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The Guidelines of a Good Research Report
In order for a research report to be considered rhetorically effective, it must follow certain guidelines. The report should be geared towards an appropriate audience. The study should be conducted and written by credible researchers. It must also follow the IMRAD format. The research report, “Behavioral Monitoring and...
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The Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments of Dehydration
Dehydration is the loss of water and salts essential for normal body function. This can happen by means of diarrhea, vomiting, excessive sweating, diabetes, burns, and the inability to drink fluids. Sweating in excessive amounts can be a contributing factor to dehydration. Factors such as weather conditions, extreme exerci...
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Life Events and Conflicts as Sources of Stress
According to the book, stress is the word used “to describe pressures or demands placed upon an organism to adjust or adapt to its environment.” Two examples of source of stress are life events and conflicts. Life events stressor can be both positive and negative. Positive stressor includes weddings or getting a promotion...
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A Study on the Negative Effects of Chronic Kidney Disease on the Mechanical and Structural Properties of the Human Bone
The Effect of Chronic Kidney Disease on the Structural Properties of Bone of Humans The purpose of this study was to find out how Chronic Kidney Disease affects the mechanical and structural properties of bone. Previous studies looking to answer the same question provide information of limited relevance; due to either a sm...
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A Study on the Positive Effects of Chocolate on the Risk of Stroke and Heart Disease
“Chocolate may lower risk of stroke and heart disease” from the website, and “Eating chocolate linked to ‘lower heart disease and stroke risk’”, published by the BBC, are two recent articles which both convey the message that chocolate is good for you and that eating up to 100g a day can reduce the risk of gett...
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Down Syndrome: The Negative Effects of Extra Chromosomes
Down syndrome is one of many forms of a rare disorder known as Trisomy. Trisomy occurs when an extra copy of a chromosome is present in the cell nuclei, causing developmental abnormalities. This is caused by nondisjunction, the failure of one or more pairs of homologous chromosomes or sister chromatids to separate normally...
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An Explanation on the Features, Diseases, and Problems of Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome
Introduction: In this essay we explain the features, diseases and problems that can be associated with Rubinstein Taybi of (SRT) syndrome. One of the diseases classified as rare as the global association of health, ie has a very low incidence. According to the association SRT,affects one in 125,000 people, regardless of ag...
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An Overview of the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment of Hypothyroidism
Hypothyroidism Hypothyroidism, also known as underactive thyroid, is a condition in
which the thyroid gland, located in the neck area, does not produce enough
of many crucial hormones (Green, 2012). These hormones regulate the body's
metabolism, which affects nearly every organ in the body. Without these
hormones, m...
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The Symptoms and Characteristics of Gastroparesis
Gastroparesis Gastroparesis, also known as delayed stomach emptying, is a disorder
that slows down the movement of food from the stomach to the small
intestine, sometimes stopping completely (Hopkins, 2012). The muscles in
the stomach are controlled by the vagus nerve. Normally, the muscles of
the stomach contract t...
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The Causes and Characteristics of Arrhythmia,or Irregular Heartbeat
Arrhythmia Arrhythmia, also known as cardiac disrhythmia or irregular heartbeat,
is any of the conditions that include irregular electrical activity of the
heart (Watkins, 2011). The heartbeat can also be too fast or too slow.
Tachycardia is the term used for a pulse that is more than 100 beats per
minute, while brad...
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