"Kanya Kanya Syndrome Of Weaknesses Of Filipino" Essays and Research Papers

  • Kanya Kanya Syndrome Of Weaknesses Of Filipino

    ROOT OF THE FILIPINO CHARACTER 1.Pakikisama – Is yielding to the will of the majority just so to get along with everybody and avoid signs of conflict. 2.Bahala na Attitude – Leaving matters/ things as they are because nature will take it course. 3.Bayanihan or Team Spirit – This is the Filipino value of camaraderie or helping one another in time of needs. 4.Utang na Loob or Reciprocity/ Debt of Gratitude – Portrays our true identity based on concern and response to others especially in our practice...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino mestizo, Filipino people 852  Words | 4  Pages

  • Filipino Values

    values but to have positive values that can help him socialize. Filipino Values What is the meaning of Filipino Values? * Refers to the set of values or the value system that a majority of the Filipino have historically held important in their lives.  * Filipino values are, for the most part, centered at maintaining social harmony, motivated primarily by the desire to be accepted within a group. Models of the Filipino values * Exogenous model or the Foreign model - described...

    Culture, Family, Filipino psychology 542  Words | 4  Pages

  • Filipino Values

     Enumerate 20 examples of Filipino Values POSITIVE VALUES Close Kinship - a Filipino considers family as an important social structure that they must love and care. Close family ties results to the family still being intact regardless that the children are old and with families of their own. Respect for Elders - the use of “po” and “opo” in conversing or addressing older people is a sign of a Filipino’s respect for the elders. Filipinos do not send their elders to nursing homes because they...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino people 690  Words | 3  Pages

  • Extent of the Filipino Character Kanya-Kanya Syndrome

    C O N S T I T U T I O N OF OCTOBER 4, 1958 1 WARNING -------- 1° The versions in italics of articles 11, 56, 61-1, 65, 69, 71-1 and 73 of the Constitution will come into effect in the manner determined by statutes and Institutional Acts necessary for their application by virtue of the article 46 of the Constitutional Act no. 2008-724 of July 23, 2008; 2° The versions in italics of the title of Title XV and articles 88-1, 88-2, 88-4, 88-5, 88-6, 88-7 will come into effect upon the coming...

    Constitution, European Parliament, Member of Parliament 14533  Words | 55  Pages

  • A Moral Recovery Program Chapter IV

    OF THE FILIPINO CHARACTER Pakikipagkapwa-Tao First example is being family oriented. Filipinos possess a genuine and deep love for the family. Second one is possesing joy and humor of Filipinos. We have a cheerful and fun-loving approach to life and its ups and downs. Third is having a flexibility, adaptability and creativity way of living. Filipinos have a great capacity to adjust, and to adapt to circumstances and to the surrounding environment, both physical and social. We, filipinos are known...

    Colonialism, Filipino language, Filipino people 940  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cups of Hope

    class is a pattern of orientation expressed in symbols, beliefs, and attitudes toward other people. The definition itself enables us to understand that every individual is involved and political culture plays an important role in a society. As for Filipino political culture, it is hard to come up with a general concept knowing that our country is an archipelago bounded by a lot culture, tradition and attitudes toward other people that may be an essential element for a nation’s progress or destruction...

    Cancer, Discipline, Disease 959  Words | 3  Pages

  • Filipino

    mainly through the schools.        Meanwhile, Tagalog was popularized more widely when the Japanese forces invaded the country in 1942.  The Commander-in-Chief of the Japanese Imperial Forces ordered the prohibition of the use of English and the Filipino people's reliance upon Western nations particularly the United States and Great Britain.        Besides being declared as the official language, Tagalog was to become the medium of instruction in schools during the Japanese regime.  (Teachers who...

    Education, Filipino language, High school 1755  Words | 5  Pages

  • Consciousness and Holy Angel University

    hidden from the rest of the world. * Reality about God Concepts of self awareness * Man as Image of God * Man as a Social Being * Man is Divided in himself * The Excellence of conscience * Man’s freedom Session 2 B: I am a Filipino Kagandahang loob This capacity for goodness and to care for others stems from the human need to love and be loved. It comes with age and psycho-spiritual maturity. Thus there is a need for us to be properly motivated and to be exposed to the appropriate...

