Analysis of Modern Family Systems

Traditional Family, Gay Parenting and Surrogacy Gay parenting refers to male partners who raise children as parents. Gay people can have children by various methods which include surrogacy, foster parenting, adoption and donor insemination. The traditional family is a structure which involves only two married people a man and a woman, who take care of … Read more

Leadership in Healthcare

The Irish health system is continuously under review and experiences regular change and transformation at every level. The impact of these ongoing changes within health and social care services affects almost every aspect of organizational culture, the way staff work and how each organisation plans and delivers services for the benefit of service users and … Read more

10 foods that make us happy

Some foods make us feel better about ourselves and forget about worries. On the occasion of the International Day of Happiness, we propose some foods that are sure to make you feel good. Some of them are very beneficial not only for our mood , but for many other things, strengthening us and providing everything … Read more

Review on Depo-Provera injection

Depo-Provera is a brand name for Medroxyprogesterone acetate, a female contraceptive injection that contains progestin hormone. Ideally called the injection or DP, it was approved in 1992 by the Federal Drug Administration as a type of contraception (Shoup, 2012). The progesterone in the infusion is similar to that produced naturally in a woman’s reproductive system. … Read more

The ABO blood group system

In the ABO blood group system, the red blood cells in humans have molecular differences from individual to individual. The differences are systematic and can be characterized according to a system of four different hereditary types; A, B, AB and O. These types together form the blood grouping system, ABO. The differences in these four … Read more

Usefulness of Genogram in Clinical Interviewing

With the advent of family systems theory, the symptoms in individual were considered to be reflective of dysfunctions or pathologies in large systems and were conceptualized in broad system terms. Ludwig von Bertalanffy introduced the idea of General Systems Theory (GST). He understood systems and emphasized on the fact that “the whole is more than … Read more

Personal Statement (Dentistry)

My initial exposure to dentistry was when I met a family member for the very first time. His discussion of the running of his practice, finances and materials, did at first, sound quite stressful. However, the constant mentioning of the satisfaction he felt as well as the subsequent work experience I took in his practice, … Read more

What is a healthy diet?

In order to stay alive, everyone has to eat food and drink water. But what is a healthy diet? I have chosen this topic because I have always been interested in food and nutrition. In today’s world, there is such a wide variety of different diets. For example, the Cabbage Soup Diet, the Popcorn Diet, … Read more

Alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD)

Alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD) Alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD) is caused by damage to the liver from years of excessive drinking. Years of alcohol abuse can cause the liver to become inflamed and swollen. This damage can also cause scarring known as cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is the final stage of liver disease.ARLD is a major public health … Read more

Reflection Experience

Reflective writing is a useful approach for nurses to learn from experience.In nursing, self reflection is essential to acknowledge own strength and limitation and to initiate necessary changes in future to improve the situation and for professional development (Ushe,Foster& Stewart,2012). I have selected Gibb’s reflective cycle to reflect the incident as it helps to express … Read more

How to Live a Healthy Life

Obesity among adults and teenagers is considered to be one of the most common and disturbing problems globally, at least in economically prosperous countries. Not even only adults and teenagers, but little children too sometimes when their parents are not aware of their daily routine of foods disturbs them too. Though food manufacturers notify customers … Read more

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

Scientists are always looking for different ways to cure certain diseases; however, their methods may be questionable. In Rebecca Skloot’s The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Skloot is investigating the connection between cancer patient Henrietta Lacks and modern day medical research. Even for those without a background in medicine, this novel is interesting and easy … Read more

Running Head Discussion

Some virtual teams at Boeing have discussions focused on military aircraft. Do some Internet research on UC security mechanisms and identify and briefly describe several that Boeing should have in place to ensure the privacy and integrity of such discussions. As organizations started relying more on unified communications, the management of voice, video and messaging … Read more

The Period Party

The first menstrual period can be very stressful for some girls. As it happened to Katie in the TV commercial, “First Moon Party,” by HelloFlo, which advertises a menstruation starter kit. The story is about Katie, a girl who wants her period so badly that fakes it. In her desperation to become a lady, she … Read more

Nursing Metaparadigm

American Nurse Association (2015) defines nursing as “the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, facilitation of healing, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations.” The metaparadigm of nursing involves the person, health, … Read more

The caffeine consumption review

We all love to drink coffee, we used to drink coffee when we wake up in the everyday to kick-start our morning. But you will absolutely not love the bad effects that coffee can bring to you.Caffeine goes about as a stimulant by enacting the central nervous system. It can battle tiredness and enhance concentration … Read more

The Main Causes of Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is a condition characterized by presence of excess fat in the body of a child aged above two years (Birch, et al, 2011). There is no definite and direct way of determining if one has excess fat in their body, conversely, the Body Mass Index (BMI), is used to determine whether one is … Read more

Should Marijuana be legalised?

