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Dealing with Troubles in College
When I first constructed this web site three years ago, I had no idea how much controversy it would cause. Honestly, I just wanted to post some of my own writing here. Soon, hundreds of students were e-mailing me their essays to add to my list. Along with essays, I received tons of mail from students who said they really...
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The Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Management of Down Syndrome
Down syndrome is one of the most frequently occurring
birth defects in the world. It is a chromosomal abnormality
which results in 47 chromosomes, instead of 46, with an extra
chromosome being 21. Because the majority of Down syndrome
cases affect the twenty-first chromosome, it is commonly called
"trisomy 21."
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The Description of the Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of Down's Syndrome
Down's syndrome is a genetic condition involving an extra chromosome, this change occurs around the time of conception. A person with Down's syndrome has forty-seven chromosomes instead of the usual forty-six. A relatively common genetic disorder, Down's strikes 1 out of 600 babies. In 95 percent of all cases, the disorder...
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An Analysis of PBS as an Extremely Successful Entertainment and Educational Site
After visiting and examining the PBS Web site, I was able to conclude that it is an extremely successful entertainment and educational site. The Web site has won many substantial awards, including the prestigious "Webbie Award" in 1998 and 1999. According to a recent survey, fifty-six percent of users at the PBS W...
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Web Site Development Proposal
Web Site Proposal November 13, 1998 Executive Summary(rudimentary) I propose to develop a web site for anyone in the sunglass, contact lens, colored contact lens or laser vision correction market. The most important features included in this site must be: savings, convenience and top quality products. It is necessary to...
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A Marketing Report on The Benefit of Using a Website in Marketing Amalgamated Diversified Products' New Technology
TABLE OF CONTENTS LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL ii LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS v LIST OF TABLES vi EXECUTIVE SUMMARY vii INTRODUCITON 1 Background 1 Statement of the Problem 1 Purposes of the Study 1 Scope of the study 2 PROCEDURES 2 Web Sites Divided into Four Categories 3 Criteria for Evaluating Company Web Sites 3 FINDING...
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The Prevalence, Causes and Impact of the Down Syndrome in the United States
"Each year, three thousand to five thousand people are diagnosed with Down
Syndrome in the United States. It is found in approximately one out of one thousand all
live births." (Nadel,37). Down Syndrome occurs when there is an abnormality in
chromosome 21. Most people with Down Syndrome (approximately ninety-five...
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A Look at the Three Main Types of Down Syndrome
is a combination of birth defects including some degree of mental retardation and characteristic facial features. It is also called trisomy 21. occurs when there is an abnormality in chromosome 21. It is found in approximately 1 out of 1000 all live births. Each year, 3,000 to 5,000 people are diagnosed with in the United...
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Understanding Down Syndrome
Down syndrome, the most common genetic birth defect associated with mental retardation, occurs equally across all races and levels of society. The effects of the disorder on physical and mental development are severe and are expressed throughout the life span. The individual's family is also affected emotionally, economical...
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A Discussion on the Conditions Behind the Down Syndrome Illness
Have you ever been in a situation where you were confronted by a child who has Down Syndrome and were unsure of how to act around that child? I'm sure many of us have experienced the awkwardness that accompanies such a situation. Many people feel guilt or pity for these children, I believe these reactions result from a lac...
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Living with the Down Syndrome: Causes and Symptoms
Down Syndrome Down syndrome is one of the most common and easily recognized genetic disorders. It is caused by abnormal cell division that involves the 21st chromosome pair of the 23 pairs of chromosome found in all normal human cells. There are three types of these abnormalities, which are non-disjunction, translocation,...
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An Analysis of the Saying "Don't Take Everything So Seriously. Take Time To Laugh"
'Don't take everything so seriously. Take time to laugh.' ASCII Heaven - U Humor: changes to planned courses, falling mathematical standards, glossary of terms for research papers, guide to taking notes, IQ test, maths quotes , student bloopers, study of U as a tribe Barking Spider - accidents happen, all the answers, c...
