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The world today

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Review of Literature Plants as therapeutic agents Plant medicines are the most widely used medicines in the world today. The use of herbs and plants as the first medicine is a universal phenomenon. Every culture on earth, through written or... [ view article ]

10165 words | 33 pages

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Nursing dicipline

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NURSING DISCIPLINE - MENTAL HEALTH BRANCH From the 16th Century mental health patients were contained in asylums until mental health hospitals were introduced during the 1950's. Sometimes people who were a disruptive or were only reacting in a normal way... [ view article ]

8279 words | 27 pages

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Self Esteem And Substance Abuse

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CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Self esteem is all about how much we feel valued, loved, accepted and thought well of by others and how much we value, love and accept ourselves. People with healthy self-esteem are able to feel good about... [ view article ]

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Romperse el hueso se produce una fractura

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FRACTURAS Al romperse el hueso se produce una fractura. La mayoría de las fracturas es causada por un traumatismo, así sea por accidente o por una actividad normal como patear un balón. Las fracturas pueden ser: Fracturas simples: no se... [ view article ]

18892 words | 62 pages

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Information Communication Dietetic

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Abstract This report contains information about the academic discourse, history, resources used, and communication skills, which make up an important arena for a professional in the dietetic profession. A brief explanation of the AMA style manual used in the dietetic... [ view article ]

8107 words | 27 pages

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3D ultrasound

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THE USE OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL ULTRASOUND IN GYNAECOLOGY ABSTRACT Three-dimensional (3D) ultrasound's impact in gynaecology has been very gradual unlike in obstetrics where it is a fast growing modality. This is due to the added expense of introducing a new technology... [ view article ]

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NURSING PROFESSION AND HISTORY

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INTRODUCTION Nursing is a demanding profession. Nurses are bombarded daily with many tasks and responsibilities. Nursing today is practiced in various settings and is a vital part of the health care system. Nurses are present in hospitals, schools, rehabilitation centres,... [ view article ]

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S-Adenosyl-Methionine (SAMe) And Improved Methylation Offer A Serious Alternative To Orthodox Medications – Health Dissertations

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  S-Adenosyl-Methionine (SAMe) And Improved Methylation Offer A Serious Alternative To Orthodox Medications Can S-Adenosyl-Methionine (SAMe) and improved methylation offer a serious alternative to orthodox medications in the treatment of depression? Abstract In this dissertation we consider the issues surrounding... [ view article ]

9657 words | 32 pages

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Injury Risk – Health Dissertations

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Injury risk in elite basketball players The elite basketball player is considered in this piece not only in terms of his potential for injury but also in terms of the potential of the physiotherapist and other sports professionals, to give... [ view article ]

8353 words | 27 pages

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Utility of lp-pla2 in lipid lowering therapy

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ABSTRACT Lipoprotein- associated phopholipase A2 (Lp-PLA2) is a vascular-specific inflammatory marker. It is so named because of its association with low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in plasma. Atherosclerosis is an inflammatory disease. Lp-PLA2 is recognized as a risk marker in primary or... [ view article ]

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