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As a person becomes older, the risks of having cancer also increase (CDC b). In the absence of effective therapeutic intervention, the onset of cancer can be deadly. (Figure I – Age-Adjusted Incidence Rate of All Cancer Patients in the U.S. on page 2)
Often times, cancer cells may develop in different parts of the human body (i.e. lungs, bronchus, or trachea, liver, stomach, colon, rectum, prostate, esophagus, pancreas, blood, urinary bladder, etc.) (American Cancer Society). In U.S. alone, the most common type of cancer includes prostate cancer amongst men and breast cancer amongst women followed by lung and bronchus, colon and rectum, corpus and uterus, urinary bladder, melanomas of the skin, non-hodgkin lymphoma, kidney and renal pelvis, and thyroid (CDC a). (See Figure II – Different Cancer Sites on page 3; Figure III – Top 10 Cancer Sites in U.S. on page 3)
As a common knowledge, cancer is one of the most common types of diseases that can lead to the untimely death of people (Ho). As of 2012, there are as much as 14,090,100 new cases of cancer worldwide (American Cancer Society). However, not much is known with regards to ways on how zinc deficiency can lead to the development of abnormal and uncontrolled growth of cells. Therefore, in the process of completing the proposed research study, it is possible to educate people about the importance of having sufficient dose of zinc in our daily nutritional intake. (See Figure IV – New Cancer Cases Worldwide as of 2012 below)
The main purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between zinc deficiency and the development of cancer cells. In the process of conducting a systematic literature review, this study seeks to meet the following research objectives:
Several studies strongly suggest that zinc deficiency can lead to the increased risk of developing
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And, stress is defined as the reactions of an individual towards demands, which are commonly identified as stressors, imposed up on them (Erkutlu & Chafra, 2006, 287). More specifically, occupational stress is defined as the inability to cope with the pressures in a job (Rees, 1997).
In addition, trait theories, including Allport and Cattell theories, propose that personalities integrate broad dispositions. They are presumptions used to define personality traits in psychology. Application of these theories is apparent in the modern psychology practices especially in counseling and assessment as well as classification of individuals’ personalities and behaviors.
Health statistics depicts that fast food is becomes popular in almost every social setting, especially busy groups like the students. Fast food includes Pizzas, chicken, burger and taco among others. Nutritionists assert that fast food is often high in calories, cholesterol and fat (Lynn, 2009).
In order to substantiate such postulates, one should carry out a research exercise and produce comprehensive information that serves to convince the interested parties on the validity of an underlying postulate. Psychology, especially social psychology involves the study of individuals’ behavioral pattern within a social setting (Michael, 2009).
Therefore, concept of learning is a tactic that requires a learner to compare and contrast categories or groups that contain concept-relevant traits with categories or groups that do not contain concept-relevant traits (Behlol, 2010). Concept of learning also refers to an education task, where a machine learner or human is trained to categorize objects by being given a set of example objects together with their class labels (Thorpea, 2004).
The Humane Society of the United States estimates eight to ten million companion animals like cats and dogs are given up to overcrowded shelters each year. Of those, four to five million pets are euthanised. “In fact, euthanasia is the number-one killer of all companion animals” (Fournier and Geller 51).
This honed his writing and reading skills and he would use novels to bend reality and escape it. He studied political science in college and he was a strong supporter of one candidate, Mc Carthy who was against the Vietnam War in the 1968 U.S presidential election.
In this paper the researcher is going to explore the concept of autism and demonstrate that this diagnosis does not guarantee seclusion and isolation and that autistic people can even become professionals in certain spheres due to their extraordinary skills. There are no direct reasons indicating why autism arises in some cases.