The Healing Powers of Nature

When faced with an illness, the first thing people turn to is the modern pharmacy. Hazardous chemicals disguised in the form of tiny, harmless capsules are then prescribed for the frail to consume and take into their bodies in hopes of becoming healed. However, a crucial criticism remains- is the disappearance of several indicators of the sickness equivalent to being fully c...
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The Death Penalty Business Case Study

Did you know that the United states is the only “G7” country that still allows the death penalty as punishment? Since 1977, 141 countries have abolished the death penalty. Why haven’t we? The death penalty is an inhumane act of punishment and should be completely abolished in the 31 states in the U.S that still practice it. The death penalty puts innocent lives at ris...
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Size of United States Government

Think About the Role of Government in Controlling the Macroeconomy The government has control over the macroeconomy because it shapes the economic policy. The government determines macroeconomic issues like its spending and control of currency supply and microeconomic matters aimed at providing public goods and services and uphold a competitive economy (Holcombe, 2006). Holc...
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Behind the Man: Adolf Hitler

We have all heard of the horrible, cruel deeds of Adolf Hitler while he was in power, but how much do you know about the man himself? From his normal childhood in Austria, to his rise to political power and eventual suicide in a bunker surrounded by soviets, there is much to learn about the evil man. Don’t forget what horrific things he did in his conquest for world dominatio...
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Risk Factors in the Hong Kong Event Industry

All the set objectives of the research study were met, including investigation of the academic theories of the event management and identification of the critical risk factors in the Hong Kong event industry and the critical factors verification. During the scrutinizing and substantial literature review, key notions were highlighted. They are project management, project life ...
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The Story of a Fighter

Gabrielle Giffords is a gun control activist and a politician. She was born on June 18, 1970. Tucson, Arizona is where she was born and grown up. Her parents are Spencer J. and Gloria Kay Frazer Giffords. She graduated from Scripps College and Cornell University. She was a member of the Arizona House of Representatives from January 1, 2001 until January 8, 2003. She was then...
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The Future of Medicine

It is three o’clock on a Friday morning. Imagine waiting in the snow outside of the mall doors for three hours, hoping to be the first to receive the new iPad. Has this ever been you? As teens, we are obsessed with new technology the moment it is released, whether it is a new Apple device or a new video game console. In order to take advantage of all the career related opport...
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Social Media Sites

Social media sites such as face book, Twitter, etc. are sites that are mostly visited and form the most appropriate place to advertise real estate products and services online. One way is to create an e-marketing social media bio. This is done by writing a short message highlighting the products and services. Secondly, real estate agents should join appropriate e-marketing so...
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Video game Violence Research

Opinion: Violent video games may cause children young and old to become violent! Fact: Violent video games can make a child young and old become smarter than you think! Stayingand playing violent video games do not affect the child’s aggression towards the other children.People believe that children that play violent games causes them to act violent they believe that it will...
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The Call of the Void

I examined what was laid out in front of my eyes: the carefully planned grid of the city, the cozy donut shops weaving between offices, a path laid out to the lakeshore. Between my toes walked the ant-sized pedestrians, on their way to work, oblivious to my observance. I stood in a completely glass box, looming over the side of the Sears tower. Now, I was never one to willin...
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