Samples "Health"

Health

Performance-enhancing drugs, or PEDs, are substances used by athletes to enhance their performance on the field or during training. PEDs offer athletes the ability to improve their conditioning techniques, their on-field performance, and also help to prevent injury. Most professional sports leagues, including Major League Baseball, have implemented strict rules...

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Nideffer, R. M. (2012). Theory of attentional and personal style vs. test of attentional and interpersonal style (TAIS). Enhanced Performance Systems, 1-34.Robert M. Nideffer, Ph.D. is a researcher and a practitioner with more than thirty-five years experience in the exploration of the concentration skills of individuals, emotional arousal, and the...

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MethodologyThe purpose of this project is to highlight the increasing frequency of sports related injuries that can be avoided through the scrutiny of the sporting activities. The main point in the evaluation is to anticipate risky activities, which may lead to injury. Moreover, the recurrence of similar injuries is a...

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Ethics is critical to the research conducted by various authors. By engaging in ethical research processes, researchers have a better chance of providing insight into problems and solutions. This paper discusses the ethical principles of a business research project related to substance abuse. Business Research Project In a research article...

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The following is written in response to viewing Peter Singer’s lecture at Wiliams College, entitled “The Ethics of What We Eat.” The mainstream view about how we should treat animals is that we should be kind and not engage in intentional cruelty. However, in conjunction with that kindness, there is...

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There are many cultural groups in my community, identified in a variety of ways. These groups may have different health care needs. For example, my community has a substantial group of families with young children. Medically, they are most concerned with prenatal care, labor and delivery, and pediatric specialties. There...

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Health research often cites a certain health outcome as being associated with, or more prevalent in a certain demographic groups. This implies that not everyone is the same and that membership in a certain group makes us more at risk certain health conditions than others. This is referred to as...

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Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) for which there is no known cure (Arcangelo & Peterson, 2012). There are several different stages of HIV, with the final being that of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Over the last several decades there has been improvement in the drugs...

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Living in the United States, one would think that its citizens are generally wealthy, well-fed, and well taken care of. While we live in a free society, it is still one in which many people are left impoverished, even to the point of not being able to feed themselves or...

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