Antidepressants on the other hand by balancing neurotransmitters such as serotonin and epinephrine witch can cause depression if not sufficiently balanced. Anxiolytic drugs are used to combat anxiety disorders one drug in this field is benzodiazepines (Bzs) they work by releasing more (GABA) witch slows down the nerve transmission calming people down. This drug is effective in areas such as phobias. Another biological therapy is ECT, it is a surgical based treatment commonly used on manic depressives who haven’t responded to antidepressants. This treatment is administrated to a patient by putting a patient into an unconscious state then passing a current of 0.6 amps through the brain.
A. Nausea and vomiting 1. helps dull our senses to various symptoms 2. reduce chemotherapy-related nausea and vomiting in cancer patients B. Loss of appetite 1. stimulates appetite 2. inhalation of cannabis can lead to an increase consumption of calories III. Medical marijuana works as an physical reliever A. Muscle tension and spasm B. Chronic pain 1. provides an analgesic quality IV.
Fisher drew her audience’s attention by pointing out herself as a living sample of HIV positive. Like a lot of the audience in that room, she came from a wealthy family, and she was mother of two children. Fisher used rhetorical appeals of ethos, pathos, and logos in the speech to persuade her audience in the situation. Even before Fisher spoke, just who she was brought her a huge amount of credibility. The Republican Party brought her up on the stage on purpose, because Mary Fisher was a perfect example of a “safe” person to speak about AIDS.
In October 2007, Marion Jones, a sprinter for the United States summer Olympic team in the Sydney games in 2000, signed an ‘Acceptance of Sanction’ admitting to the use of performance enhancing drugs in front of the United States Anti-Doping Agency; forfeiting her rights to the medals and awards won at the Olympic games and disqualifying her from all track and field events in which she competed. On 10 April 2008, an appeal was filed by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board against the United States women’s relay team of the 2000 Sydney Olympics in attempts to disqualify and force Jone’s teammates to also return all medals and awards presented to each sprinter who competed in the 4x100m and 4x400m relays. The athletes in question were Andrea Anderson, Latasha Colander Clark, Jearl Miles-Clark, Torri Edwars, Chryste Gaines, Monique Hennagan and Passion Richardson.
She has defeated all of her opponents by beastly armbars. Rousey became the first American woman to earn an Olympic medal in Judo at the Summer Olympics in Beijing in 2008. Rousey trains under Gokor Chivichyan of the Hayastan MMA Academy, and Edmond Tarverdyan of the Glendale Fighting Club. She formerly trained at the Olympic Training Center in Wakefield, Massachusetts under guidance of Jimmy Pedro and is now part of Team Hayastan in Santa Monica, California. Rousey also trains with Romanian Leo Frîncu and Gene Lebell, along with Team Hayastan fighters.
Eventually he listens to his players and it works out in the end. Jess is the captain of the team and she loves to win. She is also the setter and she is very good. Her parents are very involved in what she does but her dad thinks she should be girlier. Crash is one of the best goalies in the district who decides to quit soccer to play volleyball.
While the public has formed negative stereotypes due to misunderstanding methadone, methadone maintenance is the most effective form of substance abuse treatment for heroin and pain pill addiction. Methadone is a man made synthetic drug that is used to treat narcotic addicts in preventing withdraw and dependence of opiates. During World War II, German scientists invented Methadone due to the shortage of morphine. Methadone was first used in the United States for drug treatment in the 1960’s. “Two New York physicians, Vincent Dole, a metabolic specialist, and his colleague, Marie Nyswander, a psychiatrist, invented methadone maintenance.” (Velten, 1992) Methadone clinics are available in every state and the medication can be prescribed orally, as a tablet, or can be injected.
The Games attracted athletes from 14 nations. The first Olympiad was celebrated two years later in Athens, where an estimated 245 athletes from 14 nations competed in the stadium before large enthusiastic crowds. Americans won nine of the twelve track and field events but Greece won the most medals with 47. Slide 4 Married women were banned at the ancient Olympics on the penalty of death. The laws stated that any adult married woman entering the Olympic grounds would be hurled to their death from a cliff.
By legalizing Marijuana, we can reduce the cost of pharmaceutical development for medicines used to reduce the side effects of cancer treatments. Barry McCaffrey, director of the Office of National Drug Policy, authorized a review of Institute of Medicine (IOM) and discovered that IOM admitted that cannabis had medical value but the standpoint of the IOM offered was that “smoking is too dangerous a mode of drug delivery for cannabis—a conclusion based on an overestimate of the toxicity of marijuana smoke. Among its major recommendations was that patients with "debilitating symptoms (such as intractable pain or vomiting)" be permitted to smoke marijuana only after all conventional treatment options have failed—and then, only for six months and under "an oversight strategy comparable to an institutional review board process." In the end, the question boiled down to how to
Althea Gibson Althea Gibson was born in South Carolina on August 25, 1927. At an early age, she developed a love of sport. Her great talent was in tennis, but in the 1940s and '50s, most tournaments were closed to African Americans. Gibson kept playing (and winning) until her skills could no longer be denied, and in 1951, she became the first African American to play at Wimbledon. Gibson won the women's singles and doubles at Wimbledon in 1957, and won the U.S. Open in 1958.