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The Good News in American Medicine
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...American Medicine Economists in Dartmouth College in New Hampshire have studied millions of medicare billing records the results of which they published in an influential study The Dartmouth atlas of health care which deals with cost variations in American medicine. According to Dr. Elliot Fischer who runs the National scientific population health, economists have been researching for twenty years the cost variations in different communities all over the nation. A study has been conducted to compare two urban communities, Boston and New Haven which are similar in terms of good medical schools. According to the study there...
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Overdosed America The Broken Promise of American Medicine
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...American Medicine. By John Abramson "What I found over the next two and a half yearsof "researching the research" is a scandal in medical science that is at least the equivalent of any of the recent corporate scandals that have shaken Americans' confidence in the integrity of the corporate and financial worlds. Rigging medical studies, misrepresenting research results published in even the most influential medical journals, and withholding the findings of whole studies that don't come out in a sponsor's favor have all become the accepted norm in commercially sponsored medical research. To keep the lid sealed on this corruption of medical science... by the very people we depend on. I always...
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...Transportation Transportation is the movement of people, animals, goods etc. from one place to another. There are many transportationdepartments which provide better services to public. Transportation system is a way in which local government authorities provide transport schemes and services which impacts on almost every aspect of everyday life. The services should be procured and delivered is rightlythe subject of scrutiny both by the local government authorities themselves and externallytransport community. The better transportation is essential for a successful economy and society. Local transportation provides access to jobs, services and schools, gets goods to the shops and easily... Transportation...
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[Love] American Disease & Medicine in 1980's through today (2012)
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...American Disease and Medicine from 1980’s through today American disease and medicine has been through bad and good times. Since the late 1970’s and entry into the 1980’s, there is a large number of emerging pathogens which are threatening the life of people. Scientists have been working relentlessly to provide solutions to these problems. In addition, some pathogens have been developing resistance to drugs that were previously effective. On a positive note, the period from 1980 to today has seen the invention of vaccines and the understanding of the biochemical nature of threatening microorganisms. A better understanding...
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Hospitals and Medicine in the American Civil War 1861-1865
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...Medicine in the American Civil War 1861-1865 Introduction During the period of Civil War, medical technology was limited. As a result, doctors made no attempt of maintaining sterility. Most physicians of this time did not attend any medical school; instead, the doctors trained as apprentices. The few doctors who had attended medical schools received insufficient training. American Civil war had a great effect on almost everybody in the United States. With most men out in the fight, women wanted to show their support by showing an interest in becoming nurses. Many women volunteered to become nurses during the civil war, which was an indication of their strength to care for the men who... ? Hospitals and...
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Reason of Transfer to AUA College of Medicine (American University of Antigua)
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...American University of Antigua as the faculty and the environment would augment my experience as a student and it would not only make me a good student academically but also help develop my personality. I am a compassionate human being who feels for the pain of other and that is the reason I believe that studying medicine at the AUA would make me skilled in my field and provide me with an opportunity to work in the benefit of mankind.... I attended the first semester at Saba school of medicine but unfortunately I missed the pass grade requirement by a mark. The requirement was 75 while I got 74 in Gross Anatomies and 74.4 in Histology. I was shocked to see my result as...
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Medicine
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...American medicine, New York (3) 12. Turner.R.S. The growth of professional research in Prussia, 1818 to 1848., historical study in Physical science, Vol 3,1971, PP 137 to 82. (4)... Was there a Laboratory revolution in Medicine from c.1850 why One question that always arises in every ones mind, when the word medicine is spelledis "Medicine an art or science". This debate can be rooted back to the ages, that saw the concept of medicine being sprouted. I personally believe that this question is the point from which the entire existing medical advancement and break through have branched out from. Men folks leap into...
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Women in Medicine: Past, Present, and Future
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...Medicine”): Recent data suggest, however, that women are increasing their foothold within American medicine. According to the AMA (2000), women now compose 22.8% of U.S. physicians. Within academic institutions, 28% of full-time faculty are women, although their ranks are skewed toward the instructor or assistant professor levels. But the future does look promising. Women now make up 45.6% of new entrants to U.S. medical schools and are an entering majority in 36 schools. Women have come a very long way from their early beginnings of hiding their true gender in order to gain access to a medical education. They have broken through every glass ceiling that has... ?Women in Medicine: Past Present and Future ...
