in this assinemnt i am goig to explain health promotion and health protecton, i will then explain an approprate metod to prevent/control tb and stroke, as they are the communicable and non-communicable disease. health promotion is the process of allowing people to use control over the determainats of health and so improing there health. as a concept and set of parctical strateiegs it remains an important guide in addressing the major health challenges faced by developing and devloped nations that involve communicable and non-communicable diesases and reservations linked to the health of bumans and the development. health promotion is a process linked towords getting people to take action. so health promotion is not something that is done on or to people its done by, with and for people weater they are in groups or indevidual. the aim of this activity is so that it can strengthen the skills and capabilities of indiviuals to take action and the capacity of groups or communities to act collectively to exert control over the determinants of health and achieve positive change. the health protection service use to be called communicable disease control center (CDCC) in the PHA, has a big role in protecting the population form infection and hazereds that could be enviromental, though a range of core functions including monotoring and savalance, operational support , advice , education, tranning and resarch. the health protection service is delivred by a multi-disciplinary team of doctors, nurses,emergency planners and scieniffic, surveillance and also administrative staff. the service coordinates its acute responce functions for the hralth protection, duy room that is in the PHA eastern offcie in linehall street belfast. it is the first ponit off call for health professionals and other agencies regarding all health protection incidents/queries with in the working hours. multi-disciplinary, consultant-led health protection teams have been developed around key work areas, surge capacity for major incident response is given by a range of staff with in the PHA. you can help preventing a stroke by makeing healty lifestyle chooses by : choosing a healthy meal and snack options can help someone to avoid having a stroke and the complications that come with it. people need to make sure that they eat as much fresh fruit and veg as the posiblely can. eatign foods low in staturated fats, trans fat and cholestorol and hoght in fiber can help people prevent getting a hight cholestorol. limiting salts (sodium) in there diet can lower there blood pressure. being obese or even overwight can increease someones chance of having a stroke. to fiuger out if someones weight is at a healthy range, doctors oftern calculate people bpfy mas index (BMI). if a person knows there weight and there hight then they can caluclate there BMI. doctors sometimes use a persons waist and hip measurermnets to measure excess body fat. physical activity can help someone keep a health weight and lower there cholesterol and blood pressure levels. for adults, the surgeon general tell people to get about 2 and a half hours of moderate-intensity exercise a week , exersise such as, takeing a brisk walk , or going on a bike ride. children and teenagers need to ger 1 hour of exerise a day. cigarette smokeing increases the chances of haveing a stroke in a big way. if someone does not smoke then they should not start. if someone does smoke then they need to cut down and slowly quit and that will lower the chances of a stroke . a doctor can help people to quit smokeing by giving advice. people shold avoid drinking too much alcohol, as it can rasie a persons bloo pressure. men should have no more then 2 drinks per day, and women only 1. most important in TB prevention is for people with infectious tb to take their medicines as perciribed. if someone is takeing medication, they require regular chck ups and possibly additional cheast x-rays or sputum teasts to show if the…
Act 3 is about Israel and the redemption of God’s people. God’s planting of the Israelites in the land is a major step on the way toward the recovery and restoration of the creation. The land is like a second Eden, and Noah will be like a new Adam. A major underlying principle i gained from this act is that its important to be faithful to God, without straying away. Straying away slowly doesn’t count as living righteously.
The fall on all of us doesn’t mean that we stop being human…
How are Pride and Honour shown in Act 3 Scene 1
of Romeo and Juliet?
Pride and honour are shown in many different scenes of Romeo and Juliet, especially Act 3 Scene 1. Pride is ‘a feeling of deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one’s own achievements, a close one’s achievements, or from qualities or possessions which are widely admired.’ Honour is ‘high ‘respect’; a great esteem.’ During the scene we see three different characters show pride and honour. They are Romeo, Mercutio, and Tybalt…
CHAPTER 12: LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS
A. IMFs and States of Matter (Section 12.1)
1. At a given temperature, the magnitude of intermolecular forces (IMFs) determines
the phase of matter:
a. If the IMFs are too weak to hold the particles together, the substance is a
b. If the IMFs are strong enough to hold the particles together, the substance
will be a liquid or solid.
Referred to collectively as the
2. There are three IMFs we consider in pure substances:
Present in all compounds.
– Between (2 between subjects factors)
Mixed Design (1 between, 1 within subjects factor)
Within – Within (2 within subjects factors)
The purpose of this experiment was to determine
the effects of testing mode (treadmill, bike) and
gender (male, female) on maximum VO2.
mode is a within subjects factor with 2 levels
Gender is a between subjects factor with 2 levels
Maximum VO2 is the dependent variable.
A 3 x 2 Design
Honors English 9
21 May 2015
Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Scene 3 Scene Analysis
This scene begins with Romeo stricken with grief as he wonders of the prince’s decree.
The Friar tells Romeo that he is lucky that he was only banished and not killed. Friar Laurence
wants Romeo to see this as good news. However, Romeo is too focused on the “banished part.
Romeo claims that being banished is worse that being dead since he will have to live, but without
long-term memory) because my yaya or grandmother is tall and Greek.
2. To remember procedural memory I would change procedural to procedure being a nurse I do procedures all day long but its easier to do them than it is to say what im going to do.
3. to remember chucking I would sing the song “Jenny”. Like the song chunking jenny’s number 867-5309 .
4. to remember the two types of amnesia I would
retrograde amnesia is a easy one retro means past or old
anterograde amnesia I would link it to…
Unfortunately, if we were to take a step back and really take a look at Iago, we would realize that he would have found another evil plan to hatch. For example, looking at act 3 scene 3, which is the aftermath of Cassio’s drunken behavior, we can see that Iago could have possibly carried his plan in a different manner.
When act 3 scene 3 opens up, we see that Desdemona is begging Othello to give Cassio the time of day, and to at least talk to him before making his mind up. “Why, your lieutenant, Cassio…
to 1984.” Modern
Fiction Studies. (1968-69) 423-33. Rpt. In Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism.
Ed. Dennis Poupard and James E. Person, Jr. Vol. 15. Gale Research Inc., 1985.
1984. The Literature Network. Jalic Inc. 2000-2015. May 12 2015.…
“I’m his father and he’s my son, and if there’s something bigger than that I’ll put a bullet in my head!” (Act 3, page 77)
Joe Keller is a man who struggles to cope with the fragile state of his conscience which is conflicted between his own understanding of his actions and their consequences and his failure to realize the extremity of his own ignorance. During a furious conversation with Kate, Joe Keller ferociously defends he was not responsible for the cracked cylinder head…