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Health Care Insurance Private Health Care
2,007 wordsSpecific Purpose: To persuade my audience to believe the United States should have a health care insurance program, which eliminates private health insurance. Thesis: The United States needs a national health care insurance program because the development of private health care insurance and the lack of a national plan throughout history have lead to a deficiency in proper health care for many Americans. In the United States costs for health care are being shifted to individuals instead of the g...
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Mumia Abu Jamal Fair Trial
1,254 wordsOn December 9, 1981, Wesley Cook, a. k. a. Mumia Abu-Jamal, was driving his taxi in Philadelphia when he saw that police had pulled his brother over. Jamal stopped to see why his brother was being pulled over. An altercation followed leaving Officer Daniel Faulkner dead and Jamal critically wounded. Jamal is currently on Death Row awaiting execution. Jamal's trial was held in 1981 and since then there has been much controversy about whether the trial was fair or not. Much evidence has recently b...
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945 words"Asthma is a respiratory disease in which spasm and constriction of the bronchial passages and swelling of their mucous lining cause obstruction of breathing. " (Anastasiow 1997) Etiology: " This disease is often due to allergies, such as dust, smoke, cold air, exercise, animal fur or feathers, molds, and pollen. Allergic asthma is also called atopic or extrinsic asthma. Many people with allergic asthma also suffer from hay fever, which is an allergic reaction, usually to airborne pollen, of the...
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Cell Phone Five Cents
846 wordsHave you heard of the cell phone? A great technological advancement to many people right, or is it? Imagine you talking on a cell phone with one of you closest friends. Then your phone starts to break up, and then you are disconnected from the person you were talking to. This is only one of the many disadvantages of owning a cell phone. When owning a cell phone the most common disadvantages are the cost, the problem of unclear reception, and the accidents caused by the cell phone. Cell phones mi...
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Santa Cruz Orange Juice
1,137 wordsI walked over to the refrigerator and helped myself to the orange juice. Sarah was in the laundry room adjacent to the kitchen. She was talking to me about something, but I dont think I was listening. I poured the orange juice and found my usual seat in front of the television. On weekend afternoons, if we were at Sarah's house, we always watched MTV, no matter what else was actually on. We had just returned from the beach. Sarah recently bought a new couch and it was so comfortable. It made wat...
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Intrinsic Rewards Job Descriptions
2,195 words... ways they report too little communication from management about mission, objectives, and goals for the organization. Ronald Rifle's belief is that people want to make as large a contribution to the organization as possible. Their morale is highest when they are working hard with a common goal shared by everyone. They work most effectively when recognized as valued contributing team members with unique and needed talents for the team's success. They soar when they feel their leadership qualit...
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England Journal Of Medicine Controlled Trial
1,965 wordsBy Herbert Macomber 1. What is a febrile seizure? Febrile convulsions (FC) or seizures (FS) are clonic or tonic-clonic seizures that most often occur in infancy or childhood, mainly occurring between four months and six years of age, with fever but without evidence of intracranial infection, antecedent epilepsy, or other definable cause. That is why they are often referred to as 'fever seizures' or 'febrile seizures. ' Most of the time when children have a seizure, or a convulsion, it's caused b...
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Attending Physician Suicidal Thoughts
1,325 wordsDr. Daniel Gray bill [ ] Chapter 7: Case Study for Depression Sally Jone was a 16 -year-old African-American female referred to the adolescent unit of an inpatient psychiatric hospital. She was referred by her mother, Mrs. Jone, who had discovered her bleeding from her wrists in her bedroom. The amount of blood was not substantial, but Mrs. Jone had brought Sally to an emergency room anyway for treatment. The attending physician had said that Sally was not seriously injured but recommended that ...
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Social Learning Theory American Medical Association
3,103 wordsDomestic Violence in America By: Tonya Smith Domestic Violence in America Domestic abuse in the United States is a large-scale and complex social and health problem. The family is perhaps the most violent group, with the home being the most violent American institution or setting today (Lay, 1994). Sadly enough, the majority of people who are murdered are not likely killed by a stranger during a hold-up or similar crime but are killed by someone they know. Not surprisingly, the Center for Diseas...
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Don T Worry Security Guard
1,921 words? Aaa choo Fear FEAR? Aaa choo? ? ? I think you are catching a cold sweetheart? , said Sonia, as she was opening her apartment door. ? I think you I should take you to the doctor. ? ? I feel tired Mommy? , said Jasmine. ? Why don? t you go lie down sweetie, and I will get you a glass of warm milk. ? As soon as she entered her front door Sonia walked into her small kitchen that was in the front of the house. The kitchen looked spotless because she couldn? t stand the mess, at least not in her kit...
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Injured Person Managed Care
992 wordsHEALTHCARE REFORM In the United States, more than forty million people are without health insurance. Of these people, many are employed by firms that do not offer coverage and many others fall just below the poverty line. Many are poor but still do not qualify for Medicaid. At least twelve million of those without health insurance are children. Reliable sources indicate that the number of uninsured people could rise as high as sixty million by the year 2007. There is also a dilemma that the insu...
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Quality Of Life Cystic Fibrosis
1,288 wordsAn apparent 19 -year-old male is brought to the emergency room by ambulance in respiratory failure related to end stage cystic fibrosis. The patient is accompanied by his girlfriend who states that the patient has a do not resuscitate (DNR) order. As the emergency room physician tries to contact the patients primary care physician he finds that the patient is under the care of a pediatrician, which makes him suspicious of the DNR request. He confronts the girlfriend about the patient s age becau...
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Quality Of Life Cystic Fibrosis
1,347 wordsThis paper will introduce a case study that results in an ethical dilemma. The ethical dilemma will be clearly stated including obligations and conflicts. Using the Contemporary Utilitarianism theory I will analyze the ethical dilemma. Finally I will analyze the same case using an Egoistic approach as an alternative course of action. Case Study An apparent 19 year old male is brought to the emergency room by ambulance in respiratory failure related to end stage cystic fibrosis. The patient is ac...
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Broken My Ankle Water Egg Deck
498 wordsLook Before You Leap One bright Easter day about four years ago, my family had gone to my grandparents house to celebrate Easter like we usually do each year. We talked, ate, and had fun. Little did we know when we drove up to the house that, by the end of the day, we would be in a hospital emergency room. It all started when my cousin suggested that we have a water fight. We had water guns and water Easter eggs. These were plastic eggs filled with water that would come open when you hit someone...
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Mumia Abu Jamal Hip Hop
829 wordsFree Mumia Abu-Jamal A political prisoner is both a fellow citizen who received an unfair trial and a powerful symbol for those of us who are convinced this unfairness partly results from their political beliefs-beliefs that highlight the criminal justice system as a structure of unfairness. For example Nelson Mandela a South African political activist and lawyer Nelson was the organizational leader of the African national congress, Mandela was sentenced in 1964 to life in prison for sabotage, t...
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