Acne and Its Phychosocial Impacts
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...Acne and Its Psychosocial Impacts Acne and Its Psychosocial Impacts Of all chronic diseases, skin diseases have the greatest impact on a person because it is highly visible. Through it is not life threatening, it can affect a person’s quality of life, as it is often correlated with self-esteem and self image (Falvo, 2005, p. 438). In a society which places high regard for appearance, and a healthy, glowing skin, skin disorders are often associated with uncleanliness, In many cases, people with skin conditions are avoided, because of the perception that all skin problems are contagious. Minor skin conditions can have major psychosocial effects to...
The Use of Microdermabrasion for Acne
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...acne were entered into the al review board approved study. B. All patients were under dermatologic care for their acne at the time of their enrolment and remained on their acne medications while receiving the microdermabrasion treatment. C. The results were assessed by the physician as well as two nurses by comparing pre- and posttreatment photographs for the improvement of acne lesions and post-inflammatory changes. Reasons: The research of Jenifer Lloyd entitled The Use of Microdermabrasion for Acne: A Pilot Study explores the possibility of utilizing superficial peeling modality for the treatment of acne... Points I disagree with: A. Twenty-five patients (6 males and 19 females) with grade II-III acne ...
Impact of Dermatology Conditions- Acne vulgaris
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...Acne vulgaris Introduction Acne vulgaris is a common chronic inflammatory dermatological condition that affects more than 90% of adolescents during their teenage growth spurts due to the surge in hormones and often continues well into the adulthood years. Adolescent males are affected more than the females within the same age group, though the ratio reverses as the years of adolescence come to an end. Around the age of 25 years, 12% of women continue to suffer from the condition, while only 5% of men continue to have the problem. By the age of forty, the instance of acne falls to 5% females and 1% males. Commonly referred to as acne, the disease is the most common... Impact of Dermatology Conditions-...
After shave gel with acne treatment and with aloe vera for moisturizer
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...acne among men and at the same time to provide convenience. But the study seemed limited. Thus, the purpose of this paper is to present a discussion on the product components, manufacture, and marketing strategies as additional information and a form of improvement of the former study. It aims to answer the following questions: 1. What modification could be added to improve the former products? 2... MinJeong Kang 655780392 submitted) After Shave Gel: Make-up Paper For the past several years, women are the only sof most beauty products out in the market, be it for slimming, hair grooming, skin whitening or tanning and other purposes. However, in these days, men are also competing with women not only on...
Acne:effects on adolescent development
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...ACNE: EFFECTS ON ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT Acne: effects on adolescent development Insert Insert Insert Name 11 April 2011 Acne: Effects on Adolescent Development When sebum oil is not drained to the surface of the skin, it blocks, causing bacteria to starts multiplying. When the sebum and bacteria stay under the skin, they yield to whiteheads, which are tiny white spots normally occurring when pores of the skin open to the surface, leading the sebum to oxidize and turn into black spots. Sometimes, acne can be inflammatory, and can also occur in form of pimples and cysts that emerge when the skin pores block (AAD 2010). According to medical authors, Rockoff, Cole and Gary (2011), acne... ?Running head:...
Select one of your favorite brands that is involved in licensing. Write one page on why or why not it works for the brand.
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...Acne Studio Licensing Agreement The fashion industry has been exploded with the trend of licensing. The fashion manufacturers have become savvy to the potential of extending their brands. In the fashion industry, licensing does not only involve the licensing of brands but also the trademarks. The collaborations through licensing allow fashion brands to operate in multiple locations, and also maintain the quality of their products. Acne Studios is one of those companies, which have relied on licensing agreements to expand in multiple locations (Hagedoorn, Lorenz-Orlean, and Kranenburg pp. 529). Acne Studios is a part of the Creative Collective Acne. The Studio was founded in the year 1996... [Supervisor...
Impact of Dermatology Conditions
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...Acne vulgaris Introduction Acne vulgaris is a common chronic inflammatory dermatological condition that affects more than 90% adolescents during their teenage growth spurts due to the surge in hormones and often continues well into the adulthood. Adolescent males are affected more than the females of same age group, though the ratio reverses as the years of adolescence come to an end. Around the age of 25 years, 12% women while only 5% of men continue to suffer from the condition. With the incidence falling to 5% females and 1% males at the age of 40 years. Commonly referred to as acne, the disease is the most common condition affecting pilosebaceous follicles. Its... Impact of Dermatology Conditions-...
