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Digestion has become a problem for most people Having
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Digestion has become a problem for most people. Having a gastrointestinal problem is common, even though most people don't prefer to address it. Numerous conditions can lead to difficulties during digestion. Persistent discomfort in the abdomen is a flag that something is wrong. Other nagging signs are gas, blood in stools, bloating, diarrhea, heartburn, prolonged inflammation in the digestive tract, etc. These are the reasons to go consult a gastroenterologist. Gastroenterology deals with the digestive system and its dysfunctions. The…...
CancerDigestive SystemEpidemiologyGmoHuman Digestive SystemMedicine
The current era is an era of rampant drug resistance For organization
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The current era is an era of rampant drug resistance. For organization like high end tertiary care that are performing high end surgeries, transplants and oncology related work where there is immunosuppressive therapies, probably the challenges are multiplying with times. On the other end, there are chronic diseases and morbidities due to diseases like diabetes are increasing due to high population, eating habits and other social and economic factors. One of the frequent complications in diabetes is infections which require…...
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VSIM 2Ms CopperBronson Brown UMSON CNLNURS 501??Name GenericTrade
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VSIM 2-Ms. CopperBronson BrownUMSON CNLNURS. 501??Name (Generic)/Trade MOA Indication of Use SE/Drug Interactions Nursing Considerations Patient Education(Nitroglycerin)Nitrostat It is converted into nitric oxide (NO) in smooth muscle and activates guanylyl cyclase, thereby increasing cGMP concentration, and resulting in smooth muscle relaxation. It’s a vasodilator drug used for the treatment of chest pain and high blood pressure. Side effects include headache, weakness, dizziness, and nausea.DI: Do not take if you are taking the following drugs: avanafil, riociguat, sildenafil. Obtain the baseline…...
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Awojobi clinic Eruwa: running a successful rural hospital in Nigeria.
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Name: OKORO Wereuche IfeanyiGroup: CSet: 2016Table of content1. INTRODUCTION2. ACE as a model3. Challenges4. To the government5. ConclusionAwojobi Clinic Eruwa; running a successful rural hospital in Nigeria.INTRODUCTIONAs a student who wants to see medical practice to advance in Nigeria, visiting Awojobi Clinic Eruwa (ACE) was one of the best things the Ibarapa offered me. The zeal to stay back home and practice a kind of medicine that is driven by indigenous technology and available manpower was born through that visit.…...
Health CareHepatitisMedicineOrgan DonationResearchSurgery
microsatellite probes or single nucleotide polymorphisms Both
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microsatellite probes or single nucleotide polymorphisms. Both the affected child and the parents’ DNA are examined. If the study shows that the patient has inherited a chromosome 15 loci from both mother and father, which excluded maternal UPD, then the child is assumed to have an imprinting defect.The next step would be to categorize the imprinting defect as wither due to an epimutation which carries a low recurrence risk or a small deletion in the imprinting center where the recurrence…...
BiologyBrainBrain Based LearningDiabetesEatingMedicine
when Crohn’s disease inactive from 6 months before conception
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when Crohn's disease inactive from 6 months before conception until week 20 from pregnancy, the option of discontinuing anti-TNF treatment in the third trimester, this was discussed with the gynecologist and the patient.when Crohn's disease active any time from 6 months before conception until week 20 frompregnancy would be continued during the entire pregnancy.All patient were informed regarding antiTNF measurement in blood cord and peripheral maternal blood at birth. During delivery, a blood sample was collected and sent to the…...
Health CareMedicinePneumoniaPregnancy
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warby parker introduction warby parker is a customer focused brand which means providing maximum experience and satisfaction to customers on purchase and after sale services. business model toolbox n.d. it is an online retailer brand providing cheap and fashionably elegant eyewear. warby parker is found by neil blumenthal and david gilboa in the year 2010 in philadelphia. shontell 2017 currently it is headquarters is located in new york city. warby parker is an online brand selling directly the goods and…...
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Hello and my name is Megan Addison coCEO from Insights
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Hello and my name is Megan Addison, co-CEO from Insights Entertainment© and this is my trustworthy executive producer Eleanor Watson. My company and I have released mega hit movies such as: Master of Justice, Fatal Glory and Shipanic. Today we will show you a storyboard of our movie called “Uglies.” Uglies is a book written by Scott Westerfeld. Our company is turning “Uglies” into our next mega hit movie. Now my executive producer“Uglies” represents how the government has a law…...