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Impact of Heroic Medicine on Contemporary Medicin
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...American medicine24. He was a very influential practitioner and teacher. However, the mark and legacy he left in medicine is considered an embarrassing and messianic legacy when scientific and factual evidence would be considered. His heroic medicine practice is supported by unscientific doctrines and concepts, mostly alongside the encompassing nature of disease which he never closely considered25. He perceived nature to be an adversary, one which must be managed within the midst of his dead patients. He considered himself very observant, often carrying his... ?Impact of Heroic Medicine on Contemporary Medicine Introduction Physical sciences and life sciences in the United s went through a rich...
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The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down: Cultural Variation in Medicine
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...American medicine calls severe epilepsy, and what Hmong medicine calls the spirit catches you and you fall down. For the doctors, epilepsy is a strange and horrible disease that must be heavily medicated to prevent any additional seizures. For the Hmong people, quab dab peg is both a disease, and a calling. In Hmong culture, seizures are seen as a sign that the person can communicate with the spirit world, and has the makings of a shaman. Even if they end up not being a healer, they have a mark of distinction in their society. Seizures are not medicated, (there are no drugs... The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down: Cultural Variation in Medicine It is not unusual for there to be differences in...
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Is socialized medicine a good move for the United States
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...medicines for the purpose of offering better welfare to the people. Works Cited Brook, Yaron, “Why Are We Moving Toward Socialized Medicine”?. AYN Rand Centre. Web. 26 May 2013. Bizzle, Marla, Fraga, Denise, Seremetis, Laurie and Lambrew, Jeanne. “The Specter of Socialized Medicine”. Centre for American Progress. Web. 26 May 2013. Friedson, Eliot, and Lorber, Judith. Medical... Professionals and the organization of Knowledge. New Jersey: Transaction Publishers, 2008. Print. “Forbes. com LLC”. A Finalized Path to Full Socialized Medicine in America. Sites. Web. 26 May 2013....
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Personalized Medicine
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...medicine, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI) (2008) are enumerating the following: “(1) educating doctors and patients about the goals and limitations of personalized medicine; (2) reorienting the pharmaceutical industry to develop and market drugs for relatively small populations: (3) designing clinical trials to maximize the possibilities offered by personalized medicine; (4) developing diagnostic tests... Personalized Medicine Personalized Medicine The National Human Genome Research Institute has provided a definition of personalized medicine as “an emerging practice of medicine that uses an individuals genetic profile to guide...
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...medicine, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI) (2008) are enumerating the following: “(1) educating doctors and patients about the goals and limitations of personalized medicine; (2) reorienting the pharmaceutical industry to develop and market drugs for relatively small populations: (3) designing clinical trials to maximize the possibilities offered by personalized medicine; (4) developing diagnostic tests... ? Personalized Medicine Personalized Medicine The National Human Genome Research Institute has provided a definition of personalized medicine as “an emerging practice of medicine that uses an individual's genetic profile to guide...
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Tropical Medicine
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...medicine, as it is perceived in the United States. The uniquely British concept of a separate career structure for specialists in sexually transmitted diseases divorced from the broader subject of infectious diseases is ill adapted to a future within Europe and the broader world. Because of the widespread of diseases World Health Organization releases several guidelines and possible prevention of the tropical diseases. Reference Kevin M De Cock, Sebastian B Lucas, David Mabey, Eldryd Parry Tropical medicine for the 21st century http://www.bmj.com/archive/7009ed.htm April 30, 2007 The American Society of Tropical...
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Sports Medicine
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...medicine include; The American College of Sports Medicine, The American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine, The American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, The National Strength and Conditioning Association, as well as The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. Other international organizations include the International Federation of Sports Medicine and the International Counsel of Sports Science and Physical Education. All these organizations work closely together to ensure that all sports people receive the relevant health care by their diverse needs (De Bruijn, Kollen, and Baarveld 29). The realization that sports and physical exercise have a significant role... Sports Medicine...
