The Importance of Eating Organic

Food is one of the most important essential in our life for it brings energy to the body in order to keep it functioning. What we consume everyday determines the level of healthiness in our body. However, without food the body won’t be able to perform daily task and function well. Moreover, the human body … 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

Lung Cancer Prevention

Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women. Lung cancer prevention is more than just avoiding smoking. More than half of the people who get lung cancer are not current smokers. Here are a few tips that might help prevent lung cancer: Avoid smoking: Smoking is the one of the … Read more

Mental Illness And Its Different- Forms

The Stigma of Mental Illness & Forms of Treatment It is still clear as ever in this contemporary day and age that a great stigma remains attached to the subject of mental illness. Even in recent scientific surveys conducted, results demonstrated that “increased awareness” of the neurobiological cause of mental illness still has not tempered … Read more

The Themes of the Advancement of Technology and Its Effects on the Psychosocial Health of People in The Veldt, a Short Story by Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury is an award-winning author widely known for his descriptive style of writing in American literature. Branded by careful construction of ordinary details and use of figurative language he has demonstrated a great deal of success in using symbolism in his works (New World Encyclopedia contributors).‘The Veldt’by Ray Bradbury, is a short science fiction … Read more

The benefits, duties, and roles of a Phlebotomist

Did you know that in the medieval times in Europe, barbers worked as Phlebotomists (“Five Interesting Facts About Phlebotomy.”)? Most people think Phlebotomist are not important, but it just so happens that they are. They are usually one of the first people patients see in a procedure. The life of a Phlebotomist is characterized by … Read more

Core Anatomy of human body

The core has been described as a box which is made up of muscles including abdominals which makes up the front wall, paraspinal and gluteal muscles makes up the back wall, while the diaphragm makes up the roof and the pelvic floor and hip girdle muscles makes up the bottom. Inside this box are 29 … Read more

Drag and Its Types

DRAG Drag is resistance of air to the shape of the aircraft. From drag can be reduced by streamlining the aircraft shape. Aerodynamics is the study of how air flows over objects and the forces that the air and objects exert on each other. Drag is the force of wind or air resistance pushing in … Read more

What are Sensory Modalities?

Sensory Modalities A sensory modality is a way of sensing, like vision or hearing. Modality in someone’s voice gives a sense of the person’s mood. In logic, modality has to do with whether a proposition is necessary, possible, or impossible. In general, amodality is a particular way in which something exists. Stimulus modality, also called … Read more

Post-micturition Convulsion Syndrome

Post-micturition convulsion syndrome sometimes called pee shudder or pee shiver is the involuntarily shiver that happens to some of us, especially men when we void a large amount of urine. This has affected most of us, especially the men but well it’s not something dangerous or something that could cause for alarm; in fact, it’s … Read more

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a disease that destroys nerve cells and causes disability. The nerve cells gradually break down and die. Muscle twitching, weakness in a limb, or slurred speech is how ALS typically starts. It eventually affects the muscles needed to move, speak, and breath.The disease is progressive, and currently … Read more

Hindu Religion Physical And Mental Exercises

The term has a few meanings. It’s both a school of thought in the Hindu religion, and a system of mental and physical exercise developed by this school. All forms of originated in India. People who follow this school, and practice any form of are called yogis, or yogins. Students study under prolonged and careful … Read more

Mindfulness in Video Games

Mindfulness and Video Games Video games have been a part of my life since I was young. Some of my fondest memories from my childhood are of my dad and I spending time together as I forced him to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for me for what had to have been … Read more

The Comparisons And Contrasts Of Japanese And Filipino Eating Etiquettes

Asian countries are known for their rich culture and traditions. They are still very much connected with their customs that are passed on from previous generations. Although there have been various modern technologies and other development, some traditions are still maintained. Japan is a first world country hence; their cultures are very authentic and preserved. … Read more

Medical Nursing In Veterinary Medicine

Medical Nursing In veterinary medicine, orogastric intubation is performed on canines to feed neonates that lack a suckeling reflex or cannot nurse. This procedure is also used to decompress the stomach in the case of gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV) or to perform gastric lavage after a toxin ingestion. In neonate puppies, a small tube is measured … Read more

Causes And Care For Bad Breath

“ Bad breath is caused by odor-producing bacteria that grow in the mouth. When you don’t brush and floss regularly, bacteria accumulate on the bits of food left in your mouth and between your teeth. The sulfur compounds released by these bacteria make your breath smell. Bad breath, or halitosis, can be a major problem, … Read more

Contributions to psychology: Judith Lewis Herman and Sigmund Freud

In creating psychoanalysis, Freud developed therapeutic techniques such as the use of free association and discovered transference, establishing its central role in the analytic process. Freud’s redefinition of sexuality to include its infantile forms led him to formulate the Oedipus complex as the central tenet of psychoanalytical theory. His analysis of dreams as wish-fulfillments provided … Read more

Six Star Pre-Workout Explosion

While reviewing supplements, we figured out that they help us in every way to add convenience to our workout regimen in this modern life which is plagued with ensembles of distractions. However, we also found out that most fitness enthusiasts think that a post-workout supplement is sufficient to get the results that they are looking … Read more

Contact lenses versus glasses: what is better?

As you probably already know, there are quite a few differences between contact lenses and eye glasses. Glasses have been around a lot longer than contacts, although most people prefer to wear contacts instead of glasses. Contacts have become popular over the years, proving to be the best alternative to wearing bulky glasses. When you … Read more

Leadership Interview Of Sue Eckert, Senior Vice President Of Nursing At Medstar Washington Hospital Center

Leadership Interview:Sue Eckert, Senior Vice President of Nursing at Medstar Washington Hospital Center The George Washington UniversityMedStar Washington Hospital Center is the largest hospital in Washington D.C.; With 926 beds and roughly 2400 employees within MWHC’s nursing department, it is also among the 50 largest in the entire nation. The oversight and management of such … Read more

Primary Health Care

Healthcare is something that every single person requires access to. But there are many people throughout South Africa as well as the rest of the world who cannot afford even the most basic of health care. This is a prominent problem throughout our society and one that the comprehensive approach to primary health care (PHC) … Read more

Social Inclusion Of Persons With Disabilities

Disability can be a physical limitation, but nothing can limit a person’s skills. A disability is basically impairment, it can be developmental, intellectual, sensory, mental, physical or some other combination of it. Disability can be from birth or it can be caused by accident or some other unfortunate incident that happens unexpectedly and unintentionally, typically … Read more

Statement of the Problem

There are a lot of attitudes that have been brought about through the centuries about death, and the dying. Death is a natural process, and many still fear it. People can fill many roles while caring for the patient, while they are dying, and the dying goes through many stages before the event occurs. There … Read more

Innovation in health and medicine

Rapidly changing medical technology and availability of high technology diagnostic and therapeutic equipment together with changing practice pattern of doctors has revolutionized the way health care is being delivered today. Without doubt, medical technology is indispensable for people’s health and better quality of life in some areas; and contributes billions of dollars to the economy. … Read more

The Spread of Afrikaner Nationalism in South Africa

The rise of Afrikaner nationalism was incumbent on Afrikaners’ attitudes towards, reactions to and engrained social identity of class. Class was significant to Afrikaner nationalism both internally, in reference to class structure within the Afrikaner culture, and externally, in relation to Afrikaners in the wider South African class structure. A mutual understanding of the importance … Read more