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The ill effect of the drugs can also be seen in the increasing number of the criminals in jails which clearly demonstrates the association between drugs and crime.
Measuring substance abuse is a significant area in the medical field. Modern science has implemented many different ways to estimate the impact of treatment on drug abuse. Farrokh Alemi & Heibatollah Baghi in their online article, Measurement of Substance Abuse Treatment Outcomes Over Time, rightly identify these ways as; “percentage of positive drug tests, probability of drug use, percentage of patients abstaining from any use, total number of days of use, daily probability use and average days till next use…” (Alemi and Heibatollah). It makes clear the fact that measuring health related with substance abuse has an elite role in the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases.
The journal article entitled How Science Has Revolutionized the Understanding of Drug Addiction by Nora D. Volkow illustrates the issue of drug addiction and its diagnosis. Author leads the reader to think about various health issues related with drug abuse especially among the adolescents. Measuring diseases and health deterioration is a significant area of measurement in the process of diagnosing health issues related with drug abuse. Author’s comment permits the reader to modify his/her existing knowledge about health problems related with drug abuse. In this respect one can advocate authors view; “Tobacco use killed approximately 100 million people during the 20th century and, if current smoking trends continue, the cumulative death toll for this century has been projected to reach 1 billion” (Addiction and Health). Adolescent who follow the practices of drug abuse often show the symptoms of low academic performance, early drop out of school, and unplanned pregnancies. Severe
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The disease is transmitted via a virus that belongs to the family Paramyxoviridae. This virus is a single stranded RNA virus. Human beings are the only hosts for the agent where the virus comfortably thrives in cells lining the back of the throat and lungs.
Various factors with potential influence on the inferior coronary conditions can prove fatal as they lead to heart disease, which is presently the most common reason for deaths all over the world. While considering the seriousness of various branches of coronary dysfunction and their impact on human health, it is necessary to conduct studies for finding the remedial courses of action against the increasing popularity of this disease.
Voluntary diseases Name Institution affiliation Tutor Date Voluntary diseases Voluntary diseases are rampant in modern day society. Based on lifestyles persons succumb to diseases they could avoid if they dropped their negative lifestyle. Diseases related to smoking, drug abuse and immorality have been cited as the most rampant voluntary diseases.
Although commonly associated with the effects of aging, the diseases may also be caused by arthritis, muscle strains, tumors or infection (Hiwatashi, Danielson, & Moritani, 2004). In between the bones that make up the spine are discs made up of fibrous tissue, cartilage and water.
The researcher presents several reviews of well-known articles on the subject of measuring the diabetes disease, such as “Measuring Diabetes Self-Care: A psychometric analysis of the Self-Care Inventory-revised with adults’’ and “Identification of Distinct Self-Management Styles of Adolescents With Type 1 Diabetes” .
Newer and safer drugs, preventive measures, vaccines, and immunization have all played vital roles in protecting man from this seemingly ageless enemy. Yet diseases have always presented daunting and intimidating challenges at every stage. This cannot be truer for a
People experiencing genetic diseases normally inherit them from their parents, though current studies have also cited one’s environment as one of the key contributing factor. Genetic diseases have two modes of inheritances, which include single gene and
The mortality rate in some caves is reportedly above 90%. The once common brown bat, for instance, has suffered a catastrophic population decline and may become extinct in the next 20 years as a result of the white nose syndrome (WNS) (Cohn, 2008).