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    Flovent's Off Label Uses

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    Flovent and the Drug’s off-Label Uses Generally speaking, pharmaceutical companies develop drugs focused on specific conditions. In most cases, these drugs can be used to treat symptoms or conditions they were not originally meant for. These situations would be considered an off label use, meaning it is being used for something other than its intended use. Flovent is no exception to this. It was originally developed for use by asthma patients, but it was later discovered to be an effective treatment for several unrelated conditions. During the course of this paper I will cover the intended use of Flovent and its side effects. We will also discuss some of the off label uses that have been found for this drug. Flovent is an inhaled corticosteroid that is in powder form and comes in two different delivery methods, a DPI and MDI. A DPI, or diskus, is a device that allows the individual to inhale the drug in a dry…

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    Cultural Ritual Analysis

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    Many people use drugs just for the effects, others however, will take a drug to try and increase performance, apart of a cultural ritual, or because of those around them using. Many college students will start taking Adderall or Ritalin to try and increase performance or to stay awake long enough to finish all of their work. Many Native American tribes used drugs like alcohol and tobacco as apart of rituals. You then have people who are apart of a great ecosystem of drug user, dealer, and seller…

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    still have the right to know about it. People feel if were to ban prescription drugs that it would be the violation of our First Amendment. Our first amendment is Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press. Basically you are allowed to say what you want and nobody can saw anything about it. By banning the drugs we aren 't allowing our voice to be heard for others to be aware.…

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    Throughout many of the texts this semester, categorization of people is present throughout. Categorizing others, according to Donna Haraway, is “domination of ‘race’, ‘gender’, ‘sexuality’, and ‘class’” (Haraway 2003: 321). While for organizations sake, categories and labels seem to be very helpful, authors Donna Haraway and Philip K. Dick challenge this norm. They contest that such practices of categorization are archaic and harmful to the victims, and we need to break past these traditions. To…

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    Racial Labeling Analysis

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    Racial labeling is and has been a negative part of society as a whole that has grounds to improve on. In this story, Appiah talks about these different words that are being explained by him but also different people that have experienced these things in life and what they think about them. Something that stands out is racial label. Appiah uses it and says that “if we follow the badge of color from ‘African’ to ‘Negro’ to ‘colored race’ to ‘black’ to ‘African American’ we are thus tracing the…

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    Jerry Spinelli once said, “Don't confine yourself to a select group of friends, often known as a clique. Cliques by definition leaves people out. Lock yourself into one, and you'll never know how many terrific friendships you may be missing.” Today, most people allow themselves to be sorted into friend groups and be labeled by the media. When allowing the media and world around them do this, they can become something they are truly not. Some people don’t let anything but their actions define…

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    Error Free Methods

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    multiple cases. The specified methods and engineered standards require a selector to place a case label during the obtain of the case and requires a selector to travel in slot sequence as reflected on the assignment case label sheets. The improper methods are most likely a result of direction by management…

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    who gave negative labels and how it affects delinquency, students, and relationships that are formed because…

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    The Makeup of Labels and Their Effects on Mentality The focus of Gates’ article, Children with Gifts and Talents: Looking Beyond Traditional Labels, examines the relationship between student behaviors and labeling. (Roeper Review 2010). A case study was used to help Gates’ explain her key research question, which is addressed as follows: there is a relationship between the behavior/performance of a student and the label assigned to them. The variables in this study were student giftedness…

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    “A rumor, is a specific (or topical) proposition for belief, passed along from person to person, usually by word of mouth, without secure standards of evidence being present” (Allport, Postman, 1965, p. ix).This quote is quite notable and important when relating it with the main theory to be discussed for the purpose of this paper, which is labeling theory. How? Both a rumor and a label require no scientific proof for them to be used. To clarify, a rumor as well as a label could be based off…

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