Nanotechnology
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...Acne has for long been a problem for many people and numerous treatment procedures on the same has not worked. However, with today technology and modernization, nanotechnology can help treat the condition. However, it should not be concluded that it is 100% reliable. When administered wrongly, it can have tremendous side effects. Thus, in any form of acne treatment, be it beBenzoyl peroxide, Tretinoin or Clindamycin, one should always confirm with the doctor so as to take the necessary precautions. It is with no doubt that Nanotechnology seems to be all round useful, but it too can cause more harm rather than being a solution... NA CHNOLOGY School affiliation Conclusion (ENGR101 Group Project Paper) Acne ...
Nanotechnology
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...acne Lecturer Na chnology and acne Na chnology is finding its application in the treatment of inflammatory and infectious disease, more so diseases of the skin. This application has been tested in the nitric oxide release of nanoparticles for effectively treating infections. This application works through utilizing nanomaterials that have antimicrobial properties. Acne is among the most common dermatological conditions. The potential of Nanotechnology in the technological field for both cosmetic and medical purposes is great. Nanotech medication can be devised that have strong antimicrobial properties to treat this infectious skin disease. The use of encapsulated benzoyl oxide... Na chnology and acne...
Scientific Research and Writing
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...acne, caries, obesity, coronary artery diseases, high blood pressure as well as other critical illnesses such as diabetes (Macdonald, 2004... and the occurrence of acne among college girls from Oklahoma State University. Research objective and hypotheses This research seeks to establish the contributions of chocolate in the occurrence of acne among college girls from Oklahoma State University. The research also seeks to validate the hypothesis that chocolate consumption is the major cause of acne among college girls from Oklahoma State University. The null hypothesis guiding this research is that chocolate consumption is not linked to the...
CASE 11.2
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...acne patients showed that there were more people in the market with dire need for an acne solution than research had stipulated. Acne being a sensitive condition most people would rather have a product that prevents it rather than cure which was the case in the market before proactive. It is therefore evident that any acne patient... CASE 11.2 Proactiv: How three critical marketing decisions shaped a new venture’s future? Proactiv shaped its brand by undertaking three critical marketing decisions in its early life. It was important for Rodan and Kathy to take these decisions because; a product’s early life cycle is what determines its success in the market. Dr. Rodan’s and Dr. Kathy’s experience with...
Olay in the United Arab Emirates
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...acne. Findings from the research showed that a majority of men (67% of the respondents) suffer from acne for periods ranging from 1 - 9 years. The current acne products in the market have various limitations, which can be effectively addressed by the new acne product introduction. 58% of the target market is ready to try new products. Hence, the new acne product will have a good chance of penetrating and succeeding in the market. Proposed product Product launch Olay has developed Olay acne skin care product and will launch it in the UAE market... ? Marketing Report Olay in the United Arab Emirates Insert Insert Grade Insert 25 May Introduction Olay is an American company that manufactures skin care...
Proactiv advertisment Analysis
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...acne. The advertisement is carried out by the company or brand, Proactiv. The advertisement comes from the company’s website, http://www.proactiv.com/?grcid=bpapus. The piece of advertisement features in YouTube version in http://www.youtube.com/user/proactiv/custom which is hosted by the aforementioned company’s website. Other items that are in the website are different success stories, information about acne, acne-related health information, customer service and other online connections [Facebook, Twitter, Pin us, YouTube and Google Plus] that are linked to the website. The general... ?Insert Introduction The advertisement is about a product known as Proactiv, a face cream which is used to clear acne....
Retin A/ Accutane (Advanced pharmacology)
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...acne vulgaris (Spratto & Woods, 2009). Retin A has also shown to fade dark spots, improve skin texture and smoothen the skin texture because it works at a cellular level (Wadyka, 2006). Retin A is used commonly for treatment or reduction of blackheads and whiteheads. Topical tretinoin works by decreasing micro comedone formation and reduces the cohesiveness of the follicular epithelial cells. It also... Retin A/ Accutane (Advanced pharmacology) Retin A/ Accutane (Advanced pharmacology) Retin A is a Tretinoin composed of Retinoic acid or Vitamin A acid and is available in the forms of creams, gels and liquids for topical administration. The main use of the topical formulations is for the treatment of acne ...
