Streptococcus pyogenes

Posted in: Cervical Cancer, Cloning, Diabetes Type 2, Disease, Environment, Environmental Issues, Health, Medicine, Samples, Science, Type 1 Diabetes

Nature of Causative Organism Streptococcus pyogenes, a group A streptococci, is a gram-positive, non-spore forming bacteria that can be seen as oval cocci chain forming shapes less than 2 micrometers in diameter under the microscope. It is a facultative anaerobe that can use fermentation for its metabolism. It needs a…

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Biomedical Engineering

Posted in: Biology, Donation, Genetic Engineering, Medical Science, Medicine, Organ Transplant, Samples, Science, Society

Medicine, biology, research, and engineering are build blocks for the profession of a biomedical engineer. Biomedical engineering deals with the application of ones knowledge of engineering to medicine and biology to help with healthcare. To join this profession you need at the minimum of a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering.…

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Media Effects Body Image

Posted in: Art, Body Image, Causes Of Obesity, Effects Of Social Media, Family, Health, Human, Internet, Media, Medicine, Mental Health, Mental Health Stigma, Obesity, Parenting, Parenting Styles, Plastic Surgery, Samples, Science, Self, Self Image, Society, Technology, Visual Art

Over the past 10 years, mass media and the access to social networks has evolved substantially causing the effects of negative self-image and what is considered beautiful. Body image expectations for both African-American male and female share the battles of society’s expectations, yet African American women body images come with…

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The Media Lies – A persuasive article about Body Image in the Media

Posted in: Art, Article, Body Image, Cheating, Eating out, Food, Human, Lies, Media, Medicine, Plastic Surgery, Psychology, Samples, Science, Self, Self Image, Society, Visual Art

Trying to look perfect? Slapping makeup all over your face won’t help. It will just lead to oily skin and spots. Having plastic surgery won’t help. It will just cost a lot and may cause you serious or permanent damage. Why spend hundreds, maybe thousands of pounds a year trying…

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Should a Woman Have The Right To Choose?

Posted in: Abortion Pro Choice, Abortion Should Be Illegal, Birth Control, Government, Medical Science, Medicine, Samples, Science, Social Issues, Society, State, Why Abortion Should Be Illegal

I was raised to believe Abortion was wrong. There were always other options. My best friend, Kimberly, had a sister who used abortion as a form of birth control; we were aware of three before graduation. If she had only known her choices, she might have saved innocent lives. In…

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American medical care

Posted in: America, American Education System, Clean Drinking Water, Disease, Health, Medical Science, Medicine, Nature, Samples, Science, Tuberculosis, Water, World

These early immigrants survived the harsh times and difficult American climate as well as the wilderness on primitive basic instincts. The early settlements were often ravaged by starvation and disease. During the colonial era, doctors’ education was informal. Most were literate, but some who were raised outside of New England…

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Control group in scientific experiments

Posted in: Biology, Cloning, Ecology, Ecosystem, Environment, Literature, Medicine, Mice And Men, Of Mice And Men, Photosynthesis, Plays, Samples, Science

A control group in an experiment is a variable wherein it is not subjected on the items being tested that is hypothesized to cause effect on the subject. The idea of the control group is to represent the appearance and attributes of the subject in the absence of the other…

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The Epitome of Public Service

Posted in: Business, Community, Community Service, Company, Medicine, Nuclear Proliferation, Plastic Surgery, Samples, Science, Service, Social Issues, Society

The Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, as Sandra McElwaine puts it, has had her stint with the news media for looking a bit more refreshed, the pseudo-acronym for plastic surgery . Pelosi’s refreshed look tells the story of a firm character and a patriot’s dedicated…

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SMART Goal Setting

Posted in: Art, Art Movements, Bipolar Disorder, Disorder, Health, Medical Science, Medicine, Mental Health, Mental Health Stigma, Pop Art, Samples, Schizophrenia, Science

With 33 million Americans utilizing healthcare services as a means to manage mental health conditions and illnesses, adequate delivery of mental healthcare, treatment, and practice is becoming increasingly more important in the American landscape of wellness (SAMHSA, 2004a). The mental health system continues to be a challenging area of healthcare,…

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