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Homeopathic Medicine vs. Western Medicine
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...Americans but of other people in the world as well. Besides, no one of any age is immune from anxiety and stress. No matter how trivial, children too experience stress in the same way that adults experience it when dealing with the more serious things in life. The proven effectiveness of homeopathic medicine in curing these mental diseases is indeed a welcome idea for those who want to avoid the side effects as well as the exorbitant cost of conventional Western medicine. Aside from the aforementioned benefits, homeopathy is all... ? Homeopathy The increasing use of homeopathic medicine has been questioned by several medical experts and advocates of traditional Western medicine because of the former’s...
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Modern medicine vs herbal medicine
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...medicines have been ardently proven to be effective in treating diseases and illness of fatal nature .Without modern medicines many diseases would have been difficult to resist before a century or so. It can be definitely stated here that, human life span would have been cut short half if modern medicine would have been absent from our daily life. In the website (Alternative Medicine,2011)it is stated that ,“Conventional medicine is comprised of drugs that suppress the body's natural immune responses”. It is the world of the American Medical Association (AMA) which is aligned with the multibillion dollar pharmaceutical industry. There is no better... ? Herbal Medicines V/S Modern Medicinesc Medicines in...
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Socialized medicine or Universal medicine
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...American system limits government intervention based on the notion that market forces will facilitate cost effectiveness and efficiency in the provision of healthcare. On the hand, socialized medicine encourages government intervention because health care is viewed as an essential need. For example, in Canada and Europe healthcare is viewed as a public service, which is why the government is in full control of healthcare provision. Social medicine justifies government intervention because it helps in handling the problem of economic inequality and universal access to health care. In contrast to the social... Social Medicine vs. U.S. Health Care System There are different health care systems...
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MEDICINE MANAGEMENT
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...Medicine Management: Salbutamol Nebules Introduction Salbutamol Nebules is a drug used for the treatment of severe bronchospasm associated with chronic bronchitis and bronchial asthma (Newham & Lipworth, 2012). The drug owes its name to the fact that it is administered through a nebulizer where it is used with compressed oxygen. The Salbutamol Nebule is administered at dosage strength of 5 mg salbutamol base/ 2.5 mL (GSK, 2014). The non-medicinal ingredients in the solution include Sodium chloride, dilute sulphuric acid and water. Salbutamol Nebules, commonly referred to simply as salbutamol, is an inhalable medicine that is administered...
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Chinese Medicine
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...Medicine Introduction Chinese medicine is one of the oldest forms of treatment that has been used all over the globe. Currently, it is steadily earning its market position in the US. Americans prefer TCM as compared to the conventional medicine available in formal hospitals. However, Chinese form of treatment mainly uses naturally occurring plants that have medicinal value. Chinese medicine aims at treating the main cause of disease and not the appearing symptoms as it takes a holistic perspective by focusing on the well-being of the whole body. These include soul, body and mind in one complete cycle. However, one of the major types of Chinese treatment that is widely known by many... is the...
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Love Medicine
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...Medicine Love Medicine is an eight person narrative story which clearly depicit's two Native American families's struggling with life issues that have been the circle of existence since man-kind has been born. The dramatic and varied emotions expressed through the portrayal of each character are what bring the Native American spirit into the story. Each of the narrator's has their own compelling story to tell but they are all related in someway, with one ambition. They all are seeking to find loves' grace and hopefully find peace in the retribution it will undoubtedly bring to their lives. It seems not to matter that the stories are somewhat disconnected because... English: 16 October 2005 Love...
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Love Medicine
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...American Society. The Native Americans were driven away from their land, and send to unproductive land in South Dakota. If the government was genuine to them, it could return their land and restore their properties. The higher authority snatched from them any valuable thing they had. It is not a terrible thing to think that any government interference is for nefarious reasons. The facts speak for themselves in the manner the Native Americans were treated. Works Cited Schultz, Lydia A. "Fragments and Ojibwe Stories: Narrative Strategies in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine." College Literature 18.3 (1991): 80-95.... Dennis: Love Medicine begins with a death and continues to trace the timely and untimely...
