• Consumer Health Prescription Drug
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    Is Consumer Health and Safety in Jeopardy With the implementation of Self-Prescription Drug Internet Sites Amanda C. Feigner GUS 72-001: Urban Affairs-Consumers In the Marketplace: Your Legal Rights and Responsibilities. Prof. John E. Kelly, J. D. April 17, 2000 The expeditious augmentation of consumer product transactions taking place on the Internet have developed new risk for the public's health and safety, especially with the rise of online self-prescription drug sites. Online Pharmacies ha...
  • Vitamin C April 2000
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    Over the past few years, vitamin c has been a topic of controversy. There have been studies stating that vitamin c can help prevent many various health problems including cancer and other life threatening diseases. The major researcher and name associated with this side of the research is Dr. Linus Pauling. However, there have recently been some studies that refute Pauling s findings. These studies state that vitamin c has now been thought to have a negative effect on the body. However, the maj...
  • July 2000 Emulator Arcade Beta
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    Acorn Archimedes 52 22 June 2000 Amiga 808 30 Sept 2000 Amiga CD 32 / CDTV (Home page) 49 6 Nov 2000 Amiga Demo 0. 1 500 6 Nov 2000 Amstrad Carts 13 17 April 2000 Amstrad Disk 2593 17 April 2000 Amstrad tapes 5 17 April 2000 Apple II 1890 9 June 2000 Apple II GS 385 17 April 2000 Atari 800 XL 795 30 April 2000 Coleco Adam digital data packs 22 31 July 2000 Coleco Adam disks 79 31 July 2000 Dragon 32 249 17 April 2000 Enterprise 111 13 July 2000 Mess 0. 37 beta 10 20001227 Logiqx 210 04 Jan 2001 ...
  • The Struggle For The California Condor
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    Lorin McNulty McNulty 1 Environmental Biology Biology Mid-Term 10 April 2000 THE STRUGGLE FOR THE CALIFORNIA CONDOR The natural environment of the modern world has been under siege for the better part of the past century. This has been due to many factors. The waste produced by an ever-expanding human population has tainted much of the natural resources available to both humans and animals alike. Efforts to curb this waste output and to more effectively dispose of the waste have failed in the ma...
  • Frank Zappa Rock Yahoo Online
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    Frank Zappa was an American singer, composer, arranger, guitarist, bandleader, and all around musician who was one of the greatest iconoclastic musicians of the 20 th Century. He also produced over 60 albums in 30 years. Some considered him to have demonstrated a mastery of pop idioms ranging from jazz to rock of every conceivable variety. As astute an entrepreneur as he was a musician, he was impatient with any division between popular and high art; he combined scatological humor with political...
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Ocd Web People
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    Quirky behavior or something more serious? Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or OCD affects nearly two to three percent of the U. S. population. OCD affects both males and females, but males start to show signs of OCD at an earlier age, between the ages of six and fifteen, while in females it tends to occur later. "Obsessive Compulsive Disorder." OCD." web (1 April 2000). A good example of OCD can be viewed in the movie "As Good As It Gets." In this movie, Jack Nicholson plays a character who uses a...
  • Wilderness Survival April 2000
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    Wilderness Survival. Human beings are born with numerous natural instincts; yet, none is as basic as the instinct of survival. Humans are born to live and consequently they are born with the ability to survive. If one can find food, shelter, and water then one can survive in the wilderness. However, should one find themselves lacking one of these four components, one will not survive unless the void is compensated. It is a simple fact that if one does not eat then one will not live. However, fi...
  • Genetic Engineering Right Or Wrong
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    Genetic Engineering. Right or Wrong Genetic engineering has been one of the most controversial ethical issues since 1997; when Dolly the first successfully cloned sheep was announced. Dolly has redefined the meaning of dentinal twin not only does she look exactly like her mother she also has the same genetic make up. This experiment was not only impossible but unthinkable. Yet, Dr. Ian Wilmut revealed Dolly on February 23, 1997, at seven months old (Travis 1). On the surface genetic engineering...
