Morgan Haskins Kelly Paul Eng. 102 B508 October 23, 2013 The Effect of Tanning Beds on the American Society Have you ever read the warning label on something and decided to ignore it? What about doing/using something you know could eventually kill you? Truth is, most people using harmful products ignore the possibility of side effects. They are the ones that say “the chances are so slim it won't happen to me.” The lengths people will go, in order to get a quick fix, weather it be a mental fix such as gaining a high or a physical thing such as appearance, are amazing.
UNCONTROLLED cell proliferation 1) abnormally HIGH rates of cell division: • the cell cycle has LOST regulatory control 2) can DETACH and INVADE other tissues. 1) Benign neoplasms • may be removed for cosmetic reasons • may be advised to prevent cancer formation 2) Malignant melonoma • usually results from exposure to sunlight • causes MORE DEATHS than other skin cancers combined! 55. What causes bed sores, and why are they dangerous? How can they be avoided?
There are an immense amount of trends that are very harmful to teen’s health; but most people overlook the dangers of having a sun-kissed tan. If a teenager is bronzed, he or she is said to have a “healthy” glow; however, recent studies show that the effects of overexposure to the UVA and UVB rays of the sun or tanning booth are more than skin deep. Tanning has been a consistent trend and an adequate confidence booster; but teens are often unaware of the potentially deadly consequences and the steps they can take to prevent them. Tanning is considered to be a great confidence booster. After a few days baking at the beach or a few sessions in the hottest tanning salon, the skin will ultimately be darker (or redder, depending on the skin type).
This disease begins in the melanocytes. Melanocytes are cells that are found in the top layer of your skin call the epidermis. The epidermis is the thin layers that protects the thick tissue and organs beneath it. The disease begins in these type of cells. One of the risk factors for this disease is exposure to UA (ultraviolet) rays.
If you have a risk factor, this does not mean you will necessarily get cancer. Unfortunetly, not having any known risk factors does not mean you cannot get cancer. What are the risk factors for obtaining nodular melanoma? Caucasions are highly more likely to develop N.M. than Hispanic, Asian, or Black individuals. Being white with a fair complexion, freckles, or having light hair/eyes can also increase the risk of N.M. People who burn easily in the sun and are exposed to it over long periods of time, make them at high risk.
So, what does it take to become a baby friendly hospital? To date, there is only one hospital in Pennsylvania that is baby friendly; Reading Birth Center. They do 118 births per year. They have been baby friendly since July, 1997. New Jersey has three hospitals that have achieved baby friendly status; South Jersey HealthCare in Elmer, NJ, estimating about 327 births per year, certified in March, 2012, Centra State Medical Center located in Freehold, NJ; 1530 births per year; certified October, 2012, and Capital Health Medical Center, located in Pennington, NJ, estimated 2500 births per year, certified in March, 2012.
UV rays not only can cause physical harm to the body but as well psychological. Just think for a moment and maybe you can think of one or two people who go to tanning salons way too many times. Also there is a good chance that at least once in a while you notice strangely yellow-colored unhealthy looking skin and immediately know that it has something to do with tanning salon. The study done on college students reports that people can get addicted to tanning. The report in the April 2006 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology argues that UV light triggers the production of endorphins in the brain.
If the procedure is carried out in a state of the art hospital, then the risk is in fact very low, as low as some risky professions that we do permit like a deep-sea diving. If we merely appeal to outcomes then so long as we can check whether the people are being rational when they’re making the decision to sell their kidney, we would expect it to be good all-round. However, it is not the case that humans are entirely rational, (BEHAVIOURAL) and what about developing countries who perhaps lack adequate healthcare or after-care facilities? The absolute position, put forth by market proponents: that buying internal body parts from informed, voluntary and autonomous sellers is morally permissible is highly
Tanning beds have been linked to a number of skin disorders, premature aging of skin, and eye disease. It seems like everywhere you go there are positive images of tanning. Television shows and commercials use tan models and being tan is considered beautiful. It is hard to understand the risks of tanning when you don’t see the damage until it is too late. Tanning beds may be thought of as a quick and easy way to look better, but in reality, the damage being done to your skin can never be reversed.
reports that Every day in the United States, 105 people die as a result of drug overdose. You would not advocate drug use who why encourage Rainbow soda. The soda has too many negative impacts to be benefical. Along with negative mental and physical effects the rainbow soda degrades society because society cannot progress on an intellectual level or otherwise if people repeat the same meaningless taks everyday without curiousity about themselives or philosolize about things in life. The Joker himself said "WIthout the lie-nectar the little fool thinks more clearly" Society as a whole improves without rainbow.