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  • How Concussions Affect The Human Body

    My topic is how concussions affect the body mentally and physically. This will look at the aspects of concussions that affect people and how different severity of concussions affect people. The main issue with concussions is they can go unnoticed to receive the “treatment” for it. The treatment for concussions is bed rest with no lights, electronics, and no loud noises. There is a debate about weather there should be a drug to help with the symptoms of concussions, or there should not be a drug to help just the use of bed rest. The drug would be used to relive the symptoms of concussions even though they would not be allowed to compete until they can pass their concussion test the would be allowed to live their lives. The two sides of the argument…

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  • Analysis Of The Human Body In Alice Walker's 'Meridian'

    When asked for his definition of the human body is, Eduardo Galeano said, “The Church says: the body is a sin. Science says: the body is a machine. Advertising says: The body is a business. The Body says: I am a fiesta.” This quote ties into the depiction of the female body in Alice Walker’s novel Meridian. Walker paints the human body as a vital element in the Civil Rights Movement during the 1960s in her novel Meridian. The novel’s protagonist, Meridian, struggles with internal and external…

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  • Stress And Psychology And Physical Effects On The Human Body

    “Stress” Stresses are psychology and physical effect on the human body. In physics, stress is defined as a pressure or force exerted on a body. smashing car to another is the best example of physical stress. As in psychology, stress is a reaction to a stimulus that disturbs our physical and mental equilibrium. In another word, stress is the disturbance of physical and psychological to perform the job. Psychologists define stress as the demand made on an organism to adapt, cope, or adjust. Some…

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  • The Importance Of Food On The Human Body

    of energy for humans is food. We as a species intake food, have our bodies process it, then dispose of it later. Our bodies suck the nutrients out of what we eat in order to survive. Our bodies do not register what we are eating, our mind does. Since our brain is in charge of how we perceive the taste of food, we tend to eat a variety of food and have preferences to some foods over another. When in reality our bodies could survive off the same food, eaten over and over. Theoretically there could…

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  • Michelangelo's Proportion Of The Human Body

    Cherry 3inside of the human body had to do so almost in secret” (Shaikh and Leonard-Amodeo). Michelangelo viewed and studied dead bodies, going against the established social norms of the time in order to gain knowledge about the human form. Michelangelo’s desire for knowledge surpassed his desire to conform, and this is a perfect example of what the Renaissance truly stood for. Due to Michelangelo’s unprecedented access to the actual dissection of human anatomy, he became enthralled with…

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  • Myofibrils Of The Human Body

    Studying the human body is an intimate academic exercise – my fingers move in response to messages sent through my nervous system and words appear on the page. Either side of the divide - the neuromuscular junction In order for motor neurons to communicate with the skeletal muscle fibres of my fingers, a synapse is formed between them, known as a neuromuscular junction. The neural and muscular sides of the NMJ have different roles to play. The motor neuron’s axon terminal, along which nerve…

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  • Human Body Autonomy Theory

    There is a theory called own body autonomy which explains how a person always has control over who or what can uses their body, for any reason. It can be said it's a human right. Its the reason why you can't be forced to donate blood, tissue, or organs no matter if it means to save lives. It's why someone can't touch you, have sex with you, or use your body in any way without your permission. A fetus is using someone's body parts. Therefore the theory body autonomy, it's there by permission, not…

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  • The Importance Of Dignity Of The Human Body

    human body. Regarding dignity “all of the dignities” (toutes dignités) was guaranteed to be equally and publicly accessible in Article 6 of the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen of 1789” (Wallach, 2014). This means that the definition of dignity by the church or society in general could now be ascribed to the common man. In just a short time after the French declaration was passed, Judicial torture was abolished in France. The Growing Awareness of Dignity of Human Beings…

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  • Human Psychology: Reflection: Hormones And The Body

    S01876886 UI317-01 Assignment #3: Reflections 1. Hormones and the brain are powerful influences on human sexual functioning. Perhaps two of the most important portions of the brain in terms of sexual functioning are the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland, which make up the HPG axis. The HPG axis consists of the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and the gonads – gonads being the testes in males and the ovaries in females. Together, the HPG axis regulates sex hormone production in a negative…

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  • Machine And Human Body

    individual, while the body changes with time, for example growth from infancy into adulthood (Descartes, n.d.). There are notable similarities between the body and a machine. The human body can be seen as analogous to a machine. However, the functions of the machine and human body are distinct. In the human body, each part contributes to the management and organization of the whole without external control. In contrast, the lived body challenges the Cartesian body view, taking into consideration…

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