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Modern Human Anatomy

Modern Human Anatomy Human Hearing System The inner ear as an organ of hearing and balance has emerged in the first vertebrates, and since then has undergone many improvements in the process of evolution. In addition, it was gradually complemented ...
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Improving the Physical Health of Young Australians

Children and youth form the backbone of any country’s future development agenda. It is, therefore, important to ensure their health and wellbeing to empower them to fulfill their potential in life. A series of research studies conducted by the ...
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Intelligence, Memory, Motivation

Dear Tom Hadley, This time my letter is about such interesting and absorbing topics from my psychology course as intelligence, memory, and motivation. All of them concern each person, as all humans have the brain which generates intelligence, ...
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Leadership Insights from a Community-Based Learning Experience

So far, my best community-based learning experience was my volunteer work with Feed the Hungry (LMU-LA 1). Feed the Hungry or FTH is a volunteering program established by the students and faculty from the Loyola Marymount University. In fact, ...
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Memorable Clinical Experience

In the critical care area, there is a high chance of nosocomial infection such as MRSA and pneumonia. Most of the infections can spread via the healthcare workers. Even though doctors and nurses wash their hands, they may forget to clean their pens ...
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Mental Illness amongst the Homeless

Introduction Public health can be defined as the health of the entire population, more so the issues that the state takes so much interest in as to monitor, regulate, and promote. This definition encompasses all health problems that the entire ...
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Native Australian Aborigines

Australian Aborigines are one of the oldest civilizations in the world. In anthropological terms, they are particular Australoid race. Aboriginal Australian is a name of indigenous inhabitants given by Europeans. In Historical Dictionary of ...
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Noise Control Strategies around Airport

Managing aircraft noise has always been a major challenge for the airports. However, strategies for controlling aircraft noise at both local and international airports have gradually changed over the years (Ashford, Coutu, & Beasley, 2012). ...
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Older Adults’ Diagnostics and Hospitalization Issues

The nature of physiological and pathological processes in later life and the need for a specific approach to the management of elderly patients poses the geriatrics and geriatrician in a separate clinical discipline. Therefore, most of the problems ...
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Patient Engagement

Among the factors that improve nurses’ performance and motivate them to provide high-quality service, patient engagement is worth emphasizing. The nurse, who fulfills all the instructions and guidelines of her work but fails to cope with the ...
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