    Awareness, Consciousness, Filipino people 951  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Filipino

    THE FILIPINO The question “who is the Filipino?” is always bear on our mind of who is the real Filipino are. From the tome when we were born until now, it was remarkable for us that the Filipino have the characteristic of being kayumangi (morena) black hair, pandak at pango. This description described as being a Filipino by blood. On the other hand Filipino is a person or linked to the Philippines Island. Nowadays, were in the in the 21st century perhaps we consider this time as the year of modernization...

    Filipino language, Filipino people, Philippines 1792  Words | 5  Pages

  • filipino

    rivals, Emilio Aguinaldo and Bishop Gregorio Aglipay. Quezon was inaugurated in November 1935. He is recognized as the second President of the Philippines. When Manuel L. Quezon was inaugurated President of the Philippines in 1935, he became the first Filipino to head a government of the Philippines since Emilio Aguinaldo and the Malolos Republic in 1898. However, in January 2008, Congressman Rodolfo Valencia of Oriental Mindoro filed a bill seeking instead to declare General Miguel Malvar as the second...

    Commonwealth of the Philippines, Elpidio Quirino, Philippines 1836  Words | 7  Pages

  • Organizational Culture and Values

    Taking into account the cultural dimensions of Geert Hofstede's cultural dimensions and the Shahani-sponsored study on the strengths and weaknesses of the Filipinos, It could be drawn that us Filipinos possess cultural traits that hinder, slow down, or hinder our productivity. The Philippines' raw score (2003) in Geert Hofstede's Cultural Dimensions are as follows: Country PDI IDV MAS UAI LTO Philippines 94 32 64 44 19 Source: www.geert-hofstede.com It indicates that...

    Cross-cultural communication, Filipino people, Geert Hofstede 661  Words | 3  Pages

  • Williams Syndrome

    Williams syndrome also recognized as Williams-Beuren syndrome is a genetic disorder caused by a deletion of more than twenty five genes from chromosome 7. Although Williams syndrome is often non-hereditary, the chances of the syndrome being passed on if an individual with Williams syndrome has a child are fifty percent. Individuals born with Williams syndrome often possess distinctive facial features which make the syndrome easily recognized. These features include wide spaces between their teeth...

    Atherosclerosis, Attention, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder 1271  Words | 5  Pages

  • Filipino

    Gloria's daughter Biography Alberto S. Florentino is the author and playwright of the famed " The World is an Apple".  The themes that he usually tackles about deals with everyday scenarios of a commoner's life.  He usually portrays the struggles of Filipinos.     He was born on July 28, 1931.  Florentino had his first taste probably during the time when his father, a teacher, was active on school activities such as directing plays, opted to get assistance from his son to do copies of the plays that he...

    Émile Zola, Family, France 1713  Words | 6  Pages

  • Kanya Bhrun Hatya

    ORGANIZATION CHART OF GGSSTP, RUPNAGAR 6x210MW ENGINEER-IN-CHIEF Dy.C.E./ S.E. F,E &T |Dy C.E/S.E. Th. Opr. |Dy C.E/S.E. MM-I |Dy C.E /S.E MM-II |Dy C.E /S.E EMC | Dy C.E/S.E. IMC |Dy C.E /S.E. CHP |Dy C.E /S.E. Civil |Dy C.E/S.E. Mtg. |Dy C.E /S.E. Hqr. |FA & CAO | |ASEs/ Sr.XENs Tech Mtg-I Mtg-II P&D Trg Fuel |ASEs/ Sr. XENs Operation Fire & Safety T&C (SHIFTS) SCE A-1 SCE B-1 SCE C-1 SCE D-1 SCE A-2 SCE B-2 SCE C-2 SCE...

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  • Key Points in Psychology

    Principle 8: We learn from each other Awareness- is consciousness of what is going on and happening within and outside a person Self-awareness- ability to validate his concept on his own values, motivations, characteristics, strength, and weaknesses. Self-acceptance –act of developing and accepting a clearer picture of one’s personhood after he develops self-awareness Self-disclosure-the revealing of personal feelings, attitudes, opinions and experiences on the part of the participant for...

