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    ASSIGNMENT 1: Family Health History  Paternal Grandfather : Overweight, High Blood Pressure  Paternal Grandmother: Overweight, High Blood Pressure  Paternal Aunt: Overweight, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes  Father: High Blood Pressure  Maternal Grandfather : health preson  Maternal Grandmother : Depression  Maternal Uncle: High Blood Pressure, stroke  Maternal Aunt : health person  Mother: Depression, Schizophrenia Brother: SELF: Depression, High

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    Family History: Tapestry

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    When we start researching, it seems like our family history will be a never-ending tapestry of people and events. New lineages spread out in all directions and exciting connections with history and with other families are discovered. The numbers of different lines of family which can be researched, and the diversity of their lives and experiences, seem to offer vast opportunities for storytelling. Gradually, we add new knots and threads to the tapestry to create pictures, sometimes vague and sometimes

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    college to further my education, the enrollment counselor told me I needed 6 credits of history. The first thought that popped into my mind was; “I do not need to learn anything else about history at this point in my life/career, I have learned all I needed to know about history in grade school and high school”. After multiple failed attempts at trying to convince my counselor why I should not have to take history, I realizing that there was no way around taking this course. As I began to read over

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    Polish Family History

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    Lauren Kubler Professor Johnson SOSC 101-10 4 December 2014 German and Polish Family History Family history is something most people do not know much about. This is unfortunate because some people do not or are unable to value their families past. Family history is important for many different reasons. It can be used to meet family members a person never knew about and for educational purpose. I was fortunate enough to have my grandparents still alive to tell me about their great-grandparents

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    Cultural Family History Research Essay – Assimilation of Ancestors Shaina Wood GS221 Professor Edmund Pries, Professor Bina Mehta Wilfrid Laurier University Sto lat, sto lat, Niech żyje, żyje nam. Sto lat, sto lat, Niech żyje, żyje nam, Jeszcze raz, jeszcze raz, Niech żyje, żyje nam, Niech żyje nam! As a child I heard this jumbled collection of words flying out of my family’s mouths in song, directly after the celebration jingle ‘Happy Birthday’. Other children would

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    important to study history so you can improve on your life and make better choices. We use history every day to make choices whether we realize it or not. From something as simple as slowing down on a certain stretch of road because you know that the area is frequented by police to finding a solution to a problem by thinking back from past experiences and knowing what works and what doesn’t work. History provides context of who you are as a person. Studying your own family history is a great way to

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    Family History Assignment The family history assignment was to enable us to gather information from a participant. Used the data collected to build a genogram going back three generation. To tell this families story by incorporating medical, spiritual, cultural, and ancestral history. Then to review the information and show areas that could be modified to decrease the risk of health problems. Family Members and Relationships Immediate family in this home include three generations. The participant

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    Family background and history (F): As I have mentioned previously, I grew up in a divorced family from a very young age. I lived with my mom, sister and grandma for about four years until my mom remarried and moved across the country. My sister and I then moved in with my dad for about six years until I left for college. I have moved a lot in my life and it has resulted in me feeling like I really do not have a home at all, just a series of houses that I’ve lived in for a few years at a time. I think

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    A history of the Gilpin Family in America From 1685 to 1810 (Change title) The Gilpin family, have been an integral part of American History since their arrival in 1695. The family, who arrived, as part of an initial large wave of Quakers in America, carved out a place in American, more specifically Quaker History. Coming to America, at the invitation of William Penn, and deeply embroiled in significant events in American History, the Gilpin 's were early founders of Pennsylvania. Their

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    Family Health History

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    Family health history is a vital component in assessing a patient, and it helps identify order at risk health problems the patient might have just from the information collected (Weber & Kelly, 2014). This information can be gathered on a routine visit to a primary care doctor. Even though studies have shown that collecting family health history can be challenging due to insufficient time to obtain, organize, and analyze the information (Guttmacher, Collins & Carmona, 2004). However, obtaining an

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