Month: June 2019

Reflection Paper on Dyslexia

Dyslexia, a specific reading disability, affects a significant portion of the world’s population. Indeed, it is estimated to have affected about four to fifteen percent of the population (Skottun & Skoyles, 2006). This group of people who suffer because of congenital reasons and the people who love them who likewise suffer are the reasons why […]

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Eyes on the Prize

Set during the American times where there is more of brawling and chaos about people’s rights, “Eyes on the Prize” is a crucial documentary of the African-American movement for Civil Rights from the 1950’s to the1960’s. It was not just a mere historical documentary but had also been a reliable source of information about the […]

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Personality

Our personality largely determines how we relate to the other people in our lives and in the environment we live in. Who we are will affect how we go through the everyday interactions with the people that we encounter in our everyday life. Our values, traits and experiences affects our perception, therefore, it affects the […]

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Cloning and the Right to Life

Cloning has been a largely debated topic for a number of years now. It has been been identified under two branches which is therapeutic cloning and reproductive cloning. Both have faced many criticisms and have also shown that they both provide benefits. Nonetheless, one of the main aspects against cloning research is that it poses […]

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Marriage

Evaluating the content of the article, it discuses the status of marriage in the society in this modern period. It attempts to highlight the perceived effects of divorce (and other means to put the marriage into an end) on the significance and the value of marriage as far as the society is concerned which seem […]

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Second Chance: Three Presidents and the Crisis of American Superpower by Zbigniew Brzezinski

Zbigniew Brzezinski’s book Second Chance: Three Presidents and the Crisis of American Superpower is a fascinating exploration of how America attained the classification of being an international “superpower”—a country of superior technological and economical advancement—and how three presidents struggled to sustain this status during their terms. Brzezinski posits that the president is not just the […]

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Sleep Poll

The National Sleep Foundation conducted a poll or a national survey of adult Americans who work at least thirty hours a week regarding their sleeping habits and other matters related to it (National Sleep Foundation, 2008). It is also about the effect of working hours to their sleeping and waking functions, their performance in the […]

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Recent Developments in Medical Imaging

The emergence of imaging techniques replaced the use of radiography in diagnosing disease conditions of the kidney. The new diagnostic imaging techniques such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging MRI, Ultrasonography, and Computed Tomography (CT scan) has been increasingly used in kidney disease diagnosis due to it’s non- invasiveness. The morphological information provided by these modalities can […]

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Recent Physics Development

In 1687, English physicist Sir Isaac Newton published Principia, which hypothesizes the inverse-square law of universal gravitation. While Newton was able to formulate his law of gravity in his monumental work, he was deeply uncomfortable with the notion of “action at a distance” which his equations implied. He never, in his words, “assigned the cause […]

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Recent Business Decision

Individuals make decisions every time, for instance, what to wear, eat and so on. This personal decisions are usually easy to make and do not include much calculation. However, decision making in the organization can be tricky task because it is most times impossible to separate personal bias and individual subjective thoughts from professional tasks. […]

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