Medicine

Childhood Obesity

Since 1998, obesity has been known as a global epidemic that affects not only adults, but also children and was developed because of environmental and societal facts. The situation is not expected to be changed in the near future. Despite the fact ...


Eating Disorders

The purpose of the article "Dieting and the Development of Eating Disorders in Obese Women: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial" (2004) is to examine the issue of possible correspondence between dieting and binge eating as well as various mood ...


ECG and Cardiovascular Diseases

Heart is a fibro-muscular organ that provides the movement of blood through the blood vessels. Human heart, a hollow muscular sac, has form of a cone with a size of a fist of the person (approximately). Heart is located in of the chest behind the ...


Healthcare

The statistics has revealed that Americans are not contented with the present cost, access, and quality of healthcare structure. However, views of the public on how to transform the current structure conflicts with individual survey outcome. ...


Reefer Madness

Reefer Madness emerges as an important film owing to the fact that it highlights the blatant stereotypes that misrepresent the effects ascribed to the use of marijuana. In so doing, the film intimates that marijuana has lethal effects and can be ...


The Role of HR Management in Increasing the Effectiveness of Health Care Organizations

The value and cost of personnel is mostly often evident when selling the organization, because its sale price may be much higher than the total value of physical and financial assets (Mathis & Jackson, 2010). Thus, human resources should be a ...