Slashed At The Throat Jack The Ripper One
686 wordsIt all started in the East End of London in 1888, from August 7 till November 10. All killings occurred within one mile area and involved the districts of Whitechapel, Spitalfields, Aldgate, and the city of London proper. The man I am referring to is no other then the notorious Jack the Ripper, the Whitechapel, or the Leather Apron. Jack the Ripper is significant and popular, not just because he was a serial killer, but because he was the first to appear in a large metropolis at the time when th...
Free research essays on topics related to: bodys, murdered, jack the ripper, ripper, 1888
High Blood Pressure Preventive Measures
625 wordsHypertension is the medical term for high blood pressure. A normal blood pressure is 120 / 80. A blood pressure reading higher or equal to 140 / 90 is considered abnormally high. Elevated blood pressure means your heart is working harder than normal, putting both your heart and arteries under great strain. High blood pressure is serious business. On average, people with uncontrolled hypertension are: Seven times more likely to have a stroke. Six times more likely to develop congestive heart fail...
Free research essays on topics related to: preventive measures, heart failure, hypertension, high blood pressure, heart attack
Millions Of People People In The United States
900 wordsAll over the world, people are searching for ways to improve themselves and their lives. Cloning can help the lives of millions of people in the United States. It offers a variety of options that can help almost everyone. People will be very happy with the cloning technology. Cloning is good for our world because it can get rid of infertility, it can give people the appearance they want, and it can cure health problems and diseases. Because of infertility, many couples go through physically and ...
Free research essays on topics related to: people in the united states, millions of people, health problems, cloning technology, plastic surgery
High Blood Pressure Effects Of Stress
1,340 wordsWhen Allah desires to guide someone, He expands his breast to Islam. When He desires to misguide someone, He makes his breast narrow and constricted as if he were climbing up into the sky. That is how Allah defiles those who have no faith. (Qur " an, 6: 125) The failure of irreligious people in submitting themselves to Allah causes them to be in a constant state of ill-ease, anxiety and stress. As a consequence, they are afflicted by various psychological illnesses which reveal themselves in the...
Free research essays on topics related to: heart attacks, immune system, effects of stress, moral values, high blood pressure
The Death Of Ivan Ilyich
1,798 wordsThe Death of Ivan Ilyich Leo Tolstoy is one of the most renowned writers of the last two hundred years. His novels tend to communicate an insight on life; whether it is about death, suffering, religion, art, or education. Tolstoy was a man with numerous firm beliefs, and a reader must understand these beliefs to fully comprehend the meaning of his works. He was a extremely religious moral philosopher who used his religious beliefs to form our understanding on issues of life. He stresses the disp...
Free research essays on topics related to: end of the story, meaning of life, lived his life, death of ivan, social standing
Blood Vessels Blood Sugar
1,547 wordsDiabetic Foot Ulcers Outline Diabetic foot ulcers and wounds; Prevalence, patient risk factors; Patient assessments; Clinical accepted wound-ulcer classifications; Sign and symptoms; Nursing treatments including dressings, wound care, medications; Patient education and prevention. Diabetic foot ulcers and wounds Diabetes is considered to be a disease in which high blood glucose levels over time can damage the nerves, kidneys, eyes, and blood vessels. [ 2 ]. Also diabetes may lead to diminishing ...
Free research essays on topics related to: leading cause, blood vessels, risk factors, blood flow, blood sugar
Syndrome Genetic Material
253 wordsTurner? s Turners Syndrome Turner? s Syndrome Turner? s Syndrome is a common disease in females that affects many body systems. It affects about out of 2, 000 females. This genetic disorder is characterized by the lack of sexual development at puberty. Although the exact cause of Turner? s Syndrome isn? t know, it is believed that the disorder may result from an error during the division of a parent? s sex cells known as meiosis. Turner? s Syndrome is a defence in the amount of genetic material ...
Free research essays on topics related to: syndrome, syndrome, x chromosomes, turner, genetic material
Process Of Cloning One Of The Largest
1,198 wordsCloning A few years ago if you were to ask someone about the possibilities of cloning they would most likely say it was impossible. This attitude towards cloning has been held into belief up until recently when scientists in Scotland cloned a sheep. And immediately after scientists in Oregon cloned a monkey (Fackelmann 276). The most major breakthroughs of the century in science has occurred and we are not ready for it. The scientific breakthrough of cloning has caused a great deal of controvers...
Free research essays on topics related to: human race, process of cloning, endangered species, one of the largest, genetic disease
Type Ii Diabetes Type I Diabetes
1,299 wordsDiabetes is the sixth leading cause of death by disease. It is a chronic disease that has no cure. Therefore it comes to no surprise that this disease has acquired countless number of attentions. Unfortunately, 5. 4 million people in the United State are unaware that they have this disease. Until they do, they have already developed life-threatening complications. This may include blindness, kidney diseases, nerves diseases, heart diseases, strokes, and amputations. It is no wonder that diabetes...
Free research essays on topics related to: blood glucose, people with type, type i diabetes, type ii diabetes, hispanic whites
Creatine Supplementation Creatine Monohydrate
914 wordsDietary supplements: Beneficial or Hazardous? On any given day, a student athlete could walk into a trainers or coaches office holding up a bottle and ask Hey coach, does this stuff work? This young athlete, playing three sports a year, is referring to the dietary supplement called creatine. This, and many more products, are becoming more and more popular these days among high school student-athletes. These young men and, quite possibly young women, are using this supplement without realizing th...
