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Taxing Soft Drinks and Junk Foods Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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 High taxes should be imposed on ‘soft drinks, and junk foods’ to endorse healthy eating because they raise revenue for a country, they change human beings’ behavior by making them responsible, improves the health of a person, and has effectively thrived in reducing smoking practice.
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Examination of the Thyroid System Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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It is necessary for the nurse to inquire from the patient when an how he first time noticed the swelling, how large is it, the color of the swelling, any visible pulsation, any color change of the skin above the swelling? Whether the swelling came on slowly or quickly? Whether the person has ever had swelling in the past? Whether or not the swelling goes away when the limb is elevated?
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Breast Cancer Pathophysiology Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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Fibrotic cysts are more of a characteristic of the breasts where its prominence is exhibited during ovulation or just before menstruation. According to the Health Central Network, during the mentioned periods “hormone level changes often cause the breast cells to retain fluid and develop into nodules or cysts (sacs filled with fluid), which feel like a lump when touched.
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Nutrition and Lifestyle Management Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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Food offers a variety of nutrients. Some nutrients grant energy, while others are vital for the development and upholding of the body. Carbohydrates, protein, and fat are macronutrients that we require to consume in comparatively large quantities in the diet because they offer our bodies with energy. They are also constructing blocks for the development and preservation of a healthy body.
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Autism in Children: Symptoms, Characteristics, and Intervention Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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Researches agree that autism occurs at all intelligence levels and about 75% of autistic individuals have an intelligence quotient (IQ) below average, the other 25% have an average or above-average intelligence (Nelsen, pp-108: 1997). Generally, the performance IQ is higher than the verbal IQ of autistic children given proper intervention in the early years.  
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Energy Expenditure During Walking and Jogging Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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The author states that a sedentary lifestyle, devoid of walking or moving at all, is known to be devastating for one’s health, and walking, as economical and easygoing as it is, provides the best solution to avoiding the dangers of an inactive lifestyle. The question of walking and exercise also brings to mind the connection between jogging and walking.
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Asthma: Importance of Regular Reviews Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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The author states that the condition is characterized by paroxysmal narrowing of the bronchial airways due to inflammation of the bronchi and also due to the spasm of the bronchi due to contraction of the bronchial smooth muscle. Most of the patients develop symptoms in early childhood. 80-90 percent of them experience symptoms before 6 years of age.
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Developing a Research Base for Intravenous Peripheral Cannula Resites Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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This Fisher’s Exact test is appropriate for this kind of study because this is used to analyze small samples and experiments that deal with comparing two groups. Since this study compares an intervention and a control group, and the sample size of 206 is relatively small, Fisher’s Exact test is most appropriate.
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Causes of Illegal Drugs Consumption Among Women Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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Zaidi submits biological traits as the essential elements for use of alcohol, marijuana, hash, opium and others. He views natural characteristics and inherited traits as the fundamental cause behind every act, behaviour and action. Zaidi established his research under the title “Biological and Sociological Causes of Perversion.”
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Ruby: A Fourteen Year Old Girl Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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As per medical ethics, health care professionals should do everything possible to save the life of a patient as life is supposed to be the most valuable thing in the world. But the medical ethics allows a patient to know about his medical condition and to decide upon the further treatment. Some of the ethical theories are also giving contradictory interpretations about ethical standards.
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Lack of Health Insurance for the Mentally Ill Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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The author states that health insurance is one of the most important purchases that any person can make. It helps ensure that in times of medical or health crisis, the cost of medical care would not be too heavy a burden to bear for the patient and his family. For mentally ill patients, the acquisition of health insurance is a more complicated task.
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The Speciality of Colonial Heights Health Care Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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The hospital offers personalized care that optimizes the amount of care a patient receives by taking care of every need of the patient. The services include pain management, medication management, 24-hour nursing support, wound management, Lite Gait, on-site physician care, rehabilitation service, and nutritional monitoring.
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How Tomatoes Can Help Your Heart Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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It is proved fact in the modern times that the level of lycopene in the tissue of our organs acts as a better indicator of defense against diseases that the amount of lycopene we consume from external resources. Thus, those people who have a higher level of lycopene concentration in their cells have a lesser chance of heart attack than the others.
