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    Feeling a bit under the weather after reading in the car, or spending some time on the sea? Find out the secret behind motion sickness in humans. Motion sickness happens when the movement that you see around you does not match what the vestibular senses perceive. Your brain takes in information about where you are (through your eyes) and how you are moving (through your inner ear). Your brain gets updates from both and integrates them. Having a mismatch of information, your brain fails to update which leads to confusion, then after nausea. The nausea, disorientation and fatigue that can be induced by head motion. The first sign is usually pallor (a pale appearance). Yawning, restlessness and a cold sweat forming on the upper lip or forehead…

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    HYPNOTHERAPY CASE STUDIES ADDRESSING MOTION SICKNESS When the average person thinks about motion sickness, images of riding on a roller coaster or other thrill-seeking ride comes to mind. However, individuals from all walks of life experience this type of travel sickness whenever partaking in any mode of transportation fast or slow. Is this all in the mind and can it be overcome? This article will explore case studies where hypnotherapy was used to overcome bouts of travel related sicknesses. …

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    Encephalitis has many other side effects that range from minor headaches all the way to seizures. Unfortunately for Chris, he acquired the worst reaction and came out of the sickness with severe…

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    Kyle Baker Research Paper

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    Short Life, Lasting Impact “Some kids wish to be a cowboy, to be a princess, to be a chef, or a farmer, while other kids wish for a cure so they can grow up (Joe Wasser)”. Kyle Baker was one of the kids with the wish for a cure to demolish the sickness that ended up taking his life. Just a boy from Searcy, Arkansas who had to take on the world to overcome low survival rates of Pleomorphic Sarcoma, the monster that hid below where anyone could see. It was finalized that CIC-DUX4 Positive Round…

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    Hospital Room 206

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    full life and grow to a ripe old age, this was not the case. The impenetrable fortress, my superhero, my uncle would be brought to his knees by a mere sickness. This sickness came like a thief in the night, no one was prepared for it, and I feel that is what made it all the more devastating. On March 29, 2011 I received a phone call, one phone call was all it took to flip my entire world upside down. Within a mere hour I found myself rushing to the hospital with my parents; Never in my life had…

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    which is causing her to fumble some really important pieces of her own life. The environment says to LaVaughn about how much she is going to help Jolly. LaVaughn is the glue that Jolly needs in her house because she has been using items that rot away and leave but LaVaughn is the proper glue that Jolly needs to keep her life in check. The environment is shaping the way the each of the characters act because of this some of LaVaughn’s friends are worried about how it will shape LaVaughn. ““Those…

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    Plaintiff Case Study

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    PLAINTIFFS' MOTION TO COMPEL PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS Plaintiff DARLA WILLIAMS moves for an order compelling Defendant SARAH MINER to produce documents withheld on the grounds of privilege under the work-product doctrine. Plaintiffs request that Defendant be ordered to produce said documents by close of business on March 17, 2017. I. ARGUMENT A. THERE’S A SUBSTANTIAL NEED FOR STATEMENTS MADE TO THE DEFENDANT’S INSURANCE ADJUSTERS. Federal Rule 26(b)(3) provides that: “ordinarily, a party may not…

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    Thalidomide was first sold in 1957,as a tranquilizer, in Western Germany (“Thalidomide”). From the very beginning, Thalidomide was popular with the public. Doctors claimed that Thalidomide was” completely safe””even during pregnancy” ,and said that they “could not find a dose high enough to kill a rat” (“Helix Magazine”). Thalidomide was also labeled as a sleeping pill, and as they were quite popular in the sixties it sold at an alarming rate as they made people peaceable and drowsy. The…

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    Identification and Evaluation of Sources In source one, this document from a Medicine Journal about the drug, Thalidomide which was developed by a German pharmaceutical company called Grünenthal in Stolberg. This company wanted to create a drug. They started clinical trials for treating respiratory infections in 1956. Researchers at Grünenthal then discovered that thalidomide could help with morning sickness found in pregnant women The drug was then advertised to help with morning sickness in…

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    In the mid 1900s, sleepless worriers full of post-war anxiety needed an easy way to fall asleep. In rushed the drug market, who could could easily target this anxiety-ridden population, where one out of seven American adults took sleeping pills every night (Fintel, 2009). Thalidomide seemed like an easy, unassuming miracle pill. It was so safe, in fact, that the company targeted pregnant women, saying that there were no effects on the child or the mother. This worldwide drug was sold to numerous…

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