Drug addiction is something societies all over the world rarely accept. People who say, “A glass of beer after a long work day keeps me relaxed and ready for the next day of work” sounds normal. However a phrase just like the previous one, “A shot of heroin after a long work day keeps me … Read more

The CrossFit Exercise Program

Crossfit is a particular exercise. Unlike extra activities, it combines a wide diversity of particular motion, life, and exercises. Workouts which, of course, are not as efficient if, performed wearing generic shoes. While it comes down to current age CrossFit footwear, it has enhanced by leaps and bounds. Today’s largest CrossFit shoes and trail running … Read more

Analysis of the Significance of Vitamin B12

According to the National Institutes of Health, Vitamin B12 is naturally found in a variety of animal foods. Since vegetarians and vegans consume little, if any, animal products, they are encouraged to take vitamin B12 supplements. Additionally, individuals over age 50 often do not have enough hydrochloric acid in their stomachs to absorb vitamin B12 … Read more

The Random Access Memory

RAM (random access memory) is the memory that the computer can use ‘randomly’, this is the memory that is kept available for programs to use – the memory available is measured in gigabytes (GB) and speed is measured in megahertz. This means the more RAM a computer has, the faster it will operate and will … Read more


What is Greenwashing? Simply put it is whitewashing, using a green brush. Everyone has heard the expression “whitewashing” which is described as “a coordinated attempt to hide unpleasant facts, especially in a political context.” “Greenwashing” is the same premise, but the context is the environment. When companies spend time and money claiming to be green … Read more

Active recovery modalities

This week we will finish the topic of recovery by looking at active recovery modalities, nutrition, and some recovery methods that claim to work but may not actually do what they claim. If passive recovery methods are those you can apply with little to no effort, active recovery methods are those that require you actually … Read more

Hormone Sensitive Lipase

Hormone sensitive lipase is to mediate the hydrolysis not only of triacyl glycerol stored in adipose tissue but also of cholesterol esters in the adrenals, ovaries, testes, and macrophages (Holm, 2003). For those that lack of HSL is breakdown of cellular fat stores fuels energy production and multiple anabolic processes (Zechner & Langin, 2014). HSL … Read more

Clinical Use of Substrate Oxidation

Due to the proposed role of RQ and RER as a marker for substrate use, RQ and RER are often a popular clinical parameter to nutritionists to assess feeding adequacy (24). As a marker for substrate use, the RQ and RER can identify the metabolic consequences of under or overfeeding and the macronutrient distribution of … Read more

Digestive system: what is it?

DIGESTION is important for breaking down food into nutrients, which the body uses for energy, growth, and cell repair. Food and drink must be changed into smaller molecules of nutrients before the blood absorbs them and carries them to cells throughout the body. The body breaks down nutrients from food and drink into carbohydrates, protein, … Read more

Painting a Picture: The Importance of Subjective Measures

Introduction Measurement of stress in occupational health settings can be grouped into two general measurement methodologies, objective and subjective measures. Perrewe and Zellars (1999) argued subjective measures are more valuable than objective measures, while Frese and Zapf (1999), and Schaubroeck (1999) provided opposing insights, stating that it is unrealistic, time-consuming and costly to account for … Read more

What is Biomimetics?

“ Biomimetics is the learning of the structure and function of biological systems as models for the design and engineering of material and machines. In other words, we can say that it is recollection of nature, models, systems, processes and elements to take inspiration from it in order to solve problem faced by human. Biomimetics … Read more

Vision, Mission, & Ethics in Organizations

Any new hire within the company structure should understand what is expected of them. It allows a new employee to conduct themselves according to the merits found in the best interest of the organization, its partners, clients and shareholders. This alignment can be achieved in multiple ways. This includes a published code of ethics, a … Read more

7 Superfoods That Keep Your Body and Mind Strong

Superfoods are rich in nutrients and promote good health and well-being. Not only does it improve the immune system (at the same time, humans have less work for humans), but also contact with the body, inflammation (CINA) reduces and eliminates harmful bacteria. Bonus: those who eat fast foods regularly are healthier and less. What better … Read more

Neuroplasticity Definition And Benefits

Abstract This paper will present a deeper insight about what neuroplasticity means and the importance it has. More than five published articles and academic journals will be employed to support and analyze the subject of neuroplasticity. These articles and academic journals will provide evidence on the importance neuroplasticity has for people who have suffered a … Read more