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  • Reflexology - 2,043 words
    ... o helps in other ways such as reduction of pain, improvement in effectiveness of medication, and avoiding side effects of drug therapy while achieving results. -------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------ Reflexology normalizes gland and organ function Women who have recently given birth lactate earlier and more satisfactorily when given foot reflexology work. (21) 95% of women who experience amenorrhea find foot reflexology to be effective. (2) Reflexology improves the symptoms of 46% of those suffering from PMS. (24) Reflexology was found to be 87.5% of men experiencing impotence and 100% effective for other male sexual dysfunctions. (26) Indivi ...
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  • Specal Ed Observation - 1,076 words
    Specal Ed Observation Special Education Visitation For my visitation I went to the public high school in my hometown of Vineland, NJ. Due to time constraints I was not able to visit the school on a weekday when classes were in session. I did however get to witness another part of the special education/inclusion program called the Rooster Buddies. I did, however, get some information on the special education program from an administrator via phone and fax. The special education program at Vineland High School (VHS) is only seven years old. VHS is on a seven-period day, and the Severely Handicapped (SH), Special Day Class (SDC), and Resource Special Program (RSP) teachers are only assigned stu ...
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  • Tech For Special Ed - 285 words
    Tech For Special Ed DYNAMYTE During my visit to a Technology Center, I was able to view various technological devices used for assisting disabled students. While many of the devices intrigued me, I found the machine DynaMyte to be the most impressive. The machine is used to help students to communicate. This machine has a touch screen that enables students to put sentences together. The screen consists of twenty-five boxes, which link to different aspects of a chosen topic. For instance, if a student touched the Home topic, they will be linked to another page containing various sub-topics associated with the home. By choosing various words, the students can arrange sentences. With a touch of ...
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  • Teenage Pregnancy - 1,880 words
    Teenage Pregnancy Although the rate of teenage pregnancy in the United States has declined greatly within the past few years, it is still an enormous problem that needs to be addressed. These rates are still higher in the 1990's than they were only a decade ago. The United State's teenage birthrate exceeds that of most other industrialized nations, even though American teenagers are no more sexually active than teenagers are in Canada or Europe. (Gormly 348) Recent statistics concerning the teen birthrates are alarming. About 560,000 teenage girls give birth each year. Almost one-sixth of all births in the United States are to teenage women are to teenage women. Eight in ten of these births ...
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  • The Fine Art Of Making Poison - 554 words
    The Fine Art of Making Poison Ed Schantz and his apprentice, Eric Johnson, work in a very strange field of science. They grow and Harvest the worlds strongest poison. It is, in their words, six million times stronger than rattlesnake venom. The toxin is produced by a single-celled bacteria called Botulinum. The botilin poison produced by the bacteria causes a form of food poisoning called botulism. Botilin shuts down nerve pulses from the brain making the victim paralyzed. The victims usually suffocate to death when their diaphragm becomes paralyzed. However, Ed and Eric do not use the toxin for morbid acts of terrorism; they use it to heal people with muscular disorders. Electric impulses f ...
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  • Treatments Of Alcoholism - 1,364 words
    ... ning alcohol and drug treatment, staying in recovery and resolving complex issues that might have risen during within the context of their substance abuse; (2) to assure that the children are in a safe home with these mothers and are receiving proper health care; (3) to link these mothers to community resources for the professional services and education that will help learn and maintain a healthy independent family life; (4) to demonstrate to community services that positive work is being done to further the prevention of future births of FAS. Typical mothers that are enrolled in this program are characterized by poverty, upbringing by substance abusing parents, child abuse, abusive adu ...
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  • What Is Mercury - 427 words
    What Is Mercury? As anyone who's ever broken a thermometer can attest, mercury is a fascinating substance. It also has an interesting history. Named after the fleet-footed Roman messenger of the gods, mercury has been used for more than 2,000 years. Mercury ore cinnabar has even been found smeared on Neolithic skulls. Its first recorded mention is a reference by Aristotle in the fourth century B.C., a time when the silvery-white, heavy metal was used in religious ceremonies. Spanish miners used mercury to process gold ore for ancient Rome; when their mercury supply ran out, gold production dropped and set in motion the decline of the Roman Empire. Today mercury poses a serious threat, this t ...
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