WHAT CANCER CANNOT DO
Cancer is so limited that:
It cannot cripple love
It cannot shatter hope
It cannot corrode faith
It cannot destroy peace
It cannot kill friendship
It cannot suppress memories
It cannot silence courage
It cannot invade the soul
It cannot steal eternal life
It cannot conquer the spirit
HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED WHY
Have you ever wondered why it was her and not me
The girl who was nice, was good, was sweet
The one who would honour, forgive and forget
Why her and not me, she is such a delight
Her suffering and pain, her fear and her doubts
Why her and not me, she doesn't deserve pain
Her beauty and grace, her compassion and joy
why her and not me, life is so.................why?"
CHERISH EVERY MOMENT
Life is too short
Don't waste a minute
Enjoy each day
And everyone in it
Tomorrow will come
It could be your last
Make the most of today
Life passes too fast.
All at once my world came crashing down,
And no one can understand... Why I often wear a frown!
Diagnosed with ""cancer"" were the hardest words recieved, Who actually would of thought?
Who actually believes? Believes in my recovery... believes I'll make it through I'm often left in wonder, is this nightmare really true? You can bet that no matter how bad it is... Someone always has it worse!! Although this thing called ""cancer" Is nothing but a CURSE."
I'm daddy's girl this I know
When we see each other our faces glow
Daddy is sick now with cancer we know
I feel his fear as the cancer grows
I'm not ready for my daddy to go
but mom is waiting in heaven as we know
The time is coming that we will have to part
There will be tears and pain but he will live forever in my heart"
Its Magic & Its Free
Its not in a prescription
Its not in a...
...CancerCancer is a generic term for a large group of diseases that can affect any part of the body. One defining feature of cancer is the rapid creation of abnormal cells that grow beyond their usual boundaries, and which can then invade adjoining parts of the body and spread to other organs. This process is referred to as metastasis. Metastases are the major cause of death from cancer.
Cancers figure among the leading causes of death worldwide, accounting for 8.2 million deaths in 2012 .
Lung, liver, stomach, colorectal and breast cancers cause the most cancer deaths each year.
The most frequent types of cancer differ between men and women.
About 30% of cancer deaths are due to the five leading behavioral and dietary risks: high body mass index, low fruit and vegetable intake, lack of physical activity, tobacco use, alcohol use.
Tobacco use is the most important risk factor for cancer causing over 20% of global cancer deaths and about 70% of global lung cancer deaths.
It is expected that annual cancer cases will rise from 14 million in 2012 to 22 within the next two decades.
Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for 8.2 million deaths in 2012. The main types of cancer are:
lung (1.59 million deaths)
Cancer is one word that no one wants to hear. It can bring a lot of fear and confusion toward many families who have a member death of cancer. Usually, it is more happen in adults, but that was few cases, cancer has also been diagnosed in children too.
Cancer is simply a disease of the cells in which bad cells multiply themselves and grow into tumors and even affect all other body organs. There are many types ofcancer, but cancer is a huge issue everywhere in the world today. It is also very technical which mean it is not easy to understand even though there are great advancements in cancer management. There is still a lot of research going on with cancer to find out more about it.
There are millions of people worldwide who are living with cancer or have had cancer. According to estimates, around half of all American men and one third of all American women will develop cancer during their lifetimes. A healthy lifestyle with regular physical activity, healthy diet, maintenance of healthy weight and staying away from tobacco, sun exposure and other known cancer causing substances can help reduce the risk of getting cancers.
Some cancers also have effective screening tests. This helps in detection of common cancers as early as possible. Early...
...artificial sweeteners such as aspartame and saccharin work biologically. Why are they so much sweeter than natural sugars? Research the history of their development and investigate how many types are available at a local grocery store. What type of products do you find artificial sweeteners in? Are there natural substitutes that do the same jab as artificial sweeteners? Name some.
Your report must include:
--A detailed summary of the structures and functions of various types of carbohydrates discussed in class
- An explanation of the difference between the structure of regular sugar and artificial sweeteners
- A summary of your findings on…..
Why are artificial sweeteners so much sweeter than natural sugars?
The history of the development of artificial sweeteners
How many are available at a local grocery store?
What type of products do you find artificial sweeteners in?
Are there natural substitutes that do the same jab as artificial sweeteners? Name some.
