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  • Essay On Otitis Media

    Otitis media (OM) is any inflammation of the middle ear and is very common in children. Acute otitis media is the rapid onset of OM with one of more of the following symptoms: otalgia, otorrhea, headache, fever, irritability, loss of appetite, vomiting, and diarrhea (Waseem, 2015). Otitis media with effusion normally occurs after an episode of acute otitis media. Patients may complain of hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, and otalgia. Chronic suppurative otitis media is a persistant infection that results in the tearing or perforation of the eardrum (Waseem, 2015). Adhesive otitis media occurs when the ear drum is sucked into the middle ears space and gets stuck. Being able to diagnosis the different subtypes of otitis media is essential…

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  • Amelia's Assessment: A Case Study

    should be learning how to continue conversations, use more language in play and begin to develop narratives as they approach 36 months (Owens, Metz, & Haas, 2007, p. 99). 3. We don’t know why Amelia’s not talking but there are a few concerns as far as her spoken language abilities. Amelia (a) may not be talking due to several factors such as, heritability, premature birth, low birth weight and persistent otitis media (Olswang, Rodriquez, & Timler, 1998). Genes do have an impact on communication…

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  • Explain How To Prevent Middle Ear Infection

    children than adults making the bacteria easier to get to the middle ear. Other causes of getting a middle ear infection is exposure to secondhand smoking, bottle feeding, daycare centers or if your child has a cold or some respiratory infection it can spread to the middle ear. If you want to prevent it you cannot smoke around your child, they would like you to breastfeed your baby for at least six months if not you can bottle feed just make sure you do not lay them flat on their backs. You can…

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  • Student Intervention Strategies

    development thus negatively affecting language acquisition. According to Abkarian (1992), deficits in reading, reduced attention, and speed of central processing was identified and 24% of binge drinker’s offspring were attending special remedial school programs. Prenatal alcohol exposure can increase the likelihood of a child to develop abnormally and may affect cognitive and language ability. The recurring middle ear infections the student had when he was younger may also be a reason for his…

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  • Parental Substance Abuse Case Study

    smoke when Susie was a baby however he quit when she was 4 (line 19 & 20). Alice also lives with her Mother Beatrice, and baby brother Jack, 10 months (line 22). Alice’s parents are also separated, they split when Alice was two (line 23&24). Beatrice describes herself as dependent on alcohol (line 32) despite several attempts to give up (line 36). Karen’s prolonged smoking habit has resulted in health problems for her daughter Susie, it has affected both her health, communication skills, and…

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  • Technology's Influence On Myopia

    uses technology to give people their food ASAP, so they do not have to wait. Fast food, with the help of technology, has made it possible for people to grab food to go at any point and time, without having to wait a few minutes. It has affected the ability for parents to be able to effectively teach and communicate with their children. Technology captivates the hearts and minds of youth; completely captivating their attention and distracting them from the important moments of life. And…

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  • Violent Media Is Good For Kids By Gerard Jones

    Gerard Jones is an American author and a comic book writer about media. Jones argued in his essay “Violent Media Is Good for Kids” to discuss several good reasons that violent media is beneficial to kids. In Jones’s essay, he talked about many good reasons that led me to be certain of his reasons why violent media are helpful to kids. Jones believes violent media assistances children to be more courageous to face their obstacles. Jones gave a very good example of his son, who was not able to…

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  • The Influence Of Social Media By Amy Jo Martin

    Amy Jo Martin made an interesting comment about social media. “Social media is changing the way we communicate and the way we are perceived, both positively and negatively. Every time you post a photo, or update your status, you are contributing to your own digital footprint and personal brand.” (Martin, Web) This is the age of technology and social media. People all over the world can connect and help each other via social media. There are two different views as to how social media affects us.…

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  • Comparison Of Social Media And Exploring Digital Communication

    quote is the original text from the school essay of a 13-year-old UK girl written in a social media style from Caroline Tagg’s Exploring Digital Communication,…

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  • Social Society: The Negative Influence Of Social Media

    helps us in maintaining our daily lives. But these technology start to maintain our social life where social media plays their part. Social media allows people to connect themselves with others from around the world. People don’t have to worry about distance or time since social media only requires small amount of time to communicate with other in different places. Especially with smartphones, people have more flexibility to communicate where they are able to communicate anywhere and anytime…

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