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  • Are Athletes Born Or Made

    Who is the Real Winner? The question of whether athletes are born or made has become the leading topic of athletic debate in the recent decade. Were esteemed athletes such as Michael Phelps, Usain Bolt, Lionel Messi, and Rory McIlroy born with gifted talent, or were they made elite athletes through hard work and the right nurturing?. Through the development of the human genome and the increasing research into genetics, many scientists and athletes have wondered if nature or nurture has more of…

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  • Abuse Of Peds In Sports

    Worth the Risk? Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs) are substances used to improve any form of performance in humans and boost self-confidence. Athletes and bodybuilders take PEDs. Military personnel use them to enhance combat performance. PEDs came along in the beginning of the Olympics Games (776-393 BC) because athletes were concentrated on winning. Many athletes wanted the edge over their rivals and wanted to make sure their performance was going to be the best it could be. A growing…

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  • Zombification Informative Speech

    “So you think, so you become.” When ignorance, and poverty struck a whole nation, and the elite makes a call to god… “Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” ― Martin Luther King Jr. Many have witnessed or heard about act of terrors in Haiti on the name of “Zombification,” causing by a group of undercover criminals. It is by itself a broad topic full of stupidity, but this idea is important to introduce what I want to tackle today.…

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  • Short Term Ambition

    implementing the overall policies, procedures, and services of the cardiac catheterization lab. A cardiac cath lab director ensures efficient and effective lab operations, including quality control and compliance adherence. The director must be familiar with a variety of the field 's concepts, practices, and procedures and relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Leads and directs the work of others ("Cardiac Catheter Director Roles," 2016, p. 5). To obtain…

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  • The Role Of Bones In The Human Skeletal System

    From the time of birth to adulthood, the amount of bones in the human body decreases as they are amalgamated together to construct larger and sturdier bones. Adults have two hundred and six bones in the body; On the other hand, babies are born with approximately three hundred bones. The axial skeleton consists of eighty bones, which are part of the skull, hyoid bone, vertebral column and thoracic cage. Additionally, the appendicular skeleton consists of one hundred and twenty six bones that are…

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  • Muscular System Research Paper

    Visceral, Cardiac and Skeletal Muscle. • Visceral Muscle: Visceral muscles are found in the stomach, intestines and blood vessels. Visceral muscles make your organs contract and move substances through the organ. Visceral muscles are an involuntary muscle. It is also known as “smooth muscle” because of its appearance when it is viewed under a microscope. • Cardiac Muscle: Cardiac muscle can only be found in your heart. It is responsible for pumping blood throughout your body. Cardiac muscle is…

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  • Compare And Contrast Muscle And Skeletal Muscle

    skeletal muscle and cardiac muscle tissue Common things between the structures of cardiac muscle and skeletal muscle The skeletal tissue and cardiac muscle tissue both are part of muscle tissue. The cells in cardiac muscle and skeletal muscle are made up of fibres. The fibres in both of these muscles are striated. The fibres in both of these tissue have a similar kind of shape and appearance. Differences between the structures of cardiac muscle and skeletal muscle The cardiac muscle contains…

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  • Papillary Dermis Research Paper

    1.3.2 Papillary dermis The papillary dermis is the smaller of the two layers in the dermis, and is located between the epidermis and the reticular dermis. The papillary dermis is approximately 300-400 µm deep, depending on the age and anatomical location.22 The upper outermost layer of the papillary dermis is arranged into protruding structures called the dermal papillae. The dermal papillae contains microvascular and neural components to support the epidermis. The dermal papillae increase the…

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  • Mylan Pharmaceuticals: A Case Study

    Mylan Pharmaceuticals has been in the spotlight lately, but not exactly in a positive way. The media and consumers have made it known that they don’t appreciate excessive price hikes in one of the many drugs Mylan produces. The EpiPen is designed for patients who have a severe allergic reaction to some substance or extreme cases of asthma attacks. Unfortunately for those that need the drug, prices have increased from $57 in 2007 to about $616 for a two-pack today—an increase of 1,080%. Just…

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  • Intrinsic Heart Experiment

    Intrinsic Cardiac Activity: The first peak of the electrocardiogram graph corresponded to the atrial contraction of the heart. The second peak of the electrocardiogram graph corresponded to the ventricular contraction of the heart. The third peak observed corresponded to the relaxation of the heart. Frank-Starling Mechanism: There was no significant trend observed in ventricular contractile force in response to increasing imposed length of the heart (Fig 1a). A maximum ventricular contractile…

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