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Identifying the Function of Challenging and Appropriate Behaviors

Reinforcement is an action or substance that is used to increase the possibility that a specific outcome or behavior will be achieved after a period of time from which stimuli is delivered soon after a response or when the behavior that is expected is exhibited. Negative reinforcement occurs when a...

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Ear Inflammation

Otitis is the general inflammation of the ear in both animals and humans. The otitis is divided into two: otitis externa, interna and otitis media. They are all common in animals but particularly humans. This research aims to explicate the ear diseases. Otitis Externa (OE) This is an infection of...

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Dehydration Case

The patient collapsed due to deficient fluid volumes resulting from a strenuous exercise regimen, the use of antihistamines, and a poor diet with insufficient fluid intake. The activity level and use of Claritin, which can cause dry mouth (Mosby, 2008), would trigger the patient to consume more liquids. Due to...

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Physical Development in Adolescence

A child’s development, be it physical, mental or emotional, are pivotal to a multitude of factors in later life, including overall expectancy and mortality. Therefore, any factors which may lead to decreased health and well-being deserves careful consideration. Puberty is seen as an extremely important progressive stage which can have...

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Effects of Physical Development on Adolescents

Samantha is a 15-year old girl who does not feel comfortable in her own body. However, this is not a new feeling. Samantha has never felt comfortable in her own body. When Samantha was a child, she always felt that she wanted to be a boy. During play time with...

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Foot Health

Introduction Corns are brought about by mechanical stresses such as wearing unfit shoes, high levels of activities and the foot exerting a lot of pressure due to the foot deformations (Freeman, 2014). For this reason, corns are due to the reaction of the skin to the pressure exerted and friction...

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Healthy Grief

In one sense, the story of Job does not translate to the stages of grief as set forth by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, if only by virtue of the fact that Job's misery is not as distinct as that of losing a loved one. As is famously known, Satan makes Job undergo...

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Changes in Adolescence

1) What are some key emotional aspects taking place in adolescence? Key emotional aspects that are taking place during adolescence are associated with the establishment of a sense of identity, specifically focusing on the creation of the concept of the self and the promotion of the self-esteem of the individual;...

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Bodybuilding and the Effects of Steroids

One bodybuilding author who wrote an article on the differences between the use and abuse of steroids was surprised to discover that 65% of his readers were teen boys aged between twelve and sixteen. As Wayne Mercer confesses, he was stuck with an overwhelming number of emails that he got...

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Autopsy of a Failure

Marketing is one of the key aspects of a business. The success or failure of a business, a product or a project is determined by the marketing that is undertaken to sell the product. However, marketers usually find themselves engulfed in a dilemma as they aim to meeting high sales...

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Healthy Students

Parents are growing more aware of the importance of healthy living for their child’s growth and mental health. The schools often fail to understand how learning if affected by the healthy choices of the students. Parents are important stakeholders in the equation for pressing the issues of promoting health and...

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Psychosocial Risk Factors For Preterm Birth

Preterm birth remains a cause for a significant number of infant deaths world wide and to cause a large number of long-term complications. The disorders, for which premature children are at an increased risk include, but are not limited to cerebral palsy, sight and hearing problems, as well as developmental...

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Common Alterations in Integumentary Functioning

Dermatophytosis, or ringworm, is a common fungal infection of the skin. It is caused by three different genera of dermatophyte – Trichophyton, Microsporum, and Epidermophyton (Scher et al., 2013). Most commonly, ringworm infects the nonliving parts of the skin hair or nail, and usually infects only the top layer of...

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Unit IV Journal Assignment Problem Statement

The identification of a significant issue for research and the formulation of a problem statement are the key to a successful quantitative investigation. In order to properly determine the problem statement which guides the research, it is necessary to understand both current gaps in the knowledge and literature as well...

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Sleep Paralysis

Sleep paralysis was thought to be caused by a demonic event for centuries. However, modern science has successfully proven this wrong. The studies into sleep paralysis have gone into detail on the causes and symptoms of sleep paralysis. Sleep paralysis is explained as a person waking during REM (rapid eye...

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Focused Assessment of the Breast and Axillae

This scenario highlights the importance of conducting a focused assessment of the breast and axillae. There are several important steps that have been conducted in this scenario. The first stage is to take a history from the patient, including onset and location information, as well as the duration of the...

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Creative Engagement Project

My project is dedicated to the problem of drug distribution with the emphasis being put on drug mules. Within this project, I am going to suggest how to stop these people. I also want to develop some practices that will help people avoid the trap of being recruited by a...

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Identifying a Study Population

Latinos are participants who represent a huge portion of patients diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (2015) specifies that in 2014, Hispanics accounted for 24% of diagnosed with HIV infection in the USA. 86% of that amount were men, and 14% were women. Among men, bisexuals...

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The Neurological Underpinnings of Coping With Pain: Article Review

The article by Edwards et al (2009) – “Neurobiological Underpinnings of Coping with Pain” focuses on the neurological responses of humans to particular instances of pain. The article majorly focuses on how the pain that is experienced by people after a certain event, that has an impact on the human...

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Respiratory Therapist Interview

An interview was conducted with Alison, a Respiratory Therapist working in the NICU. She is responsible for a variety of tasks that involve respiratory care for newborns and infants, particularly if they are born premature or face any type of lung difficulties at and after birth. As part of her...

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