Roaccutane
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...acne, psychiatric effects The general objective of this study is to determine the association between Roaccutane (isotretinoin) and depression. Several studies linking these two were examined using library research in the later months of 2005. These studies were categorised as clinical trails, physician's clinical report, pilot study, patient's report, survey, or research. Foremost of these were published in professional medical journals in England, the United States, and Canada. Some were in eBooks or eJournals as digitised for cyber Research. All these sources were... Roaccutane (Isotretinoin) and depression Who, Chris Type of document: Dissertation Key words: Roaccutane, isotretinoin, depression,...
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...acne, a condition that comes with age. Simpson is a likeable spokesperson because she has it all in terms... ___________________________ Group # _____ EX 14 (6 points) Message Source Credibility.Due at the beginning Find an example of three commercials that use spokespeople. One ad should have an expert spokesperson, one ad should have a trustworthy spokesperson and one should have a likeable spokesperson. Attach a print or Internet ad, describe (or provide a link) to a TV or radio ad. Explain why the ad’s spokesperson is an expert or is trustworthy or is likeable. Expertise The Idaho Potato Commission has developed great commercials using Denise Austin who is an expert in physical fitness as the Idaho...
Professional Nursing
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...acne vulgaris patients treated with isotretinoin compared to antibiotic and topical therapy. Australasian Journal of Dermatology. Volume 43. Pp. 262-.268 doi:10.1046/j.1440-0960.2002.00612.xVolume 43 Issue 4 This paper is a critique on a research article written by Ng et al. (2002) on the relationship between depressive symptoms and quality of life of acne patients when treated with isotretinoin as compared to antibiotic and topical therapy... Chris Moysey Professional Nursing (Change this to please) October 3, 2006 Critique on research article Ng, Chee H., Mei M. Tam, Elizabeth Celi, Bruce Tate, and Isaac Schweitzer (2002, November). Prospective study of depressive symptoms and quality of life in...
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
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...acne to weight gain and excessive facial and body hair. There are currently no treatments that treat polycystic... Polycystic Ovary Syndrome July 27, Polycystic ovary syndrome is a disorder that forms cysts on the ovaries andcauses an irregular menstrual cycle in women who are of reproductive age. While it is more common for teenagers and young adults to develop this disorder, older women are capable of developing it as well. Research has yet to yield definite causes of polycystic ovary syndrome, though it is believed that excessive androgen and insulin play roles in its development, as well as the possibility of genetics. Symptoms can range from polycystic ovaries, an irregular menstrual cycle, and acne ...
Communication - Monroe's Motivated Sequence
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...acne out of your life?” It is a common knowledge... Monroe’s Motivated Sequence Monroe’s Motivated Sequence in Michelle Obama’s Speech Attention - The First Lady started herspeech by quoting President Obama as saying: “The challenges we face are unprecedented; and that we need to build a new foundation for economic growth in America.” Quoting the President and using “we” are effective strategies in acquiring the attention of the listeners, because it becomes apparent that the issue concerns them. Need - After saying that the administration is doing its part of the job, the First lady states: “But we cannot do this alone here in Washington. Economic recovery is as much about what you’re doing in your comm...
Blackhead
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...acne. This condition is medically called acne vulgaris. It is a skin condition that affects millions of people every year. Essentially, it is caused by a hyper activity of the sebaceous glands and the hair follicles. Sebaceous glands are oil secreting glands embedded in the dermis of the skin. They release an oily substance called sebum, that forms a thin covering on the surface of the skin and performs many functions, such as preventing excessive water loss, and hampering the entry of bacteria. Due to the constant growth and wear... Kamran Harris Biology 31 October 2007 Blackhead Introduction: homeostasis can be ...
Skin problems related to makeup
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...acne, and integrate... Section/# Skin Health and Makeup: An Overview Although makeup has come a long way within the past several decades,relying on neutral minerals and non-toxic and/or damaging ingredients, the fact of the matter is that wearing makeup everyday can have some unpleasant effects on skin quality and health. As a function of discussing these indirect effects, this particular essay will analyze the different factors that contribute to these negative effects on skin health. For purposes of clarity, the points which will be analyzed herein will be concentric around the following points: heavy use of makeup can clog pores and cause dirty skin, increase the prevalence of conditions such as...
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.
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...acne and obesity. Infrequent or absent menstruation, together with weight gain and excessive amounts of bodily hair, may signal the condition in adolescents. The first sign of polycystic ovarian syndrome for many women past the puberty stage is usually when there is unexplainable weight gain, or when they have difficulty in getting pregnant, as eggs are not released from the ovaries as they should be. There may also be a loss of scalp... ?Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome I. Definition Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a quite common hormonal disorder among women of reproductive age. Nardo ( 2013) describes it as the commonest hormonal condition affecting women in the pre-menopausal age group, and he also...
