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The Economics of Canada's Insistence on an Almost Strictly Pharmacological Approach to Healthcare
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An 8 page overview of the problems confronting Canadian Healthcare. The author contends that many of these problems are attributable to pharmaceutical company insistence that medicine focus almost exclusively on the use of drugs rather than the various alternative approaches which exist. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Effects of Childhood Obesity
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the causes and effects of childhood obesity. The incidence of obesity in the United States has more than doubled in the last thirty years and currently affects 25% of children and 33% of adults. Childhood obesity is a growing concern due to the risks associated with obesity which include serious health problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, gallbladder disease, stress on weight bearing joints, sleep disorders, respiratory dysfunction and increased risk to certain cancers among others. The incidence of Type II diabetes has been increasing in children believed to be a direct result of the increase in overweight and obese children. In addition to the obvious health risks, obese children are also more susceptible to social and psychological problems which may result in isolation from peer groups and low self-esteem based on society’s preference for thinness. Altering this increasing incidence of childhood may be difficult however as not only do hereditary factors play a part but perhaps more importantly so do behavioral and environmental factors. A great deal of responsibility has been placed on the family environment in changing this trend of increased non-physical activities such as watching television and playing on computers which have led to the decrease in overall physical activity levels in children. Additional societal influences are the promotion of foods with high fat and sugar content in television ads and the promotion of large portions in restaurants; a combination of elements which are difficult for children to overcome. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The Effects of Exercise in Middle Aged Women: Literature Review & Possible Study Outline
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the effects of exercise in middle aged women. The paper includes a short literature review and possible outline for a proposed study. Studies investigating the effects of exercise in middle aged women have been positive in their findings. Research has ranged from studying aerobic or non-aerobic exercise in regards to lipid concentrations as well as those which study weight training in regards to overall body fat and body weight among other factors. It would seem that in all cases, middle aged women have shown improvements in regards to overall health from exercise in addition to reducing their risk for heart disease by reducing lipid concentrations, cholesterol levels and blood pressure among other variables. While some studies involves thousands of subjects over many years, most studies involve a relatively small number of subjects, randomly assigned to controlled short-term exercise programs after which the results are compared from pre- and post-measurements. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The Effects of Exercise on Skeletal Joints
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An 8 page overview of the impacts exercise can have on skeletal joints. This paper emphasizes that while exercise can have many positive impacts on skeletal joints, it can also have more detrimental impacts. In most instances, however, it seems that exercise is more beneficial in its impacts. Exercise can not only prevent joint injury and deterioration but it can also be used to restore flexibility and mobility when such impact has already occurred. The specifics of the impact exercise will have on skeletal joints differ in accordance with the type of exercise and the individual doing the exercising. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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