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Treatment of Congenital Deformities of the Talip Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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Ponseti’s studies have different classifications of deformities compared to other studies. There needs to be a universally accepted and applied classification of the condition on presentation of the deformity to make it scientifically possible to determine the optimum method of management, and it will be easier to see pre and post-treatments to assess the true outcomes of each treatment.
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Essential Histology Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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The openings of these cells are large enough for anything smaller than a red blood cell to pass through (Wikipedia, 2008).  The glomerular basement membrane is quite thick (250-350 nm), and on this rests the glomerular endothelium.  The podocytes form a lining on a side of the glomerular basement membrane, as well as forms a part of the Bowman’s space lining. 
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Indigenous Community Health in Central Queensland-Australia Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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The indigenous community in Australia is a disadvantaged community, now facing the ravages of type2 diabetes Type 2 diabetes has resulted in a lowering of quality of life, higher health costs, morbidity and shorter life spans in the community. Interventions are essential to reduce the impact of type2 diabetes on the indigenous community.
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Malnutrition: A Long Standing Problem among Children Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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The significance of the health risks in the environment was quantified in a report of World Bank in 2002 and the Comparative Risk Assessment project of 2004 revisited this issue. (World Bank, 2008, p.48) So clearly the issue of environmental health is critical for child health. Environmental health is one of the major public health concerns.
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Pathophysiological Processes Involved in Type Two Diabetes Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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A healthy lifestyle also includes intake reduction of alcohol or other toxic substances, such as cigarettes or drugs. Recent research also suggests that lack of sleep can promote weight gain and may also decrease the production or absorption of insulin, so healthy sleeping patterns should be established.
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The Interprofessional Practice and the Health Care System Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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The author states that another significant impediment to Interprofessional Practice and collaboration is the reluctance of professionals in several disciplines to cross certain boundaries and sharing their own professional space. In other words, the challenge of turf wars. This is where the need arises for the standardization.
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Effects of Menopause on Women's Life Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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"The Change", Transition, Change of Life, Climacteric, it doesn't really matter what you call it; it's still the big 'M', Menopause. It is the end of fertility a change in every woman's life. Every day millions of women deal with hot flashes, night sweats, memory loss, depression, mood swings, and no sex drive. And that's just the stuff they deal with on a daily basis.
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Dental Veneers as a Breakthrough in Modern Dental Technology Health Sciences & Medicine Term Paper
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The author states that many people choose dental veneers because they have been proven to dramatically improve one’s smile and overall appearance. This essay will compare and contrast porcelain and composite veneers, discuss their restorative benefits as well as discuss the option between teeth whitening and veneers.
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The Humane Elements of Human Euthanasia Health Sciences & Medicine Speech or Presentation
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The author of the paper states that the unfortunate reality is the majority of people in the U.S. die a ‘bad death.’ Most Americans believe euthanasia to be not only compassionate but ethically acceptable and 69 percent would support the legalization of euthanasia according to a Gallup Poll conducted in 2004.
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Appraisal of the Work's Reviews about Medicine Health Sciences & Medicine Literature review
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Mechanical ventilation though relates to short term complications it may cause long term respiratory and developmental outcomes. The review address the clinical effect of changing positions while giving MV, with more assertion on the effect of facing infants in a supine position compared with placing them in a prone or lateral decubitus position to address the long term respiratory and developmental outcomes.
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Medical Radiographic Technique for Dealing with the Pediatric Patients Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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The author states that radiographic examination provides a rapid, detailed, and noninvasive modality of the deep-seated structures of the body. This is attended with the risk of radiation exposure to these patients of this age group with effects that may be evident after some time. There have been attempts to limit the diagnostic radiation exposure.
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Anti-Obesity Drug Health Sciences & Medicine Research Proposal
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The author states that the enzymes in the G.I. tract become inactive, the formation of triglycerides is prevented, and in turn, absorbable free fatty acids and monoglycerides do not occur. The unabsorbed triglycerides lead to a deficiency in caloric value that controls weight. This mechanism of action prevents absorption of 30% fat.