Derm Project Assignment
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...Acne Folliculitis Acne, scientifically called Acne vulgaris... is a common skin condition. It affects the hair follicles at the chest, face or even the back. It is manifested in the skin as congested pores called comedones, pustules, tender red bumps or cysts. Diagnosis of acne is on the basis of patient history and physical assessment. Initial pathology through microscopy is called microcomedo and, involves open or comedones referred to as blackheads and whiteheads respectively. These include Pillsbury acne grading scale, acne cook scale and acne Leeds technique (Gaeddert, 2003). Folliculitis is a common skin condition which...
Investigate the Potential Opportunity of Marketing This Brand In the UK for a Pharmaceutical Company
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...acne cream to its customers at a quite lowest price. By doing so, it might attract a wide range of customers towards the brand thereby amplifying its reputation and brand value in the market of UK among others. Marketing Audit Marketing audit is one of the most popular strategic techniques used to analyze and evaluate the marketing capabilities... Investigate the potential opportunity of marketing this brand in the UK for a pharmaceutical company Executive Summary This essay mainly highlights the strategies and policies taken by a renowned pharmaceutical organization named Bursti, while entering the market of United Kingdom. Apart from this, it also describes the competitive scenario of the industry of...
Effects Overeating Has On Children
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...acne, hair loss and additional... Lori Garreans Vogel English 11 November 2009 Overeating and Its Effects on Children Overeating in children is linked to obesity which is particularly problematic because it can have both physical and mental consequences in the long and short term. Overeating is the process by which the individual consumes more food that he or she requires to sustain satisfactory health. In this regard, overeating is counterproductive since it can give rise to obesity which is linked to other health risks, both physical and mental. For children, the consequences of obesity as a result of overeating can cause hypertension, heart disease, diabetes and other physical health risks. ...
Write an Initial Post with a description of 2 patients
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...Acne (pimples on the head, neck, back, shoulders); Psoriasis (sore and itchy patches on the face, feet,back); Rosacea (redness and pimples on the skin); Vitiligo ( autoimmune disease, white... Initial post The reason of the cardiovascular problems in the first patient can be: Congenital heart disease (inborn defect in the heart structure); Heart failure (decreasing in the heart ability to maintain normal cardiac output); Arrhythmias (violation in synchronized heart rhythm); Hypertension (increased blood pressure); Coronary heart disease (damage in the blood vessels that supplies the heart itself); Cerebrovascular disease (defects in the work of blood vessels that supplies the brain);Peripheral artery...
Change in milk bacterias and the effect on teenage girls
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...acne. At this point, it is good to note that milk has two layers one that contains fat and one that does not. The fatty layer has hormones such as progesterone and androgens that stimulate acne. Acne leads to hormonal imbalances and thus abnormal experiences in regard to menstruation (Fox 45). The number of diseases caused by bacteria is large... Change in Milk Bacteria and Effect in Teenage Girls Milk has been known to be essential in the growth of human beings as well as other suckling mammals. This fact that cuts every corner of the globe may make it hard for one to comprehend that milk also has disease causing bacteria. Scientists, however, have proven beyond any reasonable doubt that indeed such...
Garbology
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...acne problems. This showed... number List of items thrown in the bin Wastes from fruits Plastic yoghourt bottles Cereal boxes Top loading sheet protectors Ink jet print transparencies Old magazines A book Garbology My family lives off in apartments that are rented out to people but not sold. The only exception is that our house was the only one that was sold out since my grandfather lived there decades ago. Since my childhood, I have been residing there with my parents and my two siblings. As a resident in the apartment, I have seen families move in and out and have met so many people through the process. In less than a fortnight, a family rented the house next to our house that tend to be so conservat...
Sports Nutrition
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...acne, reduced sex drive, sterility, heart diseases and cancer while in ladies growth of facial hair and deepening of the voice experienced. Therefore, in as much as they lead to gaining of the edge in competitiveness, they may affect the athlete’s overall health and other long-term effects including addictiveness (Shore, 2008). As a result of the above, I can never recommend such supplements to an athlete. Anabolic steroids have synthetic... Sports Nutrition SPORTS NUTRITION This essay is about popular enhancing supplements, whether I would implement the plan for an athlete, the regulations governing the use of these supplements and the way I would counsel an athlete that is using a banned substance....
