Subtitle B: Immediate Actions to Preserve and Expand Coverage (Michelle, 2011) SEC. 1101: IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO INSURANCE FOR UNINSURED INDIVIDUALS WITH A PREEXISTING CONDITION (Michelle, 2011) Effective Date The Act was established on 1st January 2014.  Exactly 90 days after the enactment of the Act, the Secretary was to establish a temporary insurance measure to
Ultrasound technology has become an essential discovery in the present, thanks in large part to its capacity to accurately predicting the sex of a fetus. However, when the technology was first proposed in the 18th century, few could have envisioned that it would such an important capability. Physiologist Lazzaro Spallanzani first suggested ultrasound when he
The Thyroid Gland The endocrine system consists of testicles, thyroid gland, pituitary gland, adrenal gland, pancreas, and ovary. The thyroid gland is placed in the neck and it makes hormones. Hormones made by the thyroid control how fast a person can do his/her activities, such as heartbeat. The pace at which the human body does
Abstract Many food processing factories are still wanting cleanliness and sanitation requirements. Inadequate sanitation may result in poor food quality and safety, which may subsequently result in losses, for instance, merchandise recall cost, legal responsibility expenditure, and market loss. As the existing international obligations support HACCP operations, it is vital that the food processing plants
The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) members can gain continuing education requirements and earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through their participation in the Professional Acknowledgement for Continuing Education (PACE) course (ASCLS 2014). This program serves as a quality assurance mechanism for the continuing education programs designed for clinical laboratory professionals. Members can easily
Abstract Beginning a few years back, there has been a notable revolution in the healthcare delivery systems in the United States. This revolution has occurred due to the changes that have engulfed the economy and eventually has had a great impact on the health care delivery systems that are available to the citizens. Before the
Ways in Which Health Education Specialists Can Stay Up To Date in the Field Statistics released by the U.S Department of Labor’s Bureau of Health Statistics 2008 Census show that the number of health educators (SOC Code 21-1091) in the United States was more than 66,200 (Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) 1). SOPHE states
Lazarus and Folkman proposed a model that stresses the transactional characteristics of stress. Based on their model, a transaction occurs between an individual and the setting. Stress is a result of an imbalance between demands and resources (Oxington, 2005, P. 54).  Therefore, individuals get stressed when their demands exceed their resources (individuals’ ability to cope
In the film ‘A Beautiful Mind,’ John Nash experiences schizophrenia. It is evident through his delusional experiences as he believes that he had a roommate at Princeton University. He also presumes that he is working for a U.S. security team to recover nuclear weapons from Russians. John experienced disorganized speeches and reduced participation in his
The article “CDC quietly revises coronavirus guidance to downplay the importance of testing asymptomatic people” by Will Feur, published on CNBC on 26 August 2020, addresses the revised Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to curb transmission of SARS-COV-2. According to the article, the basis or legitimacy of the guideline is doubtful and