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Ayurvedic Medicine
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...American Family Physician, pp. 1169-1174, Accessed 17 April 2006, http://www.aafp.org/afp "Ginger" 2004. NutraSanus, Accessed 23 April 2006, http://www.nutrasanus.com/ginger.html "Ginger Root" 2005. PDRhealth, Thompson Healthcare, Accessed 23 April 2006, http://www.pdrhealth.com/drug_info/nmdrugprofiles/herbaldrugs/101230.shtml Hollyer, T., Boon, H., Georgousis, A., Smith, M., & Einarson, A. 2002. 'The use of CAM by women suffering from nausea and vomiting during pregnancy', BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Vol. 2, No.5, Accessed 18 April 2006, http... Ayurvedic Medicine in Maternal and Foetal Health: An Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of Zingiber Officinale (ginger) as an...
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Complimentary Alternative & Intergrative Medicine
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...American population has increasingly resorted to Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) for treatment of certain medical conditions. In a nationwide survey conducted among 31,000 American adults, thirty-eight percent resorted to some form of CAM in the previous 12 months, that percentage excludes the use of prayer and megavitamins which will raise the figures to 62% ( Stone & Matthews, 1996, p.64 .).Why is this trend steadily gaining acceptance? What are the factors that can be attributed to the increased acceptance of CAM? Presently, what are the obstacles in the acceptance of CAM in some groups in the US? This research attempts to answer these questions... In the past two decades, the...
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Sports Medicine Research Paper
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...medicine. New york: McGraw-Hill Professional,, 2007. print Paul G. Dyment, American Academy of Pediatrics. Committee on Sports Medicine and Fitness. Sports medicine: health care for young athletes. michigan: The Academy, , 2007. print Strauss, Richard H. Sports medicine. philadelphia: W.B. Saunders,, 2006. print Venu Akuthota, Stanley A. Herring. Nerve and Vascular Injuries in Sports Medicine. New York: Springer, , 2009. print... Sports Medicine Sports medicine is a scientific branch of medicine that deals with the principles relating to the art and science of sports and it majorly deals with diagnosis of sports injury, its treatment,...
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Health and Culture
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...American and western system of medicine lies in the fact that Native American medicine is based on intuition, while western system of medicine is run by sheer logic. In western medicine the treatment is based along the lines of strict protocols which are supposed to be learned and followed, without fail, by every medical student who goes to medical school. It can be said that the whole system is systematic and every step is charted out based on the research and work of physicians in the past. There are constant up gradations to the way the treatment is carried out through various health organisations who carry out... Module Case Introduction to Health and Culture The basic difference between the Native...
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History of medicine
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...medicine, as well as how drastically the realm of medicine overall has changed throughout the years. We know an incredible amount of information now, especially when compared back to a time such as the 17th and 18th centuries, and even the things that seem so simple these days, most of them were not even know centuries ago. Works Cited Brewster, P. G (1962). 'Physician and Surgeon as Depicted in 16th and 17th Century English Literature', Osiris, 14, 13-32. Carlyle, Thomas (2002). The French Revolution: A History. CA: Modern Library. Cipolla, Carlo (1978). 'Public Health and the Medical Profession in the Renaissance', The...
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Colonial Medicine
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...medicine was practiced. During the Colonial Times, people were very optimistic. The new United States was in a very progressive time in history, and the new citizens of this land were determined to depend on Britain much less for their goods. Mills and factories sprouted all over the place, and businesses were growing. Money had to be made, and the men, especially... The Colonial times were a time for new beginnings. Explorers settled into new lands, new opportunities were created, and many families made a new life for themselves. After all, this was when the Industrial Revolution was born. The Colonial Times were a unique time period in our history. Much is to be said about such times, especially how...
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BHS 414 Cross Cultural Health Perspectives (Mod 1 CBT)
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...American and western system of medicine lies in the fact that Native American medicine is based on intuition, while western system of medicine is run by sheer logic. In western medicine the treatment is based along the lines of strict protocols which are supposed to be learned and followed, without fail, by every medical student who goes to medical school. It can be said that the whole system is systematic and every step is charted out based on the research and work of physicians in the past. There are constant up gradations to the way the treatment is carried out through various health organisations who carry out... Module Case Introduction to Health and Culture The basic difference between the Native...
