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Number of words: 833 - Number of pages: 4

.... which will be useless in developing the thesis, that include five articles, three books, and a dictionary. Five articles, namely “When fear takes over”. “Everyone does it”, “Social Anxiety”, “The fight to conquer fear”, and “Adam: A Child's Courageous Battle Against Mental Illness.” Will be of no value in supporting the thesis. The facts in these sources are almost scarcely useful in supporting the thesis. However, the first article completely discusses a persons struggle with schizophrenia and the way in which the person tries to overcome the obstacle. The sec .....

The Dangers Of Sniffing Glue
Number of words: 374 - Number of pages: 2

.... kidney and liver damage, and damage to the central nervous system (including the brain). Sniffing glue out of a plastic bag can cause suffocation. If you pass out the bag can remain stuck to your face. Never leave someone who's been sniffing glue on their own. Many sudden deaths are caused by glue sniffing. The location of where someone sniffs can be a danger too. Busy roads, railways, building sites, canals and rivers become extremely dangerous if you've been sniffing solvents. You could fall in a river and not remember how to swim. You might think there's pl .....

Healing Health Care
Number of words: 825 - Number of pages: 3

.... 30 percent faster that of other goods, placing far out of the financial reach of the working class of this nation. It is time to consider a true national health-care system, in order to insure that everyone, not just the wealthy, can enjoy good health. As it stands, America is the only civilized country where access to basic health care depends on where one works and how much one is paid. For many well insured people there is debate about our nation¹s stance on the separation between the individual and the state, but the fact of the mater is that if our frie .....

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.... as opposed to merely excessive or irresponsible drinking, has been variously thought of as a symptom of psychological or social stress or as a learned, maladaptive coping behavior. More recently, and probably more accurately, it has come to be viewed as a complex disease entity in its own right. Alcoholism usually develops over a period of years. Early and subtle symptoms include placing excessive importance on the availability of alcohol. Ensuring this availability strongly influences the person's choice of associates or activities. Alcohol come .....

Homosexuality And The Healthcare Profession
Number of words: 3338 - Number of pages: 13

.... for writing this paper comes from his work as a volunteer for a local gay/lesbian helpline, as well as his observations within his professional work-place, namely, an Intensive Care Unit. A phobia is defined by Collins (1993) as, "an irrational and morbid condition; an intense and unreasoning fear or dislike." From this, homophobia can be defined as, "a pattern of attitudes - a revulsion towards homosexuals and often the desire to inflict punishment, mental or physical, as retribution" (Weinberg 1972). According to Collins (1993) an attitude is a, "way of th .....

Physician Assisted Suicide Right/Wrong
Number of words: 500 - Number of pages: 2

.... instructions against suicide, only prohibitions of killing which are better interpreted as forbidding the unlawful killing of others.Besides, the suicides that do occur in the Bible-Samson,Saul and Judas among others-are not described in a disapproving manner. Both Jewish and Christian disapproval of suicide dates from the fourth century AD, late in the development of both religons, and does not derive directly from scripture. Ironically, the Christian Church, encouraged by the arguments of St.Augustine, adopted a strict prohibition against suicide precisely b .....

Abortion And American Legal System
Number of words: 446 - Number of pages: 2

.... Many feel this denies adolescents “equal rights, equal access, and real choice”. Once again chipping away from women’s reproductive rights, and further restricting the earlier Roe v. Wade decision. The law is contradicting because it does in fact place obstacles in the way of a woman’s obtaining an abortion. From the readings in the Mahler text, one can assume that Nigeria does not have a stable democracy. After reading this passage I was asked to analyze and access the Nigerian regime in terms of state autonomy and whether it has state capacity in terms .....

Attention Deficit Disorder
Number of words: 1098 - Number of pages: 4

.... makes it very difficult for children to follow along in class. Usually children with A.D.H.D. are more problematic or harder to keep in line, because A.D.H..D. is involving much more hyperactive behavior. A.D.D. is a genetic disease, and in the case of A..D..D. If a child has it there is a more than good chance the parent has it as well. Fifty percent of parents that have kids with A.D.D. have A.D.D. as well. There are many different symptoms and effects of A..D..D. such as Bad organization this is due to being very anxious because of the disease, they .....

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