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An Overview of the Mafia Group in the Story "Take 'em Down"
From Publishers WeeklyIn 1992, New York City detective Cowan was investigating a truck bombing at a Brooklyn garbage transfer station when the "mobbed-up" thugs responsible for the crime showed up to further intimidate Sal Benedetto, the facility's owner. Thinking fast, Benedetto introduced Cowan as his "Cous...
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A Review of the eHarmony Site and Its Theory Dimensions
eHarmony Review eHarmony, like every other dating website requires that you fill out a questionnaire. This was exhaustive and the questions were repetitive and mundane. Apparently, answering three hundred questions asking me the same five things in different ways can improve my compatibility with a complete stranger doin...
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The Website Elements and Review of Imagestream Site
Web Site Elements and Review of ImageStream Site As Patrick Lynch and Sarah Horton put aptly in their Web Style Guide (2002), many of the complex Web site creations from the past few years are like "1960s architecture" making users "wince and wonder how it could ever have been fashionable." ImageStream...
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A Executive Summary on Web Site Proposal
Web Site Proposal
November 13, 1998
Executive Summary(rudimentary)
I propose to develop a web site for anyone in the sunglass, contact lens, colored contact lens or laser vision correction market. The most important features included in this site must be: savings, convenience and top quality products. It is necessary to tie...
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An Overview of the Difference in Marketing on a B2C Site and B2B Site
B2C & B2B Page 2 Marketing differs on B2C & B2B sites Here in this paper I will explain how marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site. First let me explain the difference between B2C sites compared to a B2B sites. A B2C site is defined as a consumer shopping on the Web, often cal...
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The Reasons Why Site Inspection Is Important
Why is a site inspection important? A site inspection will be performed to double-check these plans: investigate traditional problem areas, such as elevator shafts, firewalls, and potential sources of interference. Spend some time looking around the Campus or your place of work. What obstacles do you think you would face...
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The Much Awaited Success of Craftmania.com
“The success of craftmania.com” I started off a web site for handicrafts from Saudi Arabia and certain other eastern countries like India and Pakistan. The idea came to me as I went on different web sites for other products, so I thought why not try out something more creative like this. I always noticed how my Ameri...
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Clinical Description, Treatment and Detection of Down Syndrome
Introduction Down syndrome is a chromosomal abnormality. It is the most frequent form of mental retardation and is characterised by well-defined, distinctive phenotypic features and natural history. An error in cell development results in forty-seven chromosomes rather than the usual forty-six. There are three major t...
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An Analysis of the Chromosonal Abnormality Involved in Most Cases of Down Syndrome
The chromosomal abnormality involved in most cases of Down syndrome is trisomy-21, or the presence of three copies of the 21st chromosome. As a result, the affected person has 47 chromosomes in all body cells instead of the normal 46, although how this causes the condition's symptoms is not yet known. Scientists assume that...
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The down Syndrome - Analysis of the Disease, Symptoms and What We Can Do about It
The formal story began in 1866, when a physician named John Langdon Down published an essay in England in which he described a set of children with common features who were distinct from other children with mental retardation. Down was superintendent of an asylum for children with mental retardation in Surrey, England when...
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A Description of down Syndrome and Its Effects on an Infants Who's Born with It
Down Syndrome aka Mongolism DOWN SYNDROME Down syndrome, also known as mongolism, is where a person is born with an extra chromosome on the 21st pair, which equals 47 chromosomes. The average person only has 46 chromosomes with 23 pairs. These extra chromosomes trigger a tremendous chain reaction....
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The Characteristics of Down Syndrome, a Chromosomal Abnormality
Down Syndrome Report by: SCHOOL SUX The chromosomal abnormality involved in most cases of Down syndrome is trisomy-21, or the presence of three copies of the 21st chromosome. As a result, the affected person has 47 chromosomes in all body cells instead of the normal 46, although how this causes the condition's symptoms i...
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An Introduction to the Analysis of the Issue of down Syndrome
Down Syndrome Down Syndrome is a chromosomal disorder. It occurs in about 1 of every 800 births. People with Down syndrome may have mild to severe learning disabilities. Physical symptoms include a small skull, extra folds of skin under the eyes, and a protruding tongue. People with Down syndrome are subject to a variety o...
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