Research Papers on Health Issues

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  • How Breast Cancer Effects Women

    This 7 page paper gives an overview of the psychological effects of breast cancer on women. This paper includes effects before and after treatment. Bibliography list 7 sources.

  • African American Children, AIDS, and HIV

    In twelve pages this paper examines African American children in terms of the effects of AIDS and the HIV virus. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Insurance Companies Should Cover Contraception

    This 8 page paper begins by looking at available methods of birth control and explores insurance plans. It is argued that private insurance should cover birth control. Various issues are explored in this context inclusive of population growth. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Abortion Impact of Privacy and Natural Rights Argument

    In ten pages this paper examines abortion, abortion law, and privacy issues in a consideration of the natural rights argument. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Pro Choice or Pro Life in the Abortion Controversy

    In this paper containing five pages both sides of this emotional and complex issue are explored along with the ethical arguments justifying each. There are five bibliographic sources cited.

  • Bone Density And Dieting: Professional

    4 pages in length. The extent to which a low-calorie approach to dieting equates to decreased bone mineral density (BMD) is both grand and far-reaching; that teenage and young adult women represent eighty percent of the total population experiencing bone mass loss speaks to a cultural indoctrination of distorted body image. Two categories in particular depict a preponderance of females who engage in a low-calorie diet and have a greater rate of bone mass reduction: athletes and eating disorder sufferers. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

  • Bone Density And Dieting: Consumers

    3 pages in length. Slick weight loss advertisements have people believing that a quick fix is better than a slow and steady success; far too few encourage regular exercise with speedy caloric reduction, which ultimately places the dieter at great risk for the loss of bone density. According to a study done in 2005 and published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, people who seek weight loss by calorie reduction alone have been found to lose bone density as compared with those who ate a balanced diet and exercised away the weight. What this clearly illustrates is how the properties of calories go much further than creating energy and putting on the pounds; rather, they are instrumental in maintaining bone stability that helps to ward of osteoarthritis. Bibliography lists 14 sources.

  • Depression In Elderly Women

    15 pages in length. Depression is an equal opportunity offender that spares no one from its life-stealing symptoms; significantly more than just a blue mood, depression is one of the most prevalent mental health issues plaguing contemporary society. For some, escaping the grips of depression is all but impossible due to its genetic disposition; for others, environmental and/or psychosocial problems lend themselves to the onset and sometimes persistent state of depression. Elderly women are no exception and in fact are a large percentage of those afflicted with depression due to a number of causes associated with health, emotions and loss of independence. Bibliography lists 19 sources.

  • Breast Implants and Dow Corning

    In five pages silicone gel usage in breast implants are exmined within the context of Dow Corning. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Dangers of Breast Implants

    In ten pages the dangers of silicone and saline breast implants are compared and discussed. There are more than ten sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Abortion Yes No or Maybe

    This paper explores the three opinions surrounding the abortion controversy. Those that support a woman’s right to seek an abortion often clash with those that believe abortion is synonymous with murder. The third camp of opinion is comprised of those that feel some circumstances but not others justify abortion. There are five sources in this 5 page paper.

  • Eating Disorders in Women

    This 11 page paper examines eating disorders in women. The writer compares two common disorders, bulimia and anorexia nervosa, as well as their causes, treatment and prevention. The writer also provides case studies and statistics. There are 17 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Women And Depression

    7 pages in length. When the body/mind connection is placed in such a position of compromise as is the case during the natural occurrence of giving birth, there are times when the woman's emotional capacity during such tremendous hormonal change is compromised and she slips into postpartum depression. Unfortunately, the symptoms of insomnia, mood swings, fatigue and body weight changes are commonplace for women to experience after birth, which causes myriad women to go undiagnosed when they are in the throes of postpartum depression. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Murder and Postpartum Depression

    In seven pages this paper argues that postpartum depression is not a justification for mothers murdering their babies. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Views on Abortion

    A 5 page essay that contrasts and compares 2 essays on abortion, Don Marquis's "Why Abortion Is Immoral" and Mary Anne Warren's "The Moral Significance of Birth." The writer outlines the parameters and main points of both essays and concludes that Warren offers the most realistic real-world view. No additional sources cited.

  • Plastic Surgery, Footbinding, and Violence Targeting Women

    In six pages this paper discusses plastic surgery and footbinding practice in this overview of violence directed towards women. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Does PMS Actually Exist?

    In five pages this paper examines whether or not Premenstrual Syndrome is a social construct or is an actual occurrence and offers evidence that it is indeed real and attributed to physiological and hormonal changes within a woman's body. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

 

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