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MAKE A REPLY FOR EACH ( THERE ARE TWO) DISCUSSION AND EACH MUST HAVE A 100 WORD

MAKE A REPLY FOR EACH ( THERE ARE TWO) DISCUSSION AND EACH MUST HAVE A 100 WORD MIN. REPLY 1 :  I chose to study this observation because I have already chosen my opinion in favor of breakfast making a difference in school performance. When I was in school, I especially remember middle school, the mornings I skipped breakfast, I would spend the whole morning complaining or staring at the clock waiting until the lunch bell would ring. Now, the…

Students will provide an explanation on the steps needed to verify a statement.

Students will provide an explanation on the steps needed to verify a statement. The statement to be addressed by the scientific method is as follows: "Feed a cold, starve a fever." How observations would be made What questions would be asked and what information was gathered The hypotheses to be formulated and tested Who would benefit and who would make use of the information obtained from the study What the predicted results would be How conclusions would be obtained Students…

125 words each DQ1 1) Artificial sweeteners, colorants, oils, and medications ar

125 words each DQ1 1) Artificial sweeteners, colorants, oils, and medications are manufactured after they are accepted by the U.S. FDA. In order to have such acceptance for public use, companies have to complete exhaustive testing to demonstrate the safety of their products. Outline the testing procedures required by the FDA to approve new products. As an educated consumer, how should you determine whether a product is safe, useful, or beneficial based on your knowledge of this testing phase and…

There are five basic questions that public health officials ask that together ma

There are five basic questions that public health officials ask that together make up what is referred to as evidence-based public health approach. These five steps include Problem, Etiology, Recommendations, Implementation, and Evaluation (referred to as the P.E.R.I.E. process) have paved the way for public health issues to be effectively addressed. For the Unit 2 Assignment you will select a public health problem and use the P.E.R.I.E. process to address it. Unit outcomes addressed in this Assignment: Define and explain…

The Circulatory System blood S What is cardiovascular system so far S Describe t

The Circulatory System blood S What is cardiovascular system so far S Describe the different components of blood S Relate structure to function for red blood cells S Describe the different functions of white blood cells S Identify blood groups and explore what happens if blood groups are mismatched S Describe blood clotting and the role of platelets S Identify different blood disorders •  Choose one disease that affects blood. (Haemophilia)  •  For this disease research: •  Symptoms •  Cause(s)…

Instructions Reading scientific literature is important in professional developm

Instructions Reading scientific literature is important in professional development for anyone in the medical field. However, reading research articles and scientific articles can be challenging. This activity will reinforce your understanding of microbiology, as well as teach you how to read, comprehend, and apply concepts useful for microbiology. Activity Read the following articles: "CDC: 1 in 3 Antibiotic Prescriptions Unnecessary (Links to an external site.)" Citation: CDC Newsroom. (2016, May 3). CDC: 1 in 3 antibiotic prescriptions unnecessary. CDC. https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2016/p0503-unnecessary-prescriptions.html "Origins…

Professional Development and Growth Your practicum experience has given you oppo

Professional Development and Growth Your practicum experience has given you opportunities to grow as a scholar and a practitioner. As you may have discovered through interactions with your mentor and other staff at the practicum site, ongoing professional development is an integral part of your work as a public health professional. As you begin to think about the next steps after graduation and as you advance in your public health career, consider the following: What professional development opportunities exist for…

Please answer the following genetic problems and show how your worked out your a

Please answer the following genetic problems and show how your worked out your answers. Both typed and hand-written assignments are accepted. A man who is a carrier of sickle cell anemia, a recessive genetic disorder, marries a woman who is not a carrier. What proportion of their children is expected to have sickle-cell anemia? (use the letter s for sickle cell anemia allele and the letter S for the healthy allele) Hemophilia is an X-linked recessive disease that prevents blood…

Week 1 ProjectAssignment Due January 18 at 11:59 PM Surveillance Database Explo

Week 1 ProjectAssignment Due January 18 at 11:59 PM Surveillance Database Explore the CDC Wonder website. Select a potential health problem from the following CDC Wonder Databases: Environment Mortality Population Tasks: Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research your selected surveillance database. Based on your research, create a 3- to 4-page Microsoft Word report that covers the following aspects in detail: Describe and explain the main surveillance data collected in the database of interest. Describe the aspects…

Few of us get through this life unscathed by illness or disease of some sort. If

Few of us get through this life unscathed by illness or disease of some sort. If not us, then a loved one. We all eventually have family die, even is from old age. These experiences impact and influence us as well as our attitude toward health care and illness. Perhaps we become hypervigilant to the point it negatively impacts our lives. Perhaps we develop a "devil may care" attitude and stop trying to live healthful lives. The purpose of this…