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Disorders

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Down’s Syndrome And Leukemia

Down’s syndrome is a genetic condition that involves an extra chromosome. Chromosomes are tiny strings carrying genetic information or genes in human beings (Naess, 2015). The genes have the responsibility of how the formation of the body takes place, how it functions, how people look in relation to eye color...

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a health disorder that affects women from all races who are still under a productive age. The condition causes some considerable morbidity, so its symptoms start to appear amongst women in as early as during the beginning of menstruation. In other women, the condition develops during...

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Cancer Research Chemical or Environmental

Judkis, Maura. “Researchers Find ‘Another Reason’ to Avoid Fast Food: Chemicals in the Packaging.” The Washington Post, 1 February 2017, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/food/wp/2017/02/01/researchers-find-another-reason-to-avoid-fast-food-chemicals-in-the-packaging/?utm_term=.f6f597cbea6b. In this newspaper article, the author reports on recent evidence that chemicals associated with cancer are present in the materials used to package fast food. The study was conducted...

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Mental Illness in the Texas Prison System

Many mentally ill people are incarcerated in the United States. Not only is treatment delayed or nonexistent in prison, but mentally ill inmates may be treated more harshly because of behavioral issues caused by their illness. So we ask: Are Texas prisons properly identifying inmates that suffer from a mental...

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Hypertension in South Asian Populations

The context of hypertension in the South Asian migrant community In the UK hypertension contributes to a high mortality rate in the South Asian migrant community (Cappuccio, 1997). There is considerable data indicating that undiagnosed hypertension leads to more negative outcomes for this group. One example is that it leads...

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