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The World Food Program Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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The author states that the United Nations, through its umbrella organization—World Food Programme—has been sending humanitarian aids to Ethiopia and neighboring countries like Somalia and Eritrea since the 1990s to assist the Ethiopian government in helping its people, the main assistance being given is on food rationing.
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Schizophrenia and Treatments Health Sciences & Medicine Term Paper
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There has been some difficulty in establishing what can actually be termed as rehabilitating and relief activities in the line of this disease. The chances of recovery stand somewhat limited and the patient takes a very long time to come back to his original self. The statistics which are quoted in these researches back up the argument thus raised. 
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Approaches in Health Promotion Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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Every child and adolescent deserves to be educated in schools in which the teachers are trained and observant enough to understand that a child may be experiencing problems. Such problems can be resolved without any lasting effects by positive interventions by teachers or trained school counsellors. However, awareness must exist and proper training and guidance are essential.
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Causes and Symptoms of Pathological Gambling Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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Pathological gambling often starts with people who can be considered occasional gamblers; the need to gamble rises in them until it becomes something that they can no longer control. In many cases, for those that gamble from time to time, many people turn to gamble to relieve stress, which quickly becomes as addicting as an obsession. 
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Epidemiology of Avian Influenza, and Pandemic Preparedness Strategies Health Sciences & Medicine Report
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Home health care nurses have an even greater burden than nurses working in hospitals. They must be prepared for the avian flu by considering any special needs of their clients and by being alert for early symptoms in their clients. There is a necessity to coordinate with local health care agencies when avian flu cases are apparent.
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Improving the Mentoring Program of Dr Hussa Al Husine Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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In the problem of Emily, the scenario should have been different. It is Emily who should have listed down the alternatives, although the presented alternatives make their own valuable points. With this, the guidance given by Dr Husein should have been more into the enrichment of the ideas presented. Such action can be seen in the diagram.
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Electromagnetic Therapy For Treating Knee Osteoarthritis Health Sciences & Medicine Literature review
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Much work needs to be done to optimize such variables as signal configuration and duration of treatment before pulsating electro magnetic field therapy can be generally recommended. Several research investigations though confirmed the superiority of electromagnetic therapy, its extent of positive role on knee osteo arthritis has to be further studied before drawing valid conclusions.
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Vaginal Adenosis Condition Health Sciences & Medicine Term Paper
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An investigation into the patient’s background showed the mother had no exposure to DES or similar drugs during her pregnancy. The simple treatment of cauterization of the lesion was undertaken and after three weeks they were totally gone except that there was minimal cervical erosion (Cebesoy et al 2007 p 167). 
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Community Assessment for Treatment and Prevention of Hepatitis C in Adult Population Health Sciences & Medicine Term Paper
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Since the majority of new HCV infections occur through Injecting Drug Users (IDUs) and considering the obstacles, such as characteristics of the disease, patients, providers, and health care system, for providing effective care all the strategies for developing, testing, and implementing HCV prevention should be IDU centered.
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Functions of Type III Interferons Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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From whatever has been gleaned about the interferon type III, it is clear that it similar to the type I interferon by the characteristics that it displays. The JAK-STAT pathway is used by both these types of interferons for signaling and they also are regulated by the same mechanism. It is about five decades that a group of cytokines known as interferons became known to humankind.
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Clinical Governance Approach between UK and Australia Health Sciences & Medicine Term Paper
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A recent review in Australia has recommended replacing the current Australian Council for Safety and Quality in Health Care with a smaller Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. The Commission will link all national safety activity and report annually to Australian health ministers on hospital safety. 
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Are Social Timing Deficits More Pronounced In People With Atypical Diagnosis Of Autism Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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Today, autism is a serious problem as more and more persons are diagnosed with it. Statistics say that 1 in every 166 individuals is diagnosed with autism, making it more common than pediatric cancer, diabetes, and AIDS combined. The occurrence of this disease is ubiquitous and can occur in all racial, ethnic, and social groups and is four times more likely to strike boys than girls.
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Smoking Restrictions and Changes in Smoking Behaviour Health Sciences & Medicine Literature review
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The government has tried to regulate smoking in three ways – increase the taxes per pack of cigarettes, limiting smoking in public places and involving restrictions on youth access to tobacco products. The health advocates present studies which indicate that no such adverse effect has occurred due to restrictions and legislation against smoking.
