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    In the short story “The Use of Force,” by William Carlos Williams, a doctor narrates his visit to the Olson Family whose daughter, Mathilda, may be sick with diphtheria. The doctor explains that he is trying to be nice to Mathilda, but seeing that she refuses to let him examine her he asks the parents to consent to a forceful method. Eventually, he uses excessive force to get the diagnosis. Are his actions justifiable? Given that Mathilda is finally revealed to have diphtheria and the doctor’s primary intention is to help her, it can be argued that his force is necessary. On the other hand, he also admits that he enjoys what he is doing to her; this is unprofessional and unethical for the reason that his job as a doctor is to have patience…

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    only nodded in response. "Follow me towards the movie theater," uttered Dr. Stiner. He proceeded to jaunt towards the theater with Mason close behind. The way Mason paced himself only made it seem like he was having a struggle keeping up with the doctor. The walk lasted for roughly five minutes as they passed many miniature buildings. The theater is at the end of the road standing greater then the rest of the buildings. The theater was once a proud opera house with many floors below the opera…

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    my head hurts!” I complained. My mom, being the worrier she is, exclaims with fright “Did you hurt your head at recess? Honey, do you think she might have a concussion?” she asked my dad. My dad rolled his eyes at her. I then run to the bathroom to puke. With my mom freaking out, my dad looks at her and says “I think Abigail has had her first migraine.”…

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    The separation of Lia from her parents was the main cause of her serious psychological issues and further health issues. When doctors decided that Lia should not be under her parent 's care, the doctor’s anticipations depend on what people often should do in case of sickness. People usually follow the recommendations from their doctors and keep taking medication until they end up being healthy. Otherwise, people who do not feel comfortable with the treatment plan, they would simply discuss that…

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    I did not know what to expect at first, all I knew was that it was a comedy. But I could have never expected to see what I saw. I really like Toinette, she was by far my favorite character. I liked the story of her, I thought her sarcasm, eye rolls, big sighs, funny remarks made it more entertaining. There really wasn't much I did not like. The songs were catchy and witty, the singing was very impressive. The only think I didn't care for was the nephew, not that it was acted badly or anything. I…

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    Reminiscence Of Birth

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    First and foremost, the reminiscence of Lori Porte. The question was posed, “what was your experience prior to giving birth?” Due to this being her first pregnancy she was entirely thorough in replying “I was immensely frightened and nervous.” Digging deeper into events prior she then added, “I remember driving to the hospital on June 26th, the day Jaden’s due date, In Marcels 1991 red extended cab Silverado to the Regina General Hospital. Due to overwhelming nerves and excitement I do not…

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    I felt a sharp pain, suddenly stopped, and fell to the ground. I had to be carried off the field. I didn’t even get hit by anything, something just felt like it snapped. There was an ice-pack on my leg, slowly freezing it until I couldn’t feel it anymore. Right after the game finished, we went straight to the ER. There we waited, and waited, and waited. It felt like forever until we actually got to see a doctor. They examined me. Took x-rays. My temperature. My blood-pressure. Nothing was…

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    First he put a pad on my lap and torso then grabbed a saw to cut the cast off. This was the first time I saw the pins and I do not know how I did not pass out just looking at them. Today I think I would have. The doctor pulled out a huge pair of vise grips and I suddenly was scared as I knew these two foreign objects were coming out and it was not going to be pretty. He latched onto one pulled until it game out of my wrist and through my skin. The blood poured everywhere and if it was not for…

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    Greys Anatomy Effect

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    created by Shonda Rhime, the creator of Scandal. The Television Series was first aired in the year 2005 and is still being aired today (abc). Meredith Grey, Ellen Pompeo, is one of the many interns at Seattle Grace hospital and the main character in the series. Meredith quickly begins to fall in love with Derek Sheperd, Patrick Dempsey, who she eventually marries. In the beginning of the television series, a variety of cast members are introduced and all have the hopes of becoming a surgeon. As…

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    America has given a lot of gifts to me. One of the most obvious is life. If it weren’t for doctors, hospitals, and everything else I wouldn’t be here. When I was born I had a heart murmur. I had to go through lots of tests to see if my heart could work by itself. Eventually the hole closed and I was completely fine afterwards but if it weren’t for medical help it would have probably been different. About two years ago I broke my arm while playing soccer. I tore a ligament and a muscle tendon. To…

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