Appendix: a Surgical Procedure

A surgical procedure in which the appendix is removed from right lower abdominal wall, while surgical team watches an enlarged image of the patients internal organs on a television monitor. This procedure is preformed by a general surgeon. The appendix is removed when an infection has made it inflamed and swollen resulting in appendicitis. The … Read more

How Artists Are Impacted By The Psychedelic Effects

LSD and the Artist Since LSD became a popular psychedelic hallucinogen in the 1960’s, it has been used as a creativity enhancer by many artists and musicians. The drug itself created a huge wave called the Psychedelic Movement. The psychedelic art movement generally included surrealistic subject matter, fractal patterns, high contrast colors and diffraction patterns. … Read more

The importance and purpose of consumer health informatics

Access to health information of individual patients is one of the basic medical rights of citizens. These are usually accessible through your doctors and other health care providers. As time and technology advances, the health care records of patients are also becoming technologically advanced, and this factor has become more interesting to study for researchers. … Read more

Nutrition concept for the football players

Football, also referred to like football, was an intermittent high-intensity team sport of skill and tactics that enjoys global popularity (Andrews & Itsiopoulos, 2016). Football was a game of strength, speed, and skill; all of which can be affected by what, when and how much an athlete eats and drinks. Athletes need to apply the … Read more

Red Cell 637 Defense Report

Executive Summary Red Cell 637 Defense report presents an analysis of a newly discovered Advanced Persistent Attacked (APT) by unknown individuals. These individuals, either a well-funded states or terrorist group, have set plans to attack and exploit the Western Interconnection power grid. The method of penetration is most likely associated with malware that would be … Read more

The ABC Of Melanoma

Most people sport moles on their bodies. While a majority of these darker colored spots are innocuous, those that begin to show signs of modifications can act as precursors to skin cancer known as Melanoma. Read on to get a quick understanding of this deadly disease. Acquiring sun-kissed skin is an obsession that leads many … Read more

Development and nutritional analysis of Bael fruit and its diverse recipes

The present research reveals the different uses of fresh Bael fruit pulp in various recipes, which is nutritious and healthy for all age groups. The recipes are entirely vegetarian and are prepared considering the medicinal values of the fruit. Bael tree (aegle marmelos), also known as wood apple, has several other names associated with it … Read more

The importance of homeostasis within the human body

Homeostasis is the maintenance of a constant internal environment within an organism or cell to maintain equilibrium, usually using a system of feedback controls to stabilise health and proper functioning. Homeostasis can control steady water levels, blood sugar level and temperature which are vital in survival as they can be changed depending on the external … Read more

The Lethal Injection Debate: For And Against

Cambridge dictionary said: “An injection of a drug that kills someone, especially as a punishment for committing a crime”. Lethal injection is a procedure used to kill people that have been sentenced to death penalty. Thirty-seven states use lethal injection to kill their criminals that are sentenced to death. Lethal injection is used in prison … Read more

Feminism in The Other Two and Roman Fever

Subtle Feminism in Edith Wharton’s stories “The Other Two” and “Roman Fever” Edith Wharton showed her concern with the social pressures placed upon women and the constraining expectations of others with respect to them through her fiction. Wharton portrays her female characters straying from expectations, both societal and personal, with a positive outcome. In “The … Read more

Promoting public health and wellbeing

The aim of this essay is to critically discuss how social determinants of health impact on local health inequalities and predisposition to disease. This assignment seeks to discuss the public health issue of alcohol consumption and misuse and the multi factorialimpacts it has on men in the geographical area of the south west of England. … Read more

Problems faced by elderly

The problems are categorized into 5: Physiological, Psychological, Social, Emotional and Financial. Physiological Problems: Old age is a period of physical decline. Due to the loss of teeth, the jaw becomes smaller and they find it very difficult to chew and there is a problem in speech due to which the matter is not conveyed … Read more

My favourite sport is Basketball

Basketball is my favorite sport. The reason why, is because I’ve been playing basketball since I was eight years old and I became attached to this game. Basketball is a game where two teams play against each other. There are also different players on the team. The different positions are small forward, power forward, point … Read more

Nurse practitioner rough draft 

The profession of nursing in an extremely rewarding job. Nurses are disposed to a new challenge everyday, molding them into stronger individuals. In order to pursue a career as a nurse practitioner , one must understand the duties and important qualities expected, the education required, job security and outlook, and the flexibility and quality of … Read more

Vitamin C in plant oils

Vitamin C has many benefits for our health, including prevention of common cold, but it is not yet confirmed, with more evidence needed to support such suggestion. However, research studies stated that vitamin C can reduce the severity of common cold’s symptoms, especially nasal discharge, as it gives more support to the nasal blood vessels, … Read more

Reflective paper on nursing

Nursing is an exciting profession, but with the levels of interest, there is still a sheer level of challenges that are encountered in the nursing environment. Thus, by writing a reflective practice essay, I would identify the strategies that are applicable and variable to be applied when challenges are encountered as I change from the … Read more

