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Teen Pregnancy

This paper examines teenage pregnancy in America. It points out that teen pregnancy rates in America are far greater than teen pregnancy rates in other industrialized countries. It examines possible reasons for the disparity, including cultural issues. It looks at……[more]

Words: 3566 (10 Pages) Sources: 8 Topic: Healthcare Document Type: Essay

Exercise And Pregnancy

... discomfort with exercise in the later stages of pregnancy. (Wang & Apagar, 1998, p.1) During pregnancy, hormonal changes are thought to induce a greater laxity in joints and increases in joint ... , heavily exercising, and nonexercising women were……[more]

Words: 1753 (6 Pages) Topic: Exercise Document Type: Term Paper

Parenting Education For Teen Mom Including A Section For Identifying Postpartum Depression

This paper is aimed at presenting a parenting education and support program for teenage mothers. To identify the most basic needs of teen mothers, literature review was conducted. The review included intervention studies for teenage mothers and parents aimed at……[more]

Words: 6087 (20 Pages) Sources: 20 Topic: Health Nursing Document Type: Capstone Project

Domestic Violence And Low Birth Weight

... recorded in literature the impact that domestic violence during the course of a pregnancy has upon the infant in relation to contributing to low birth weight among ...…[more]

Words: 6022 (20 Pages) Topic: Business Case Studies Document Type: Term Paper

Obesity Among Adolescent Girls In Saudi Arabia 14 18 Aged

The longer a person is obese, the longer that person has potentially to suffer the negative health consequences of being overweight or obese. Thus when children or adolescents are obese, this condition must be considered seriously as a life threatening……[more]

Words: 5689 (17 Pages) Sources: 80 Topic: Health Issues Document Type: Essay Citation Style: Harvard

Case Management

... their partners empower and educate one another as they progress from pregnancy into parenting (Shetty, 2009). This would require an approach that would ... as possible in order to better improving the health of the unborn child (Teenage pregnancy,……[more]

Words: 1049 (3 Pages) Sources: 6 Citation Style: APA

I Essay Health Pregnant Teenangers

... can (and does) affect the health of the teenage mother-to-be. Also,  pregnancy induced hypertension (also called preeclampsia) is a  dangerous complication that affects teenage pregnant women ... Services. (2011). Teen Pregnancy & Childbearing Overview. Retrieved December 13,……[more]

Words: 735 (2 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Parenting Document Type: Essays

Campaign Proposal Project Guidelines

... mothers: 1) 1 in 5 infants die at birth (Green, 2006) 2) 1 in 4,800 women die from pregnancy complications (Gosik, 2007) 3) As many as half (or whatever the appropriate number is) of these ...…[more]

Words: 1304 (4 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Health Public Health Issues Citation Style: APA

Obesity Among Adolescent Girls In Saudi Arabia

Obesity Rates Among Saudi Teens The percentage of young Saudi women who are either overweight or obese (which is a degree beyond being overweight) has risen in a relatively short period of time to what can be described as astonishing……[more]

Words: 2101 (8 Pages) Sources: 30 Topic: Health Public Health Issues Document Type: Essay Citation Style: Harvard

Heart Transplants Asthma And Pulmonary Hypertension

... (Richardson et al). Asthma This is a chronic inflammation of the bronchial tubes or airways, which induces swelling and constriction of the airways (Szeftel and Schiffman 2008). Breathing ...…[more]

Words: 1780 (6 Pages) Sources: 9 Citation Style: Does not matter

Writting A Process Recoding A Pregnant Mother Based Case Study Thai Primegravida Multpara APA Format Ericknyamache Yahoo

... pregnancy. Risk factors of hypertension include family history of pre-eclampsia, long standing high blood pressure or kidney disease, pregnancy induced diabetes, auto-immune disease. Hypertension in pregnancy ...…[more]

Words: 1525 (4 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Topography Document Type: Essays

Obesity

... times that of women of normal weight. In pregnancy, high pre-pregnancy weight is associated with an increased risk during the pregnancy of "hypertension, gestational diabetes, urinary infection, Cesarean section and toxemia" and is also associated with increased incidence of……[more]

Words: 5522 (20 Pages) Topic: Black Studies Document Type: Term Paper

Boys And Girls Club Of America

... 4 1.1 Drugs 4 1.2 Crime 5 1.3 Victimization 6 1.4 Lack of Education 7 1.5 Teen Pregnancy 8 2.0 Programs to Combat Juvenile Problems in Society 10 ... pregnancies among the ten to fourteen year olds in 2000……[more]

Words: 7437 (25 Pages) Topic: Criminal Justice Document Type: Term Paper

The Effects Of Alcohol On The Human Body

... of common risk factors such as tobacco use, unsanitary water, high cholesterol or hypertension (Rehm, 2011).…[more]

Words: 2472 (8 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Drugs and Alcohol Document Type: Research Paper

