The Importance of Sleep for College Students

It is a common practice among the college students to pull an all night before a test. All-nighters forego sleep at the expense of other activities usually to study. The increased demand makes it impossible for students to have a feasible consistent studying schedule. Work, academic obligations and socializing intensify and hence they require more … Read more

Phineas Gage disease

In winter of 1850 phineas goes to boston so the doctors there can for themselves what are doctors like in in 1850 they look like gentlemen or at least they do in oil portraits you’d see a row of wise faces satin waistcoats gold watch chains and side whiskers photographs of doctors at work though … Read more

Insomnia: Types, Causes and Consequences

According to National Sleep Foundation (NFS), USA, following types of insomnia has been found. Acute insomnia – a brief episode of difficulty sleeping. Acute insomnia is usually caused by a life event, such as a stressful change in a person’s job, receiving bad news, or travel. Often acute insomnia resolves without any treatment. Chronic insomnia … 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

Can War Be Justified?

War is an inevitable death to the mankind. Unlike usual events, war is an action of people imposed on other people. Occasionally this bitter and brutal war; came through the ethnic tensions between the majority and minority, which are making gigantic difficulties till today. War is by usually carries feel of criminal, but can it … Read more

Path to Success Analysis Paper

No matter how prepared someone may think they are, everyone encounters setbacks at some point in their lives. The difficult thing about it is that regardless of similar setbacks, everyone’s solutions are different in some way. You can spend hours on the internet trying to find out how people solved their problems, but those things … Read more

Mental Illness In "Yellow Wallpaper" By Charlotte Perkins Gilman

‘Yellow Wallpaper’ by Charlotte Perkins Gilman Mental illness is an issue that is all too familiar. However, it is perturbing that a significant section of the society still experiences difficulty in accepting mental conditions. Mental illness currently represents a significant proportion of the global disease burden and is considered by physicians to be a common … Read more

Borderline Personality Disorder of The Protagonist In ‘Good Will Hunting’ Movie

Good Will Hunting Reflection In the movie Good Will Hunting the main character, Will Hunting, can be diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. I think he has this disorder because people with borderline personality disorder see the world in black and white, apply their harsh either/or judgments to others and to themselves, have an unstable sense … Read more

The Digestive Process of Food in the Alimentary Canal and Accessory Digestive Organs in the Digestive System of the Human Body

The digestive system is categories into two separate groups, these groups are called the alimentary canal, and the accessory digestive organs. The major processes of the alimentary canal include, ingesting which is consuming any type of substance our body is able to swallow, digesting the breaking down of any dissolvable material and absorbing the chemical … Read more

"The Good dog foundation"

There is one program I chose to write about and research it is called The Good dog foundation. The Good Dog Foundation is a nonprofit organization that relies heavily on the kindness and generosity of their human and canine volunteers to provide animal-assisted therapy to those in need. The gift of healing and wellness is … Read more

Importance of Fat in a Diet

Fat is an essential part of our daily diet and is important for good health. There are different types of fats, some fats being healthier than other. To help make sure you stay healthy, it is important to eat unsaturated fats in small amounts as part of balanced diet. When eaten in large amounts, all … Read more

Healthcare System in Qatar

PREVENTATIVE HEALTHCARE Preventative healthcare is the fight against contagious diseases. As such Qatar has a comprehensive list of vaccinations for new born and was one of the first countries to add an ant influenza vaccine to this list. As well as contagious diseases a section was set up for non-communicable conditions such as tobacco addiction, … Read more

An Analysis of Huntington’s disease

The disease that I have chosen for my research essay is most commonly known as ‘Huntington’s Disease or the scientific name for it which is ‘Huntington’s chorea’. Huntington’s disease is a Neurodegenerative disease that progresses over time, causing the death of brain cells usually in Your 30’s to 40’s. Huntington’s disease is hereditary and dominant, … Read more

Polysorbate 80

There are some studies showed that Polysorbate 80 has been linked to infertility in mice, an increased risk of blood clots, heart attack, stroke, heart failure and even the recurrence of cancer. This additive was indicated by a article in PubMed as a causative agent of pregnant women going into anaphylactic shock. Other studies showed … Read more

Traditional medicine in the world

The traditional medicine is one of the oldest in world. It had different branches like Ayurveda,Yoga, Siddha, Tantric, and folk medicine. People used various herbs, metal and animals as medicine in order to cure their diseases. The drugs in the pharmacopoeia of the Kaviraj or native medical practitioners are derived alike from the vegetable, animal … Read more

The Process of Respiration

Respiration has a critically vital role in our lives. The process of respiration is essential for not only life but also speech production. Although the two are closely intertwined, the function of speech for life is vastly different from respiration for speech. Respiration is breathing moving air in and out of our lungs. The process … Read more