    Behavior, Behavioural sciences, Branches of psychology 942  Words | 6  Pages

  • filipino

    ST. VINCENT DE PAUL MONTESSORI AND SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL South Fairway Homes, Brgy. Landayan, San Pedro City, Laguna Ika-apat na Buwanang Pagsusulit Filipino – Baitang 8 Pangalan: ­­­­­­­­­­­_____________________________________________ Marka: __________________ Guro: Mae Krizzane Suria Petsa:___________________ I. Talasalitaan. Ibigay ang kahulugan. A. Laki sa Layaw: 1. baguntao 6. magaso 2. naririmarim 7. madla 3. nabubuyo 8. bunyi 4. natarok 9. pinopoon 5. katalasan...

    Fourth grade, Help me, Kilogram 1361  Words | 6  Pages

  • Xyy Syndrome, Jacob Syndrome

    XYY Syndrome, Jacob Syndrome XYY Syndrome, better known as the Jacob Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder which affects males due to an extra Y chromosome. Healthy males have 46 chromosomes including one X and one Y chromosome. Men with XYY syndrome have 47 chromosomes, two of which are Y chromosomes. It is not known why the extra Y chromosome occurs. The disorder is present at birth and is estimated to occur in one out of every one thousand live births (1). In very rare instances, the syndrome...

    Aneuploidy, Chromosome, Genetic disorders 1252  Words | 4  Pages

  • History: Provinces of the Philippines and Filipinos

    National Capital Region * ARMM- Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao 6. 7. Natural Resources * Soil is the most important natural resources in the Philippines primarily of most people earn a living from tiling the land. Filipinos are fortunate of having a highly fertile land. * The country has rich plant life. Agricultural experts believed that 8,120 species of plants grow in the country, that is, about 1,000 varieties of orchids, 1,000 species of rice, and 3,000 species...

    DVD region code, Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino people 7311  Words | 28  Pages

  • The Sisa Syndrome and the Filipino Colonial Mentality

    The Sisa Syndrome and the Antidote to Our Depression by Ricky Rivera Dr. Jose Rizal in his novel Noli me Tangere tells of Sisa, a woman who fell into a very deep depression when she lost her two sons. Sisa went around town looking for them. She knows that a priest killed her two sons but she never saw how and never resolved to herself why. Many think that this is something of a fictionalized narrative of the status of our country during Rizal’s time. If you read and study why Rizal included...

    Filipino American, Filipino diaspora, Filipino people 6224  Words | 15  Pages

  • Filipinos Then, Filipinos Now

    Diaz. It’s easy to say “I am a Filipino”. But when can a person be considered as a true Filipino? In the movie, the wordFilipino” had different definitions. The word originally referred to a person of pure Spanish decency that was born in the country. However, a travelling Chinese merchant (Lim) born in the country was also considered as a Filipino. Based on these facts, being born in the country is one of the major criteria in order for one to be called a “Filipino”. Nicholas Ocampo, also called...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino people 1414  Words | 2  Pages

  • Filipino People and Hardworking Filipinos

    minds and taught us lessons of reality of life.” The Philippines Wave of Migration Theory Negritos – Negritos represent a resourceful and hardworking Filipinos because in their time, hardwork and patience is the core of surviving in the wild. Indonesians – Their greatest influence is agriculture. Because of agriculture, Filipinos learned to till the land and that is one of the major sources of Philippine Products today. Malays – Their greatest influence is that they’ve introduced a...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino mestizo, Filipino people 778  Words | 4  Pages

  • Reaction Paper on "Moral" (Filipino)

    hindi nakakaunawa sa mga nakakagulat na pangyayari sa lipunan, ngunit sa pamamagitan ng pelikulang ito, marahil ay unti-unti nilang mauunawaan. Maraming impluwensya ang lipunan sa buhay ng isang tao, at ito’y maaring magpa-angat o magpa-bagsak sa kanya. Ito’y ipinakita sa pagkakaiba-iba ng buhay ng apat na babae sa pelikula. Una, ang buhay ni Maritess, na unang nag-asawa at nagpakasal sa kanilang magbabarkada. Maaga niyang naranasan ang pagiging asawa at ina. Naranasan niyang pumasok sa eskwelahan...

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  • Love: Filipino Psychology

    Filipino Values for Productivity Values have much to do with the way we act. It is, therefore, important that we understand our Filipino Values. Understanding our own Filipino Values means looking closely into our beliefs, mores, customs, norms, and traditions, examining them closely, looking at their positive and negative polarities, and harnessing the positive polarities of our values as norms of our behavior at work. Our values and norms greatly affected by the several rulers that came on...