Reckless Endangerment How Outsized Ambition Greed And Corruption Led To Economic Armageddon By Morgenson Gretchen

This paper is a book review of Reckless endangerment: How outsized ambition, greed, and corruption led to economic Armageddon. The book was written by New York Times financial writer Gretchen Morgenson and financial and policy analyst Joshua Rosner, and in……[more]

Words: 67507 (7 Pages) Sources: 1 Topic: Management Document Type: Book Review

Biology Nitric Oxide

... found to be declined in patients with hypertension, while the flow induced vasodilatation was dealt. Such variations in the endothelial activity could be a consequence of hypertension. (Luscher, 1994, p. 1082 ... at childbirth during physiological pregnancy and pregnancy……[more]

Words: 67517 (200 Pages) Topic: Economics Inflation Document Type: Term Paper

Neurofibroma And Anesthesiology

... or Cutaneous neurofibromas are skin tumor growths, which commence prepubertally or during pregnancy, can be found both either above or within the skin surface16. The ...…[more]

Words: 5539 (15 Pages) Sources: 50 Topic: Medical and Medicine Document Type: Research Paper

Prebiotic Potential Of Chitosans

Increasing evidence purporting a number of health benefits associated with the intake of probiotic bacteria has produced a massive worldwide market of probiotic foods. In the dissertation, "Microencapsulation of probiotic bacteria in xanthan-chitosan polyelectrolyte complex gels,"Sanem Argin (2007), Doctor of……[more]

Words: 20305 (25 Pages) Citation Style: None

Bronchial Epithelium In Asthma Normal Function Damage And Repair

Moreover, the incidence of childhood asthma has continued to increase over the past several decades in spite of the increasing availability of efficacious medications that have been shown to control chronic symptoms and treating exacerbations (Kercsmar et al. 2006). Furthermore,……[more]

Words: 14110 (50 Pages) Sources: 40 Topic: Medical Diseases Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: Harvard

Program Project Design Grant Proposal

The goal, then, for this project is to educate children, young adults and parents concerning nutrition in regards to obesity and the many problems that can develop without weight control and discipline. This program will attempt to provide the citizens……[more]

Words: 4323 (15 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Health Nutrition Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: Does not matter

Health Psychologist s Role In Diabetes

.......................................... 29 Psychological Factors in Diabetes ............................................................. 30 Current Interventions ............................................................................ 38 Challenges of Working with Asian Americans .............................................. 41 Chapter 5: Biopsychosocial Treatment Approach ...…[more]

Words: 25716 (71 Pages) Topic: Psychology general Citation Style: APA

Minor Thesis Or Literature Review Topic Responses To Family Violence In Cambodia

Phavi denotes family violence to more accurately be labeled. In the process of exploring this dark, too frequently concealed subject, this researcher presents considerations to answer the research question: What community-based family violence prevention models/strategies and response systems utilized in……[more]

Words: 79136 (8 Pages) Topic: Economics International Trade Document Type: Term Paper

CHF

If an individual has a risk factor for congestive heart failure, the likelihood of getting that disease or condition is increased. However, it is possible to develop congestive heart failure even without the risk factors, and possible that congestive heart……[more]

Words: 14844 (8 Pages) Topic: Drugs and Alcohol Document Type: Term Paper

Fetal Nicotine Syndrome

... of Births from 1960 to 1966 documented pregnancy outcomes as detrimental effects on neonatal behavior, underweight or obesity, and complications of diabetes or hypertension. This was bolstered by the results ... to earlier studies, prenatal environmental tobacco smoke and……[more]

Words: 4104 (15 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Health Public Health Issues Document Type: Research Paper

Pathophysiology Of The Metabolic Syndrome

... been diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome are noted to be at increased risk of hypertension, dylipidemia, insulin resistance, impaired glucose tolerance and Type II diabetes. Because ...…[more]

Words: 1182 (4 Pages) Sources: 5 Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

What Are The Health Concerns And Associated Risks With Usage Of Sugar Substitute For Over 10 Years And Its Effects On Genetics In Women Of Child Baring Age

This study looks at the true effects of food additives, particularly sugar substitutes like aspartame. FDA, the American Diabetic Association and a number of researches have endorsed its appropriate use for food. But more and more studies are coming up……[more]

Words: 4352 (15 Pages) Topic: Aboriginal Studies Document Type: Research Paper

City Of God

Metabolism refers to the manner in which the body detoxifies drugs, breaking some down in the liver so they can more easily circulate or be excreted. Every person has a unique rate of metabolism, and a variety of factors such……[more]

Words: 13206 (3 Pages) Topic: Film Document Type: Essay

Biological Sciences

... the CYP2B genes being the most effectively induced. PB-type inducers primarily regulate at the transcription level. ... . For instance, researchers monitoring patients with hypertension have determined that more than a third had a specific ... exposed to background……[more]