Free research essays on topics related to: twenty eight, creatine monohydrate, creatine supplementation, dietary supplements, athletic performance
E Coli Infected People
466 wordsFor those who follow the rules of good nutrition by eating healthy foods, the rewards can be substantial. But its also important that you clean and cook your food properly. Because if you dont, certain microorganisms that hitchhike into your stomach can make you feel miserable. E. coli is a bacteria that normally live in the intestines of humans and animals. Although, most strains of this bacteria are harmless, several are known to produce toxins that can cause diarrhea. One particular E. coli s...
Free research essays on topics related to: infected people, e coli, coli, bacteria, diarrhea
Time Of Erma Birth Life Is A Bowl Bombeck
959 wordsErma Bombeck was a great and funny woman. She had many ups and downs in her life, but she never let them get to her. She just laughed them off. Erma Louise Bombeck was born February 21, 1927 in Dayton, Ohio. Her mother s name was Erma Fiste. She was 16 at the time of Erma s birth. Her father s name was Cassius Edwin Fiste. He was 33 when Erma was born. He didn t earn much money as a crane operator, but he always provided for the family. Erma also had a half sister, Thelma, who was 14 at the time...
Free research essays on topics related to: dayton ohio, cassius, dayton, thelma, newspaper
Death Syndrome Electrical Activity
311 wordsThe Huffing What is huffing? The intentional breathing of gas or vapors with the purpose of reaching a high. What does huffing do to the brain? Changes the electrical activity of the brain. On a electroencephalography, (or EEG) the brain will show up as sharp impulses. What toxic effects and the risks that occur with this practice on the body. The brain: changes the electrical activity within the brain, possibly resulting in hallucinations and convulsions. Also the center of emotional behavior, ...
Free research essays on topics related to: death syndrome, electrical activity, muscle, inhalants, sudden
Toxic Shock Syndrome Kidney Failure
868 wordsImpetigo is a bacterial infection caused by Streptococcus and / or Staphylococcus organisms. Both staphylococcus and streptococcus are part of the normal flora found on human skin, but given the opportunity they can become pathogenic. Streptococcus is a spherical bacterium that is arranged into chains. It is Gram positive and catalase negative. Group A Streptococcus (GAS), such as Streptococcus pyogenes, are responsible for most cases of streptococcal infections. The letter A is part of a classi...
Free research essays on topics related to: gram positive, infected person, infection, kidney failure, toxic shock syndrome
Animal Testing Birth Defects
400 wordsArgument Essay Where would we be Without Animal Testing? Is the use of animals in research justified? Should animal experimentation be permitted? Should these animals be liberated? A logical person would say the benefits justify the research. Without animal testing, products would be based on theory. No one would want to use something, which may damage eyes, be poisonous, cancerous, and cause birth defects. Animals used in testing are not from the endangered species list; also many of the types ...
Free research essays on topics related to: human race, animal testing, animal research, birth defects, o neil
Readers Digest Social Behaviour
699 wordsReasons for Pro social Behaviour The heroic story of Arland Williams, as described in Hero of the frozen river, is touching and extremely eye opening. This man gave away two chances at survival to save two complete strangers. Safran (1982), the author of this article, describes one of the most significant moments of the rescue: They aimed one line at the balding man. Once more, he caught it. Did he think then, even briefly, of his own chances for survival? . Different people would probably have ...
Free research essays on topics related to: readers digest, pro social, social behaviour, average man, social responsibility
Cause Of Death Alzheimer
907 wordsSociety is getting desperate. In our search for entertainment, we have found that watching two men beat each other to unconsciousness satisfies our needs. Furthermore, we call it a sport. The? sport? of boxing is inhumane, dangerous, and potentially fatal. Why, then, do we allow it to continue? Because of the preceding reasons, I believe all forms of boxing should be eliminated. As a result of boxing, many diseases and injuries occur. Parkinson? s Disease and Alzheimer? s Disease are head-relate...
Free research essays on topics related to: alzheimer , cause of death, people die, disease, boxing match
Bodys Immune System Lupus Erythematosus
919 wordsLupus is Lupus Lupus Lupus is an autoimmune disorder which means that the bodys immune system is not functioning normal and its attacking the normal tissue, instead of the bacteria and viruses or in other words the bodys immune system is hurting itself. The body is just reacting to unknown stimulus and it makes too many antibodies, or proteins directed against body tissue. Its the complete opposite that happens in A. I. D. S. and Cancer a virus or disease breaks down in the immune system unlike ...
Free research essays on topics related to: african americans, bodys immune system, prescription drug, systemic lupus, lupus erythematosus
Term Side Effects Long Term Effects
572 wordsIn the past, athletes had to turn to such things as anabolic steroids or blood doping (the process of taking out blood and adding oxygen to it and putting it back into your body in order to increase a persons endurance) to get an edge over the competition. However, these procedures have many drawbacks. Mainly, they are illegal. An athlete may be suspended form playing their sport for using them. They have many long terms and short term side effects. Now there is a new drug that can give an athle...
Free research essays on topics related to: long term effects, short term, red meat, term side effects, muscle mass
Effects Of Steroid Androgenic Steroids
1,286 wordsWhat are steroids? Anabolic Steroids Steroids What are steroids? Anabolic androgenic steroids are synthetic derivatives of the male hormone testosterone that are taken to build muscle, enhance performance, and improve appearance. The drug s anabolic or muscle-building effects help the body retain protein, a necessary building block for the growth of muscles, bones, and skin. The androgenic or masculinizing effects cause the development of a deep voice, facial and body hair, muscle mass, and aggr...
Free research essays on topics related to: mood swings, steroid abuse, effects of steroid, androgenic steroids, sexual dysfunction