    Filipino people, Filipino psychology, Human behavior 1964  Words | 5  Pages

  • Guillain-Barre Syndrome

     Guillain-Barre Syndrome Works cited 1. "Guillain-Barré Syndrome Fact Sheet." : National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Jan. 2014. 2. "Guillain-Barré Syndrome Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments." WebMD. WebMD, 03 Jan. 0000. Web. 12 Jan. 2014. 3. "Patient Comments: Guillain-Barre Syndrome - Symptoms - Viewers Share Their Medical Experiences - MedicineNet." MedicineNet. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Jan. 2014...

    Axon, Central nervous system, Immune system 1668  Words | 5  Pages

  • Filipino Diaspora

    ISSUES Filipino workers are moving out of their homeland to work overseas so they could get higher income and sustain the needs of the family. Despite the branding and labelling battle cry of our agencies in country to OFWs as the “bagong bayani”, these people are encountering much bigger problems such as family issues, relationship gap between their children and prolonged separation that leads to infidelity and other problems regarding their family. Overseas Filipino Workers...

    Filipino American, Filipino Canadian, Filipino diaspora 467  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jacobs Syndrome

    Jacob’s syndrome 2 Anatomy and Physiology: Jacob’s syndrome Over the past 40 years people have been aware of Jacobs’s syndrome, a rare chromosomal genetic syndrome which occurs when a male receives an extra Y chromosome, resulting in a sequence in XYY. Males normally have XY and females normally have XX sequencing 1. Chromosomes store genetic information in all human beings. There are 23 pairs of chromosomes and 46 in total. On the 23rd pair holds the sex chromosomes which also store genetic information...

    Aneuploidy, Chromosome, Genetics 861  Words | 3  Pages

  • Williams Syndrome

    1. What year was the first documented case? 1961 (Davis) 2. How was williams syndrome identified? Williams Syndrome was identified by physical and mental characteristics. (Davis) 3. Who was the doctor/Patient? Dr. J.C.P. Williams, a cardiologist in Auckland, New Zealand. (Davis) 4. Are there any famous people with Williams Syndrome? There aren't any well-known celebrities with Williams Syndrome. 5. What body systems or part of the body does this disorder affect, explain how...

    1972, 1976, 1977 496  Words | 3  Pages

  • Filipino Philosophy

    Filipino Philosophy is the attitude, worldview, and notion of the natural citizens of the Philippines towards the day-to-day experiences in life, religion, communication, survival, interrelationship with people and intra-relationship with his sakop or to oneself – the “I,” and the uplifting of one’s soul – the Filipino being. Filipinos are used to be stereotyped as the bamboo grass for it always sway with the wind. The Filipino people has gone through tough and rough times, good and bounty years...

    Family, Filipino language, Filipino people 2044  Words | 6  Pages

  • Filipino Value

    Filipino core values, along with the Filipino character or Filipino identity of a person or an individual known as the Filipino, the Filipino value system are found to possess inherent key elements of. value system which includes their own unique assemblage of consistent ideologies, moral codes, ethical practices, etiquette, and cultural and personal values that are promoted by their society. As with any society though, the values that an individual holds sacred can differ on the basis of religion...

    Filipino people, Filipino psychology, Morality 1136  Words | 3  Pages

  • Down Syndrome

    Down Syndrome Although many theories have been developed, it is not known what actually causes Down syndrome. Some professionals believe that hormonal abnormalities, X-rays, viral infections, immunologic problems, or genetic predisposition may be the cause of the improper cell division resulting in Down syndrome. It has been known for some time that the risk of having a child with Down syndrome increases with advancing age of the mother; i.e., the older the mother, the greater the possibility...

    Aneuploidy, Chromosomal translocation, Chromosome 1276  Words | 4  Pages

  • Turner Syndrome

    published the first report on the symptoms of Turner Syndrome. It was published as “A Syndrome of Short Stature, webbed beck and infantilism”. It was a report on seven girls who shared similar features to each other. Dr. Turner helped with the advancement of treatment for the girls with the syndrome. He did this by pioneering the use of exogenous sex steroids for treating ovarian failure (“Years of Medical Advances in Turner Syndrome”) . Today, Turner Syndrome occurs in 1 in 2,500 females worldwide. 15% of...

