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    How Amanda Leto’s Fibroids Miracle can treat fibroids in two months holistically Have you been diagnosed with fibroids recently or are you a chronic sufferer who is frustrated because you can’t seem to get rid of the fibroids completely? Amanda Leto’s Fibroids Miracle system is a three-step holistic approach that promises to permanently get rid of fibroids and not only that, but also prevent their re-occurrence. And that is regardless of your age or type and size of fibroids. The Fibroids…

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    Using irony and satire, Jane Austen (1775-1817) provided important insights to her attitude about life through her character’s experiences in her novel Pride and Prejudice (1813). Protagonist Elizabeth Bennet “Lizzie”, reveals Austen’s suppressed yet forward thinking opinions regarding the social restrictions of women, class mobility and marriage during the early nineteenth century England amidst a humorous romantic story of love and misunderstanding. The novel begins with: “It is a truth…

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    dark hair from me and tanned skin from my husband, Ryan. I knew with every ounce of my being that I was pregnant. I did not understand how it could have happened. We were so careful to not conceive again. How could I have missed a symptom of ovulation when I know my body so well? I was having a hard time dealing with the idea of never carrying a life in my womb ever again. Did I subconsciously know what I was doing? My suspicions were confirmed. I was indeed with child. Part of me was…

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    Infertility In Africa

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    The author, being of African descent and having personally struggled with inability to conceive, identifies closely with infertile couples in Africa. In African society where fertility is held in such high regard, infertile couples struggle significantly with criticism and rejection by members of their communities. A solution to this issue, proposed by this capstone project is to create an educational program to encourage understanding and compassion for infertile couples among their…

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    brought on by her misunderstanding of what was possibly gong on in her parents life at this time. Feeling this way she had wished possibly that her parents should have conceived her because they were so madly involve instead of thew writing of her ovulation cycle on a piece of cardboard on the wall. “but then you were pouring the wine red as the gritty clay of this earth, or the blood grainy with tiny clots that rides us into this life and you said you could tell I had been a child who was…

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    In a world that glorifies designer brands, where does it end? Society places expensive designer handbags, clothing, and accessories on a pedestal. The names of famous designers lurk in each shopping plaza. In 1977, perhaps two of the most inventive designers, Edwards and Steptoe started a revolution. Edwards and Steptoe successfully fertilized the first egg via in vitro. Louise Brown became known as the world’s first “designer baby”, born in 1978 to her mother Lesley. This revolutionary…

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    Causes Of Menstruation

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    The University of Pennsylvania Medical School was founded in 1765 and from the time of its inception, the university was clearly a model based off of the organization and course of instruction at the University of Edinburgh Medical School. The University of Edinburgh Medical School located in Edinburgh, Scotland was founded in 1726. These two schools both required that in order to graduate, a student must submit a dissertation, or final thesis paper, on a topic of their choosing. Most students…

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    Should Teenage Girls Have The Right to Access Plan B? When people think of birth control they tend to think of all of the harm that it can do to a female’s body, but birth control is not as bad as people make it out to be. A form of birth control that many are probably unaware of is Plan B an emergency contraception. Plan B, also known as the “morning after pill”, is a pill that a woman can take to help prevent pregnancy after unprotected sexual intercourses. Other reasons women would use…

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    Depression isn’t like a cold or allergies, it doesn’t just come and go. There is always a reason for someone to be diagnosed with this condition and it takes a little while for people to fall so low into this stage. Depression is a serious medical condition in which someone feels constantly sad, lazy and hopeless. It causes people to not be social, constantly drag themselves around miserably and think suicidal thoughts. Many people get into a state of sadness here and there but that doesn’t…

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    In the beginning of the 20th century, family planning as we know it today was restricted, controlled, and in some instances, unlawful. There was little to no education regarding the details of fertilization, because the cycle of ovulation was not defined until 1928 (Center for Disease Control, 1988). Additionally, all forms of contraceptives and any education regarding contraceptives were against the law (Jensen, 1981). These restrictions caused sexually active women to become pregnant often,…

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