MedicinePlastic SurgeryUglies
WEEK ONE BASELINEWelcome to Week One of Reconnect your
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WEEK ONE: BASELINEWelcome to Week One of Reconnect, your Intuitive Eating roadmap! Your decision to shift into a deeper connection with yourself and with the things that nourish you is going to be life changing!This program is about? daily habits? shifting your mindset? reconnecting with your intuitionYou will learn how to? reconcile your relationship with food? trust yourself? honor your hunger and fullnessAre you ready to reclaim your power and confidence when it comes to food? Let’s ditch the diet…...
DietingNutritionWeight Loss
Being able to create life spontaneously from a small cell is a
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Being able to create life spontaneously from a small cell is a new phenomenon that has taken society by a storm for better or for worse. Cloning is the process of producing an identical biological entity, whether it be an animal or a small cell, through asexual reproduction (Seidel 43). Cloning is mainly used to create genetically identical animals or to obtain stem cells, which can create cures for diseases and illness. Although the intentions of cloning are for the…...
BiologyBiotechnologyCell BiologyCloningGeneticsStem Cell
Ms E is 81 years old and lives in public housing Due
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Ms. E is 81 years old and lives in public housing. Due to her age, she is experiencing esophageal dysphagia, which is the reason she feels food stuck in her throat. Esophageal dysphagia is a neuromuscular dysfunction where swallowed material stops moving in the esophagus. This condition is commonly associated with senility. Since she has difficulty swallowing she prefers to eat very soft food and seldom eats meat. Adding a thickener to her foods and cutting the meat into small…...
CookingExercise And HealthNutritionVitamin DWeight Loss
Root and tuber diets also contain bioactive protein Yam
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Root and tuber diets also contain bioactive protein. Yam contain dioscorin a bioactive protein which was reported to be capable of regulating blood pressure as observed in rat induced with diabetes. Angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitory and antihypertensive activities were suspected in dioscorin as observed in hypertensive rats (Hsu, 2002; Hou, et al., 1999; Hou, et al., 2000; Hou, et al., 2001). The study of Iwu et al., (1990) on hypoglycaemic activity of dioscoretine from tubers of Dioscorea dumetorum in…...
Apa DiabetesCookingDiabetesDiseaseNutritionObesity
Effective Text Mining in Twitter using Clustering Techniques
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ITS-632 Intro to Data Mining Dr. Sherri BrinsonDept. of Information Technology &School of Computer and Information SciencesUniversity of the Cumberlands Effective Text Mining in Twitter using Clustering TechniquesbyAzmath Saifuddin ShaikKarthik Kumar GajulaGautham NimmakayalaAbdul Azeem ShaikSujani Asha DamarlaDeepthi PeddiJaithrababu PeriyathambhiJithendra DuvvurAbstractText Mining is considered to be an important part in today’s life style. From the point of decision makers, this collection of text mining gives us important source of information. In this paper we are discussing about text mining on twitter using cluster…...
DataData AnalysisData MiningInformation ScienceInformation Technology
Cardiovascular Emergency Essay
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I will be discussing my paper on one of the most common cardiovascular emergencies which would be a patient in cardiac arrest. I believe this is by far the most common occurrence in the health care field because there are so many causes to put pressure on the heart. Many calls in the EMS profession are chest pains and shortness of breath. Many heart problems cause anxiety, abnormal heart pulse, palpitations and lack of blood flow. “Sudden cardiac death is…...
CardiologyDiabetesDiseaseHealth CareHeartMedicine
Psychological Critique of a Clinical PatientRuby C ElliottDes
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Psychological Critique of a Clinical PatientRuby C. ElliottDes Moines Area Community CollegePsychological Critique of a Clinical PatientIntroThis paper will discuss the care of one specific patient, a 25-year-old female, with a primary diagnosis of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) and her care. There are many different aspects that go into the care of each individual and their diagnosis this can vary by patient. Specific tools are used to aid in the care of each individual such as a one-on-one assessment and…...
BiologyHealthHealth CareMedicineMental DisorderNursing
Chapter 1THE PROBLEMRationale of the Study In the millennial
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Chapter 1THE PROBLEMRationale of the StudyIn the millennial generation today, eating unhealthy product on a regular basis may contribute to health problems. Studies continue to show the negative effects of many common unhealthy products that are now available in the market which is similar to the product that the proponent is going to implement, Foods that contain large amounts of trans fats, saturated fat and sugar all contribute to increased chances of obesity, using the All-purpose flour as the main…...
