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AIDS Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is a common disease in the world. About 64 million people were infected in the world in June 2011. applydaily There were about 131 people have been infected in Hong Kong in April 2012(Virtual AIDS Office of Hong Kong)As a result, the following parts would be analysis about AIDS and provide some health promotion by using the biopsychosocial as the health care model.Causes of AIDSBiopsychosocial had been chosen as the health care model. The causes would be...
"Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)" is employed to aim particular signs and symptoms and develop interrelated matters for instance self-esteem, community performance, and insight. Even though the outcomes of early trials were questionable as the therapy highly developed from its preliminary relevance in the mid 1990s, extra current reviews evidently illustrate that CBT is a useful cure for the psychotic signs of schizophrenia. An additional loom is cognitive remediation...
It is estimated that there were more than 81 million illnesses caused by food-borne agents in the United States in 2009 (Scharff, 2010). In Connecticut, recent reports indicate that there are an estimated 971,254 illnesses due to food-borne diseases annually, which equates to a ranking of 29 among all states and the District of Columbia and a per capita cost of $541 (Scharff, 2010).The most common food-borne pathogens in Connecticut are Campylobacter, Salmonella, E.Coli O157, Cryptosporidium,...
Hypertension is defined as a blood pressure that is measured to be higher than 140/90mmHg on three separate occasions. By this definition more than 40% of the adult population in Britain are hypertensive, with the proportion increasing with age. In 95% of cases the hypertension will have no identifiable cause: this is termed essential hypertension. The remaining 5% of cases are due to an underlying disease such as thyrotoxicosis, Cushing's syndrome or acromegaly. This is termed secondary...
Introduction The United States has a unique system of health care delivery that is unlike any other health care system in the world. Most developed countries have national health insurance programs run by the government and financed through general taxes. Almost all citizens in such countries are entitled to obtain health care services. Such is not the case in the US, where not all Americans are automatically covered by health insurance. The US health care delivery system is not a system in...
During internal rotation the pressure and load is mainly on the medial meniscus. On the other hand during external rotation the lateral meniscus is most active and experiences the highest pressure. During flexion the menisci move dorsal (backward) to cover the posterior part of the knee. During extension the menisci move ventral (forward) to protect the anterior part of the knee. The menisci are linked to the rolling and gliding mechanism. During excessive stretching or movements with extreme...
Understanding the ocular changes associated with near work is of particular interest given the association between myopia and near tasks Hepsen, Evereklioglu, Bayramlar, 2001; Ip et al., 2008; Saw et al., 2001 and the increasing prevalence of myopia in many populations (Jung, Lee, Kakizaki, & Jee, 2012; Lin, Shih, Hsiao, & Chen, 2004; Sun et al., 2012; Vitale, Sperduto, & Ferris, 2009).The majority of previous studies of ocular changes associated with near work have examined the eye...
Many things can trigger debilitating depression. Feelings of depression are caused by a chemical change that affects how the brain functions.These brain chemicals-in varying amounts-are responsible for our emotional state. Depression happens when these chemical messages aren't delivered correctly between brain cells, disrupting communication.Think of a telephone: if your phone has a weak signal, you may not hear the person on the other end. Their communication is muted or unclear.The good news...
2>Mrs MT presented with a 4 day history of pain across the umbilical area that radiates upwards to the right of the abdomen and radiates to the back. The pain was sharp in character however its onset was gradual. She also mentioned that she was feeling increasingly breathless on exertion that get relieved on rest. She also had an expiratory wheeze and was coughing up yellow sputum and was apyrexial.It is worth noting that she has been having a urinary infection that has been persisting for...
The ankle joint is considered the most commonly injured location, especially in soccer players. Andersen (2004) reported that the incidence of ankle affection is 1.7 to 4.5 injuries per 1000 playing hours, which accounts for almost 11�25% of all acute injuries encountered during playtime. Injuries to the ankle are a concern to any athletes as it can keep the player out of play for a long time, and usually full recovery takes much longer time if ever happens.Therefore, players are always...