Duplicating a Color with Dye Trohimczyk, Brianna; Delgado, Theon Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to match the color of the control dye with the new color of the dye produced in the test tube. Hypothesis: When two drops of red dye are placed with one drop of yellow dye in a test tube of water, the result will match the color of the controlled dye. Materials: * Four colors of food coloring (red, green, blue, yellow) * Test tubes * Pipets Procedure: 1. Place water into a plastic cup 2. Use the pipet to place 10ml of water into an empty test tube 3.
Cystic fibrosis affects more than 30,000 children and young adults in the United States. It can be mild or severe, depending on the person. Cystic fibrosis is an inherited disease, which means that it is passed down form parent to child; someone who has CF is born with it. Although someone with cystic fibrosis is born with it, it isn’t always obvious at birth; it may take a while for symptoms to appear/develop. Doctors sometimes tell that a baby has CF as they might cough a lot and get lots of lung infections.
This behaviour can become a core value and can require work to alter. Miss E parents may have established this behaviour in her unwittingly. Although it is also possible (judging from Miss E statement that her parents “badgered her” about food that her parents also exerted some form of control over her and her eating habits as a child , for their own reasons. Perhaps the motivations for this can be explored later with Miss E's consent? Any feelings of insecurity attached to the benefits of weight loss must be addressed also for example - Miss E's fear of changes in her own life.
It’s important that a person controls their diabetes as if it’s not handled properly then it can lead to other serious implications including blindness, kidney failure, strokes, gangrene or even amputation of lower limbs. My dad has type 1 diabetes and is insulin dependent, and this can impact the households eating habits as well as his because we are
1. At a clinical level, describe the symptoms that are commonly present by CF patients? Cystic Fibrosis (CF) affects many organs in the body accounting for it variety of symptoms exhibited. However, there are common ones that present themselves during the first 12 months of a child’s life (Netdoctor) One of the very first signs is the failure to pass the Meconium. Moreover this blocks the gut and it is usually much thicker than in a non-CF baby.
• Opening Sentence: Heart Disease is the leading cause of death for Americans. • Statistic: About 5 million people in the United States have Congestive Heart Failure. (“Heart Failure,”May 2012) • Statistic: Congestive Heart Failure contributes to 300,000 deaths, in the United States, per year. (“Heart Failure,” May 2012.) • Thesis Statement: Background Information First Paragraph: • Fact 1: Congestive heart failure (CHF) is a condition in which the heart's function as a pump is inadequate
* Breathing problems such as snoring and sleep apnea brought on by childhood obesity can lead to heart conditions later on in life. * Joint problems like arthritis can extremely painful for not only adults, but children as well. * Obese children are also put at risk for fatty liver disease, gallstones, heartburn and acid reflux which can all call for painful and time consuming surgeries later in life. Preventing and/or reversing obesity in children can be done. Parents must take on the role of teaching their children healthy eating and exercise habits.
Maintaining a person’s own weight through diet is proven to help prevent the risk of this cancer. There are also risks that can sometimes not be prevented. Acid reflux is one of those risks. Acid reflux is when the acid from the stomach has an abnormal backward flow into the esophagus. This happened to be the reason my girlfriend’s dad had been diagnosed with this cancer.
Respiratory Disease Paper Tara Vaughns HCS/245 September 15, 2014 Frances Keeler Respiratory Disease Paper Asthma Asthma is a chronic disease that attacks the respiratory system that makes it difficult for the lungs to receive an adequate amount of air, therefore; making it harder for an individual to breathe. Asthma attacks are general in the form of mild, moderate and severe and can even cause death (CDC, 2014). There are estimates of 25 million people who currently have asthma which 7 million have afflicted upon children that live in the United States (National, Lung, and Blood Institute, 2014), and “according to WHO estimates, 235 million people that suffer from asthma” (WHO, 2014). Unfortunately, asthma is an incurable disease
New mothers have two main choices when feeding their babies: breastfeeding or formula feeding from a bottle. Each choice comes with its own moral imperative and there is much for a mother to consider. The benefits of breastfeeding are well established, however, a mother will have to weigh these benefits against other factors, such as the social stigma of breastfeeding in public; potentially reduced milk supply due to drugs taken in labour; the fear of losing her figure; and the need to be liberated from the demands of constant breastfeeding. Information bombards parents from a range of sources in the UK: formula companies, the NHS, the National Childbirth Trust and the pro-breastfeeding lobby, for example, La Leche League. This information can often be conflicting, promoting the advantages of one way of feeding over another.