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    Children are curious little people who find a way of sticking anything and everything in their mouths before their parents can even get a chance to say “NO!” This is one of the main reasons why they are always getting sick and occasionally infecting the people they are in close contact with. The well-known hand-foot-mouth disease is almost always seen in children under the age of ten because of how infectious it is. Unfortunately hand-foot mouth disease is not limited to children. My cousin, Amber has a 3 year-old daughter, Abigail who attends day care. Abigail was starting to run a little fever and shortly after the blisters showed up on her hands, feet and on her tongue. Amber was so baffled by the blisters that soon turned in too ulceration, so she immediately took Abby to her pediatrician and was diagnosed with hand-foot-mouth disease. The pediatrician expressed to Amber that this disease was very contagious, and Amber began to think about all the surfaces that Abby had touched, and consequently she had touched as well. About a week later Amber began having the symptoms, but she felt like she was in much more pain than Abby. Amber could barely walk because of the blisters on the soles of her feet, fortunately Amber did not have the same ulcerations that Abby had on her tongue. The Enterovirus genus group includes a variety of viruses, two of which are the…

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    Word of mouth is the process of transferring information from one individual to another by means of communication. Every single day word of mouth is visible: friends recommend restaurants to one another, a teacher praises a book for a student, a blogger writes about their new computer. In business, word-of-mouth (WOM) is harnessed as a marketing technique used to advertise a product by indicating customer approval (or disapproval). This is commonly completed by electronic means (also known as…

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    The foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV), more commonly known as foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), is an extremely contagious disease that affects all cloven-hooved species such as beef and dairy cattle, sheep, and swine. FMD is caused by genus Aphthovirus of the Picornaviridae family of which seven serotypes are recognized; including the three known as type O (now named the PanAsia strain), type A, type and C; types A and C both were present and responsible for the 2001 FMD epidemic in the United…

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    I push the boy down and start sucking and dragging my tongue down his next and chest until I get to his nice hard cock. I slowly take it into my mouth as she positioned herself over his face and slowly moving herself down to his mouth. I look up while his dick is in my mouth and I see him licking and sucking her little clit. After some time sucking him, I pull her closer to me and push her down in doggy position. I slowly move inch by inch until I am all the way inside of her. I start thrusting…

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    Digestion of a cheese burger? Step 1. When you chew, saliva is added. In addition to being a liquid which moistens, softens and lubricate food, saliva contains enzyme called amylase, which breaks down starch. In the mouth the Meat patty and the bread could be broken down and digested. Step 2. The oesophagus has two layers. Its interior is lined with cells that are packed very closely together creating a smooth surface. The circular muscle around the outside of the oesophagus is also…

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    I asked softly “Yes,” he pulled me closer to him and kissed the nape of my neck. I put my hand on his chest and gently pushed away from him looking intently into his eyes. I spoke again “I love you.” The words flowed from my mouth so effortlessly that it even took me by surprise to hear them. As he looked down at me his eyes twinkled and danced in the candlelight I waited there as he seemed to deliberate I began to feel antsy and a bit panicked. Then before I could have a mental freak-out, he…

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    Vallecula Sinus Essay

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    swallow study completed 11/15/2017. O Applesauce: Mild residue in the vallecula sinus. Compensatory strategies: Alternating with thin liquids to clear the residue, although it was helpful, he aspirated the thin liquids. Pudding: Moderate residue in the vallecula sinus. There is also mild to moderate residue in the pharyngeal vestibule between the vallecula sinus and piriform sinus secondary to decrease pharyngeal constriction. Residue in his throat created him to "gag and hack up" the…

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    Alveolar Ridge Resorption

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    Alveolar Ridge Resorption: Alveolar bone resorption is a normal physiologic response following teeth extraction. The causes of alveolar bone volume loss can occur before dental extraction due to periodontal disease, periapical pathology and trauma to the teeth and bone. (SchroppL et al.2003) (1, 2). Additionally, the traumatic removal of teeth can cause bone loss and must be prevented (1,3). Finally, the alveolar bone suffers atrophy after tooth extraction, which has been well documented (1, 4,…

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    Sabo held onto your hips as he felt those sweet kisses, moaning and gasping softly with each touch to the point where his whole body felt relief. He was half aware of what his tail was doing until he heard his name gasped from your lips, causing his eyes to flutter open and him to realize his tail was getting wet, "Breathe... mmngh, just slowly breathe..." He moved your hands to lightly grip his cock, giving a few encouraging thrusts to get things started, "I-I need you to touch this too...…

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    Oscar in a school setting. Oscar is in a severe ID class. When the clinical team arrived Oscar was in the sensory room with two aides and three other classmates. Oscar walked around the sensory room and played with a sensory toy, in which he turned or rolled. Oscar was observed mouthing large foam blocks. Oscar also mouth strings of metal beads. Each time Oscar mouth something, an aide would block and redirect him. The aides added that Oscar use to mouth wood chips outside on playground and on…

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