EntrepreneurshipMilkNutritionSocial ProblemSocietyWheat
For years traditional or alternative medicine have been dubbed
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For years, traditional or alternative medicine have been dubbed as unorthodox and the question of their safety still remains; though multiple countries utilize them. The Philippines is no stranger to turning to these kinds of medication especially in times of desperate need; since the majority of its population live in poverty, acquiring treatment from professionals are quite hard to come by. Kandikandilaan, scientifically known as Stachytarpheta Jamaicensis, is a plant that is commonly utilized by Filipinos to treat common ailments.…...
Alternative MedicineBiologyExperimentHerbal MedicineMedicine
Student Stefanie SinatCourse Access to NursingReport Title
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Student: Stefanie SinatCourse: Access to NursingReport Title: Multiple SclerosisTutor: Alex MacphersonDue Date: 23 October 20191. Terms of ReferenceThis report has been compiled as part of the NC Communications Unit at Glasgow Kelvin College. The purpose of this report is to provide information on multiple sclerosis and to make recommendations as appropriate. This report is to be submitted to Alex Macpherson, Communications Lecturer, by 23rd October 2019.2. ProcedureInformation for this report was obtained by researching relevant websites.3. Multiple Sclerosis3.1 Definition of…...
Health CareMedicineMultiple SclerosisNervous SystemNursing
VANESSA Masikhwa 1865639 BCMP year 2 oogyn rotation
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VANESSA MASIKHWABCMP YEAR 2SOAP NOTE1865639OBOGYN ROTATIONPatient dataName Mrs vtAge 25Gender femaleHospital number GP 0798654Place bheki mlangeni district hospitalDate 12 September 2019Time 09 :00amSubjective Chief complaint“2 weeks of menstruationMrs vt is 25 year old female who presented with 2 weeks of unending menstruation since the 30th of August, this  started after she had a ctop(2 months) done as she did not feel ready to have a child . The blood is always coming out and never stop  she has not tired taking anything…...
CancerCervical CancerDiseaseMedicinePublic HealthWomen'S Health
dietary fats assignment
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Essentials of cell biology and chemistry DIETARY FATS Anahera Haami 20190007472019000747 1Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 2T RIGLYCERIDE DIAGRAM ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 3DIFFERENCE IN CHEMICAL STRUCTURE B ETWEEN SATURATED AND UNSATURATED FATS .............................. 4S ATURATED FATTY ACID DIAGRAM ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 4U NSATURATED FATTY ACI D DIAGRAM ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 4DIFFERENCE IN STRUCT URE BE TWEEN FATS AND OILS ................................ ................................ .................... 5CHEMICAL STRUCTURE O F FAT RESULTING IN A LACK OF SOLUBILITY…...
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COMBINATION ANTIMICROBIAL THERAPYAlthough international
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COMBINATION ANTIMICROBIAL THERAPYAlthough international guidelines [131,132] suggest combination empirical therapy in the management of HA-MEN, there is no controlled clinical trial that proves the efficacy of the combination therapy over monotherapy. Another unknown issue is the cutoff for methicillin-resistant rate in which empirical vancomycin should be added.Moreover, while vancomycin is the primarily recommended option in MRSA meningitis under IDSA guidelines [133,134] and adding rifampin is considered as an alternative, there are no controlled data regarding this issue except one animal…...
DiseaseHealth CareInfectious DiseasesMedicineMeningitisMicrobiology
Is Kratom Safe?
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Kratom is widely used even though it is believed to contain some compounds which can lead to psychotropic effects. It is legal in the United States and many other countries. However, it is considered an illegal drug in some countries, including Thailand –the country of its origin. In Australia and Malaysia, the use of kratom is regulated. The case is the same in a number of countries in Europe. This raises the question: is kratom safe?Despite the fact that not…...
DrugsMedicinePharmacologyPharmacy
It took me a long time before finalising my decision on choosing
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It took me a long time before finalising my decision on choosing to study medicine as this is a life-long commitment coupled with high physical and emotional demands. However, my experience at a care home and the privilege of shadowing a GP helped me realise that this is where my purpose lies.‘How Death Becomes Life’ by Joshua Mezrich deeply moved me with the heroic contributions of both patients and doctors in the field of organ transplantation; the success of cyclosporine-assisted…...
