The major cause of health discrepancies among people who live near major roads is traffic pollution. Traffic pollution is defined as the emission of aerosols from locomotives that in turn are inhaled by people living near major roadways (Ren et al, 2010). Research conducted focused on the difference in mortality rates of people diagnosed with… Continue reading The major cause of health discrepancies analysis
The Planet Mars Humanity for a long period speculated about any chance of life on planet Mars because of the closeness and resemblance to planet Earth. The search for proof of life started from 19th century and still goes on through telescopic analysis and landed missions (Scott, 2008). As much as early efforts were centered on… Continue reading Mars: Evolution, geology and exploration.
Describe and Assess the Economic Arguments for Government Intervention in the Health Care Sector, with Particular Reference to Public Health Introduction In the recent past, there have been contentious debates with regard to public health and the implications of the government policies in safeguarding the same. The specific areas of concern in this regard revolve… Continue reading Government Intervention in the Health Care Sector,
Deregulation for American Business The concept of business regulation gained much interest after the Global Financial Crisis. While some school of thought argues that the market should be self-regulation, those with opposing views call for objective market regulation to correct market failures. However, deregulation has some merits. Deregulation was a positive step for American Business… Continue reading Deregulation for American Business analysis
Dementia is a brain disorder that affects an individual’s thinking and reasoning capacity. Dementia involves a combination of many neurodegenerative diseases and conditions that affect daily activities as opposed to a single disease. It mainly affects neurons and cells in the cerebral cortex causing deterioration of function in the cortex (Alzheimer’s Association Web). Dementia… Continue reading Dementia, Pathophysiology and Etiology
Conceptually, deforestation is the is the removal of tree stands, which converts the land into other land uses or results into a bareness; for example, clearing of forestland to ranches, farms, or urban use (Durham & Painter, 1998). Similarly, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) considers deforestation as a massive clearing of the Earth’s forest,… Continue reading Causes of Deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon.
Definitions of dependable and undependable variables Dependent variables are variables that result with respect to what surrounds them and they represent the amount produced. Independent variables are variables that cause things to happen and represent the reason why things happen. In this problem, the amount gained in weekly rent is dependent on the size of… Continue reading Definitions of dependable and undependable variables
The concept of socioemotional wealth attempts to explain the role played by family emotions in managing and controlling their businesses. It asserts that emotional construct plays a key role in family business (Davis, 2001). Family businesses have strong emotional insinuation because they are a social group with long history and enduring memories. Socioemotional emotional concept… Continue reading socioemotional wealth of the Family Business
Conceived in Brazil on December 15, 1944, Chico Mendes experienced childhood in a group of elastic tappers (otherwise called seringueiros). Elastic tapping has been drilled by families in the Amazon for eras. It is a procedure whereby one innocuously concentrates sap from elastic trees, which is then utilized as a part of such items as… Continue reading Heroes In Hard Times; chico mendes