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Health Sciences & Medicine Book Report/Review

The Autoimmune Epidemic - Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis is doubly common in women than in men. The diagnosis is mainly in the detection of the onset of some neurological disturbance for which the patient would be taking treatment in an outpatient clinic. The diagnosis is manifested when the person experiences a relapse of a neurological disturbance.  
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Trans-Cultural Health Issues - Ethnicity and Substance Abuse
World Health Organization's definition of drug addiction is: “Any form of substance use which goes beyond traditional and customary dietary uses or deviates from a medical regimen and results in an uncontrolled compulsive intake of the substance is an addiction.”(p.6) To explain it further, the drug is any substance taken to modify perception.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Book Report/Review
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Womens Views about Cause of Urinary Tract Infection
The technique is important and leads to a representative sample in that the population of the women is sub-divided into non-overlapping sub-groups based on the management strategies. The technique is advantageous in that all views and opinions on the research study are well captured since random samples are considered in the final results representation.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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The Concepts of Autism and Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Parts III and IV of the book are the in-depth and detailed presentation of the concepts, methods, and techniques related to the Floortime (part III) and the DIR (part IV) models (p.163-200).  Part V, then, is the presentation of the practical tips and guidelines that can help the guardians of the person with autism to cope with the difficult symptoms.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Affective Instability and Micropsychotic Phenomena
The section entitled “Personality Disorders” in Myers’ textbook on Psychology defines the term “personality disorders” as “inflexible and enduring patterns of behaviour that impair one’s social functioning.” Often they check for delusions and other symptoms that indicate these serious conditions like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.  
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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House Rules by Jodi Picoult
Another characteristic of Asperger’s Syndrome is that the person interprets the language at face value and is often unable to pick out the hidden sarcasm, irony or metaphor. Jacob too is a total failure at understanding these subtleties of languages, as a result, he had to face many problems in life.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Article review
The authors took appropriate steps during data analysis using different logistic regression models to overcome confounding due to any potential confounding factors such as age, gender, ethnicity or BMI. However, there is a possibility of there being residual confounding due to different factors such as lifestyle and current health habits which might have contributed towards the development of Diabetes. The results revealed that breastfeeding was protective for type II Diabetes in a
Pages: 2 (500 words), Book Report/Review
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What Can Be Done to Support ADHD Children in the Classroom
Rabiner (2011) have conducted research upon the impacts that ADHD have upon the way that stories are understood by the preschoolers. The result of the study has provided certain identified factors that strongly influence the impacts of ADHD on educational performances of the children.
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Book Report/Review
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Womens health (HIV/AIDS, malaria, maternal health, ect) in Africa
Hospitals in the region are numbered and placed very far away from each other. The caretakers in these hospitals are not well trained and are not at par with the standard of health care followed everywhere else in the world. Most of the good doctors in the region tend to move to other countries where they are paid better and have more perks. There is also a huge dearth of sophisticated equipment and drugs. Transport facilities are not adequate. A lot of times pregnant women have to walk all the
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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The Psychophysiology of Trauma and Trauma Treatment
Rothschild (2008) argues that some of the symptoms of PTSD include: headaches, irritability, difficulty in concentrating, lack of interest, nightmares among others. Complications brought about by PTSD are depressions, panic attacks, alcohol and drug abuse among others.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Book Report/Review
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Eat This Not That
By not depriving ourselves of pizza, but by making healthier pizza choices, or eating one piece, instead of three, we contributor good eating choices. It’s not the foods, but the amounts seem to be one of his mantras. Since reading this book, I have become much more aware of the mindless times I eat.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Cases in global health delivery : case study
The implications of PFI for innovation revolve around risk reduction, supply-chain integration and long-term performance management arrangements. “A key consideration for government in introducing the PFI was to transfer risk from the public to the private sector.” (Barlow & Koberle-Gaiser, 2009) This method is a long-term investment process that is suppose to diversify away the systematic risk and financial uncertainty inn the health care industry. According to the PFI the trust would be
Pages: 2 (500 words), Book Report/Review
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Renal Failure in Cirrhosis
The article chosen for review is “Renal Failure in Cirrhosis”. It is authored by Gines Pere and Schrier Robert and published in the New England Medicine Journal (Gines & Schrier 1279). The article talks about renal failure attributed to liver cirrhosis. The article explores the pathophysiology of renal failure and evaluation of patients with renal failure in cirrhosis.
Pages: 2 (500 words), Book Report/Review
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Ellyn Satter Project- Part1: Report
The first six chapters of the book indicate the procedure parents should feed their children and the techniques or the way they should adhere in feeding them. Satter gives a very interesting theory that trick lies in maintaining a balanced diet and it does not matter how much quantity the child is taking it depends from a child to child. Therefore, intake of the proper amount of nutrition and in a proper way is the basic principle of good food habit. Also the book approaches towards the
Pages: 2 (500 words), Book Report/Review
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Analysis of Electronic Health Records
This will, however, be explained in detail as we proceed with this group report. One issue that comes to question when electronic health registration is upon deliberation among people, is how it actually affects the health care system at large. Is it actually effective? What value does an electric system add to the society and to the parties involved?
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Book Report/Review
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Toxicology
These health risks include; heightened risks of breast cancer, child obesity, impaired fetal brain development, diabetes and infertility. The ongoing debate has it that BPA is the reason people contract illnesses like cancer, retarded brain development and infertility. There have also been links between BPA and cardiovascular diseases.Oral consumption of DPA, which is most common in almost every aspect of people’s lives, has become a common scenario in the every day diet. A pregnant mother
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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The Major Developments and Events in Public Health - a History of Public Health
The Roman system also defined an example of how an elaborate water system is of a critical need to any society. The measures undertaken in the maintenance and purification of water according to its designated use are relevant lessons as well. In some countries around the globe, cholera and dysentery have been highly contagious.  
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Public Health ethic
Utilitarianism seeks to ensure that the consequences of any decision in public health are assessed thoroughly before the finalization of the decision.Evidently, Stephen Holland highlights that a naïve view of consequentialism has been adopted in the justification of many actions and policies in public health. He poses an argument that the naïve view focuses on the immediate consequences of an action. Evidently, this is a flawed application of the principle, as it is obvious that actions
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Book Report/Review
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A Comparison of mRNA Testing, HPV DNA Testing, and Repeat Cytology - Persson Maria
. The third technique which has been developed recently is the mRNA testing using the APTIMA technique. APTIMA functions by an application process of nucleic acids in the messenger RNA and is then used to detect different HPV types. Notably, APTIMA does not have the functionalities of differentiating different HPV types (Persson et al, 2014).
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Annotated Bibliography-Sheila-W5
The general practitioners (GP) are provided with the new systems to increase their interactions with patients. The research is a publication by the Biomed. Centre and do not offer further studies though admit to challenges in the use of the systems. The review was extensive and provided an in-depth analysis of the study. The methods of research were constrained to semi-structured interviews and analyzed by the normalization theory that was not common to other work previously done. The system is
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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