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AntiAging Medicine
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...American Medical Association and etc. The Anti-aging Medicine focuses on an aggressive care of disease through the use of high-tech diagnostic and treatment biomedical technologies to simply trace disease on its early onset. Its goal is not only to just prolonging life of individuals by to make sure that those individuals are enjoying a good disposition in life by being productive and participative. The Benefits of being knowledgeable It is said that getting the longevity of life payoffs not only for individual consumption but as a society as well. If one will take a look on the potentials of saving more money through the insurance, everybody will be like... Anti-Inflammatory Drugs as Anti - Aging of...
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Complementary or Alternative Medicine
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...medicine in seeking help. The use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is widespread among Americans and is probably influenced by cultural background (Hsiao et al, 2006). Clinical observation suggests that it is important for health care providers and health care policymakers to understand and accept the use of CAM procedures, especially in the cases involving immigrant and cultural groups. Failure to do so can result in patients withholding important information... COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE Contemporary and alternative medicines (CAM) represent a spectrum of diverse medical practices, old and new-age, designed to prevent or treat diseases and other health conditions. ...
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Natural Health Through Natural Medicine
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...medicine. Natural medicine or Alternate medicine is the need of the hour rather than the impersonal, expensive, technology- dependant Modern medicine with its side effects.. Natural medicine is general term used for a range of unconventional medicines using natural substances and energy fields such as Reiki, Yoga, Homeopathy , Ayurveda, Chinese medicine and many others which assist the body to heal itself. Throughout history the art of healing has been practiced by all cultures. Plants and plant products have been used by the native American healers with great success. The Indian medicine system of Ayurveda, the traditional Chinese system of medicine, the Druids of Europe... Running Head: NATURAL HEALTH ...
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Sports Medicine
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...Medicine Australia Screening Questionnaire) form to a client A. SMA is a modification of American College of Sports Medicine's guidelines for pre-exercise screening and testing. The purpose of the questionnaire is to assess the level of his fitness before he embarks on any physical activity program. It is designed to provide a level of guidance so that those who are beginning regular physical activity are directed in an appropriate way to increase their safety and help them enjoy the experience (SMA,2005). It would provide the right direction to the fitness program, thereby preventing risk of health complications and a lack of motivation... Laboratory questions How would you explain the SMA (Sports...
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Preventative Medicine
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...Medicine, pages 219-225, and Haffner and Cassells' (2003) paper entitled Hyperglycemia as a cardiovascular risk factor, which was published in volume 115 of the journal The American Journal of Medicine. These two papers were used in course of writing the dissertation entitled Effects of diet and lifestyle on cardiovascular disease: sifting the evidence. The review will present a summary of the main methods and findings of each... in a confusing manner, with unclear writing and much repetition of information. On this basis, it is argued that the paper of Sundquist and Johansson (2004) is far more successful, scientifically, than the paper of Haffner and Cassells (2003)....
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Revolution of the American Health Care Industry
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...American Health Care Industry al Affiliation Impact, Aspects, and Characteristics of 18th and 19th CenturyAmerican Health Care America has come a long way in terms of health care and medicine reforms. Medical services have undergone significant revolution from the preindustrial period, to the postindustrial period, and now to the managed care period. During the 18th and 19th centuries, which comprised of the pre-industrial periods, American medicine and healthcare was characterized by underdeveloped, deplorable, and primitive conditions. The rest of Europe was ahead of America in the pre-industrial era. However, America resolved to reform its healthcare system through... significantly to...
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Alternative Medicine
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...medicine of yesteryears’ mothers who kept it around to keep coughs and colds at bay” (Ehrlich, 2007). There are references to the use of yarrow as a medicinal plant in England, Italy, Greece, the Middle East, China and among numerous Native American tribes. Yarrow has long been associated with the treatment of intestinal... Dietary Supplements There is a strong tendency among people to read an article in a magazine and believe everything it claims to the degree that it is presented in a professional way. This tendency seems to be even stronger when the article contains information about one’s health – how to improve it or what might be threatening it. This is one of the main ways people have of...
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Personalized Medicine
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...Medicine Describe how typical the attitudes that Sheehy reports appear to be in work environments you have experienced. The attitudes that Sheehy reports are so real in work place nowadays. Many people have jobs which they do not like and so they do not take anything seriously when it comes to their work; the majority are there to make money. Sheehy mentions that the majority of his colleagues were students, trying to make money to use during summer. This significantly explains their attitude towards their job; they are there to make extra money and so they did not care about what happened to their jobs. They considered that work belongs to “dummies.” Their work ethic was to milk... ? Personalized...