NOTE: these must not be based on your own opinion but based on research; at least two reference sources are needed.
Format of the report:
Here is the required format: Font size 12, Times New Roman, 1.5” spacing, maximum 2 pages (not including the reference page).
Do not include a title page, instead attach the rubric to the front of your report.
For this assignment, please use the internet...
2. Whatdo we want to learn?
What are the key concepts (form, function, causation, change, connection, perspective, responsibility, reflection) to be emphasized within this inquiry Key concepts:
Form, responsibility, connection
What lines of inquiry will define the scope of the inquiry into the central idea? What teacher questions/provocations will drive these inquiries? Lines of inquiry
Characteristics that develop healthy friendships Form How friends are made and kept Responsibility Why friends are needed Connection
Characteristics that develop healthy friendships
teacher shows 2 photograph of her friends and tells them they are her friends. Ask if children have friends? What is nice about having friends? Why is it good to be friendly to others? ● How friends are made and kept. How do we make friends? ( Places where you meet your friends building, bus, communication ) Activity – Circle time – introduce yourself (hello, my name is _____). ● Why friends are needed?
Whatdo friends do for you?
Provocation Simulated situation Playing alone in the playroom, discussions to follow.
What if you don’t have friends?
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CASE STUDY 3
Whatdo we do with Howard?
The story start with Howard Lineberry, he is a certified surveyor. He worked for Agrigreen Inc. as a lead surveyor, his job duty is to assist project engineer for survey activities and support project engineers on any means possible.
During his years at Agrigreen, a lot of personnel changes had been made. "Since he was hired, he had worked for four different supervisors."(What) First supervisor was Jerry Givens, he was a very precise person and wanted everything done according to schedule. After Givens was retired, Paul Jackson was his second supervisor. "Unlike Givens, Jackson expected Lineberry to plan his day based on the work that needed to be done and to go ahead and do it."(What) Under Jackson's supervision, Howard made a "considerably big mistake and cost the company time and money to fix the error he had made, after that incident, people started to treat him differently, isolated him and called him lazy and disorganized."(What)
Because of the incident, Jackson decided to hired Dan Richards to assist Howard and double check his work. This gesture had made Howard distressed, and on top of all, Dan had often passed unpropitious comments on Howard in public.
A year after, Dan was transferred and Mel Cutler stepped in and took Dan's position. Mel Cutler had been...
... 1What do I do now?
I remember it as if it was yesterday; my first college application, something that I had been waiting for my whole life. I worked so hard in school and pushed myself in order to be able to get accepted into a University. Throughout my whole body I felt goose bumps, I do not know why I was feeling this way. Maybe it was because I was scared that I would not get accepted in any University, and that would mean everything I had been working for would go down the drain. I knew I had someone who would always support me, my mother. She was and always will be there for me no matter what. As she stood behind me with her hands on my shoulders, she came down slowly and whispered into my ear, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”
“Whatdo you mean by that?” I asked her.
“The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are.” She replied.
I have never heard her say something so meaningful in my entire life until then, and I will forever take those words with me wherever I go.
“But what if I get stuck and I don’t know what to do?” I inquired.
“That’s why I’m here, to support you and help you with everything that causes you problems,” she answered with a smile on her face.
My troubles faded away, or so I thought. I submitted my...
WhatDo Nurses Really Do?
The University of Southern Mississippi College of Nursing
Over the years, the question of what nurses really do on a daily basis has confounded not only the general public, but also those who work in the healthcare field. However, one cannot attempt to explain what nurses do on a daily basis without first understandingwhat nursing is and why the healthcare field even exists. The field of nursing exists primarily to assist the physicians and to facilitate the recovery of ill, weak patients. Nurses exist to show each patient compassion, so the patient will feel welcome, and not like a burden onto others. It is the nurses’ obligation to possess the knowledge necessary to ensure and facilitate the patients’ health and healing process.
According to Suzanne Gordon (2006), “Nurses use their considerable knowledge to protect patients from the risks and consequences of illness, disability, and infirmity, as well as from the risks and consequences of the treatment of illness. They also protect patients from the risks that occur when illness and vulnerability make it difficult, impossible, or even lethal for patients to perform the activities of daily living” (p. 1). Gordon’s personal thoughts on what nurses do basically wraps the nurse’s duties into a nut-shell. Although her...