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Central Nervous System Part Of The Brain
5,865 wordsWhen we discuss our brain, we usually focus on the brains ability to think. That task alone is extremely complex and involved, but the brain also has many other tasks. Most of the time the brain is on autopilot, meaning that most of the activities preformed are just automatic. Our five senses; sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell, are automatically preformed in our brains. We don't have to think about how something sounds, we just hear it and we then interpret that sound. The largest area of ou...
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Edgar Allen Poe
653 wordsThe Obsessive Compulsive Disorder of the Narrator in Edgar Allen Poe's Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is defined as an anxiety disorder in which a person suffers from obsessions and / or compulsions (Wood 407). In Edgar Allen Poe's short story, The Tell-Tale Heart, the narrator shows signs of having Obsessive Compulsive Disorder when wakes up at midnight and ritualizes how he is going to kill the old man, when he creates a personified image of the old mans eye, and according to a critic, Daniel H...
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Coronary Artery Disease Beta Blockers
2,277 words... and if worse come to worse surgery and the most important thing to counteract this heart problem is self help because this heart problem can be decreased with proper self motivation. It is very important for patients to tell their doctors of the symptoms as honestly and accurately as possible. The doctor will need to know about other symptoms that may distinguish angina from other conditions, such as esophagitis, pleurisy, costochondritis, pericarditis, a broken rib, a pinched nerve, a ruptu...
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Make A Difference Mothers Womb
1,591 wordsAs long as history can tell man has though of life as precious, as the ultimate sacrifice to give up, the ultimate gift to give, and the ultimate crime to take away. Laws have been placed in every nation against murder and the evil that it holds. Through it all though, special situational murders have been left to slide as not true murders, such as self-defense, killing in combat / war , and even abortion has been left to slip between the cracks of ignorance. Murder is murder; self-defensive mur...
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Coronary Artery Disease Coronary Arteries
2,588 words... e-age, a high cholesterol level can be expected. It has been proven that about the only thing smoking do is shorten a person's life. Despite all the warnings by the surgeon general, people still manage to find an excuse to quit smoking. Cigarette smoke contains carbon monoxide, radioactive polonium, nicotine, arsenious oxide, benzo pyrene, and levels of radon and molybdenum that are TWENTY times the allowable limit for ambient factory air. The two agents that have the most significant effect...
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Physiological Clock Sound Sleep Hours
650 wordsA sound sleep is required for a sound mind and healthy body. Inability to sleep (Insomnia) is a common malady of our age. Everyone experiences insomnia at times during his life. It is a product of daily tensions and anxieties. Patients suffering from mental disorders sleep very little and often wake up too early in the morning. Some chronic diseases can also produce insomnia. A baby sleeps for about sixteen hours; an adult man sleeps for an average of eight hours, while a woman for about seven a...
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The Tell Tale Heart And Edgar Allan Schizophrenia
972 wordsEdgar Allan Poe is acknowledged today as one of the most brilliant and original writers in American literature. His skillfully wrought tales and poems convey with passionate intensity the mysterious, dreamlike, and often macabre forces that pervaded his sensibility. He is also considered the father of the modern detective story. The Tell Tale Heart is a short story by Edgar Allan Poe, the narrator remains nameless and sexless in the story. H/she takes care of an old man with whom the relationshi...
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Coronary Artery Disease High Blood Pressure
2,644 wordsAneurysm-This term refers to a localized dilation of an artery or chamber of the heart. The behavior and prognosis for aneurysms varies, depending on their size and location. Aneurysms of the heart are usually the result of a prior heart attack. They generally don't require surgical resection. They may result in congestive heart failure and arrhythmias. Aneurysms of the main artery of the body, the aorta, generally require resection once they reach a certain size-anywhere from 4. 5 to 6. 0 centi...
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Low Blood Pressure Beats Per Minute
2,499 words... when they occur in the cardiac cycle as well as by echocardiography and cardiac catheterization. MVP-see Mitral Valve Prolapse. Myocardial Infarction-Death of a region of the muscle supplied by an occluded coronary artery. This is commonly referred to as a 'heart attack. ' A previously stable atherosclerotic plaque in a coronary artery-one that was only partially occluding the artery and producing either a stable anginal pattern or no symptoms at all-ruptures its surface due to shear stress ...
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Long Term Effects Mood Swings
4,726 wordsDrugs work by changing chemicals in your brain that control your mood. Most drugs boost or imitate the behavior of chemicals (like adrenaline, dopamine and serotonin) which regulate our mood, well being and energy levels. These chemical messengers are part of what makes us feel happy. The reason people continue doing drugs or become addicted is to do with a part of the brain called the reward pathway. It? s an area deep in the brain which makes us repeat experiences that feel good, be it having ...
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Makes You Feel Blood Pressure
1,096 wordsFinally, one single Ecstasy ECSTASY Finally, one single dose of a simple small pill to end all of your worries and make you happy as if all were right in the world. This is the common perception most get when they are under the hypnotic trance of what is called Exstacy. Exstacy is a pill, a drug, above any other of its kind, specially formulated to encourage the user psychologically, everything is good, and love is in the air, no worries, no sorrow, that everything is perfect because the feeling...
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Didn T Understand Mother
1,017 wordsThe Disney World Adventure Throughout my childhood I can recall many memories that caused emotional delight as well as emotional devastation. My memories go back as early as conquering my fears of sleeping in the dark to acknowledging I was never going to learn how to skate. Those few examples don? t compare to the one childhood experience that still haunts me today. I couldn? t wait for my family and I to take our annual vacation. It was during those times that I enjoyed myself most. I had anti...
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