WHAT IS DIABETES? Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases in which the person has high blood glucose (blood sugar) either because insulin production is inadequate or because the body cells don’t respond properly to insulin or both, there are three types of diabetes, type 1 is when the body doesn’t produce insulin some people usually refer to this type as insulin dependent diabetes, juvenile diabetes or early onset diabetes, type 1 teenage years, people with type 1 diabetes will have to take insulin injections for the rest of their life. Type 2 diabetes is when the body doesn’t react to insulin, some people may be able to control their type 2 diabetes by losing weight ,healthy dieting ,exercise and monitoring their blood sugar levels, type 2 is a typically and progressive disease that gradually gets worse, overweight and obese people have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes because it cause the body to release chemicals that can destabilize the body cardiovascular and metabolic system, this develop in older people and those that have close relatives who have this disease or middle eastern Africans or south Asian decent also have higher risk or developing this disease. Gestational diabetes affective in woman during pregnancy, some woman have very high levels of sugar glucose in their blood as their bodies are unable to produce enough insulin to transport all the glucose into cells resulting in rising levels of glucose, these patients can control their diabetes with
What is Happiness?
Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” Ask yourself that question. What is happiness? Is happiness having the most money in the world? Is happiness having the most expensive designer clothes and latest fashions? Is happiness having a car for every day of the week and a house for every season of the year? Or is attaining happiness as simple as waking up in the morning with a roof over your head? Is it
sad facial expression and her opinion of the veil with items around her. There being many ways to show advertisement and in this case the little things count, just from that picture you would consider she is unsure what the veil is actually for and find out things she relate the veil with. Persuasive advertisement happens so much that we barely realize it; just like in one of the scenes from Satrapi’s graphic novel her mother was demonstration and didn’t realize she was making a difference until
12 Drowning in a sea of expectation.
13 I can no longer be afraid of you
14 Future, I will pass you for I have to.
We decided as a group to go with the form of Shakespearean sonnet. This style of sonnet, to us, is much simpler, with its “ababcdcdefefgg” rhyme scheme. The division of stanzas also fit well with our idea of the theme of the poem. At first we worried about what our sonnet would be about because it seemed like we had nothing in common. After a few minutes of
me piggy back style.
“Where are we?”
“The future” said josh calmly
“No seriously where are we”
“I’m serious the future “, he said
“How did we get here?”
“I don’t know I think it was those paintings” said josh
“You mean holographics”
“Yeah those” he said with a chuckle
“I don’t know I don’t think he made it” josh said
“I think his back at the waterfall” he said looking back at her
“This is amazing isn’t it?”
“Yes it is” Josh said
As we looked around, we saw taxis and
years, he went back “to stay with Mother though I haven’t been invited to stay” (9). It seemed, as the story progresses, that the narrator wants to understand her mother’s past so he can also understand his own origins. So, he tried to ask questions from his mother who “never deliberately explained to me her past, but I learned anyway” (23). She told him “over and over again of her encounter with the creature [a soucouyant]” (136). A soucouyant according to what is written in the back cover of
What is Philosophy?
Philosophy is a wider vision of life which everyone has different point of views, it’s also based on rational arguments and appeal to facts; it questions everything around you and seeks for the truth. During time many philosophers like Socrates, John Locke and Bertrand Russell have different point of views of what philosophy is.
According to Socrates “the unexamined life is not worth living” meaning that why are we here? What is life? Is death a good or bad thing
because most of the leaders in the country have been strict and Muslim. The author of the book tries to communicate this idea by putting the narrative in the perspective of 2 different women. Each of the women Hosseini describes have had very different upbringings that ended up in the same position. Mariam, on one hand is written to show how some women, regardless of what government Afghanistan was under, have had nothing. Mariam was unfairly put in a situation in which she was practically being
Let’s look at the side view first and see if you all can help me name the parts.
Let's start with the outside parts ...#'s 4 and 7. Can anybody tell me what they're called?
That's right, #4 is the penis. Everybody fill that in on your worksheet. Check your spelling
against the blackboard. And so forth
4. Repeat activities #2 and 3, above, describing the female reproductive system on
the screen or whiteboard and reinforcing it using Reproductive System Worksheet
What is true happiness? And who really knows what this “true happiness is”? Many
people have a different view on this question, some might say that love and family bring them true happiness, while others may say that a fancy house and a dozen diamond rings are what make them happy. In today’s society, we see more and more people fall under the “money makes you happy” way of thinking. By having big houses, closet full of clothing, nice car to drive and an abundance of money-we should be
Chapter 1: What is Philosophy?
Philosophy is a word that is a different definition to each person. Philosophy to me is trying to understand the perspective of your own life, and others.
The Greek philosopher Aristotle asserted that philosophy begins in wonder, I agree with his statement. As I was reading this chapter, I had to take a break because there was a conflict occurring in my house. I was wondering what made my parents want to date, want to marry, and eventually want to
through my mind. I did not take care of him that night. I picked up the phone urgently, calling the first number I saw. As it rang, I hoped for the best but what I heard next is what I dreaded the most. “Hi, this is Baptist Emergency Center, how may I help you?” the lady said kindly. My heart sunk, my body went numb. I was in complete shock; I could not move or answer the woman on the phone. I could not find any words to say. I dropped my phone, ran to my car, and drove off to the hospital