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    order (Jin 500). He was not released and began to become ill due to his heart disease and hepatitis, in which he didn’t have medicine for. The lawyer for Mr. Chiu was also tortured and wrongfully accused of not having manners. After being released Mr. Chiu went to restaurants all around the police station, and drank soup out of the bowls. “Within a month over eight hundred people contracted acute hepatitis in Muji. Six died of the disease, including two children. Nobody knew how the epidemic had…

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    Other than physical treatments, there are also alternatives including mind-body therapies. This may sound unique, but is indeed a very efficient way to forget about the suffering and pain that comes with HIV. Meditation, visualization & affirmations, humor, and inspirational audiotapes are a few ways that this therapy can be used. They use the mind to help reduce stress and may help side effects if one takes prescription drugs. As the UCLA Newsroom states, mindful meditation opens a “receptive…

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    Alian Boudrias Case

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    opportunities, counseling and meetings. “That was my goal, getting into the treatment program and get the help that I need,” Boudrias said. Boudrias added he is not only suffering from drug and alcohol addiction issues but has also gotten fully tested for hepatitis C, but has yet to receive medication for the month of February. “I’ve got three beautiful children that are crying for their dad. Their father has an addiction problem and I’m trying to do my best to be there for them,” said…

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    On January 30, 1933 the Holocaust began, Jews were taken into concentration camps not only to work, but to be puppets where doctors performed numerous experiments. They carried out a series of experiments in the camps from becoming infertile, testing war-injuries, and testing medicines. Most experiments were performed without anesthesia, bringing people to be wishing death because the pain was unbearable. Doctors gained a lot of knowledge from these experiments but they were done in a inhumane…

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    second son of Richard Head Welles. Richard Welles was a successful inventor. George’s mother Beatrice Ives was a concert pianist. George saw many obstacles in his life, especially early. His mother past away right before his ninth birthday due to hepatitis. When his father’s business began to fail, he turned to alcohol. Richard Welles died when George was only thirteen years old. George was fortunate to have found appreciation from a family doctor by the name of Dr. Maurice Bernstein, who took…

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    Five Food Innovations

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    There are many food technologies that are used to make foods a lot safer. Five food innovations used to make food safer are canning, freezing, drying, pasteurization, and irradiation. There are many methods, but these are five of some of the most common and known methods. Canning is a simple process where you preserve food by heating or cooking foods at a high temperature in a sealed and/or can or jar destroying any organisms that would cause them to spoil. Canning can also reduce the…

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    HLTIN301C Assignment Q5a+b need answering 1. List and give a brief description of the four main groups of microorganisms. • Bacteria – A single celled organism that thrives in diverse environments. There are 5 groups that bacteria can be divided into (according to shape): bacilli, cocci, filamentous, spirilla and vibrio. Some are beneficially good for the body and others can be parasitic and produce toxins that can cause disease or death. • Fungi – A single celled or multicellular organism…

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    Aplastic anemia is a disease that originates from the bone marrow. Thousands of people worldwide are diagnosed with this disease each year. What is Aplastic anemia? To answer this, we must first establish a commonality in language: namely, what causes this disease? Aplastic anemia is a life threatening condition that causes a deficiency of all types of blood cells in the body by a failure of the bone marrow development. The symptoms of this disorder is very similar to a type of cancer known as…

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    of the nervous system. It occurs when a person’s immune system is not working correctly and attacks the peripheral nervou system. The exact cause unknown, usually occurs after a person has been sick with a virus, such as Zika, the influenza, or Hepatitis. While GBS can affect anyone, males and young adults are at the greatest risk. Symptoms of Guillain-Barré Syndrome vary from person to person, but often, it starts off with tingling in areas of the legs or weakness. This then leads to weakness…

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    until they saw that thousands of homosexual men and haitians were killed by AIDs and children, women and everyone else were already affected of HIV. While the AIDs was spreading around Don Francis came with the idea that AIDs was a combination of hepatitis B and feline leukemia. By these ideas, epidemiologist formed a plan to prove their theory about…

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