Developmental Issues of Children Born with Drugs in Their System

Introduction Family structures have become more complex across different societies in the world including the American society. The traditional nuclear families are changing to families consisting of single parents, multigenerational, foster, or even stepfamilies. If a member of a family abuses sub...

Non-Invasive Body Contouring

Introduction Body contouring is the procedural optimization of definition, smoothness, and shape of the human physical body. It is aimed at changing the shapes of different body areas whereby body contouring after massive weight loss refers to a set of continuous procedures that reduce excessive sk...

Acupuncture

Introduction Alternative medicine is the name given to the processes of getting recovery without application of medication. Healthcare analysts have seen the need for treating patients without traditional medicines due the psychological side-effects associated with drugs. Taking medicines is a tou...

Ethnicity: How African Americans in the USA Respond to Health Care

Introduction Various researches have indicated the existence of ethnic disparities in the medical care system of the USA. Amid the advancement in technology in the medical care, the ancient systems of healing have continued to exist in the USA, especially among the ethnic group of African American...

Epilepsy

From the information given, it can be stated that in order to solve her problem, Jessica needs to consult a GP. Consultation with a doctor regarding stopping to take the drugs for any reason is extremely important. If not guided by a professional, a change in the treatment course can pose a risk to ...

Community Project: American Heart Association Walk

I took part in the American Heart Association walk in Miami to raise funds for the treatment of heart and stroke conditions. The community event took place on the 22nd of November. The objective of this community experience was to raise funds. American heart association organizes the heart walk ever...