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Dangers of homeopathic medicine
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...American Academy of Pediatrics express that no medicine given to children should carry more than 5% of alcohol, the FDA acknowledges that fact that some homeopathic remedies carry as much as 10% alcohol (Donn, 2009). It is also important to note that studies by the FDA reveal that at least 20 ingredients in conventional drugs including digitalis and morphine are also present in homeopathic medicines (Donn, 2009). Other homeopathic remedies are also taken from cancerous and diseased tissues; and some are even derived from powerful poisons. And yet their concentration and dilution in the homeopathic drugs is at best, very much dubious, causing much concern on their actual benefit... ?Running head: DANGERS...
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Sports medicine/science
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...medicine team. Nonprofessional athletes, children involved in sports or older adults training for foot races may also work with sports medicine specialists. (The American College of Sports Medicine n.d) SPORT AND EXERCISE SCIENCE “Sport and exercise science involves the study of the physiological, psychological, biomechanical and sociological influences on human performance in sport, work, and exercise.” (Department of Sport and Exercise Science, 2002) In sport, it can be considered... Introduction: All sporting events require an athlete to adhere to certain training principles and guidelines. However, the training methods and requirements will vary. The training principles of a marathon runner will...
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Energy Medicine as the Medicine of Future
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...Medicine. New York: Nutrition Institute of America. Peterson, C., Seligman, M., and Vaillant, G. (1988). Pessimistic explanatory style is a risk factor for physical illness: a thirty-?ve-year longitudinal study. J Pers Soc Psychol. 55(1):23-27. Rein G. (2004). Bioinformation within the biofield: beyond bioelectromagnetics. J Altern Complement Med. 10(1):59-68. Simmons, J., Mooney, V., and Thacker, I. (2004). Pseudarthrosis after lumbar spine fusion: nonoperative salvage with pulsed electromagnetic fields. American Journal of Orthopedics, 33.1, 27–30. Shealy, C., and Church, D. (2006). Soul Medicine: Awakening Your Inner... Discussion 1 Introduction Energy medicine, also known as energy healing is...
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The difference between alternative and conventional medicine
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...Medicine (CAM) and Conventional Medicine Total Number of Words: 2.514 Introduction The study of medicine aims to save lives by curing individuals who are experiencing physical and psychological imbalance. For many years, people in the United States are known for their dependency over the use of conventional medicine. On the contrary, the recent 2007 National Health Interview Survey on the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use in the United States revealed that as much as 38% of the American adults (> 18 years old) and roughly 12% of the children are using some type of CAM (National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine... The Difference between Complementary and Alternative...
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Medicine Health and Illness
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...Medicine Health and Illness Question Evaluate in the light of Roy Porter's argument in his history of medicine, Dr Johnson's famous remark that biomedicine has been 'the greatest benefit to mankind. Humanity means being concerned to health and illness therefore, in most societies, utilization of cultural and material resources are demanded in order to attain optimum health and defeat illness. As Bury (1997) preached that a person acquiring optimal health associates in having a good life and losing it over illness endangers one’s sense of security pushing the experts to think of solutions for prevention and cure of these ailments. From birth to death, health is affected by all things... )...
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Medicine and Mathematics
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...Medicine and Math. Math Central, University of Regina. Canada. Casey, Denise. (1992). Primer on Molecular Genetics. DOE Human Genome 1991-92 Program Report. U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Research. Hoppensteadt, F. C. and C. S. Peskin. (1993). Mathematics in medicine and the life sciences. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, Volume 55, Number 4. Springer New York. Phillips, Tony. (1999). The mathematical CAT scan. American Mathematical Society. Reyna, V.F. and Brainerd, C. J. (2007). The importance of mathematics... Medicine and Mathematics Introduction Mathematics is one of the many elementary scientific...
