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    Obesity In Today's Society

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    Obesity is a sensitive subject. Obesity is something everyone sees, but in social circles, not many like to talk about. In today’s society, many people are overweight and it looks like society has come to accept heavy weight people as normal people with no particular problems. It is totally unacceptable to call anyone fat or much less obese. Most people just accept that some people are heavier or “bigger” than others. It is rare not to see overweight people and even obese people in everyday…

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    The Battle of San Juan Hill was the engagement between the United States and Spain that concluded the Spanish colonial control. The most acclaimed unit that was in Cuba at the time was the “Rough Riders”. Led by Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt and Colonel Leonard Wood. The Rough Riders were camped along the Santiago Road in Cuba during the first day of July of 1898 getting ready for battle. The Battle of San Juan Hill was a pivotal battle for both antagonist. Teddy’s “Rough Riders” was a…

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    Should Marijuana be legalized for Recreational Use? Marijuana has been on the earth for millions of years. It is also the most controversial plant in the history of mankind, as once again the question of medicinal and recreational purpose comes to light. The term marijuana refers to the entire makeup of the plant itself, including the leaves, stems, flowers, seeds and its high inducing component known as THC. According to ancient Chinese literature, its use to achieve a recreational high…

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    sounds, they couldn’t afford the time to find her. Deanna said that as soon as they were out, they could shut the place down, and get her out more safely. There was only so many people she could get out. Tracy had expressed concern with then getting gout of solitary in the first place. Deanna had just laughed at that and reminded both women that this was not her first time in that room. “It’s simple. We kill the Batman.” She joked. “Like a bunch of idiots, the people had not cleared out her…

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    Vitamin C Benefits

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    Benefits of Vitamin C Vitamins are substances that the human body needs to grow and develop normally. (1) Vitamins are efficacious in preventing and curing a variety of ailments ranging from heart conditions, high cholesterol level, eye disorders to skin disorders. Generally, vitamins boost many of the metabolic mechanisms and perform functions that other nutrients don't. Vitamins can be acquired in various ways, commonly through the foods we eat. However, depending on the cuisine and…

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    The source I have selected is a handwritten outline for a lecture on the smallpox inoculation, an injection that releases a very minor for of the disease into the patient for trained immunity. The passage focuses on preparing the body before inoculation, especially in regards to humoralism and temporal changes. As the database only provided one image of the source, the source is approximately one-page long. Although short, the source delivers a very concise description of a case study of a young…

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    There are a lot of things that affect how we develop in life, things like our mental health, how much we exercise, if we socialize a lot, every decision affects the way you turn out in the future in one way or another. Things like how much you sleep, how much you eat, how much caffeine you consume, to the way you were raised all determine who you are as a person and how healthy you are Sleep is a commensurable for everyone; we all feel its impact. Everyone sleeps; it’s an important part of life…

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    Sepsis Case Studies

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    Case Report: This is a 56-year-old white female with a history of cirrhosis secondary to alcoholism and NASH, history of portal hypertension and ascites, and hepatic encephalopathy, who was brought to the ED by her mother and daughter due to concerns about confusion. The patient is confused and unable to answer questions; therefore this information has been obtained by family members. According to the family members, the patient has been confused for 2-3 days and has had a few episodes of emesis…

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    Plants have major role in changing the life of human civilization both for health as well as quality life from ancient times. Since inception of knowledge about the usefulness, out of 258,650 species of higher plants 10% are considered to be useful for curing the diseases. (Shinwari 2010). From the human civilization different systems of treatments like Ayurveda, Unani, Naturopathy, Sidha, Homeopathy and many more have been devised ; but the source almost remain same i.e., medicinal plants for…

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    Chronic Stress

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    (Kendall-Reed & Reed, 2004, p. 45). The persistent stimulation of the alarm reaction along with the continued release of cortisol in the resistance stage can lead to metabolic syndrome or syndrome-X that is associated with abdominal obesity (belly fat), gout, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, increased insulin production, insulin resistance, and an increased risk of heart attack, blood clots, and stroke (Kendall-Reed & Reed, 2004, pp. 44-45). According to Kendall-Reed and Reed (2004),…

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