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    Nondestructive Testing

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    Nondestructive testing (NDT) is actually a very broad field of multiple disciplines that is used to test, evaluate and inspect materials and various components for suspected damage or defects like discontinuities or differences that may affect the performance or safety or the specified material. It is very important for testing materials that would take time to take apart for checking and would prove to be a costly endeavor. It is NDT testing that allow engineers to see if bridges need repairing or if a plane is in the condition to fly. Without NDT it would be hard to know the flaws that are inside the plane without taking it apart, and in the airline business time is of essence. It is also used to test reactors, trains, pipelines and other…

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    Animals or Humans? Animal Testing, animal experimentation, and animal research are all considered the same thing. It refers to the experimentation carried out on animals whether it is conducted in universities, medical schools, pharmaceutical companies or farms. It is used to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of medication and household products to cosmetics and pesticides, as well as find out exactly how the human body moves and functions. Millions of innocent animals are investigated or…

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    These animals are subjected to the very hazardous defects they seek to prevent. With alternative scientific methods already in place, the abolishment of cosmetic animal testing has already been instituted in Europe. The seventh amendment to the European Union Cosmetics Directive prohibited putting animal-tested cosmetics on the market in after 2013 (Fentem, Chamberlain, & Sangster, 2004). Although government inspections are required at some types of animal facilities, the regulatory bodies are…

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    Animal Testing Controversy

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    very different perspective about using animals for experimental research. They assert that there are astonishing similarities between the physiological systems of humans and different species of animals. For example, they point to the fact that much of what we know about the immune system has come from studies with mice, and much of what we know about the cardiovascular system has come from studies with dogs. Without animal research doctors would be at a great disadvantage, possibly even in the…

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    While animal testing remains an ethical debate today, there are ways individuals can help settle the ongoing issue at hand. It shouldn’t be necessary for animals to be killed in the range of thousands every year. What many people do not know is that many animals are now locked up in cages. They are tested and are given harsh treatments. They experience loneliness, stress and discomfort. We do not need to put animals through the unnecessary and painfully cruel reality that takes place during the…

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    computers become faster, science is able to reach to an even further understanding in research. While this is true Doke and Dhawale state in Alternatives to Animal Testing: A Review “Every year, millions of experimental animals are used all over the world” (224). The use of animals for research and lab experiments is not only an outdated method that harms animals, but is also unreliable and unneeded. Using animals for research and experimentation, while a lucrative business for many, has proven…

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    Persuasive Animal Testing

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    Imagine a human-being living in a cramped and dirty cell, filled to the brim with other people where there is barely enough room to be able to move. The only sound that this person hears is the scraping of metal and the screams of agony coming from outside the cell. This person awaits their fate of being the next to be taken out of their cell and be strapped down to a table to be infused with various chemicals or to be cut open while still conscious. This is not a scene from a horror movie, but…

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    is to alter reality in order to protect you against anxiety. This in fact is completely true since you aim to suppress your anxiety with anything that’ll alter your state for example, all the defense mechanisms, drugs, alcohol, etc. With Reading 35 dealing with psychological assessments within psychopathology Rorschach developed a form interpretation test, also known as the inkblot test. This in fact was one of the earliest versions of a type of psychological assessment tool known as a…

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    The importance of psychological treatment and art/music therapy to patients with Cancer. Art is defined as “The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.” Art therapy consists of treatments that encourage free expression and catharsis using methods such as art and music analysis, painting, sculpting, and composing, among many…

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    affecting 1 in every 10,000 individuals (Halpin, 2011). Genetic predictive testing is a good option for at-risk individuals to know if they will develop the disease. Therefore in this paper, I will discuss HD genetic testing advancements, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of the test. HD is an inherited neurological disorder that results in involuntary movements as well as cognitive and psychiatric disturbances (Warby et al., 2014). Sadly, HD’s symptoms generally emerge around the…

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