• A & P Writing 1 Hypertension and Diabetes
    Hypertension is a medical term that means a person has high blood pressure. Blood pressure is expressed in two numbers: the higher number is the systolic blood pressure, which is the pressure exerted by the blood against the walls of the blood vessels while the heart is contracting. The lower number...
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  • Drugs and Homeostasis
    Biology 3201 STSE Drugs and Homeostasis  Submitted To: Mr. King Submitted By: Chelsea Hamen Date Due: October 28th Understanding Concepts: 1.) Clinical Depression - is the most frequently encountered mental illness. Clinical depression is now considered a physical condition in wh...
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  • Hypertension
    Hypertension is high blood pressure. Hypertension can be caused by many different things, including: age because as the body ages the arteries narrow and become hardened; higher than normal blood volume; the heart beating to fast or to forceful; stress; flight or fight response. Hypertension can als...
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  • Hypertension
    Hypertension Blood pressure is determined by the amount of blood your heart pumps and the amount of resistance to blood flow in your arteries. The more blood your heart pumps and the narrower your arteries, the higher your blood pressure. Hypertension is the consistent elevation of systemic arteria...
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  • The Basic Mechanisms of Homeostasis
    The Basic Mechanisms of Homeostasis Overview of homeostasis The term homeostasis was first coined by Walter Cannon in 1929 to literally mean ‘steady state’. It describes the dynamic equilibrium by which internal constancy is maintained within set limits by regulation and control. There are man...
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  • Homeostasis and Cardiovascular System
    The American physiologist Walter Cannon used the term Homeostasis to describe the body’s ability to maintain a constant stable internal environment despite the changes to the external surrounding1,2. The body has a range of receptors these are used to constantly monitor the body’s internal condi...
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  • Homeostasis
    HOMEOSTASIS Homeostasis is the maintenance of a steady internal environment in an organism. Your body cell work best when they are in exactly the right conditions. Their enzymes need to be at a suitable temperature, so that metabolic reactions happen at an appropriate rate. They need the...
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  • Hypertension
    Hypertension Mr. Johnson, Dr. Anderson wants me to explain the disease he just diagnosed you with. Hypertension is a dangerous disease. It can be managed properly and controlled with medication and diet restrictions. Hypertension can affect many organs in the body. One of the primary organs invo...
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  • Hypertension
    Hypertension (63 yr old) Hypertension or high blood pressure is a common disorder when blood pressure remains abnormally high 140/90 or greater for a period of time and doesn’t go down. Seniors with high blood pressure, a single specific cause is not known. Factors that can raise blood pressur...
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  • Homeostasis
    Homeostasis The human body has the ability to maintain a constant internal environment so that every organ and cell is provided the perfect conditions to perform its functions. This is called homeostasis. There is no organ system for this function. However, every organ plays a role in maintaining a...
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  • Homeostasis
    |Surviving Under Changing Conditions | |Homeostasis | |All the life processes occurring in a living organism m...
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  • hypertension
     Today I am here to explain a very serious condition to you that is not to be taken lightly. The topic for today is Hypertension, which is a fancy word for High Blood Pressure. Hypertension is simply when the blood pressure in your arteries is higher than it should be. When this happens...
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  • hypertension and diabetes
     Ashlee Shields Unit 1 Assignment 1: Homeostasis Imbalances GE 258 ITT Technical Institute-Youngstown March 22, 2014 April 5, 2014 Explaining hypertension to a 63 year old male that has only completed the eighth grade you want to make sure that...
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  • ww1 causes
    Causes of World War One Isaiah Puryear Mr. Noble 4th 3-25-13 World War One had many key players, countries and empires being Great Britain, France, German, Austria-Hungary and Russia. Some of the key battles of WW1 were the battle of Marne 1914-1918, battle of Ypres 1914,1915 and...
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