How to write a nursing teaching plan
By: Kris Kennedy
Writing a Nursing Teaching Plan There are basic means of writing an education plan and a nursing plan should follow these same characteristics. In most cases, it becomes important because of the life affecting consequences of the training. The teaching plan must get the nurse...
Book reviews: An Anthropologist on Mars, by Oliver Sacks
By: Philo Gabriel
Oliver Sacks's books are consistently very readable and thought-provoking. His book on deaf culture ("Seeing Voices") is quite good and informative, but the books I enjoy the most are his case histories of people with neurological problems that manifest in really bizarre ways of thinking...
Preparing parents for their infant's ear tube surgery
By: Clarissa Bise
How to prepare for your Child's Ear Tube Surgery When preparing yourself for your child surgery you have to remember that you will go through several different processes. These include pre-op, the surgery, and post-op. During the pre-op process your child doctor may require...
Reasons to donate blood
By: Caleb Wyeth
Blood taken from donors goes to any number of people in need, including cancer patients, burn victims, those with leukemia, anemia and other blood disorders, and those undergoing surgery for various health problems and emergencies. The process is truly a modern medical miracle, one in...
Have Breakthroughs in Dna Research Led to more Harm than Good
By: Elizabeth M Young
Many of us are proof positive that the breakthroughs in DNA research have saved lives, identified undiagnosed conditions that cause long standing illness, suffering, decline, and death. Breakthroughs in the mapping of the human genome have led to genetic counseling, which allows couples to avoid...
Structure and function of the colon
By: Dolores Moore
The colon is an intrinsic and vital part of the digestive system. In simple terms, it is the large intestine in mammals and extends from the small intestine to the rectum. The colon works by absorbing water from food digested, and with the right bacterial...
Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Elizabeth M Young
"1. The act or practice of ending the life of an individual suffering from a terminal illness or an incurable condition, as by lethal injection or the suspension of extraordinary medical treatment. 2. A quiet, painless death." 1 3. A third definition should have...
By: Melody St. John
The humerus is the long bone of the upper arm of human beings and other tetrapod vertebrates. This bone originates from the shoulder blade known as the scapula and ends at the elbow. The anatomy of the humerus In terms of structure, the humerus...
How do ears detect sound?
By: Pauline Abreu
To find out how the ears detect sound, we must look at what is contained in the ear, and what functions each part of the ear has to offer. Sound waves travel through the outer ear, making there way into the middle ear by way...
How do ears detect sound?
By: Kevin Lamb
Have you ever wondered exactly how ears can detect sound? The human ear is a very delicate and detailed sensory organ. In order to hear sound, the ear must first catch sound waves, and direct them into the hearing part of the ear. The...

 

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