The article, Sports-Related Injuries in the Young Female Athlete, examines those sports that are most popular with young girls, and the most common injuries suffered by them. Sports such as soccer, gymnastics, volleyball, dance, and cheerleading are becoming more and more popular among adolescent and preadolescent girls. At these ages, the epiphyseal plates are still growing and spongy until they close and are replaced by solid bone sometime in late adolescence. While they are still growing, they remain open and are at increased risk for injury. Some of the injuries that can occur while participating in sports at this young age are sprains, strains, and anterior cruciate ligament tears in soccer players; stress fractures, triangular fibrocartilage complex tears, herniated discs, spondylolysis, and spondylolisthesis in gymnasts; and patellar tendonitis, ankle sprains, and shoulder injuries in volleyball players. Dancers may suffer from sprains and tendonitis, as well as arthritis, stress fractures, and many foot injuries and disorders. These can include tears of the flexor halluces longus, tarsal and anterior tarsal tunnel syndrome, and compression neuropathy. Cheerleading, unfortunately, results in more catastrophic injuries than other sports. Some of these injuries are head injuries, skull fractures, cervical spine injuries, and hyponatremia. Some of these injuries are relatively minor to treat, but others may cause lifelong issues. As health care professionals, the implications of these injuries are that prevention needs to be the real focus. Identifying which patients are at risk for these injuries and teaching them…
December 17th, 2014
Effective front desk up selling increases online reputation by 25%.
This article topic is about how front desks upselling can increase online reputation a lot. When guest first walks in a hotel he has to deal with front desk, which is why it is really important for the front desk to notice, which could be the potential clients that can eventually be spending more money on their stay. The more result they have upselling the rooms the…
Article Review- Emanuella Garcia SOCI 201-DO1
The article that I read about is called the School-Based Groups to Support Multiethnic Sexual Minority Youth Resiliency: Preliminary Effectiveness. This article was very interesting to read and I really enjoyed it. This article was basically about the youth which was called the sexual minority youth (SMY). This group of youth faces many changes and challenges in their life because they are different from the rest of the youth. These teenagers in…
Article Review 3
Article Review 3: Motivating Students for Content Mastery
Motivating students to learn is one of the most difficult tasks teachers have in the classroom today. The pressures from administration, government mandates, and parents on teachers to ensure that the student achieves their highest level of learning has compounded in recent years. Mantell (2013) suggests that a challenge to educators today lies…
The ever changing world of healthcare is causing debate over the need of baccalaureate-prepared nurses to the forefront. Research has shown that a high percentage of BSN-prepared nurses resulted in improved patient outcomes (Spencer, 2008). The goal is to increase the number of diploma and ADN nurses obtaining a higher level of education. The question is how to obtain this goal. Obstacles can stand in the way. Curriculums vary. This paper will focus on some of…
E-Business has brought many opportunities to the world that would have never been afforded. Businesses are able to reach customers from all over the world which presents substantially more potential than their immediate neighborhood. It goes without saying that in such a competitive environment, it is vital that these businesses are prepared to protect the property they make available on the web. The future of the business will depend on how they handle…
Article Review II
The article I decided to review was an article on the Affordable Care Act, of referred to as Obamacare. The article states that the Supreme Court has decided to hear a new case in regards to specific subsidies.
When Congress first drafted the Affordable Care Act, the law required everyone purchase health insurance. Each state would then create a health care marketplace where residents could compare and choose the plan that best fit their budgets.
I myself could understand…
University of Phoenix Material
Article Review Format Guide
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX
DATE: December 17, 2013
RE: SEC Charges Accountants and Firms with Sarbanes-Oxley Violations
69 accounting firms and partners were charged by the Securities Exchange Commission with violating the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 by auditing companies without first registering with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board…
Review of the Article: Mycobacteriophage Lysin B is a novel mycolylarabinogalactan esterase.
Authors: Kimberly Payne1, Qingan Sun2, James Sacchettini2, and Graham F. Hatfull1.
By: Joannieliz Rodríguez Cora Course: Biol 3033 Secc.: 127 Prof. Michael Rubin
This article shows a study carried out by using phages. In this case, they used the phage lysin b9 to identify new structures, the behavior of this, features and analysis of its replication even lead to total lysis. Comparative analysis…
UNIVERSITY OF LA VERNE
La Verne, California
Submitted in partial fulfillment
of the requirements for the degree
of Master of Business Administration
Professor Fengmei Gong
BUS 510 Management of Information Technology
Chiu Ngok Lau
College of Business and Public Management
Department of Business Administration
March, 4, 2015
According to the article research, it has shown that a large number of information technology investments make economic…