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Health

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Respiratory Irritant

The respiratory system of living things, especially that of human beings, is one of the most important yet very delicate parts of the body system. The system which includes the nose, trachea, larynx and lungs is at very high risk of being attacked by some external substances that are widely...

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The Respiratory System

The overarching purpose of the human respiratory system is to complete gas exchange for respiration. The organs that comprise the respiratory function work together to take in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide: oxygen is necessary for maintaining life, while carbon dioxide is a waste product of aerobic respiration. There are...

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Internal and External Respiration

The two distinct types of respiration utilized by humans are called internal respiration and external respiration. Internal respiration is also called systematic gas exchange, and it is an exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood vessels and tissue cells of the lungs and throughout the rest of the...

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Oxygen and Respiration

Wow! I’m so happy to be taking my upcoming trip! As an oxygen molecule, I don’t get to Europe much, but I do enjoy my frequent trips from the atmosphere of the Earth to the alveoli of a human! This is always a great trip. I get to start by...

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Expressive Art Therapy

Brief Description of Video with Person-Centered TheoryThe series of sessions that are conducted by psychotherapist Dr. Natalie Rogers involve developing associations for clients towards their own being by engaging in artistic practices and creating tangible, physical art implements that help them to focus on awareness and acceptance. (Rogers, 1993) In...

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Brain Lateralization

In terms of language, the left part of the brain is in control of language. Alzheimer’s is one of the diseases where language is disrupted in people who have the chronic condition. This language impairment starts in the early stages of Alzheimer’s. This paper will describe the brain parts that...

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Bloodstain Pattern Analysis

Bevel & Gardner have been investigating the strengths, weaknesses and benefits of bloodstain pattern analysis for over two decades now. In 1990, they published a book - Bloodstain Pattern Analysis: Theory and Practice – A Laboratory Manual (Bevel & Gardner, 1990) – in which they illustrated how this method can...

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Baby Brain Map

The Baby Brain Map provides an interesting resource regarding physical and psychosocial development aspects of early child development. Many of the facts which are provided by this tool are aspects of growth that had not realized. For example, the development of the brain begins a week after conception, a time...

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Development of Adolescent Brain

Brain growth is the process tracked through different ages. Some regions of human brain grow in childhood and later during the adolescent and adult years. The examination of the adolescent brain shows that prefrontal cortex, in particular, develops. Prefrontal cortex is the part of brain responsible for reasoning and impulse...

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Proprioception Exercise

Just like the five senses; sight, sound, taste, smell and touch that are accountable for our interaction with the external environment, there are senses that are accountable for the internal functioning of the body (Hrysomallis, 2011). The internal senses that are responsible for the position senses is what is referred...

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Health-Related Behaviour: Basic Criteria

Health-related behavior plays the role of a gate to every person’s health status. On a broader level, health behaviour is understood to be a combination of external and internal behaviour patterns. External behaviour patterns include overt behaviour patterns, habits, and actions which relate either to health improvement/restoration or health maintenance....

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Post-Ebola Resilience

Problem Statement Sierra Leon is one of the countries that have faced the worst Ebola outbreak since the diagnosis of the disease in 1976 in DRC. There has been a negative socio-economic impact of the disease. There is a record of 8000 cases of infections up-to-date as well as deaths...

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Factors Relating to Differences in Amounts of Exercise

Based on the previous research, it was hypothesized that there would be an association between age, ethnicity, the number of hours worked and the amounts of exercising. Specifically, it was anticipated that older individuals would exercise less due to physical complications and people working long hours would exercise less due...

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Behavioral Parent Training

In the 1920s researchers concluded that the child's environment and parenting practices play an integral role in the development of antisocial behavior in children (Shaffer, Kotchick, Dorsey & Forehand, 2001). Parents therefore should be the primary target for interventions with anti social youth. It was only in the 1960s that...

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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) refers to a bacterial inflammation of the female sexual organs. It is one of the most common causes of infertility and fertility problems in women in the United States today. The condition is the result of an untreated sexually transmitted disease (STD), which results in inflammation...

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Early Brain Development

The article on early brain development—with an emphasis upon what parents and caregivers need to know—is both intriguing and in many ways surprising (Porter 2002). This paper will first provide some reactions to a few of the more remarkable points made in the target article, and then briefly discuss the...

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Memories and the Human Brain: Retrieval and Storage

The human brain is a marvel that we have not been able to completely understand. There are mysteries as to the complex workings of our minds that exceed our ability to comprehend. However, we know many things about some of the workings of the brain. The method that the brain...

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Arachnophobia: Irrational Fear Of Spiders

Phobias relate to an irrational and persistent fear concerning specific objects, such as spiders and snakes, or situations having to do, for example, with heights or crowds. There are various treatments said to address such fears of which exposure therapy is one (Hirai, Vernon & Cochran, 2007). As the name...

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Behavioral Therapy: When It Works and When It Doesn’t

Behavioral therapy or behavioral modification as it is also called has been touted by many professionals as the cure-all for most self-destructive behaviors. It is used primarily by therapists to change behaviors that are harmful to the individual client, and replace them with others generally considered more acceptable. But there...

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