• Week Four Paper
    Chronic and Infectious Disease Paper ShaCourtney Moore HPE/170 January 28, 2013 Debbie Polisky Identify the characteristics of chronic illness. Chronic disease, according to online dictionary is, ‘any disorder that persists over a long period and affects physical, emotional, intellectual, vocational...
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  • The Effects of Scleroderma
    Abstract The intention of this paper is to educate society on the disease known as scleroderma. Doctor’s and many scientists are on a quest to learn more about this debilitating disease, and how they can prevent or cure this disease. Since most research suggest that scleroderma affects adults, how...
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  • Liver Disease
    describe the structure and function of the heart, it will also explain the meaning of Atherosclerosis and how it can lead to myocardial infarctions and angina. It will also discuss and identify the factors that can increase the risk of Coronary Heart Disease and how lifestyle changes can prevent it. ...
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  • Communication Case Study
    13 08 Fall 08 Fall RUN FOR YOUR HEART! A Collaborative Proposal ACCT 6302 Zhimin Dai Andrew Rigsby Ching-Yi Su Sijiang Wang Chong Zhan The American Heart Association 7272 Greenville Ave. www.heart.org Dallas, TX 75231 The American Heart Association 7272 Greenville Ave. www...
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  • Sexual Response in Cardiovascular Disease
    Sexual Response in Cardiovascular Disease By G. Jackson, Journal of Sex Research (2009, May) 46(2/3), 233-236 Basic Anatomy and Physiology October 6, 2011 Heidi Peterson Sexual Response in Cardiovascular Disease Disease amongst men and women vary in degrees, but also share a thread of...
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  • Energy Drinks Among College Students
    Barriers . . . . . . . . . 6 Modifying Factors . . . . . . . . 6 - 7 Cues to Action . . . . . . . . . 7 Self Efficacy . . . . . . . . . 7 - 8 Conclusion . . . . . . . . . . 8 Reference List . . . . . . . . . 9 Introduction – Carla Saldono After discussing the case study of Jeffery Adams...
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  • Effects of Teen Smoking
    choose to start smoking will most likely become addicted to the substance. Tobacco also causes long term damage to your body that may lead to heart disease, cancer or diabetes. I. Introduction I am writing based on the topic of teens smocking tobacco because it is very close to me. Smoking is very...
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  • Cardiovascular Risk and Its Association with Hyperlipidemia, Diabetes Mellitus and Smoking in Singapore
    Abstract Objective: To find out the prevalence of hyperlipidemia, diabetes mellitus and smoking as well as to increase the awareness of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) among residents in Singapore. Design: Cross sectional study, quantitative study, convenience sampling. Setting: Merpati Road, Macpherson,...
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  • Outline for Cardiovascular Powerpoint
    Chronic Disease Outline for Cardiovascular Disease Introduction – The statistics for cardiovascular disease are astonishing, approximately 26.5 million people are diagnosed with one form or another of heart disease each year. Of those that are diagnosed approximately 600,000 lose the battle each year...
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  • Coronary Artery Disease
    ABSTRACT Coronary artery disease (CAD), also known as coronary heart disease (CHD) or coronary atherosclerosis, involves the progressive narrowing of the arteries that nourish the heart muscle. Often there are no symptoms, but if one or more of these arteries become severely narrowed, angina may develop...
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  • Stress Doc
    CARDIOVSCULAR DISEASE RISK IN UK SOUTH ASIAN MEN; A critical review of a paper on psychosocial factors related to cardiovascular disease risk in UK South Asian men. I have read Emily et al, (2007) report on `psychosocial factors related to cardiovascular disease risk in...
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  • coronary heart disease and vitamin E
    2014 Coronary Heart Disease and Vitamin E This article investigates the question of the usefulness of Vitamin E in the treatment and / or the prevention of heart disease. Beginning with the basics, heart disease is one of the most common causes of chronic illness and death in the adult population...
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  • Hcs 535 Public Health and Health Care Part I
    within the United States population. Little do most people have an idea how this disease come to plague mankind and the consequences of having the exact combinations of the same disease. Research guideline and disease prevention programs focus on single conditions, and scientifically researchers more...
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  • Evaluating Healthcare Websites on Heart Disease
    Websites on Heart Disease Angela Quinlan Wright State University Miami Valley College of Nursing and Health Evaluating Healthcare Websites on Heart Disease American Heart Association http://www.heart.org Site Ownership and Contact Information American Heart Association...
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  • Stem Cell Research Outline
    repair damaged organs/bones. c. Popular kinds of stem cells c.i. Embryonic stem cells c.ii. Somatic/adult stem cells 2. a.i. Diseases in America/Figures 1. Heart Disease (non institutionalized) a. 26.5 million b. Death Rank: 1 2. Cancer a. 19 million diagnosed (non institutionalized) b. Death...
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  • Biology Lab Report
    Blood pressure is the contraction of the heart with each beat and contraction of blood vessels when blood passes through them. Blood pressure increases with each heartbeat and decreases when the heart contracts between beats. When the heart muscle contracts taking blood to be oxygenated in the...
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  • The American Heart Association
    American Heart Association Lateisha Bellmon HCS/310 1/19/12 Ruthann Vaughan In the United States heart disease victims and survivors is the voice of the American Heart Association. The American Heart Association worked on educating public on both the prevention and dangers of heart disease in 1915...
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  • Smoking Effects
    years and then quit without suffering any long-term effects. This is most worrying to me, because the recent finding, reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), claims that teen smoking rates have increased by nearly a third within the last six years. Teen smokers who believe that...
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  • obesity
    many lifelong disease processes. Diseases such as Diabetes, Hypertension and coronary artery disease are more prevalent in the obese than the non-obese. The World Heart Federation states, being overweight and obese increases the risk of non-communicable disease such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes...
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  • Cardiovascular Disease
    head: CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE 1 CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE ‘ CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE 2 Hi, im writing my report on cardiovascular disease. This is a disease that is very common in are world now. This is a disease of the heart and one must be very...
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