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    providing enough health clinics for a temporary housing area in order to support the large displaced population. They must provide basic healthcare, family planning, infant delivery specialists in case of pregnant displaced persons, treatments for malaria, diarrhea, cholera,…

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    1.1 LEVELS OF PREVENTION IN PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING This concept was taken from module 1”introduction to public Health Nursing”, sub-topic 3” philosophy, principles and concepts of public health nursing”. Public Health is defined as the science and art of preventing diseases, prolong life, promoting health and efficiencies through organized community effort. Public Health is not just concerned about the health of an individual but it involves caring for the health of an entire population which…

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    Harriet Tubman was recruited in 1861 as a volunteer for the Union Army. Throughout the Civil War, she was a valuable asset to the Union and contributed greatly to the success of the Union Army at the end of the war. During her career in the Civil War, she acted as a nurse, cook, and an army spy. She served bravely with love in her heart and eventually came to be known as a hero among the soldiers she worked with and as the Moses of her people for all the great things she accomplished in her life…

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    Many people believe that Adolf Hitler was the only cruel person during the Holocaust and didn’t care about the victims affected by it, but Dr. Josef Mengele makes this statement very untrue. He’s known for performing some extremely gruesome experiments on a large number of men, women, and even children. Mengele performed some experiments that are unspeakable and haunted some of the victims who survived them. Almost all “villains” have a reason as to why they like to see others in pain. Of course…

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    The four forces of evolution are mutation, gene flow, genetic drift, and natural selection. Mutation is when a change happens during replication of DNA. It is when the copy of the original DNA is not replicated completely correctly. There are multiple types of mutation including substitution, deletion, duplication, insertion, nonsense mutations, missense mutation, frameshift, and repeat expansion. Another force of evolution, gene flow, also called migration is exactly that.…

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    violent combat, are the tragic staples of war-zone pathology, but they are not the only dangers child soldiers face, in the more than 15 countries where children are used in conflicts, from Afghanistan to DRC, Sri Lanka and the Sudan.” “ ‘diseases like malaria, cholera and yellow fever, exposure to which results from the breakdown of social systems and increased vulnerability that occur in conflicts, especially when they are prolonged. A child that gets sick in a war zone does not get the…

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    South Sudan’s Water Story Water is a necessity for all, yet only a limited amount of people have access to water in South Sudan. Even in that limited amount of people, a fraction of them have access to potable water. Only nineteen countries in Africa are estimated to meet the Millennium Development Goals (Saliu). Oftentimes, the people of South Sudan are forced to consume contaminated water thus this water and sanitation crisis consequently resulted in 400,000 water-related deaths in Africa…

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    (WHO). The issue of sanitation and access to water is very important. Thousands of people especially in developing countries have no access to soap and water to wash their hands, which leads to the rapid increase of many diseases such as diarrhea and malaria. Because of the urgency of this matter,…

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    Are you a good person? A person of morals and values? An ethical person? Yes? If so, then: How much are you willing to give up? How much can you give up? How much will you? Regardless of your answers, what remains is that you are affluent enough to give. Philosopher provocateur Peter Singer uncomfortably highlights these questions in The Life You Can Save: How to do Your Part to End World Poverty (New York: Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2010.). Singer’s goals are "to challenge you to think…

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    Prostate Cancer Case Study

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    1. The three treatment options function synergistically to benefit the patient with prostate cancer. The ionizing radiation causes single and double stranded breaks to the neoplastic cells DNA, this halts replication and cell function until it can be repaired. Etoposide is a podophyllotoxin that inhibits topoisomerase II, the enzyme responsible for unwinding the DNA. If the DNA cannot unwind, the cell will be unable to replicate, transcribe mRNA, or repair itself. If the cell is unable to repair…

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