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and cannot function properly without it (Hoenders, et.al, 2018). This displeasure with conventional medicine has made alternative treatments a growing interest among patients and therapists (Gureje, ONortje, Makanjuola, Oladeji, Seedat, & Jenkins, 2015). Patients are motivated to try non-addictive, natural supplements that are easier to access. Therapists and physicians are willing to learn about holistic methods that are less intimidating to their patients to help patients better commit to treatment and development. Therapists should proceed with caution and be well-versed in the pros and cons of using alternative medicines because they too, can have negative side effects.
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, but also various portions in the brain that lead to more social activity and positivity. As flowers can make a positive impact in others, flowers should be valued more than just valuable plants that turn carbon dioxide into oxygen by others.
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Ann, S-W., Fujii, E., Jo, H., Miyazaki, Y., Park, B-J., Rodiek, S. (2013). Physiological and
Psychological Response to Floral Scent. HortScience. Retrieved from:
Chapman, A., Gartlehner, G., Kaminski, A., Langley, T., Thaler, K. (2009). Bach Flower
Remedies for psychological problems and pain: a systematic review. BMC Complementary
and Alternative Medicine. Doi: 10.1186
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take insulin injections, but there are two alternative choices to avoid taking insulin injections and they are: transplanting the whole pancreas or the remote islet cells. Human pluripotent stem cells produced islet cell lines that can eventually be used for transplantation. Understanding the entire process of stem cells could even lead to the prevention and treatment of birth defects and cancer.For it or against it? I am entirely for it. The ability to go through a technological advancement such as this one is strongly overwhelming. I know for a fact that this will help out an enormous amount of individuals and become one of the most important scientific breakthroughs to this day. I believe
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ELA 9/3rd Hour
21 March 2016
Animal Testing In Medical Research Should Be Illegal
Animals are being killed every day due to research in cosmetics, medicine, and other human products. Drugs we get from animal testing are extremely dangerous to both animals and humans. Creatures used in medical labs get treated poorly. What happens to animals after they are done with their research? There are other options, which are more successful in testing medicines, than killing animals to research medicine. God didn’t create all these animals just so we could kill them and destroy their homes.
“94% of medications passed through animal testing fail in working on
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prevention had significant public health potential. MBCT appeared to be tolerable and proved conferring benefits of being beneficial to active depressed patients when past treatment interventions had failed. There are convincing hypothetical facts to consider Mindfulness therapy as an alternative therapy in anxiety disorders as well.
Patients unwilling to continue anti-depressants should be educated on Mindfulness therapy as n alternative to continued pharmacotherapy (Sipe, et al, 2012).
Attention, awareness and presence are all characteristics of the idea of mindfulness and are viewed to be repeated /similar ideas. According to Tusaie and Edds (2009) it was discussed that other
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-style communities and The Thiel Scholarship. These alternative options mentioned in the film offer opportunities for students interested in business careers or Entrepreneurship. However the film did not state any similar programs for students who are seeking employment in fields such as engineering, health/medicine and even teaching. Additionally, this further proves the filmmaker’s claim that college is still needed and important for a successful career.
The Ivory Tower gives justifiable information and statistics that thoroughly support the filmmaker’s claim that college is still worth it. Yes, The documentary Ivory Tower effectively conveys the claim that a college degree is still worth
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alternative methodologies that have been developed and question whether animal experimentation has provided any benefits that could not have been obtained through other means.Since 1901, sixty-five of the eighty-eight Nobel Prizes awarded in physiology or medicine have been for discoveries and advances that involved the use of experimental animals. A 1996 poll of all living Nobel winners in the field of medicine found that the use of animals in research has been and continues to be vital to medical progress.Some say that animal activists have targeted medical research because the benefits of animal research are not well understood by the public, and scientists are less able to defend themselves than
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18 April 2018
Audience: Mrs. Zerwas has no generated opinion on this topic, but thinks that there is a
better alternative than medicine.
Purpose: I will be trying to show Mrs. Zerwas how the drug Adderall is bad and why it
should not be used, given that she hasn’t generated an opinion yet.
Abuse of Adderall
In today's society every child feels the pressure to be the best and achieve highly in
academics, athletics, and in the working community. Every generation looks for a way to get the
edge over their peers and mine has found the drugs Adderall and Ritalin. Many obstacles will
come along the road to success and in order to tackle them with ease
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Due: February 28, 2018
Death and Dying
Death and dying is normal process that every human being will go through, even though the process may vary from person to person. Not everyone will have the same experience and every case will be unique. Whether we acknowledge or not many people fear death, we tend to view death as an enemy and try to avoid it with technology and medicine. People die from many causes from age to terminal cancer.
There is 5 stages of grief, anybody who has experienced loss will experience these 5 stages. The first stage of grief is denial, one may not agree they have a disease and will try to obtain information from another doctor, because they feel like
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PAGE PAGE 1 The Structure of DNA
The Structure of DNADNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is the hereditary material in humans and almostall other organisms. Nearly every cell in a person's body has the same DNA. Most DNAis located in the cell nucleus (it is called nuclear DNA), but a small amount of DNAcan also be found in the mitochondria (U.S. National Library of Medicine, 2009). ADNA molecule consists of two chains of nucleotides (polymers of nucleic acid eachcomposed of a phosphate, a five carbon sugar, and a nitrogenous base) that spiral to formthe double helix shape. The nucleotides that forms the DNA structure are organized sotheir sugar-phosphate components face the outside and form
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daily quality of life is there. Additional opportunities include the chance to work closely with the local authorities/powers that really exist (the true community leaders) to achieve both short term help with immediate relief (clean drinking water, food, medicine, etc.), as well as to build long term quality housing, ongoing medical care, schools, businesses, and more.
