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  • Many people especially teenagers are affected from HIV/AIDS. HIV is a worldwide epidemic, which

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    Many people especially teenagers are affected from HIV/AIDS. HIV is a worldwide epidemic, which can be given from unprotected sex to sharing needles. HIV is a virus that can kill people by gradually killing their own immune systems. Therefore, the virus can take over all around the victim's body. If someone is worried if they have HIV, it is important to go through diagnosis, treatments and prevention to HIV. Knowing how dangerous an epidemic like this is very important especially for someone who

  • M & M’s AIDS Treatment M & M's are the best chocolate that has been made, coated

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    M’s AIDS Treatment M & M's are the best chocolate that has been made, coated within a little shell, then colored and imprinted with the letter 'M'. No other chocolate can ever equal with the great tasting M & M's. While eating M & M’s candy by colors and certain time since last four days; it was a great experience in my life. Since last 4 days eating M & M’s candy based on I am thinking that if you know, you are now considered to have been diagnosed with AIDS; furthermore

  • The Rich Get Richer : Problems With Legal Aid

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    The Rich Get Richer: Problems with Legal Aid in the Canadian Justice System In a 2007 speech by Beverly McLachlin, the Supreme Court of Canada Chief of Justice, she stated that “access to justice promotes social stability” and also that “if people can’t get justice, they will have less respect for the law” (Eberts, 2013). By her words alone, the necessity and importance of legal aid is demonstrated. Socioeconomic status can put individuals at an unfair disadvantage in many aspects of life, especially

  • Essay The Effects of War and Peace on Foreign Aid

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    The Effects of War and Peace on Foreign Aid SOC 300 Submitted to: Prof. Bernard Curry Feb. 11, 2014 Submitted by: Roberto Tan III SU200096169 There so much said and written about foreign aid that it has become difficult to justify its effectiveness. But if we look at the overall picture in the eye of citizens of a developing country, an honest assessment might conclude that progress has been made. Though, profound social disparities and extreme poverty are still lurking in some

  • The Human Immunodeficiency Virus, Or Hiv, The Root Cause Of Aids Or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome?

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    Since its discovery in 1981, the scientific community has put up with the struggle of finding a vaccine for the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, the root cause of AIDS or acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Although numerous advancements in combating the virus have helped to reverse the epidemic, there is still no known cure. However, recent studies have shown some results that may possibly be the precursors to eradicate the disease. One example would be the trials of a possible vaccine conducted

  • Humanitarian Aid In Greg Mortenson's Stones Into Schools

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    Humanitarian aid has changed drastically over the past decades. It started out as a volunteer need, to shifting in becoming a career choice. At first, the United Nations was well recognized for providing humanitarian assistance but now non - governmental organizations (NGO’s) are playing a role. The humanitarian aid initial focus is to act to save lives, reduce the suffering of any situation, and to protect human dignity. Humanitarian aid exists because Humanitarian actors cannot stand down, knowing

  • Advantages Of Humanitarian Aid During Times Of War

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    Humanitarian Aid during Times of war: The Good and the Bad Humanitarian aid is care that is given to those that are victims of natural disasters or those that are located in places where war is occurring or has occurred. This care can include anything from food and water, to medical supplies and shelter, such as tents. A lot of people may not be aware of the problems that can arise as a result of humanitarian aid, since many only hear the positive outcomes of aid. There are both disadvantages and

  • Kool Aid : A Favorite Childhood Drink Of Mine

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    Kool-Aid is a favorite childhood drink of mine. One of the big things I think of when I hear the word “Kool-Aid” is the mascot, which is a giant pitcher of Kool-Aid called Kool-Aid Man. I remember seeing commercials of the mascot with children enjoying summer playing outside, then stopping for a refreshing beverage. I can remember coming home from school, getting the pitcher out of the fridge full of lemon flavored Kool-Aid. The target audience for this product is children and their families.

  • Financial Aid: Need or Merit?

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    acquiring aid to help with the cost can be hard to come by. Due to the recent drop in the economy, it is almost necessary to have a college degree to get a job. The rising cost and necessity of a college education has raised a debate on the eligibility of financial aid and who exactly should obtain the aid. The main focus in the financial aid debate is whether or not aid should be based on merit or need. A simple way to put this is should the student from lower income families receive aid because money

  • 2.0 Impacts of HIV/AIDS 2.1 Economic - Healthcare 2.1.1 Human Capital Good health is an element of

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    2.0 Impacts of HIV/AIDS 2.1 Economic - Healthcare 2.1.1 Human Capital Good health is an element of human capital and is an essential ingredient for a productive population. HIV/AIDS influences economic growth by dropping the accessibility of labor. Devoid of proper nutrition, health care and medication is available in developing countries, whereas a large number of people are falling victim to AIDS. 2.1.2 Increased Demand for Health Care People living with HIV/AIDS will not only be unable to work