An Impact Of Drunk Driving On Society

The social issue I picked to write on is drunk driving, which in today’s society has become a huge issue. Back when I started driving, drunk driving was not looked upon the same as it does today. People who were involved in an alcohol related crash or accident were usually not punished like they are … Read more

St. Bernadette Death

During her childhood, St. Bernadette lived in Lourdes, France. She was the oldest of her eight siblings. Two days after she was born, Bernadette was baptized at St. Pierre’s Church. St. Bernadette had terrible asthma as a child. As a result, she lived the duration of her life with fragile health. When she was fourteen, … Read more

The Six Sigma programme for the healthcare

The use of Six Sigma is to improve business processes by eliminating the causes for errors that result in the shortcoming in products or services, essentially allowing an organisation to achieve the goal of streamlining their business processes so that they can provide the best products and services with a minimal amount of defects (3.4 … Read more

Transgender health disparities

As the literature suggests, there is a dire need for radical change within medical education programs and practices. In order to address the issue of transgender health disparities, medical training and awareness must be improved upon. There is ample evidence indicating that the medical training programs in the U.S. are not even incorporating LGBTQ health … Read more

What Is Donovanosis, A So-Called ‘Flesh Eating’ Sexually Transmitted Infection?

There are some bacteria in the environment that are so pervasive and detrimental as the disease process caused by them made it looks like we are getting eaten by an unseen entity typically known as the flesh-eating microbial agents. Among all of the sexually transmitted diseases, donovanosis can be considered as one of the flesh-eating … Read more

Sociological imagination by Charles Wright Mills

When one thinks about their existence, one considers their day-to-day life and think about the standards. Charles Wright Mills came up with the concept of sociological imagination which describes how the ponderings of individuals will exceed the ordinary. As one analyzes the outlook of society, sociological imagination will guide one away from their typical thoughts … Read more

Blood circulation in the human body

Although the heart plays one of the biggest roles in the circulatory system, the rest of the system is also very important as it is what transports blood to and from the heart to keep the body alive. Blood is transported throughout the body by blood vessels. Blood vessels are complex structures but can be … Read more

Moral Permissibility of Voluntary and Non-Voluntary Active Euthanasia

This paper will focus on discussing the moral arguments that are popular in the field of discussion on voluntary and non-voluntary euthanasia. I believe that argument that voluntary active euthanasia and non-voluntary euthanasia is not morally permissible is weak in its defense. This paper has been arranged into the following ways.I will first define the … Read more

What is Halasana

Halasana is a combination of the Sanskrit words “hala” which means plow and asana which means posture. Halasana or plow pose is an asana and it gets its name from the plow which is a popular farming tool used in Indian culture to prepare soil for sowing crops. This pose has been given this name … Read more

Water Balance in the Body

Fluid balance is maintained by insuring that the amount of water consumed via food and drink is equal to the amount of water excreted. One way our body keeps us putting in the effort to maintain water balance is through thirst and salt cravings. The kidneys are the most important factor in excretion of water, … Read more

Schizoaffective Disorder: the Bridge between Schizophrenia and Bipolar

Diagnosing Schizoaffective Disorder According to The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health (5th ed.; DSM-5; American Psychiatric Association [APA], 2013), to be diagnosed with Schizophrenia, one must experience at least one symptom of these three: delusions, hallucinations or disorganized speech. They must then experience at least two of these five symptoms: delusions, hallucinations, disorganized … Read more

What is Chronic Kidney Disease?

What Ayurveda says about chronic kidney disease? As per written in Ayurveda, the urine formation and its filtration happens in the kidney, but actually its happens in the intestine only. According to Ayurveda, Fire elements( Fires) helps to dissolve the formation and process of the urine and urine and filtration collects the waste from the … Read more

Weighing the Pros & Cons of Massage Therapy after Chiropractic Treatment in Wasilla

Massage therapy has been around for centuries and has been used for medicinal and/or healing purposes around the world. Has your doctor prescribed chiropractic massage therapy in Wasilla? Are you wondering if chiropractic care with massage therapy could help heal your injuries? Perhaps you have heard or read stories about chiropractic massage therapy and wondered … Read more

What are the types of Side Effects of Clenbuterol? How to avoid the Side Effects?

In todays time many of the stimulant that Body builders use for strength boosting, Clenbuterol reactions can and do happen. A portion of these are gentle and leave alone after some time. However others may turn out to be extraordinarily irritating or dangerous.Clenbuterol (or clenbuterol hydrochloride) is a sympathomimetic amine. Generally used as a bronchodilator … Read more

Ethics for Software Engineering

Software Engineering is writing and designing programs for electronic devices, especially for computers. As a part of the engineering field, it does a great job to make lives of humans easier. In the modern world, humans can’t live without computers and computers cannot work without software. Therefore, Software Engineers have a high responsibility when developing … Read more