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Embryonic Stem Cell Solution for American Culture

More than thirty years ago, in 1981, scientists were able to successfully extract embryonic stem cells from mice, effectively opening a door to new discoveries in scientific and medical fields. Stem cells are unspecialized cells meaning that they have no set function in the body. Scientists have also found ways to influence these cells into […]

Stem Cell Delivery in Regenerative Engineering and Medicine

Regenerate the Vascular Tissue Blood vessels composed of endothelial cells and mural cells play key roles in tissue regeneration and repair by serving as conduits to deliver oxygen and nutrients to injured and newly-formed tissues.[88] Many CVDs such as coronary artery disease (CAD) and peripheral vascular disease (PAD) are resulted from the loss of vascular […]

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Is Stem Cell Reasearch and Treatmetn Ethical?

Bethesda, MD. Stem Cell Basics I. National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2016, https://stemcells.nih.gov Accessed 25 November 2018 The source gives an introduction to stem cells, explaining what they are and their importance. The source continues to go into information on different types of stem cells, including where they are […]

The Music Education Curriculum in the U.S

In the U.S., the music education curriculum has remained the same. It is easy for music educators to set themselves teaching within a box filled with the expected music curriculum, therefore make their own decisions in their classroom, instead of having students mindfully review and think critically. As a future music educator, I strongly believe […]

Imagery In Their Eyes Were Watching God

Their Eyes Were Watching God was published in 1937 and to this day is still a notable piece of literature. The novel faced lots of controversy when it was first published from both blacks and whites. African-Americans did not feel that the book accurately portrayed the harsh life and conditions blacks faced at those times, […]

Freedom And Societal Pressures In Hurston’s Novel

Their Eyes Were Watching God In Zora Neale Hurston’s contemporary novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God, she displays the fight between freedom and societal pressures. The author illustrates the struggles black women face growing up in the mid-thirties when discrimination and unequal rights existed. Throughout the novel, Hurston displays to women the importance of gaining […]

How Race And Gender Affect On Identity

In Their Eyes Were Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston explores the effects of race and gender on developing oner’s identity. There is often a discrepancy between personal identity and the identity formed exogenously by members of society, which makes it difficult to develop a true understanding of oneself. In Hurstonr’s novel, Janie is able to […]

Genetic Engineering And World Hunger

Genetically altered foods have become present everywhere over the past few years. It is a breakthrough that allows humans to change and add manipulated genes to crops or alter or replace a gene to get a wanted trait, but it has turned into a heavily debated issue, especially for developing countries. Some people believe that […]

The Key To Ending World Hunger

The world population is growing at a rate that could inevitably surpass our capacity to feed it. Some argue that we have more than double the acreage to feed every human being in the world, yet every day millions starve from lack of nutrients or calories to survive. Even in the U.S, child hunger is […]

A Problem Of World Hunger

Do you ever get too full after eating food and dispose of all the left overr’s? Do you ever buy so much groceries that end up getting expired and then must throw them away? Have you ever thought of the seven hundred ninety-five million people who are currently starving around the world? These people might […]

How Hunger Affects Many Countries

World hunger is something not only affecting few in smaller countries but affecting many in most countries. In todays society, many people have blinders on to this world problem, and they choose to ignore the situation by acting as if it is insignificant since it has no direct effect on them personally. World hunger is, […]

World Hunger And Global Environment In Haiti

Haiti is one of the top countries that suffer from world hunger. Haiti is a country located in the continent of the Caribbean and itr’s an independent state with a population of roughly 10 million people. Worldwide, one person in every eight experiences hunger due to lack of food and millions of people die of […]

My Impressions From Pride And Prejudice Book

Pride and Prejudice is set in Longbourn, England during the Napoleonic Wars, between 1797 and 1813. This is important because it gives you an idea of how life was like back then, and that it was normal for girls to marry young and for parents to set their daughters up with an older man. A […]

What is a Standardized Test?