A Marketing Plan for Successful Market Entry
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...acne whitening soap in the existing markets. Contents Contents 3 Main Findings 4 Justification of Competitive Strategic Option 4 Employing Elements of Marketing Mix 6 Conclusions 8 Recommendations 8 Timeline Activities 9 Reference List 10 Bibliography 11 Appendix 12 Introduction LUX is a company that has primarily engaged in production of beauty soaps since its inception in 1899. Though the company operates... Marketing Plan for Successful Market Entry Executive Summary This report throws light on a marketing plan for LUX. With the help of the plan, LUX would be able to ideate prolific strategies by virtue of which the company would be able to productively launch its existing products in new markets or...
Psychological development
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...acne... Psychological Development during Puberty Puberty has a lot of influence on the psychological development of an individual. The brain continues to develop and grow during puberty. Although they have a lot of tendency to be impulsive, yet the teenagers in the stage of puberty develop a sophisticated reasoning ability and they can develop opinions more maturely than children in the stage before puberty. At the time of commencement of puberty, reproductive hormones start being produced inside the body (Baker, 2012). As they develop, the individual experiences frequent changes in the mood. Mood swings happen with variation in the hormonal concentration. As the reproductive organs grow, the individuals ...
Anabolic Steroids
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...Acne and cysts, Breast growth and shrinking of testicles in men, Voice deepening and growth of body hair in women, Heart problems, including heart attack, Liver disease, including cancer... ?Anabolic Steroids and number Introduction Anabolic steroid is a compound, a group of synthetic hormones; usually derived from testosterone, that can produce numerous physiological effects including increased protein synthesis, muscle mass, strength, appetite and bone growth, Andy and Beaker (2010). When used in excessive doses, anabolic steroid is known to cause numerous side effects, including high blood pressure, increase in low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and hepatotoxicity among others (Andy and Beaker, 2010)....
Vitamin & nutrient toxicity and deficiency's effect on the skin
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...Acne is a human skin disease that results... ?Vitamin and nutrient toxi and deficiency's effect on the skin The skin is the largest organ in the body and it has several special functions. This means it has to be in the most right condition for it to function as desired. The skin also functions as an indicator of what is happening inside the body of a person. A healthy skin should be smooth, spotless, uniformly colored and should not have any rushes or cracks. However, there are times in which the human skin and that of other animals are affected by several types of diseases and conditions which could have no, little or a lot of impact on its functions. Among the cause of skin diseases or conditions is...
Comparing two story( A small good thing & The girl with the pimply face)
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...acne and the blemishes on her legs even though he was only responsible for the baby. Williams’ story emphasises the willingness... Naghmeh (Melody) Haghighi Matt Manson Writing: 340 03-01-06 “The Girl with the Pimply Face” and “A Small, Good Thing” Every individual hasthe obligation to engage in one or another sort of profession. Each individual’s job performance must be done to the best of their ability. The medical profession is a sensitive field, which needs special care givers with the skills to perform their jobs with excellent care and high quality. In this essay, I will compare relationships that exist between doctors and their patient’s family in two different stories. In “The Girl with the...
Discussion Questions WK
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...acne then drug A? (250 words) In order to do any kind of experiment... STATISTICS Statistics Questions Word Count: 250 page) Question What is correlation? What is an example of two variables that are likely to be correlated because they are both changing over time? (125 words) Correlation mean how much two elements are most alike. According to Reinard (2006), “In simplest terms, a correlation is "the extent to which two or more things are related…to one another” (pp. 88). An example of two variables that are likely to be correlated because they are both changing over time are air quality and soil quality. If we were to measure over a specific period of time, we would see that these two variables cou...
BHS 400 STRESS MANAGEMENT (Module 5 CBT)
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...acne and psoriasis. Stress is also linked to erectile dysfunction, low fertility, pregnancy-related problems and painful menstruation (Curtis, 2009). There are mainly 3 types of stress coping strategies... BHS 400 – STRESS MANAGEMENT (Module 5 CBT) My friend has been suffering from job-related stress. I warned him about the hazardous effects that stress can have on his health. I also recommended some strategies to reduce and cope with stress. I found the internet source "Stress Management Health Center by WebMD" useful to learn about health effects of stress and stress management strategies. Hence I recommended this internet page to my friend for further information on stress. This internet source...