Alzheimer DiseaseBiologyDiseaseHealthHuman NatureMedicine
Nicole Monzon Rotavirus
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RotavirusNicole M. MonzonFortis College: MicrobiologyRotavirusUntil 1973, no one knew why hundreds of thousands of children were dying after having severe diarrhea, there was never any indication as to why these situations were occurring in hospitals across the world. Most children were misdiagnosed with gastroenteritis, malabsorption, or celiac disease and given treatments for these diseases, that was until four scientists: Ruth Bishop, Geoffrey Davidson, Ian Holmes, and Brian Ruck discovered a new virus. Rotavirus has now become so common in children…...
BiologyHealthHealth CareInfectious DiseasesMedicineMicrobiology
Nowadays many people are easy to catch disease It is caused by
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Nowadays, many people are easy to catch disease. It is caused by an unhealthy lifestyle. Most people don't want to bother to go to the doctor. They just simply take medicine from the drugstore or even take antibiotics without a doctor’s prescription. The most common disease caused by bacteria and viruses. While bacteria and viruses have some similarities in their size and capability, they also have many differences, such as their living environment, effect, what they define, proliferation, treatment, and…...
DiseaseHealth CareInfectious DiseasesMedicineMicrobiologyVaccinations
Sharing Experiences on New NAAC Accreditation Framework
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The era of liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation in the 1990s resulted in changing the economic and socio-cultural environment in countries across the world. It made the world come closer with greater collaborations and networking between companies, industries and businesses of different nations including India (Debab, 2011) (Roy, 2016). This networking resulted in the emergence of newer professions. It also resulted in interaction with people coming from different regions of the world with diverse cultural backgrounds, creating a need to prepare…...
DataEducational TechnologyHuman NatureMedicineOrgan DonationTeam
My oral health brochures for patients older than 85 years old
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My oral health brochures for patients older than 85 years old with mild cognitive impairment with manual dexterity issues residing in metropolitan and rural/ remote demographics aim to educate the importance of oral health and encourage good daily oral hygiene. Patients older than 85 years are classified as the ‘oldest of the old’ (Razak et al, 2014, p110) and deterioration in manual dexterity is largely secondary to age-related systemic health changes (Carmeli et al, 2003, p156). Combined with mild cognitive…...
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Medicated Generation
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“In 2001, The Observer newspaper in London reported that Ritalin is more potent than cocaine”(Forster). What we now call ADHD was first described in 1845 by Dr. Heinrich Hoffman, whose son exhibited typical hyperactive behavior and found that it was caused by organic dysfunction rather than by poor parenting. Since then concerned parents aren’t hesitant to take their child into the doctors once they start acting up, leading to ADD and ADHD to be vvheavily over-prescribed. Due to a lack…...
AdhdHealth CareMedicineMental DisorderMental Health
Mr Rahul Patel CO Mrs Meeta Patel 33 Chard Drive
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Mr Rahul PatelC/O Mrs Meeta Patel33 Chard DriveLuton (BEDS)LU3 4EQJune 2nd 2019Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS)Social Security & Child Support ServicesAdministrative Support CentrePO BOX 14620BirminghamB16 6FRReference: SC914/19/00229Reference: PC668171DI am writing to you to in response to your letter, dated May 21st 2019 relating to Tribunal Caseworkers Directions Notice. I am surprised that you have not received anything from DWP because we received a copy of their response to HMCTS on April 26th 2019 (date on DWP letter).Included with…...
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self professional plan
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Professional DevelopmentBamikole OlowoWalden UniversityNurs 6001, Section 5, Foundation of Graduate StudyDecember 3, 2016Professional PlanThe purpose of this paper is to describe my background, my education, and my current career so far. This paper will also show my personality, professional plan ,and personal goals for this course. My expectation is to complete and obtain my certification in Family Nurse Pratitioner at Walden University.My Backgroundmy name is Oluwatoyin Ojo, I am called “ Toyin” . I was born in Nigeria, migrate. to…...
Health CareMedicineNursingPhysician
AWA FATTYSTEC 4500 Awa FattySTEC 4500Career AssignmentDr TimpteJuly 12 2019
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AWA FATTYSTEC 4500 Awa FattySTEC 4500Career AssignmentDr. TimpteJuly 12, 2019Part I Information Gathering.My name is Awa Fatty. A young, energetic and self- motivated young individual that I ready to fulfill her dreams in her science career, hoping to become either a medical doctor or a physician assistant in the nearest future. Wanting to be a medical doctor as a first choice has always been something I adorned that helped me venture into different opportunities while at college, to allow me…...