    Aneuploidy, Chromosome, Chromosomes 874  Words | 3  Pages

  • Filipino American

    Filipino Americans The 2000 Census reported 2,364,815 Filipinos in the United States. -- The Asian Population: 2000 (Census 2000 Brief), February 2002. Long Beach, CA is 48.9% white and largest Asian/Pacific population is Filipino (4%). In San Diego County, Filipino Americans are the largest Asian Pacific Islander group. Filipino Americans have been a quiet voice in promoting contributions to American society. I am Filipino American, born in the Philippines and want to be able to tell that “Our...

    Asian American, Filipino American, Immigration to the United States 1392  Words | 4  Pages

  • Management Filipino Style

    Management Theory?? “No one Management Theory or Style.”  Under the formal organization are: “Informal organization”   “Battlefield of behavioral styles among managers and employees”   “Unknown cultural ambiance among peoples and systems”   Weaknesses of Pinoy Workers    Walang bilib sa sarili  (No confidence in oneself)    Dikdik sa Colonial Mentality  (Indoctrinated with Colonial Mentality)    Masyadong relaks (Overly relaxed)    Ningas-cogon (Not a follow-up people)  ...

    Management, Organization, Philippines 407  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rett's Syndrome

    s Rett’s Syndrome Website: http://understandingrettsyndrome.webs.com History           Rett Syndrome is a developmental disorder experienced almost always in girls, and is first recognized during infancy. Before the discovery of this disorder, incidents of Rett Syndrome were mistaken for many other neurologic disorders such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, or Nonspecific Developmental Delay, especially in females.            An Austrian physician, Dr. Andreas Rett, first described this...

    Brain, Chromosome, DNA 1105  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Filipino Values

    The Filipino Philosophy of Values Durin the past years, many anthropologist, and psychologist have written books and articles about Filipino values. These works call a development of a Filipino philosophy of values so that its ultimate causes and principle to be manifisted. Today, the need f or the solid Filipino philosophy of values is orgent in order to serve as a fundamental basis not only to speculation of the different sciences but also to the practice of or Filipino philosophy of values...

    Culture, Filipino psychology, Mind 902  Words | 3  Pages

  • Turner Syndrome

    Turner Syndrome Stephanie Peterson South Mountain Community College Abstract Turner Syndrome: is a chromosomal condition that affects development in females. Women only have one X chromosome instead of two. Turner Syndrome causes short stature, the girl’s ovaries don’t function correctly causing infertility, and females don’t hit puberty unless they receive hormone therapy. This genetic disease is not curable but there are treatments that can improve the...

    Chromosome, Genetics, Growth hormone 1228  Words | 5  Pages

  • Edwards Syndrome

    Chromosomal Disorders 1. Name the condition. Edwards Syndrome (or Trisomy 18) 2. Outline the chromosomal abnormality. Trisomy 18, or Edwards syndrome, occurs when a person has a third copy of material from chromosome 18 instead of the usual two copies. 3. What chromosomes are involved? Chromosome 18 is the only chromosome involved with this disorder. 4. What does it affect? The majority of children born with Edward's syndrome appear both fragile and weak; many are underweight. Their...

    Chromosome, Chromosomes, Congenital heart defect 535  Words | 3  Pages

  • Down Syndrome

     DOWN SYNDROME Down Syndrome is a congenital disorder arising from a chromosome It comes from a defect involving chromosome 21. The condition leads to impairments in both cognitive ability and physical growth that range from mild to moderate developmental disabilities. Through a series of screenings and tests, Down syndrome can be detected before and after a baby is born.  The only factor known to affect the probability of having a baby with Down syndrome is maternal age. Less than one in...

    Aneuploidy, Chromosomal translocation, Chromosome 1631  Words | 5  Pages

  • metabolic syndrome

    METABOLIC SYNDROME LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the end of lecture students should know – Definition of Metabolic Syndrome Visceral obesity is an indicator of the syndrome and an independent marker for CVD – Current and some potential future treatment options. METABOLIC SYNDROME CONCEPT (Not New) • 1923 - Kylin first to describe the clustering of hypertension, hyperglycemia, hyperuricemia • 1936 - Himsworth first reported Insulin insensitivity in diabetics • 1965 - Yalow and Berson...