Words: 13209 (50 Pages) Topic: Economics Banking Document Type: Term Paper

Research Paper Interview Drug Paxil You Made Person s Reaction Taking Paxil A Sentences Offer Support Paper Emphasis Show Analysis Assumtions Descriptive Assumptions Facts Travel Transform Public Opinion Relates Drug Understanding Drug Prescribed I Cite Sources References Scholoarly Journals Fictious Interview Supporting Analysis

This paper provides the history of the drug, representative evidence from the scientific community that confirms its several dangers, as well as the results of two face-to-face interviews with former Paxil users to identify specific points of convergence with the……[more]

Words: 2037 (7 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Accounting History Document Type: Essays

HELLP Syndrome

... flu, systemic lupus erythemetous or SLE, acute fatty liver of pregnancy AFL, thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura or TTP and other ... . In addition to the risks of high blood pressure during pregnancy, which reduce the flow of blood to……[more]

Words: 1956 (6 Pages) Topic: Sports Steroids Document Type: Term Paper

Military Retiree Benefits Did The Government Keep Its Promise

In addition to the pensions that military retirees are entitled to there are other benefits in terms of insurance; the most important benefit is those that involve health and medical coverage. In October 1996, Congress passed the Veterans' Health Care……[more]

Words: 12385 (55 Pages) Sources: 12 Topic: Military Document Type: Thesis

The Effects Of In Utero Development On The Health And Well Being Throughout Childhood And Adolescence

... origin. A 2009 study by Alison et.al focused on maternal gestational weight gain, pre pregnancy BMI and the onset of later obesity in the daughter. This retrospective ... developing obesity at 18 (OR 1.81, 95%CI 1.222.69). This study clearly……[more]

Words: 1899 (6 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Psychology Child Document Type: Term Paper

Lupus

... or central nervous system. It also improves when the drug inducing it is stopped. On the other hand, neonatal lupus develops in newborns ... and phenytoin and almost 100 others. Symptoms of classic drug-induced lupus resemble those of influenza.……[more]

Words: 2303 (8 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Medical Disorders Citation Style: APA

Meds Of CF

These symptoms can include poor growth or failure to gain weight, abnormally foul-smelling, greasy stools, constipation with distended abdomen, and/or complete intestinal blockage. Further complications from a disrupted digestive system can include diabetes, night blindness, rickets, anemia, bleeding disorders, bile……[more]

Words: 3018 (3 Pages) Topic: Pharmacy Document Type: Term Paper

Psychoactive Drugs Medical Anthropology Psychotherapy

For the introduction I am interested in this topic because I believe it is the key to bringing connectedness on a global scale and to heal certain disorders in people such as PTSD. One example of treatment is MDMA and……[more]

Words: 4895 (9 Pages) Sources: 9 Topic: Anthropology Document Type: Research Paper

Crystal Meth Addiction And Abuse Problems In Los Angeles County

Meth addiction and abuse problems are on a rise in Los Angeles County and many other places in other countries. Its use and abuse has become so common that some people have started referring to it as the new heroin.……[more]

Words: 6370 (20 Pages) Sources: 20 Topic: Nursing Document Type: Research Paper

Charcot Marie Tooth Syndrome

Medical experts believed that the slowdown of conduction in motor and sensory nerves caused weakness and numbness. A more recent study by Krajewski and his group tended to attribute neurological dysfunction and clinical disability in Type 1 to a loss……[more]

Words: 2657 (10 Pages) Topic: Genetics Document Type: Term Paper

Effective Treatment For Individuals Suffering From Anxiety Who Range In Age From Late Teens To Late Twenties

Review of the Relevant Literature Definition and Diagnosis of Anxiety Life in the 21st century is certainly no piece of cake, and it is little wonder than so many young people are anxious about their current lives as well as……[more]

Words: 91944 (14 Pages) Sources: 15 Topic: Psychology Counseling Citation Style: APA

Drugs

... aldosterone receptors, acting as a potassium-sparing diuretic. It is commonly used to treat edema, hypertension, and in treating potassium deficiency and hyperaldosteronism. Side effects commonly include ... systems. This is commonly used as an emergency contraceptive pill because in……[more]

Words: 655 (1 Pages) Sources: 5 Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: None

The Final Project PSY 240 Called Analyzing Psychological Disorders You Interviewing A Psychologist Position A Top Company In Part A Analyze Psychiatric Disease Schizophrenia Discussing Parts Brain Affected Neural Basis Symptoms Drug Therapies

... bad or inconsistent parenting and influenza in the mother during pregnancy were offered as possible causal factors (the latter ... that dopamine agonists such as cocaine and amphetamines can induce psychosis in healthy subjects and aggravate psychotic symptoms in……[more]

Words: 2507 (7 Pages) Sources: 8 Topic: Parenting Document Type: Essays

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