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Precocious Puberty

Precocious puberty is becoming more and more prevalent in children. Precocious puberty refers to the case where a child undergoes puberty much earlier than normal, thereby growing into an adult too soon. Precocious puberty presents several negative outcomes in children that experience this condition; however, there are treatments available to...

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Physical Examination and Health Assessment

Dilated cardiomyopathy, commonly referred to as DCM, is a condition whereby the heart’s ability to pump blood is reduced due to weakened muscles. It is caused by a weakened, or enlarged, left ventricle. In some cases of the condition the heart does not relax as it should, hence it does...

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“How to Survive a Plague”, directed by David France

Part A The documentary shows us the angry battle of AIDS activists for their rights and their lives. The film captures protests which took place in the 1980s and 1990s, demonstrating how they progressed over time (and what was achieved on part of the activists). These activists, most of whom...

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Association Between Oral Cancer And HPV (Human Pappilloma Virus)

Introduction The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted disease that is said to be the leading cause of oral cancer. The HPV virus contains approximately 200 DNA strains and of all those only nine are associated with cancers. HPV16 is primarily associated and concerned with oral cancers and...

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The Plague Predicament

The Black Plague (also known as the Black Death) was one of the most serious pandemics in the world, killing between 100 and 200 million people (Byrne 122). The most serious effects were in Europe between 1346 and 1353, and evidently there were a number of health issues associated with...

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Health Care Communication Response to Peer

This was a great post and an important topic. The literature suggests that while in past decades many people felt that healthcare professionals were above them and that the professionals gave the instructions while they followed without questioning, now that has changed. There has been an effort to increase health...

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The Baby Wipes

This will serve as the directive as to why we will pull all of the baby wiped off of the shelves until we have an all natural formula ready to go. I feel that as your chirf executive officer that this needs to be explained thoroughly in order for you...

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Informal Recast Project Proposal: SES and Health

Thesis Statement: The social class is an important determinant of one’s health due to its impact on the lifestyle that an individual leads, his or her access to medical services, and the experience of stress that one faces. In this recast project I plan to discuss the impact that socio-economic...

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A Present Focus on A History of Handwashing

Abstract Meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) has long been the focus of discussion regarding preventative measures in the hospital environment. MRSA is highly transmissible from patient to patient and nurse to patient. Every hospital has concerns about MRSA infection from a health perspective. Even aside from the most important factor of...

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Readings Form Your Rereading America Textbook

“How the Americans Understand the Equality of the Sexes” (pages 380-383)Engaging the Text (page 383, questions 1-4) 1. De Tocqueville’s assumption is that domestic and private roles are the most natural and appropriate for women, while public roles as well as rough manual labour are best suited to men. Although...

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Wellness Assessment and Plan

Abstract Counselor wellness is the positive state of health that allows a counselor to avoid burnout and overwhelming stress in the profession. This state, in turn, contributes to client outcomes because reducing burnout will result in an increased ability to care for the needs of others within the caring cycle,...

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Personal Wellness

The purpose of this paper is to discuss and reflect on my personal wellness in light of the results I scored in the Caring.com “Are You Heading for Caregiver Burnout?” self-test. Are You Heading for Caregiver Burnout? Self-Test My score for this test was: 37, Feverish (with an elevated burnout...

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Applying Standardized Terminologies in Practice

Standardized terminologies represent a vital element of effective care provision in the current healthcare system. According to Lewis, Dirksen, Heitkemper, and Bucher (2013), they facilitate the provision and guarantee the continuity of nursing care. The existing nomenclatures empower nurse practitioners to bring together different aspects of nursing and develop a...

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Hand Washing

Did you know you interact with millions of germs per day?Did you know that your hands are the parts of your body that interacts most with germs? Well, now you know! What are Germs? Germs are small microbes. They are so tiny that they cannot be seen by the naked...

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Healthcare Argument

Socialized or privatized healthcare is a question that has concerned modern people for a few decades now. The eruption of technology and healthcare options has made the standard of healthcare incredible in comparison to previous years. However, this benefit also comes with new problems. The healthcare system especially in the...

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Healthcare Essay

In the UK, 17.5 million people are living with complex care needs (Nicol, 2011). Eighty per cent of primary care consultations and two thirds of hospital admissions are related to long term conditions (LTC) (NHS Institution for innovation and improvement, 2006). This essay will discuss the complex care needs of...

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Healthcare Definition

Summary High-quality healthcare is not only a fundamental need, but also a basic right that is safeguarded in many constitutions across the globe (Sharma, Ayyaswamy & Kishore, 2015). In this context, it is necessary for every country to try and promote healthcare of its citizens. The policies that countries adopt...

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Normalcy and Authenticity

Question OneTakeaway The President’s Council seeks to address the issue of happiness from the perspective of wholesomeness than what he terms as the superficial means through which medicine has been seeking the same. The age of biotechnology has introduced a great deal of challenges and issues that need to be...

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Cultural Interventions

There is increased interest in developing culturally-competent health interventions. Two studies that were recently conducted attempted to address diet and physical activity shortcomings that are prevalent in the African American Community. They both did well to incorporate important cultural considerations. Lynch, Liebman, Ventrelle, Avery, and Richardon (2014) presented information about...

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Integrating Disabled Children Article Review

This article, “Integrating Disabled Children,” explained the importance of inclusiveness when teaching disabled children. It began with a discussion of the potential ramifications of that inclusiveness, as there was some concern expressed about inappropriate behaviors being imitated on both sides. Non-disabled children may be influenced by inappropriate behaviors unique to...

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