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    that’s not the main transformation this paper will be focusing on. The transformation I see the most would be between the Nintendo 64 to the PlayStation 4 consoles. The Nintendo 64 was a stepping stone for modern day gaming such as the PlayStation 4. The Nintendo 64 controller was very unique at the time. The controller itself was shaped like an M with the middle part of the M being longer than the other two parts. The controller had a 4 foot wire attached to it along with a memory card holder on the controller in case people wanted to make their games saves there. Underneath the controller was the z button with was hidden so during shooting games the other players couldn’t see when someone was going to shoot them. Along with a directional pad the controller included something known as the C buttons. These buttons are 4 individual buttons that have the 4 directions (up, down, left, right) and are yellow. These…

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    Edwardsville Case Study

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    “It will be funded one way or another, but anytime we have support from the community it’s going to help us achieve other projects,” Grable said. The park, which will be named after longtime resident and alderman Leon Corlew, will feature a wet play area – called a splash pad – and a dry playground. “Our splash pad is the main feature of that park, even though it will only be open during the warm months,” Grable said. “It’s something that’s unique to our community.” The splash pad will feature…

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    Segment of Rushmore In Wes Anderson’s Rushmore (1998), one particular segment that really captured the tone of the film was the one of Mr. Blume drinking whiskey, smoking a cigarette, and getting ready to dive into the swimming pool. This particular series of shots has a visually pleasing color scheme and various different cinematic shots. The segment incorporates Anderson’s famous object-in-the-center frame style, which also adds to the tone of the film as well as to Anderson’s style as a…

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    The Bill Johnstone Memorial Park, a small activity filled park located near the heart of Sackville on Main Street next to apartment buildings and down the street from Sackville’s favorite dining places. A park that offers a place for the town’s residents to take their pets for walks, hang out in the gazebo or picnic tables, play sports, indulge in markets and events, splash in the water pad, and more, all with the comfortability of park Wi-Fi and security of cameras. With accessibility to many…

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    Community Proposal- Period Care for Homeless Women Periods are not especially enjoyable to put up when one has access to feminine hygiene products; adding the complication of homelessness brings inconvenience to a level of misery. Periods are an unpleasant reminder of the vulnerability those living on the street face. Menstruation is uncomfortable and people who do not have access to pads or tampons often have no choice but to bleed through their clothes. The issue becomes more problematic…

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    Case Study Osteomyelitis

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    1.) Susan is postmenopausal, so there is a higher risk for osteoporosis. She is also not on hormone replacement therapy. Estrogen helps preserve bone mass by inhibiting bone dissolving action of the osteoclast. However, Susan is also active and exercises regularly, so she is less likely to have osteoporosis. Other factors such as bone cancer could have led to the weakening of her bones. 2.) If Susan had bone cancer, the CT scan would reveal the presence of a tumor. The densitometry scan would…

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    My Day 1&2 diet included 33%, and Day 3, 37% of my recommended calcium intake. Milk products are most people’s primary source of calcium. As I mentioned in my answer to question 2, I avoid including dairy in my diet due to personal preference. Although having dermatological benefits, this preference makes it difficult for me to consume enough calcium. This being said, after analyzing my diet for these 3 days, I recognized some modifications that could be made to increase my calcium intake. I…

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    Sun Exposure Essay

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    The beneficial effects of sun exposure, however, are mainly related to Vitamin D production. Vitamin D enhances calcium absorption in the intestines. Consequently Vitamin D plays a big role in bone health and deficiencies cause bone problems such as rickets, osteomalacia and osteoporosis (Lucas and Ponsonby 595). Apart from bone health, research suggests that vitamin D has an important role in immunomodulation, and regulation of tumor-cell development. It has been shown that Vitamin D triggers…

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    Monitoring Daily Habits

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    to stop taking vitamin C and Iron supplements in the morning. My nutrition analysis says that I should be receiving 100-500mg of Vitamin C; I am exceeding this amount by 500mg. I should be receiving about 100-150mg of Iron and I am getting about 400 mg. As we learned in the presentations too much vitamin C can cause problems such as; dry skin, anemia, and also a potential decrease in metabolism. Vitamin C and Iron were not the only things that raised red flags for me though, they were just the…

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    as the textbook mentioned: " the body needs UV radiation for the synthesis of vitamin D, a steroid hormone that regulates calcium absorption and mineralization of the skeleton. most vitanmin D is produced in the skin" (Clark). if human being did not get enough vitamin D or sunshine, which would not benefit their growing, the bone will not mineralize properly, resulting in a condition called rickets in children. here is some information I found on the government website; " vitamin D and folate…

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