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A Study Of Lyme Disease In New Jersey
1,275 words... flu-like symptoms (1: 47). If left untreated, the disease spreads to other parts of the body, and often results in more joint, tendon and muscle pain, partial facial paralysis, and heart palpitations (8: 11). Chronic symptoms can develop if the disease goes untreated for months or years, and leads to severe arthritis and neurological problems (5: 29). The best way to arrive at or exclude a diagnosis of Lyme disease is to examine three aspects of the patient. The first is to determine if the ...
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Violent Video Games Violent Acts
1,409 wordsFor many years there has been an increase in the cases of violence in schools. Violence, in itself, has been a problem plaguing schools and just recently has it taken deadly actions. But what causes these outbreaks of aggression and hatred to occur? Is it the community where the school is or peers that children come in contact with? Some factors that might contribute to violence in schools is the family influence, society's shortcomings, the media and drugs. But can it really all be blamed on th...
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Third World Countries First World Countries
1,623 wordsThe purpose of this essay is to discuss the differences between Third World and UK hunger from a social scientists perspective. Social scientists, when looking at a wide issue such as hunger, tend to analyse thoroughly the underlying and triggering factors in each World, to come to an accurate understanding. Contrasts can be drawn between the reasons for hunger in the UK and third World. First of all, the Third and First Worlds need to be defined so that false assumptions are not made which woul...
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Inflation And The Australian Economy
980 wordsInflation is one of the most important features of the Australian Economy. It is basically the measure of how much prices rise each year. The most common and widely acceptable unit for measuring inflation is the Consumer Price Index (CPI). During 2000 - 2002, there have been many factors contributing to inflation, especially in the March Quarter of 2002. Generally in most cases, governments try to maintain low inflation levels to stabilise the economy. Inflation is the loss in purchasing power o...
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Prefrontal Cortex Sexual Predators
1,920 words... the New Jersey Medical School in Newark, claims that there is a high probability that violent impulses originate in the hypothalamus, amygdala, and periaqueductal gray area (Foreman, 2002). As this occurs, different parts of the hypothalamus are likely to be involved in different types of emotions and/ or violence (premeditated type, cold type, or impulsive actions). In addition, some new studies present more detailed conclusions. Thus, for example, according to Dr. Ronald Schouten, a psychi...
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People Per Square Mile Alcohol Abuse
2,642 wordsSubstance Abuse Prevention Community Assessment The community that we have chosen to assess is Springfield, Missouri. Springfield is located in Green County in Southwest. According to the USDC, Bureau of the Census in 1999 the population estimate for the Springfield Metropolitan area was 308, 332. The annual population growth rate is 1. 8 % for Springfield. This is compared to 0. 6 % for the state of Missouri and 1. 2 % for the United States. Population density of Springfield is 2, 068 people pe...
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Claudio And Hero Beatrice And Benedict
1,229 wordsFactors Contributing To The Succes Of Shakespeares Factors Contributing To The Succes Of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing Factors Contributing to the Succes of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing In Shakespeare s Much Ado About Nothing, many factors are combined to make it one of his most wittiest romantic comedies. He addresses several issues at the same time. For example, he addresses the concern of England that Elizabeth had no legitimate heir for the throne in his portrayal of Don Juan....
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