BiologyHealthMedical AssistantMedicinePhysicianResearch
beveridge health car
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BEVERIDGE MODEL: THE BEST HEALTH CARE MODELAbhikya MarriUniversity of California San DiegoHealth is the most important and necessary aspect of anyone’s life. So, Maintaining and improving population health should also be an important aspect of a country's policies to survive and succeed. For this, to work there is a necessity for health care to be organized. But less than 40 countries in the world have organized health care system. And even in the countries that have organized health care, there…...
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Chapter-1-Second-revise
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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTIONBackground and RationaleWorld Health Organization (WHO) is specialized agency that is concerned with international public health. WHO states that diarrhea is one of the prominent causes of deaths on children ages five years old and below (N.D., 2017). This disease can be developed through tainted water, drinking water and a result of poor sanitation that can lead to rigorous dehydration, fluid loss and death. Commonly affected by this illness are children, malnourished persons or people having impaired immunity,…...
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CWJ is an 85 year old male with a chinese ethnic background
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CWJ is an 85 year old male with a chinese ethnic background, weighs 115 pounds, 65 inches tall, christian, bed bound patient in HJC hospital. His mouth and lips are moist, no signs or symptoms of dehydration. Patient has a history of cancer thirty years ago. He is status post chemo and XRI. Patient is alert, oriented to person and place, responds to stimuli, is on trach and on ventilator, was admitted on 3/29/17 with admitting diagnosis of respiratory failure,…...
DiseaseHealthHealth CareMedicineNursingOsteoporosis
pFish is low in fat fish average under 2 fat. for slimmers fish
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Fish is low in fat fish average under 2% fat. for slimmers fish is all uplifting news. all fish is low in kilojoules with less kilojoules than even the least fatty meat or chicken. whats more obviously with fish you dont have to trim any fat. simply flame broil grill heat steam poach or microwave fish to keep a low kilojoule check. fish is low in cholesterol cholesterol is a fundamental piece of all living creature tissue. in any case dimensions of cholesterol can be excessively high on the off chance that we eat a lot of soaked fat. fish has next to no fat of any sort and…...
Alzheimer DiseaseBiologyDiabetesDiseaseFishNutrition
ESBL PRODUCERS AND BIOFILM FORMATIONIn nature we may find
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ESBL PRODUCERS AND BIOFILM FORMATIONIn nature we may find bacteria existing as free living planktonic form and as cell aggregates too, latter is commonly referred to as biofilm. A biofilm is a complex yet organized heterogenous microbiome which may comprise of single types of cells or different types of bacterial colonies in a self-produced extracellular matrix, which is either attached to a biotic or abiotic surface.1,2 The bacteria in a biofilm is a way different from that of its planktonic…...
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IntroductionAs with the development of medical science there
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IntroductionAs with the development of medical science, there have being cures to a number of diseases which were previously known to be dangerous and fetal. Doctors, hospitals and health care professionals are expected to have certain standards of care, while providing healthcare to the Citizens . There are certain ethics, that a Healthcare professionals are supposed to follow. They are not liable every time for the harms or injury that patients suffer. From local news papers, televisions we hear and…...
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MRR1 A1 Metacognitive Reading Report
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Metacognitive Reading Report # 1 Name: Latorre, Trisha B. Date: August 24, 2019 The Contemporary World G E N E R A L I N S T R U C T I O N S BEFORE COMPLETING THIS ASSESSMENT, PLEASE READ ALL OF THE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY AND CAREFULLY. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS. RESPOND TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE TASK. ANSWER IN ESSAY FORM. PLEASE MAKE YOUR HANDWRITING LEGIBLE. REVIEW YOUR WORK BEFORE SUBMITTING IT. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE! PLAGIARISM IS A MAJOR…...
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What will we tend to do to reverse decline in agricultural
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What will we tend to do to reverse decline in agricultural communities?It’s a matter we tend to hear usually.Communities ar power once several persons functioning on farms and in businesses have the chance to possess them. Quality jobs also are profit for communities. we must always not neglect self-employment. native homeowners ar a lot of dedicated tothe community as compare to distant society which regularly leave at the drop of a hat.Industrial development shouldn't return at the consumption of setting.…...
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Titanic Data Set Data Mining and Analysis
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The folllowing sample essay on Titanic Data Set discusses it in detail, offering basic facts and pros and cons associated with it. To read the essay's introduction, body and conclusion, scroll down. Titanic dataset Submitted by: Submission date 8/1/2013 Declaration Author: Contents Dated: 29/12/2012 The database corresponds to the sinking of the titanic on April the 15th 1912. It is part of a database containing the passengers and crew who were aboard the ship, and various attributes correlating to them.…...
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