    Diabetes mellitus, Diabetes mellitus type 2, Hypertension 468  Words | 5  Pages

  • down syndrome

    about 4% of Down syndrome cases. There are no distinct cognitive or medical differences between people with translocation trisomy 21 and those with complete trisomy 21. ! What chromosome is affected by this disorder? !Chromosome 21 is one of the 23 pairs of chromosomes in humans. People normally have two copies of this chromosome. The trisomy of the 21st chromosome causes Lets go more in depth about Down Syndrome. Types of Down Syndrome. The scientific name for down syndrome is trisomy 21. With...

    Aneuploidy, Cell, Chromosomal translocation 766  Words | 2  Pages

  • Down Syndrome

    Down syndrome Down syndrome is one of the most common genetic disorders, occurring one in every 600 births (Davis, 2008). 3,500-5,000 children are born with Down syndrome every year in the United States alone (Pueschel, 2008). Down syndrome or mongolism was first identified by John Langdon Down in 1866 although the syndrome has been around for many centuries. In fact, according to many paintings dated back to the sixteenth century show pictures of children with Down syndrome like features...

    Chromosomal translocation, Chromosome, Chromosome 21 1065  Words | 3  Pages

  • Down Syndrome

    14 November 2011 Outline INTRODUCTION Thesis Statement: Although Down syndrome is used as a general term, several forms of this syndrome exist. I. Diagnosis A. Discovery B. Cause II. Types A. Trisomy 21 B. Translocation C. Mosaicism III. Expectations From Therapy CONCLUSION Down syndrome Lot’s of people fail to realize that several forms of Down syndrome exist. “Down syndrome is a set of mental and physical symptoms that result from having an extra copy...

    Chromosomal translocation, Chromosome, Chromosome 21 870  Words | 3  Pages

  • Filipino Immigration

    Filipino Immigration 2 Abstract Many Filipinos who have migrated to the U.S had an opportunity to explore a different type of life. Living in America there are so many opportunities for each Filipino to live, work and to have a better type of lifestyle. Migrating from a third world country is a huge transition from the way life is in the U.S. Coming from a country of seven thousand plus islands and a culture where “…women were considered equal to men,”(1) according to Linda A. Revilla in her...

    Asian American, Chicago, Filipino American 853  Words | 3  Pages

  • Down Syndrome

    DOWN SYNDROME A4 Health Occ. 1 January 4, 2012 Table of Contents/Outline * History * Development and Progression * Diagnosis * Treatment * Required lifestyle changes * Prevention Down Syndrome is defined by the A.D.A.M Medical Encyclopedia as a genetic condition in which a person has 47 chromosomes instead of the normal 46. The extra chromosome causes the brain and the body to work differently and to not communicate as well as someone with out the extra chromosome...

    Aneuploidy, Chromosomal translocation, Chromosome 644  Words | 3  Pages

  • Down Syndrome

    Down Syndrome Have you ever been in a situation where you were confronted by a child who has Down Syndrome and were unsure of how to act around that child? I'm sure many of us have experienced the awkwardness that accompanies such a situation. Many people feel guilt or pity for these children, I believe these reactions result from a lack of knowledge about the condition. Which is why I have chosen this topic. Down Syndrome is a condition that cannot be physically passed on from one person...

    Chromosome, Congenital heart defect, Down syndrome 1116  Words | 4  Pages

  • Noonan Syndrome

    Noonan Syndrome Noonan syndrome is a genetic disorder that was once known as Turner-like syndrome. It is a mutation of several genes where they develop proteins that are continuously active; which ends up disrupting the control of the cells growth and division resulting in abnormal developments of the body. Noonan syndrome can affect a person's physical appearance in multiple ways, along with their mental state of mind. This syndrome equally affects males and females. Noonan syndrome was first...

    Congenital heart defect, Down syndrome, Genetic disorder 1686  Words | 5  Pages

  • Asperger's Syndrome

    Asperger's Syndrome Today there are many different types of disabilities and syndromes. When you have a child to be diagnosed with a disability or a syndrome life can suddenly become overwhelming. This is especially true if they have been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome. Parents sometimes feel guilty because their child has a disability or syndrome. Parents may feel that they are responsible for their child's disability or syndrome. Parents may feel guilty about their child being diagnosed...

