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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 floor. After many years of running the…

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    My legs were shaking, as I took deep breaths and I clenched my fist and sweat slowly dripped down my face. It was morning practice and the sun was starting to creep over the horizon. The quarterback yelled “hike”, as I snapped back into reality. I began running in the direction of the players in maroon jerseys, looking for one of them to block. I quickly turned, and within seconds I found myself on the ground with no explanation on how I got there. A coach quickly yelled “get up”, I…

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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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    During this essay I will discuss five specific areas of multicultural health that pertains to my culture. In the first area of discussion I will describe my cultural background within myself, family, and community. Second, area of discussion will pertain to the impact the culture had on health. Third, area we will exchange my own personal experiences with culture and health. Fourth, area we will describe aspects of my own culture that influenced my current health and status. The fifth and…

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    I was not prepared for the day I was told that my daughter had cancer. I froze as the words came out of her doctors ' mouth. I went numb and suddenly felt as if I were beside myself. At first, I did not believe the doctor and assumed he was mistakenly reading the papers of another patient. I wanted to pretend like the doctor had not mentioned anything at all. But, after a few minutes of letting the news sink in, I knew that I was going to have to suck it up and get through it, whatever the end…

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    Specialists can seek after numerous vocation ways, including private practice, college doctor 's facility work, or an occupation with a wellbeing support association. The main lets the doctor work for himself. The second offers him the chance to separation his work between treatment, exploration and direction, in shifting extents. The third means he work for a huge company, which furnishes him with patients and handles the greater part of the authoritative and business assignments that doctors…

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    across as insulting, the comedic values are still present and can be enjoyed by many. As many melodramas, the main focus of this play exists within the act of the play, act IV. The first french scene begins when the act starts and ends as Charlie walks into the room. This scene is labeled as “Doctor’s Hideout.” This scene involves the characters Carita and Doctor as they give background information to audience through dialogue. The objectives of each character is subtle in this french scene. In…

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    Chinese woman who marries a wealthy man and becomes one of his concubines. The film depicts the struggles the concubines, or mistress, face in competing for attention and affection from their master. The film also portrays the conflicts between the mistresses and their maids, and the strict rules that they must follow. Raise the Red Lantern is a somber film that illustrates the roles that women play and the conflicts they face living in a polygamous household in China. The film is told from the…

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    Also, I feel really dizzy and I keep seeing these black dots show up” “It’s probably just the blood rushing towards your wrist” she said. Then she asked me to do a few hand motions and say if it hurts. Each test I took hurt more than the last one. After that she said I would highly recommend going to see a doctor to get an x-ray. After that coach came up to me and said “Will you be able to play the rest of the game?”. “I don’t think I can coach.” I said. Then he passed me a ball and said “here…

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    It was a fourth down, and I was covering a punt when my knee hyper extended backwards and buckled inwards. The movements were accompanied by a loud “pop,” and it would clug like a car shifting. I fell onto the ground and my knee had a slight burn to it, it was like hot water filling inside my knee. After an evaluation from the trainers it was clear that I had torn both my Anterior Cruitiate Ligament and my medial collateral ligament. It left my knee as unstable as two pencils stacked on top of…

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