Medical Marijuana Thesis: The use of marijuana should not be allowed for medicinal purposes as it is highly addictive, can result in the use of harder drugs, and has the potential to decimate lives. The medical effects of marijuana were discovered in the early 1800s. The medical effects were discovered when an Irish doctor, Sir
Case control study involves observation and research on varied issues that have different outcomes. This mostly applies in medical situations by doing a comparison on those with a disease and those without the disease but have similar symptoms. Case control studies are used in modern epidemiology more often because they are cheaper to carry out
Alzheimer’s Causes, Signs and Symptoms Alzheimer’s is an illness that leads brain cells to degenerate. Alzheimer’s is deemed as the leading cause of dementia which is a progressive decline in social, behavioral and thinking skills. Alzheimer’s not only affects individuals suffering from the illness but also their loved ones because they have to be physically
1. What is the difference between HIV and AIDS?  HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus while AIDS stands for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. HIV is the virus that causes the HIV infection, which makes an infected person vulnerable to the AIDS. AIDS is the most advanced stage of the HIV infection. An individual with the HIV
Paper summary The article encompasses comprehensive toxicological studies done on two suicides perpetuated by amitriptyline overdose and one with salicylate. Ten initial blood samples were taken twenty one hours after the discovery of the body and approximately twenty eight hours since the overdose. The blood samples had concentrations of 2.5- 12 mg/L for amitriptyline, 0.7-3.1mg/L
Summary 9 The Perspective Ventricular septal defects (VSDs) are grouped among the congenital heart defects that affect children and a leading cause of death in infants below the age of one year. Currently, the procedure for correcting this defect is by using a knitted polyester patch, bovine pericardium, or polytetra fluorethylene (PTFE). These methods have
Human Capital                       Human capital refers to the measure of education, skills, competency, capacity and any other labor attributes that influence the earning potential and the productive capacity of an individual. Education as one of the factors plays a direct role in determining the health status such that the most educated parents bring up healthier families.
Leukoplakia Introduction             According to World Health Organization, leukoplakia is generally defined as a white plague/patch on the oral mucosa that does not rub off and neither can it be diagnosed clinically or pathologically as a specific infection. Leukoplakia is considered the most common mucosal lesion in adult mouth. Tobacco is considered the most probable
Socio-Economic Patterns of Children’s Dental Caries in Calgary, Canada McLarenEmail, L., McNeil, D. A., Potestio, M., Patterson, S., Thawer, S., Faris, P., et al. (2016). Equity in children’s dental caries before and after cessation of community water fluoridation: differential impact by dental insurance status and geographic material deprivation. International Journal for Equity in Health. This
Abstract: High Peep Therapy with ARDS Patient Background: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) is an ailment that affects the lungs and causes severe inflammation. PEEP or the positive end-expiratory pressure is among the treatments that have been identified to cure or stabilize the conditions of ARDS patients. PEEP can be applied in either high or