BodyBuilding And Steroids
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...acne, tendinitis and tendon rupture, liver diseases, enlargement of prostate, aggression, and so on. Some males-only side effects are enlarged breasts, baldness, shrinking of testicles, infertility, and impotence. Some females-only side effects are the development of a deep voice, enlarged clitoris, increase in body hair, baldness, and irregularity in periods (Mayo Clinic Staff) III. There are a number of natural substances and foods that are as effective as synthetic steroids but not harmful. Ecdysterone or beta-ecdysone, a natural anabolic agent free from any side effect, is a highly effective natural steroid; even stronger than methandrostenolone and dianabol, two very strong... Bodybuilding and...
Discussion Questions WK
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...acne then drug A? (250 words) In order to do any kind of experiment, one must... ? STATISTICS Statistics Questions Word Count: 250 page) Question What is correlation? What is an example of two variables that are likely to be correlated because they are both changing over time? (125 words) Correlation mean how much two elements are most alike. According to Reinard (2006), “In simplest terms, a correlation is "the extent to which two or more things are related…to one another” (pp. 88). An example of two variables that are likely to be correlated because they are both changing over time are air quality and soil quality. If we were to measure over a specific period of time, we would see that these two...
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrom & Fertility
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...acne, scalp hair thinning... Running Head: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Introduction In every woman, ovaries are very essential organs as far as fertilization is concerned. They play an essential role of producing eggs for fertilization in a woman’s body. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrom (PCOS), a condition that has excited massive interest and debate, affects the ovaries thereby leading to complexities such as infertility among other conditions. This paper defines polycystic ovarian syndrome, gives its symptoms, the possible causes, explains how it affects fertility, and as well as its treatment. Polycystic (meaning multiple cysts) Ovarian Syndrom, also known as the Stein-Leventhal syndrome, is possibly the com...
Questions for pharmacology
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...acne. Also an important cause for reduced compliance since women tend to worry about their skin a lot more than men and any alteration in their normal skin especially in the form of acne would make them stop using these medications. Some other side effects and disadvantages of these c-contraceptive pills include: breast tenderness, HMB i.e. heavy menstrual bleeding, PMS, pre menstrual syndrome, breakthrough bleeding and hirsutism. Also, CCPs cause an alteration in the clotting system of the blood and may even lead to venous thrombus formation or thromboembolism. Patients who... Ans Many formulations and regimens of combined oral contraceptive pills are available throughout the world. First andforemost...
Age regression - use of dermabrasion
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...acne scars and lessening surface markings due to aging. Ms. Jones sole purpose in having this procedure performed is entirely to fight of the aging effects that are occurring on her skin. The dermatologist safely removes the superficial epidermis through shaving it off with a rotary instrument to allow for epidermis regeneration. There are two layers of the skin, the dermal and epidermal, with epidermal layer "differentiated into five layers: horny layer (stratum corneum), clear layer (stratum lucidum), granular layer (stratum granulosum), prickle-cell layer... and number] in format: 12 May 2002] Age Regression The goal of dermabrasion is to reduce surfaceimperfections caused by such problems as...
Assigment 2
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...acne and discoloration (like a rash) of skin on her neck. She also... Motherhood How accurately do new mothers expectations of and plans for pregnancy and birthing reflect the realityof these experiences? Mother Number One Expectations If the mother could summarize the whole interview in a sentence, it would be that her expectations were not coherent with what she experienced. She said that the media talks so much about baby blues and postpartum depression that it made the issue trivial for her. On the other extreme she had heard about postpartum psychosis and the famous case where a mother killed her infant in psychosis-rage. It made the expectation really worse for her. She had also heard that the weig...
After shave gel: make-up
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...acne among men and at the same time to provide convenience. But the study seemed limited. Thus, the purpose of this paper is to present a discussion on the product components, manufacture, and marketing strategies as additional information and a form of improvement of the former study. It aims to answer the following questions: 1. What modification could be added to improve the former products? 2... ?MinJeong Kang 655780392 submitted) After Shave Gel: Make-up Paper For the past several years, women are the only s of most beauty products out in the market, be it for slimming, hair grooming, skin whitening or tanning and other purposes. However, in these days, men are also competing with women not only on...