    Asperger syndrome, Autism, Autism Spectrum Quotient 1086  Words | 3  Pages

  • down syndrome

    DOWN SYNDROME: Down syndrome remains the most common chromosomal condition diagnosed in the United States. Each year, about 6,000 babies born in the United States have Down syndrome SYMPTOMS: Flattened face especially the area of the nose, Small head, Short neck, tongue that sticks out, Upward slanting eyes, small shaped ears, Poor muscle tone, Broad, short hands with a single crease in the palm Small pinky fingers that sometimes curve toward the thumb, Relatively short fingers, Excessive flexibility...

    Aneuploidy, Chromosomal translocation, Chromosome 1332  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marfan Syndrome

    Marfan Syndrome Wesley Thompson Jim Hutchins Biomedical Core 1110 November 19, 2011 Marfan syndrome is a variable, autosomal-dominant disorder in the connective tissue with distinct physical characteristics. The principal features affect the cardiovascular system, eyes and skeleton. This condition affects the connective protein that forms the structural support for tissues outside the cell. This disease is a result of a faulty makeup of chromosomes. Since MFS (Marfan Syndrome) is an...

    Aorta, Aortic aneurysm, Aortic dissection 875  Words | 3  Pages

  • Turner Syndrome

    Turner Syndrome There are many possible reasons why a child may grow slow, including: hereditary factors, hormone imbalances, severe stress or emotional deprivation, infections in the womb before birth, bone diseases, and genetic or chromosomal abnormalities. American doctor Henry Turner recognized a pattern of short stature and unfinished sexual maturation in otherwise normal females. He published a comprehensive medical description of the syndrome. Turner's syndrome is a rare chromosomal disorder...

    Aneuploidy, Chromosome, Cytogenetics 1121  Words | 3  Pages

  • Down Syndrome

    Down Syndrome Thesis: When someone sees a child or an adult with Down syndrome they automatically single them out, every person in this world is different, with a disability or with out, but that doesn’t mean they need to be treated differently. I. Causes A. Mental Disorder B. Mothers age C. Not inherited D. Most common E. Amniocentesis II. Symptoms A. Problems at birth B. Size C. Other issues D. Facial features III. Severities A. Ranges B. Trisomy 21 C. Mosaic D. Mosaic...

    Chromosomal translocation, Chromosome, Chromosome 21 834  Words | 4  Pages

  • Filipinos Rizal

    Evils of Spain darkened the Philippine skies 1. Instability of colonial administration 2. Corrupt officialdom 3. No Philippine representation in Spanish Cortes 4. Human rights denied to Filipinos 5. No equality before the law 6. Maladministration of justice 7. Racial discrimination 8. Frailocracy 9. Force labor 10. Haciendas owned by the friars and 11. Guardia civil CHAPTER 15 “Rizal’s Second Sojourn in Paris and the Universal Exposition of 1889” Summary: Rizal went to Paris after...

    Calamba City, José Rizal, Laguna 1540  Words | 6  Pages

  • Filipino Psychology

    Sikolohiyang Pilipino – The History of Philippine Psychology The psychology of, about, and for the Filipinos was born out of the need to establish a discipline which is responsive to the needs of the Filipino people. [pic] Generally, to some extent, it had been considered a given until a few years ago that when one talked about psychology, one meant the psychology of Americans. Asian psychology had been unrecognized, or at least, unacknowledged worldwide. The Zeitgeist in Asian Psychology Through...

    Filipino language, Filipino people, Filipino psychology 858  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Filipino Family

    THE FILIPINO FAMILY 1. The Changes in the structure of the Filipino Family The Filipino family was considered as the backbone of the state (Carandang, 2008). That is why alterations in the family’s beliefs, practices, structures and members’ responsibilities immensely influence the nation’s constancy. These changes have put our “traditionally- structured” families at jeopardy. How the children in the family are being socialized is also subject to change that leads to inconsistency of the adaptation...

    Change, Family, Filipino language 1089  Words | 4  Pages

  • Klinefelters Syndrome

    Klinefelters Syndrome Doctors and scientist are hard at work conducting work on Klinefelters Syndrome. Currently there is no cure for this syndrome. However, researchers are pursuing several approaches to attempt to find one. Klinefelters Syndrome is a complex syndrome, and has many diagnosis’s. Klinefelters Syndrome is a genetic disease. (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (MFMER))This syndrome can be inherited from both parents; Even though, klinefelters syndrome is a disorder...

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