  • The Saga Of Elian Gonzalez
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    The Saga of Elian Gonzalez More and more people sail away from Cuba to the United States every year. The usual reason is to move from Fidel Castro and his rules, although many other reasons are obviously important enough for them to risk their lives; a reason like trying to escape from her ex-husband and landing with tragedy. A choice has to be made while dealing with all of the Cuban frustration: do I live or risk my life along with thirteen others? Among the heart wrenching events which happen...
  • Integrating Technology Aspect Of Leaders
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    The face of business has changed. Technology has taken over or enhanced traditional ways of communication such as face-to-face interaction and mail. It isn't necessary to wait 7 business days to hear a reply from a customer anymore. In fact, it could take less than 7 minutes through the use of a phone, email, or fax. The Board of Trustees can have a video conference when they are 6, 000 miles apart from each other. However, with the benefits of technology, has fundamentals such as leadership bee...
  • Polonius' Mistakes Shakespeare's Hamlet
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    Polonius' Mistakes There are many parents who are too strict and do not let their children do things that might embarrass them. Other times a parent may use their child to do certain things in order to gain social prestige. Polonius demonstrates a similar type of behavior in Shakespeare's Hamlet. Polonius is "a domestic tyrant wreaking on his son and his daughter revenge for his own spoiled life" (Bloom 111) and "is an elderly and longwinded courtier and chief counselor" (Dominic 96) to the king...
  • Bipolar Disorder Depression Person Mania
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    INTRODUCTION What is Bipolar Disorder The word bipolar is defined as "relating to, associated with, or occurring in two polar regions 7. Bipolar disorder is a concept described as a mental illness in which a person experiences dramatic mood swings. This disorder affects one in every one hundred people. Bipolar disorder is the technical term for manic-depressive illness. The first known history of bipolar disorder was in 1922. Emil Kraepelin, director of the Research Institute of Psychiatry, deve...
  • Decline Of The Middle Class
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    Throughout the past century, the middle class has emerged as a vital part of the North American psyche. Even today, many people classify themselves as a part of the middle class, regardless of their actual income level. However, this perception is incorrect. In the past 20 years, the middle class has been declining, primarily as a result of past political interventions and job polarization throughout North America. The subject of middle class is very controversial, and depending on how it is de...
  • Computers First Computer
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    Nicholas Sylvester Mr. Kat in CPI English April 23, 2000 Hobbies: Computers Computers have not been around for a long time; Ed Roberts invented the first Personal Computer in April of 1974. The first computer that Roberts invented was the Altair 8800. It did not come with a monitor, keyboard, or a mouse and it was only programmable by the front panel switches. This was the first step as to what we know now; it brought the idea to other companies to develop smaller and faster computers. Today Mi...
  • The Power Of Trl
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    Within our generation music has become an essential part of our daily lives. Established favorites ranging from 2 PAC to Pearl Jam have touched the lives of many. But today we walk through the record stores seeing more and more new faces among the top ten artists. A wave of boy bands and blondes with beautiful faces are rising out of the woodwork and selling more albums than many established artists of the past. Their faces and voices flood our minds through the television and the radio as many...
  • Cd Burners Who Should Be Held Responsible
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    CD Burners Who Should Be Held Responsible In todays world many people are using CD burners to copy Compact Disks (CDs). The question is who should be held responsible, the companies that manufacture these devices or the people that use the devices to copy CDs of friends and family members. No matter how you look at it, it is digital piracy, which is illegal and goes under the copyright laws of the individuals that produced the music that is being downloaded. I think that the companies that manuf...
  • Analysis Of Beloved April 2000
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    The film Beloved, an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Toni Morrison of the same title, portrays the life of a slave and provides a realistic look at the horrors of slavery and the effect that it has on an African American that has lived through such an experience. Sethe, a former slave (played by Oprah Winfrey), lives in a house with, what remains of her four children, Denver (Kimberly Elise), her daughter. They are ostracized by their community for what at first seems to be bec...
  • Abortion Is One Medical Facts
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    Abortion is one of the most controversial issues in the United States today. One out of every three pregnancies never come to term because a woman has an abortion (Flanders 3). It is understood that a new individual human begin growing in the mother? s uterus at fertilization (? When Does Life Begin? ). The term abortion refers to any premature expulsion of a human fetus. Approximately 93 percent of all induced abortions are done for elective, non-medical reasons. In 1973, the Supreme Court hand...