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

Green tea to treat and prevent heartburn and acid reflux.

How to cure acid reflux with green tea When the lower esophageal sphincter does not contract properly, it allows digestive acids to move from the stomach to the esophagus, causing burning sensations in the chest and throat. This is what is commonly known as heart burn, or in more severe cases, acid reflux. Unhealthy eating … Read more

The US Healthcare Policy: Evaluation, Analysis, and Revision

The Evaluation Stage Defining the Evaluation Stage. The evaluation stage occurs during or after implementation and it helps determine whether or not the policy is currently successful or if it has weaknesses. The evaluation stage delves further into the policy by critically analyzing what will make the policy a positive legislative device. (Cairney 2013). The … Read more

The Significance Of Homeostasis

The role of homeostasis is to maintain a constant internal environment within the body despite changes in the external environment. For example, the body is able to keep its core temperature, blood sugar levels and water balance relatively constant.This ensures the survival and functioning of cells, organs and tissues. If homeostasis were to cease and … Read more

Analysis Of The Core Ideas Presented In The Documentary “The Secrets Of Sugar”

What is this sweetener that many unknowingly crave in their modern diet? The sweet component known as sugar has successfully been rooted in today’s society a necessity. An ingredient that most everyone loves. Some may even claim that consuming sugar equates to the same effects that an addiction has on the brain. Studies are now … Read more

An Analysis of the Health Impacts of Cosmetic Surgeries

Many women have an experience that wish to transform to ideal looks and become popular in the community. In general, women have tendency to pay attention their looks and mostly women have body dissatisfaction differently. For improving this dissatisfaction, having cosmetic surgery is very popular way to solve the issue of having body dissatisfaction. Historically, … Read more

The structural portion of Psychoanalytic theory by Sigmund Freud

The structural portion of Psychoanalytic theory by Sigmund Freud, attempts to explain how the unconscious mind function with three distinct components, namely id, ego and superego and how the conflict between two of the three component could give rise to Marilyn’s behaviours when her phobia of the dark is activated. The maintenance of Marilyn’s behaviour … Read more

Principles of the American Physical Therapy Association

“Transforming society by optimizing movement to improve the human experience.” (APTA). This is the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) vision for all members and Physical Therapist. As a student, in a doctorate of physical therapy (DPT) program, I want to reflect on how that vision will advance my personal and professional development in my career … Read more

Evaluation of the Advantages Associated With Social Media Dependency

Benefiting from an Addiction Smart phones are carried by almost everyone these days, adults, teenagers, and even children! They offer people an easy access to worldwide information while being anywhere in the world. By using social media, people can sort through different posts concerning different topics that interest them. However, just like it is with … Read more

Vestibuloplasty by Lip Switch Procedure – A Case Report

Maintenance of oral hygiene is required for optimum periodontal health that increases the longevity of the person’s natural dentition. The objective of periodontal therapy is to reproduce an environment which results in a high standard of oral hygiene as inadequate oral hygiene is associated with mucogingival deformities. Periodontal plastic surgery emphasizes biological, functional problems that … Read more

How does garlic work for tooth pain?

Garlic is a natural, simple, low cost and quick-acting treatment for a toothache. There are different ways to use it to soothe a toothache. Use them according to your convenience and preference. Head of fresh whole garlic Remove a clove from a garlic head. Carefully remove the skin of the garlic clove. Place the whole … Read more

My impressions about the book: The curious incident of the dog in the night time

The main social issue dealt with in the book is ‘mentally disable boy’. Christopher Boone, a 15 years old boy’s disability causes some challenges like the disabling environment in which he lives. This disabling environment includes a number of deal with Christopher and his many unique requirements and rites. For example, he only eats foods … Read more

South Korea saunas

Other ways to raise our core temperature are saunas, hot baths and steam rooms. Many cultures around the world believe in the healing effects of varying degrees of hot and cold therapy. In South Korea (and in Korean immigrant communities in the Western world), it is a common wellness practice to visit a jjimjilbang. Many … Read more

Bredon School in the UK

Bredon is a dyslexia and dyspraxia specialist boarding and day school for pupils aged between 7 and 18 years old. Nestled in the most glorious, rural surroundings, and yet only ten minutes to major motorway networks, one hour to Birmingham airport and two hours to London airports. A hidden gem! Helping every child to achieve … Read more

Yoga and Pregnancy

Pregnancy and birth is the largest emotional and physical change that a woman’s’ body will undergo. It is a time of great change where women become more aware of the workings of their body, and as the baby grows in the womb, the extra weight results in an altered center of gravity and postural changes … Read more

Adaptive memory

Memory is one of the intriguing topics to study in cognitive psychology; it is something we rely on for our daily activities i.e. we use memory remember/recollect information relevant to our day to day activities. Whereas there are traditional approaches to study memory by conducting researches on the framework of levels of processing model and … Read more

Plant innate immunity

Plants are infected by a huge number of pathogens of which only a few succeed in causing disease. The attack by others is responded by a sophisticated immune system possessed by the plants. Entry of phytopathogen is a vital step in causing disease. Especially in viral infection, entry is possibly through physical injuries induced either … Read more

Importance of Sports

Did you know that playing sports can lead to a healthy heart and an extended lifespan? You probably already do. We are all aware of how playing sports can do wonders for your health. However, pointing out the obvious would mean understating the incredible history behind sports and the equally incredible values that accompany them. … 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

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