Comparing the Concept of Human Morality in Emily Dickinson’s Because I Could Not Stop for Death and Alfred Lord Tennyson’s Tears, Idle Tears

The poems “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” by Emily Dickinson and “Song: Tears, Idle Tears” dramatize different attitudes toward human mortality. The theme of mortality is analysed in poem “Song: Tears, Idle Tears” by exhibiting fascination with the death of poet’s loved ones whereas the poem “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” … Read more

Depression Among International Students

Depression among international students In the present scenario many students move to foreign countries to explore the knowledge and learn practical skills to achieve their life goals. During this period, they face some challenges that turn in to depression. The depression is a mental health illness that affect human behaviours negatively. The main indications of … Read more

Pros and Cons of Caesarean Section Delivery

Caesarean section delivery is also called as C-section delivery. This method involves the deployment of surgery for delivering babies i.e. one or more. The Caesarean section delivery is often essential when there is risk on the life of mother or baby due to vaginal delivery. This may include issues with the umbilical cord or placenta, … Read more

SAS OLAP Server overview

KEY BENEFITS Build consistent OLAP cubes using an integrated ETL process. Using a simplified ETL process, SAS OLAP Server makes it easy to build consistent OLAP cubes from disparate systems. Integrated metadata ensures that consistent information is delivered across the enterprise and enables IT to quickly justify data integrity. Quickly populate your BI applications with … Read more

The Constant Gardener And Blood Diamond As Examples Of The Evolution Of Film In Africa

The Constant Gardener and Blood Diamond are examples of the evolution of film in Africa. The films both reference the African environment, landscape and quest for African resources. Cinematography is used in a way that captures the beauty and horrors of Africa. Yet, both films pay homage to the uneasy coexistence of Africans at the … Read more

The Importance of Quitting Smoking

Let’s Quit Smoking! It is better to be late than sorry! Eh? Al hale to the decision of smoking cessation. But wait; are you scared of the whole process? And do you think it’s going to be nearly impossible? Is it due to the fact that you tried quitting twice, but no success? Well, not … Read more

A Case Study on Rabies

Rabies case study Rabies is a very interesting disease to research as it is such a complex virus. It is a zoonotic disease spread through bites or saliva of an infected animal. It is usually fatal as it does not show definitive signs of the infection until it is too late. The only diagnosis is … Read more

What is Sonography?

Sonography is beginning to be an important but great source of technology in the medical field. “Sonography is a diagnostic medical procedure that uses high frequency sound waves to produce dynamic visual images of organs, tissues, or blood flow in the body (Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography).” Sonographers use ultrasounds to monitor many things in … Read more

The Importance of Being HIPAA Compliant

HIPAA compliance isn’t a very difficult concept to comprehend. Basically, you don’t share a patient’s medical information with anyone that isn’t the patient or has been designated by the patient. Examples of HIPAA compliance in a medical office include physical patient files that are kept under lock and key, away from unauthorized persons and electronic … Read more

Ways of Making Exercise More Fun

Making Exercise More Fun Nothing beats waking up in the morning with the thought of going to the gym to lift weights or jog on the treadmill. After a hard days work, the gym is one place you don’t even want to think about. Sometimes, even the thought of exercising at home with your own … Read more

The Signs of Psychological Disorders of Polonius in The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, a Play by William Shakespeare

The Psychological Health of Polonius In The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, several characters exhibit the signs of possible psychological disorders, such as Prince Hamlet, Ophelia, and Polonius. With Polonius, Shakespeare seems to characterize a sneaky, untrustworthy snake of a man. Upon further inspection, however, it seems likely that Polonius suffered from one or … Read more

Review on Hemophilia bleeding disorder

Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder. It can make the body not be able to clot blood normally, and have excessive bleeding after an injury. There is not enough clotting factor in their blood. Clotting factor is a protein in blood that controls bleeding. People with hemophilia do not bleed any faster than normal, but can … Read more

Discovering Three Main Reasons for Body Modification Practices

Body Modification Body modifications have been around for thousands of year. The oldest documented tattoo is from Otzi the iceman from 3300 BC ,states fragrancex.com. Since then, many more body modifications have evolved, such as; scarification, skin stretching, forked tongue. “Body modification is the deliberate altering of the human anatomy or human physical appearance,” says … Read more

Pros And Cons Of D- Aspartic Acid

D-Aspartic is a form of amino acid used to boost hormones levels and libido in men. Although the product may give you some health benefits, it also has its drawbacks. It is advisable to consider the D-Aspartic acid (DAA) pros and cons before adding the supplement to your diet. Pros: Boost hormones growth: D-aspartic plays … Read more