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Love Medicine Research Essay
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...medicine. (Erdrich, 116) In the context of preparing love medicine for both of them we not only see dominance of hope in Lipsha’s quest but at the same time conspicuous elements of Native American rituals have also been explicitly presented by the narrator. Presentation of such ritualistic elements has intentionally been introduced by the author to heighten the element of optimism in the story. Lipsha have always felt that without the mutual love both from Grandpa and Grandma his life would have been futile and unfulfilled. Thus, initially though he was a bit skeptic but with the growing course of time he has also been affected by the belief of his Grandma and his patient waiting for Canada...
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Psychological Concerns in Medicine
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...medicine. Pain management is one of the biggest psychological concerns in the field of medicine, there are so many herbal as well as other medicines which help patients in difficult circumstances, but almost all the people lose their composure when in pain. Like in so many divisions of medicine, it is also seen lately that doctors have become experts in treatment of pain. These doctors study about pain inside out, "studying what causes it, how the body reacts to it, how different medications dull or eliminate the pain, and how other treatments can be used to relieve many painful conditions."...
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Robotics in Medicine
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...American Heritage. (2006, May 01). Robots in Medicine. Retrieved February 02, 2011, from http://www.moah.org/exhibits/archives/robotman/medicine/medicine.html Newell, L. (2011). Medical Robotics. Retrieved January 29, 2011, from eHow.com: http... ?ROBOTICS IN MEDICINE Robotics in Medicine Affiliation This paper presents the analysis of some of the prime aspects about robotics, which refers to the study of robots. This paper discusses the facts about how robotics has become a disruptive (positive) technology in the medical community. This paper discusses the fields of medical science those have been transformed through the use of robotics. This paper also outlines some of the main advantages those are...
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Medicine during the revolutionary war
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...Medicine: Health and the Body in Post-Soviet Cuba. New York: Duke University Press, 2012. Print. Reiss, Oscar. Medicine and the American Revolution: How Diseases and Their Treatments Affected the Colonial Army. Virginia: Mcfarland, 2005. Print. Wilbur, Keith. Revolutionary Medicine. Boston: Globe Pequot, 1997. Print.... Medicine during the revolutionary war Medicine is defined as the functional science or practice of the finding, treatment, and deterrence of disease. It is quite a wide field with a history dating back thousands of years ago. The Greeks, in one of the earliest civilizations on earth, recognized the significance of this field and even had a god...
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Preventative medicine 3
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...medicine. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Health Sciences. Lim, L. S., Hoeksema, L. J., & Sherin, K. (2009). Screening for osteoporosis in the adult US population: ACPM position statement on preventive practice. American journal of preventive medicine, 36(4), 366-375. Nicastri, C., & Fields, S. (2004). Health Promotion/Disease Prevention in Older Adults-An Evidence-Based Update Part I: Introduction and Screening. Clinical Geriatrics, 12, 17-28. Patterson, C., Feightner, J. W., Garcia, A., Hsiung, G. Y., MacKnight, C., & Sadovnick, A. D. (2008). Diagnosis and treatment of dementia: 1. Risk... ? PREVENTIVE HEALTH CARE AND MEDICINE: STRATEGIES FOR POST-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN Preventive Health Care and Medicine:...
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The Future is Personalized Medicine
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...American President Bill Clinton was pivotal to subsequent breakthroughs in Personalized Medicine. With the help of advanced computing power, already more than 3 billion base pairs of DNA have been successfully mapped. With the completion of the HGP in 2003, new possibilities for PM have been opened up. Working expeditiously to make Personalized Medicine a reality in the near future are such organizations as the International HapMap Project, the NIH Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE), the Roadmap Epigenomics Program, etc. (Cox, et. al., 2007, p.112) In order... ? The Future is Personalized Medicine: Personalized Medicine (PM) is thought to be the next major advancement in the provision of healthcare....
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...Medicine (General & Public aspects). SciTech Book News , 30 (4), 60-70. Hancock, J., Lees, S., & Brown, K. E. (2011). Health Psychology's role in sexual health care. Europe's Journal of Psychology , 7 (3), 550-564. Kay, M., Mitchell, G., & Clavarino, A. (2010). What doctors want? A consultation method when the patient is a doctor. American Journal of Primary Health , 16 (1), 52-59.... ?Running head: Medicine and Psychology Medicine and Psychology Introduction The kind of relationship that exists between a doctor and a patient is fundamental in the healthcare profession and is vital for the provision of high-quality medical care both in the identification as...
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