Essay about The effects of growing up with a personal computer 

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During the past five decades the computer has been rapidly advanced. From the first generation to the personal computer, it’s incredible that the speed of computer’s swelling is so fast .It makes people startle. Early computer were of great size, now state-of-the-art personal computers are on the small side and it would be a fantastic experience.
Recent years the personal computer’s commercials are more and more wonderful, different kinds of shapes are cool or cute in order to attract young people and increase their market shares. The personal computer is a rip-off before, but now it is cheaper than before, because we can cut taxes under the WTO framework and many computer shops are on sale, besides, we can pay with a credit card, so
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The direct cause for the tense relationship lies in the bad attitudes of some doctors and patients. The doctor has become exhausted and impatient after the heavy clinical work and the patient has become totally mad after the extremely complicated procedure in the hospital. When these two people meet each other, there is a great possibility of conflict even owing to something insignificant and trivial.

So all of the above three aspects well explain how the tense relationship between the doctor and the patient develop. It needs a revolution which can be completed by the doctors, the patients and the hospital. And first of all, and most importantly, we have to trust each other and allow more understanding in the doctor-and patient relationship.

Chinese doctor-patient relationship status
On March 23, 2012, a man rushed into the doctor's office of the First Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University, stabbed to death a person on the spot and wound three because he is not satisfied with the treatment effect. In the recent years, as people's living standards improve, the demand for medical and health is growing, but China's lack of medical resources, and the allocation is grossly unfair. Therefore, hospitals and doctors has become the target of