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Definition And Detection Of Proteinuria Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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The most common cause of nephrotic syndrome in children is minimal lesion nephrotic syndrome, MLNS. In this instance, the earliest clinical manifestation can be fluctuating degrees of periorbital or facial edema. This is often due to an allergy and is treated with antihistamines.  Nephrotic-range proteinuria may also precede the occurrence of focal segmental glomerulosclerosis. 
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The Contributions of Sociology to Mental Illness Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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Many youths, for a variety of reasons, have entered the mental health system. Many mentally ill youth develop problems with the law that leads to incarceration. Oftentimes, youth with mental illness bring problems with them in the interrogation room. Redlich (2007) studied this aspect.  Her research showed two very important issues.
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Americas Newest Epidemic: Obesity Health Sciences & Medicine Research Proposal
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If Obesity is also included as one of the medical conditions where medical expenses incurred by the patient are deductible, this will encourage obese people to seek medical help earlier to bring the problem under control. A more supportive attitude on the part of medical personnel may also be necessary to encourage more improvements in the obesity problem.
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Cancer: a Terminal Disease Health Sciences & Medicine Assignment
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The author states that private pharmaceutical companies are spending millions of dollars on the development of a drug against cancer. Unfortunately, the diehard effort and money spending have to lead to marginal progress in cancer treatment. Sometimes, scientists also wonder whether are they moving on the right track to find a cure for cancer?
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Peppermint Oil Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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The author states that nearly 10-15 % of the population belonging to the Western civilization may present with the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Of the 255 patients, with a gastrointestinal complaint, attending general practitioners (GPs) at six varied locations in and near Bristol, UK, 30% were judged to have IBS.
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The Problem of Deliberate Self Harm Health Sciences & Medicine Research Paper
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The severity of self-harming behavior is proportionate to the level of acceptance or adjustment on the part of the individuals themselves. Causing harm to one's own person not only serves in regulating the person’s fears and anxieties but it also helps to alleviate much of the emotional pain and trauma.
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Analysis of Complications - A Surgeon's Notes on an Imperfect Science by Gawande Atul Health Sciences & Medicine Book Report/Review
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To be engaged in a major lawsuit is an unhappy position for the doctor. It is bound to affect his personal life, family atmosphere and his peace of mind. This is the reason for some of the brilliant amongst the brilliant doctors for leaving the profession. With the growing role of managed care, job satisfaction in the medical profession has plunged.
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Various Aspects Related To HIV and the Deadly Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Health Sciences & Medicine Essay
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This essay is an attempt to cover in brief various aspects related to HIV and the deadly acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. The progression of the disease from the initial infection to a severe AIDS manifestation has been explained.  The emphasis has been given to discuss treatment modalities, the adverse effects of antiretroviral drugs.  
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Prescription Drug Abuse - Problems and Solutions Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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The depth of prescription drug abuse and the harm that it causes the individual seldom catches the eye and concern of the general public. Physicians who prescribe the drugs and the pharmacists who dispense these drugs form the professionals, where awareness is high. This is because prescription drug abuse constitutes an ethical issue.
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Pregnancy Complicated With Diabetes Health Sciences & Medicine Coursework
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The midwife needs to collaborate with health care professionals at different levels of the health system and other care providers, including traditional birth assistants, social workers, etc. However, this collaboration must be based on mutual respect and recognition of the skills of each type of care provider.
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Family Presence in an Emergency Setting Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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According to the medical dictionary: “CPR is the emergency substitution of heart and lung action to restore life to someone who appears dead. The two main components of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) are chest compression to make the heart pump and mouth-to-mouth ventilation to breath for the victim”.  
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Autoimmune Diseases and the Importance of Their Treatment in the Modern Society Health Sciences & Medicine Case Study
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It should be noticed that the development of treatment in autoimmune diseases has been continuous and extensive as a result of the rapid development of this ‘illness’ among the populations of all countries around the world. At the same time, the training of employees on handling the relevant systems has been extensive. 
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