Threats: The largest threat is probably the feeling of mistrust. Fortunately, that can be reduced with direct communication and honest relationships. Another threat is the sheer magnitude of what needs to be done, and that there is a fairly high level of urgency, especially for basic sanitation, and so on. Realistic analysis of
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prevents such deterrent effects, best outlined by Lord Denning in Whitehouse[footnoteRef:11], like doctors refusing to work on patients that are complicated and high risk due to fear of liability if something goes wrong; young people being deterred from the medical profession; and doctors becoming extra-cautious which could lead to unnecessary treatment and defensive medicine to avoid liability which in itself is bad for patients financially, emotionally, and perhaps physically if too many treatments have negative effects on their health. In this way, the standard of care in place can be seen to protect patients. [11: Whitehouse v Jordan  1 WLR 246.]
An alternative for medical negligence
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curly hair. Freeman lied and promised to save her curls, and when Alice awoke from the 4-hour long operation, she couldn't remember what she was afraid of. She wore a placid expression and manifested no anxiety or apprehension, and seemed to have lost her sparkle. This did not discourage Freeman, and he began to perfecting the lobotomy, but needed to make a few initial and drastic changes to the procedure. First, he decided that most surgeons were more concerned with defending the safety of their approach than they were with demonstrating its effectiveness, and so he created a cheaper alternative that resulted in the same general outcome. Second, he wanted to perform the lobotomy himself and
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to people suffering from emotional trauma, or who are looking for alternative medicine. In Karen Cangialosi’s article, “Healing through the Written Word,” that first appeared in The Permanente Journal, she invites us into the wellness center through her use of the first-person; in addition, she commendably uses an appeal to expert opinion, real-life examples as to create emotional appeals in order to persuade her audience to use the power of writing to heal.
Cangialosi is careful to draw from the work of a variety of experts so that she might make her case that writing has the power to heal. She even considers poets to be experts. In the beginning of her article, Cangialosi quotes EE
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now discuss the applications of this unorthodox medicine and how psychotherapists can achieve the equivalent of years’ worth of therapy in a single 4-8 hour session. How the brain reacts to this therapy and other effects this medication has on the psyche and the first hand testimonies of patients from these trials
E. PREVIEW OF MAIN POINTS (may be combined with thesis)
1. This is one complete sentence previewing first main point.
2. This is one complete sentence previewing second main point.
3. This is one complete sentence previewing third main point.
Transition: This is a sentence that helps the audience move into the body of your speech.
A. First main point goes here as a complete
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trading in one crisis for another”. This article is persuasive, well written but lacks scientific evidence to the issue, it appeals to the readers emotions based on her friend’s life experience.
In the second article Marijuana Can Save Lives the author, Richard A. Friedman, describes a relationship between opioids and cannabis and reveals that medical marijuana is “a safer alternative to pain medicines”. He condemns the Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to go after marijuana suggesting that it “will only make the opioid epidemic worse”. Since about 40 percent of the opiate overdose deaths are caused by the prescription drugs, replacing them with alternative pain relief such as cannabis
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various contexts (breathing, bodily awareness, mental health, and stress reduction), better ability to regulate emotions, and maintaining one’s GPA. Though the studies are diverse in demographics and provide distinct knowledge, all three compliment each other in different ways. Nevertheless, there is still more research needed on this topic and hopefully, larger scale and more in-depth studies will be conducted in the future.
Butzer, B., van Over, M., Noggle Taylor, J. J., Khalsa, S. S. (2015). Yoga may mitigate decreases in high school grades. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2015, 1-8. doi:10.1155/2015/259814
Conboy, L. A., Noggle, J. J., Frey, J. L., Kudesia
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retina for signs of damage or injury. To dilate the eyes, drops are given to dilate the pupils. Tonometry is an instrument used to measure pressure inside the eyeball (Turner, 2018).
Early detection of cataracts can be improved with anti-glare sunglasses, a change in eyeglass prescriptions, or use of brighter lighting in the individual’s environment. If these treatments are ineffective, surgery is another alternative. In the United States, cataract surgery is the most commonly performed surgeries in adults who are older than 65 years in age. Individuals who require cataract surgery typically have other eye conditions as well. Other conditions can include glaucoma or macular degeneration
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husband. Nevertheless, she finds the role unbearable. She cannot give her life, her identity to others. It is better to die" (Aull). However, this almost methodical way of life affected Edna worse than many other women. Others, such as Adele Ratignolle, who is described as the perfect Creole "mother-woman," accepted their female roles with enthusiasm. She represents the perfect woman according to society, which is what Edna does not want to be. Even though Edna has two children, she does not want to accept the conventional mother role. Mademoiselle Reisz represents another type of woman and another alternative for Edna. Although she is not married, Mademoiselle Reisz still fits society's role
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supplements would be
considered as an alternative. However, it should not be considered, as taking dietary supplements
are not good for your body, and nothing satisfies your diet better than actual food. According to
Dr. Kelli M. Ward, "the best source of these nutrients is a healthy balanced diet, composed of
fresh, whole foods." (Source 1). So, if people were to actually create a consistent meal plan, then
it is possible that they can receive the necessary nutrients, as opposed to spending more money
on vitamins, which is "now a multi-billion-dollar industry". Ward also goes on to state that many
multi-vitamins are made from synthetic nutrients, which can be "harder for the body to absorb