Standardized tests are not the best indicators of intelligence for all students. Increasing numbers of studies are indicating that standardized testing does not properly assess the true knowledge of students. In fact, even honors students have been known to be held back because of poor Standardized testing results. They place minimal feedback to classroom teachers. […]

Howard Gardner: Standardized Testing Controversy

Finding a reliable method to measure intelligence and predict how successful a person may seem to be one of the most controversial issues on the table of most administrations and regulators. The standard technique for measuring intelligence was developed by a man named Alfred Binet, who believed that IQ scores were reliable indicators to determine […]

Setting the Standard: In Defense of Standardized Testing in Today’s Society

Society today is fraught with conflict. With the current social landscape in the United States firmly polarized, one is not shocked to note that the realm of education is not exempt from discourse. Regardless of one’s profession or social sphere, it is more likely than not that the issue of standardized testing is brought up, […]

Standardized Testing: Measurement of Academic Achievement

According to Albert Einstein, Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid. This is exactly the case with standardized testing, a method of consistent multiple-choice testing that is the same throughout, including the time allowed […]

Live Concert Review Beethoven’s Violin Concerto

Beethoven is one of the major pioneers in classical music and probably the most influential of all time. When it came time to decide on whom to choose for my concert review it made the most sense to choose someone that has shaped classical music into what it is now. I have personally been to […]

Fleetwood Mac Concert Review

This past Wednesday, on November 21st, I attended a Fleetwood Mac concert. Fleetwood Mac is a rock band that formed in London during the 1970’s and include both American and British performers. They are widely-known and just embarked on their most recent tour in October of 2018, called An Evening with Fleetwood Mac. This tour […]

Astroworld Concert Review

This semester I went to a Travis Scott concert in Dallas which was a part of his Astroworld Tour. Astroworld is the name of Scott’s third studio album and is undeniably his most successful to date. The album is rich in catchy beats and is a testament to excellent production. The album shows a refined […]

Spiritual Reading: The Great Divorce

What do you think of when you’re imagining our inevitable end in heaven or hell? The Great Divorce, by C.S. Lewis, probably challenges some contemporary ideas of the subject. The book touches upon the ideas of what it might be like in the afterlife. Whilst wrapped up in the imagination of C.S. Lewis you experience […]

Rising Divorce Rate

Humans are made to be live in Couple We all know that basic and most common sentence used for human society. More or less every culture accepts this thing. Well since last so many years (one can say when human didn’t know about human phycology even) men living with women. As the societies grew we […]

Mental Health Issues and Divorce

“Nearly one of every three of us experiences psychiatric symptoms each year.” This could be a temporary sign of anxiety, stress, or sadness, or a long-term disabling form of any three of these symptoms and many more (Hicks 2). Mental health is an important part of people’s lives, so important in fact, that it can […]

Types of Questions to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

Getting a divorce can be a difficult, stressful process. Although most of us would like to believe that all separations can take place amicably, the reality is often far more complex. If you are currently going through a litigated divorce then you are likely already aware of just how many issues there are to consider. […]

Ethical Problem in Fault Divorce

In society, many marriages end up with divorce. Many arguments between spouses become more serious problems which may result in violence because they cannot control their feelings. Moreover, Facebook, Viber and Instagram make communication more convenient, so spouses are easily to get into new relationships with others. These are some common reasons that make modern […]

Divorces Around the Country

If you have gone to a wedding, you might have heard the wedding couple say the phrase till death do us part in the vows. After most newlyweds say I Do, most of them try to work as hard as they can to keep their vows. Some married people decide that it is better for […]

Teaching and Philosophy

I have been an early childhood teacher for many years. My style of teaching and my philosophy have grown with me. I no longer frown at the bunch time reading interruptions as I once did. I now see them as the children being interested and intrigued by the story. I no longer control how much […]

Every Child Has the Right to Go to School and Learn

My philosophy of education has been that every child should be entitled with the right to learn and acquire better and quality education. This is in line with my current classroom objective which has been to challenge my students with real-life situations as I watch them reach their full potentials. My aim is to take […]

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