Polycyctic Ovarian Syndrome
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...acne, skin tags, Acanthosis Nigricans (brown skin patches), high cholesterol levels, exhaustion or lack of mental alertness... ? Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Introduction: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is also referred as Stein-Leventhal Syndrome. It generally occurs in women reflecting hormonal problems that result in different symptoms. In this small cysts are formed in the ovaries. Although cysts in ovaries may be due to several other reasons as well, however it is from the symptoms and their characteristics that it can be determined whether an individual has obtained the PCOS. Studies reveal that PCOS is found in almost 5 to 10 percent of all women and the syndrome is mostly responsible for causing...
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
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...acne, marks, wrinkles, excessive or scanty hair, and the shape and size of the nose. The symptoms are evident in the patient’s over-consciousness. Apparently the patient seems quite normal. It is his/her worries regarding the skin, nose and hair that make him/her a patient. The patient feels stress about the assumed flaw and he/she pays a lot of attention towards it. The patient frequently checks his/her appearance in the mirror to pick out imperfections and to compare with others... ?Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) Overview of the disease: BDD is a sort of illness in which an individual gets preoccupied with real or imaginary, minor flaws in the physique pertaining to hair, nose and skin. “BDD is a...
Effects of eating too much junk food
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...acne. Additionally, the consumptions of foods rich in carbs and sugar make the bacteria residing inside the mouth to produce acid that destroy tooth enamel, one of the contributing factors in dental cavities. Consumption of junk foods also hampers with the health of adults. According to Jia (94), the food rich in calories... Effects of eating too much Junk Food Among the foods that are loved by most people in the world is junk food. In relation to this fact, the essay will mainly expound on the effect of junk food on the health of the consumers. Among the questions, the essay will address include: What is junk food? Why do people consume junk food? And What are the effects of consuming junk food?...
Comparison and contrast essay between saudia arabia and USA
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...acne is ‘laryngitis’ (Almustafa). Also, it has been noted that doctors in both the countries give due respect to the privacy of the patients (Almustafa). Dissimilarities In spite of having various similarities, Saudi Arabia and USA are acutely diverse in various fields. In the field of education, the two countries have completely different outlook in terms of approach towards education, rate of literacy, religion followed in school (). Other educational differences include the gender roles, grading scales and stages... English 2 December Similarities & Dissimilarities between Saudi Arabia & USA Introduction Of late, we have heard much buzz about the two nations, the Saudi Arabia and the...
Estrogen and progesterone ( Advanced pharmacology)
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...acne etc and are contraindicated in women with liver disease, breast cancer etc (Marchbanks et al., 2002). Further, Depo provera does not provide protection against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) REFERENCES Petitti, D. B. (2003) Combination Estrogen-Progestin Oral Contraceptives. New England Journal of Medicine, 349, 1443-50 Marchbanks, P. A., McDonald, J.A., Wilson, H.G., Folger, S.G., Mandel, M.G., Daling, J.R., Bernstein, L…. & Weiss, L.K. (2002). Oral Contraceptives and the Risk of Breast Cancer. New England Journal of Medicine, 346, 2025-32... Role of Estrogen and Progesterone in Contraception Affiliation Administration of estrogen and progesterone by means of oral, transdermal or depot...
Chemistry Research Paper - Vitamin B12
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...acne (Esperanca 86). Very rare cases of side effects are observed... ? 15 April Vitamin B12 Vitamin B12 (cobalamine), the last vitamin to be discovered, is a cobalt-containing compound (Insel et al. 452; Gropper, Smith and Groff 359). While it was isolated by Smith, its structure was identified by Hodgkin, and its utility in eliminating diseases such as pernicious anemia was demonstrated by Minot and Murphy (Gropper, Smith and Groff 359). Vitamin B12 is commercially available as cyanocobalamine, and is used as a supplement in case of vitamin B12 deficiency. This paper discusses some of the general features of the vitamin along with its uses and side effects. Chemical Structure The vitamin has a...
Effects of Glutathione skin whitening/lightening treatments on the skin.
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...acne and prevents acne marks and certainly slows down the aging process (Skin-Whitening-Product.com, 2011). The discovery... The effects of glutathione as skin lightening treatments on the skin A. Introduction of the health problem and its prevalence/incidence Glutathione has become one of the secret ingredients in lotion, oral tablets and injectable for skin whitening. This has become craze in Asia and many people there try to consult their doctors and other related clinical experts for this matter since glutathione is promoted as antioxidant especially for healthy glowing skin with no side effects. In the Philippines glutathione has long been used as skin-whitener injected in higher dose. However, the ...
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