The Power of Technology

The Legend of Baggar Vance author Steven Pressfield once said, “It may be that the human race is not ready for freedom. The air of liberty may be too rarefied for us to breathe.” Nowhere is this more true than in the realm of technology, where our choices determine whether technology is a drug or a boon. While technology has ground-breaking benefits and serious detrimental co...
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Problem Statement on HIPAA

The research will evaluate the effectiveness of the patient education and the implications of applying the HIPAA regulation privacy act on medical records. The general problem is that the patients and health staff have little knowledge concerning the privacy acts. As studies indicate, information control generally entails privacy. For over a decade concerns have been indicate...
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How Do Events in Life Affect Mental Illness?

It’s all consuming, it drags you into a deep abyss, and rips you in half, until your last bits of hope are burned into nothingness. Your days turn from a nice walk in the park to a constant battle between yourself and reality. You often stay up at night pondering over what the meaning to life is, waking up the next day with the same thoughts. Smiles turn to only a forced mus...
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Acts of Bravery

What would you do if you were faced with a fire breathing dragon? Would you run or would you be brave and fight the monster? A good example of bravery is seen in Richard Connell’s short story, “The Most Dangerous Game,” where a young marooned hunter, Sanger Rainsford, proves his bravery by fighting the maniac General Zaroff. Through his actions, speech, and other character&#...
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GDHIP

The best measure of location of GDHIP is the median. This is because it lies in the middle of the other two measures in the year 2000 and year 2009 hence it has got high chance of being equal to the true value. The mean of UK disposable household income per head (GDHIP) in the year 2009 was 14569.52. This was an increase from year 2000 where the income per head was 10528.89. ...
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Bravery Exceeds Brawny

Some may think that being brave means you have to be tall, big and muscular. To be brave you have to walk around like you are tough and can beat up anyone that gets in your way. However, bravery means a lot more than that. An old man could be brave by standing up for what he believes in. A young boy can be brave for not being shy. A young lady could be brave by acknowledging ...
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America

America What do you think of when you think of America? Chances are you think of this great amazing country, where you can do almost anything and live out your dream. However, the poem “America” by Claude McKay has a different view on what America is. This poem was written in the 1920’s during the Harlem Renaissance and is about the experiences of African Americans living i...
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Processes of Evolution

This essay develops the processes of micro- and macroevolution. Microevolution is a complex of evolutionary processes that occur within species, alter the genetic structure of populations and lead to formation of new species. The processes, which provide the intraspecific alterations of microevolution, are: mutation, natural selection and genetic drift. Macroevolution is a pr...
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Six Letters

Would you find it hard to believe that a six letter word is capable of instilling the most intense, unimaginable terror to the human heart? It is able to stop both one’s breath and mind. Capable of making one stand, like the idiotic proverbial deer in headlights, waiting for a six letter word to run them over with the force of a thousand pound truck: Cancer. Leukemia is a di...
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A Tulip Per Year

Heidi Yoken dark brown curls, white straight-teethed smile, pink lips, sun spots on her chest, motherly bodied, indescribable face structure. Bland, natural colors imply that she wears a lot of comfy clothing, yet heads turn when she is dressed to go out to brunch or go to a nighttime event; clearness gleams through her jewelry all over her fingers, neck and ears. Her hands ...
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