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    of the studies determined that antibiotics resulted in a risk for increased BMI in boys but not in girls (Ajslev et al., 2011; Azad et al., 2014; Murphy, et al., 2014). In general, repeated exposures to antibiotics (Saari et al., 2015; Schwartz et al., 2016; Scott et al., 2016) or broad-spectrum antibiotics (Bailey et al., 2014), in particular macrolides (Saari et al., 2015), were found to be associated with an increase in BMI. Strengths and Limitations Most of the research reviewed controlled for potential confounders on the effect of antibiotics on BMI: mode of delivery, maternal pre-pregnancy weight, maternal…

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    wealth and unhappiness? Interestingly, it is not materialism which causes unhappiness directly, but that unhappiness and materialism are mutually reinforcing mechanisms. He notes that people who have experienced true deprivation are those who, later in life, are the most materialistic -- for example, those who went through the Great Depression often were materialistic in later life. He then goes on to describe the evidence that insecurity breeds materialism, and that pursuit of…

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    Alexander Fleming was an important scientist because he discovered antibiotics. Before this discovery Greeks and Indians used plants to treat infections. Russians used heated soil to heal infected wounds. Sumerian doctors provided beer soup mixed with turtle shells and snake skins for their patients. All the crazy ideas never compared to the discovery of antibiotics or antibacterial. Antibiotics are medicine that destroys microorganisms. They are many different types of antibiotics, some treat…

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    Situation Analysis Running for Glory (RfG) is a small running store in Seattle, WA that has been in business for 40 years. They specialize solely on the running community and have established a loyal follow over the years. They are owned and operated by four active partners. RfG has failed to keep up with technology and can only keep track of their inventory with help from suppliers. The only data collected from their point of sale (POS) system is total sales. They are looking into expanding but…

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    cure strep, most doctors would prescribe antibiotics. However, without the discovery of penicillin, strep would still be a very dangerous infection. Penicillin is an antibiotic from the mold penicillium notam, and works by indirectly breaking down a bacteria’s cell walls. The drug prevents a protein from repairing holes in the wall, and by osmosis, water rushes in and the bacteria explodes. This quickly destroys bacterial infections, which is why it is so popularly used and among one of the most…

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    Chemotherapy Chemotherapy sometimes involves the use of antibiotic drugs since it is basically defined as the use of chemicals or medication to treat diseases. However, this term is used to specifically refer to the medical processes that are geared toward the destruction of cancer cells. In some cases, the process involves using antibiotics and other medications to treat certain infections or illnesses that may arise as a result of the clinical processes toward destruction of cancer cells.…

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    It is known to be a broad spectrum antibiotic, which means it is capable of killing many different kinds of bacteria, so it is a very valuable drug. Penicillin has helped to save the lives of many people by treating infections who would have otherwise died. I could probably go on and on and continue to discuss many accidental discoveries. The ones I did talk about were the ones that I felt had the greatest impact in helping to shape the history of science. So many great discoveries that…

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    In 1812 railroad technology and steam engine technology collided changing the known world which helped form the world we know today. The Middleton Railway in Leeds, United Kingdom was the first to use a steam powered locomotive to generate revenue and has been in operaton ever since. The creation of the railroad and how it has connected the world has left it never the same again (railserve.com, n.d.). The railroad soon came to America in 1820 and began to immediately impact society. The “golden…

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    choking the pedestrians into a narrow walkway on the far edge of the street. On the other side, floor traders in matching blue jackets chain smoke cigarettes and casually discuss some matter of the day. NYPD officers in SWAT gear hold M-4 carbine assault weapons under the statue of George Washington on Federal Hall National Memorial: the site where our first president had taken his first oath of office. Washington’s right hand, with his fingers outstretched and palm facing the ground, seems to…

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    This research is being submitted Aug 2, 2015, Sallie Vance’ Surgical Pharmacology I believe in using antibiotics because they are strong medicines that are used to treat infections, including life threatening diseases. The antibiotics can help treat so many bacterial diseases such as viruses caused by colds, like the flu and most coughs and sore throats, ear aches or cancer issues. But not all antibiotics work against all infections. Antibiotics only work against infections caused…

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