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    Cupping Techniques

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    History of Cupping and Its Techniques The history of cupping dates back as far as 5000 years. The earliest mentioned of this technique was found within the Ebers Papyrus from Egypt estimated date to be 1550 B.C.E (Priso, 200). Cupping has also been mentioned by Hippocrates in Greece around 400 B.C. The prophet Mohammad also refers to this modality in the Quran approximately 1400 years ago (Priso 18). China has cupping techniques mentioned as far back as 3000 years ago within their medical treatises (Priso 18). A variety of materials used were glass, bamboo, or earthenware (H. Cao, X. Li, J. Liu 1). The issues that cupping can be treated for are pain, hypertension, stroke rehabilitation, hypertension, herpes zoster, muscle fatigue, fevers, and many other ailments. Techniques There are many different techniques with cupping. They are dry cupping, moving cupping, the combining of cupping and acupuncture, cupping and moxibustion, cupping and Gua Sha, cupping and Tui Na, and wet cupping. These various techniques are determined by the complaint of the client and the practitioner. There are also some of these techniques that are no…

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    Prescribed Fire, needed or unneeded? Prescribed fire, the burning of dead or non-living trees, an important subject to people, however, it makes them wonder the perks and downsides of it, but the claim states, should prescribe fire be used, or not needed? Prescribed fire can be important to many people, as a result it can reduce chances of future fires. Prescribed fire can be excellent, for example, it can stop wildfires before they happen. They burn the dead trees which means they can’t catch…

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    all visible mysteries-Fire,” said by Leigh Hunt brings us to think how amazing and destructive something so beautiful can be. Fire is considered one of the four basic elements and the fact is that nothing is basic about fires. The chemical process that occurs is what we see when the fire dances in front of our eyes. In the safety field there is an increased need for fire knowledge so that we can prevention and train employees on them. There are many components to consider especially when you…

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    of acres are lost in forest fires every year. There are so many horrible effects from fires and most of them affect so many people. Studies have shown that out of all of the different methods to decrease fire damage, prescribed burns are the most effective. Prevention is the key to society these days and is definitely an important factor in saving lives. Reduction of fuels, prevention of vegetative communities, and improvement of wildlife habitat are happening because of controlled burns.…

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    Dangers Of Firefighting

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    dangers of firefighting do not end when the fire is put out, during the final steps of a call, firefighters are exposed to long term health dangers during a period called overhaul. Overhaul is a safety procedure performed by firefighters after the initial fire is put out, in order to look for hot embers in walls, ceilings, and other areas. The goal of the overhaul is to eliminate the possibility of a respark, starting the fire again. The danger of overhaul come in the form of harmful chemicals…

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    Once the oil was poured in, flames and sparks danced in the night sky, like a vortex of fire. I could hear wind whistling, the leaves rustling, flames flickering everywhere, and then, to myself, quietly humming a bittersweet rhythm. I’d always asked myself this question, if I was one of the elements of air, ground, fire, or water, which one will suit me the most. Everyone would tell me that my personality was like fire, burning and hot-headed, and I had to say, I agree. I’m not afraid of fire. I…

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    Flashover

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    Fire has been used by humans for at most 1.5 million years, but now everyone either uses or experiences fire in some way. Wood needs a base temperature of 356 ℉ to ignite, but normally there's more to it than that. Most wood has water inside it and fire cannot burn with water, so a fire will heat the wood to a temperature of 212℉, so that the water inside the wood boils and escapes as steam (Synonym ). As wood dries, at 572℉ it begins to release combustible gases that ignite when they…

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    They save hearts, memories, and dreams.” This quote means that their is more to being a firefighter than most people would think. In December of 2010 my house caught on fire, my family made it out safely and today we have rebuild in the same house just bigger and better. I have done a lot of research and have heard a lot about many kinds of fires that my dad has told me about when he was a fire fighter. We are very lucky to have fire fighters in our society to keep us safe and put any kind of…

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    Candle Flame Lab

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    In this lab, we tested different experiments on a candle flame in order to better understand properties, combustion, and states of matter. We recorded many observations that could help us reach a conclusion using what we saw happen. When we observed the regular candle flame, we concluded that the heat of the flame vaporizes the liquid wax. Then, we blew this candle out and took a different lit candle into the smoke trail from the burnt out candle. The wax vapor in the smoke is combustible,…

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    she sees. Fire has been used for years for many purposes, to burn trash, to rid of unwanted trees and brush, to clear land, or just for the average bonfire and s’mores. Most people done see the dangers in it or how incredibly powerful it can actually be. They see only the beauty. Fires are more harmful then helpful and they shouldn’t be used as a tool even when controlled because fires harm a lot of people each year, controlled…

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