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Counseling a Dysfunctional Family with Obesity
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This 4 page paper discusses the ways in which a community health nurse could use the "family as a client" approach, the structural-functional theory and evidence based nursing to counsel a dysfunctional family with obesity. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: HVDysObs.rtf

Countering Stress with Exercise
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A 3 page paper discussing exercise's positive effect on stress reduction. Exercise is the single best antidote to stress. Exercise's benefits include mechanical relaxation of tense muscles; increased blood flow to deliver oxygen and remove biochemical waste products; and endorphin release, assisting the individual to view the same circumstances in a more positive light. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KShlthStressExer.rtf

Creatine as a Nutritional Supplement
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A 5 page paper discussing the relative benefits and concerns over the use of the nutritional supplement creatine. Written from the perspective of a student who is interested in the supplement’s long-term impacts to her fellow students, this paper advises that while the use of creatine as a nutritional supplement might be considered one of the least deleterious practices pursued by these athletes and may actually result in some forms of athletic performance, athletes should consume the supplement only with extreme caution as there are no long-term studies testifying to the absence of long-term deleterious effects. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Creatine as an Athletic Dietary Supplement: Magic Potion or Enigma?
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A 10 page review of the use of synthetically-produced creatine as a dietary supplement for athletes. While the majority of reports point to the benefits of the supplement, its usage has only been common during the past few years. Consequently, there are not long-term studies on the effects of the supplement and caution in its use is advised. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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