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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Loss Of The Soccer Team

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    “We have plummeted to rock bottom,” fumed our soccer coach. Rock bottom. The words alluded to a record of disappointment, a voice of inadequacy, and a future of uncertainty. We invested a grueling preseason just to lose every single game in the tournament. Despite the blood stained socks, bruised shins, and sweat drenched hair in addition to our aching muscles from yesterday’s arduous games, we still could not produce a single win. On the five-hour long drive back to New Jersey after a disappointing

  • Descriptive Essay About Gymnastics

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    The gym was my home. I spent more time with my teammates than I did my family. I spent more time in myteam room strewn with ankle weights and uneven bar grips than I did my own bedroom. I spent more time visualizing every detail of my routines before competitions than I did studying before tests in school. Gymnastics was my passion. It was the only sport I’d ever known and loved. From 2 years of age, no matter how much every other aspect of my life changed, gymnastics was my constant. The bumps and

  • William Blake Narrative

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    Courage: Blake On January 1st, 2017, a gang held an alleyway waiting for people to come through so they and take their money. The alley was very dark. People came through the alley at nights and trashed the alley, cracking windows, leaving cigarettes on the dirty spray-painted ground littered with sharp shards of glass from a broken window. Their leader, Kole Blazer, was there in the rooftops, waiting for someone to come through, when he saw someone betray his gang: Mike Blazer, his brother. Kole

  • Myalgia Research Paper

    460 Words  | 2 Pages

    Myalgia or muscle discomfort is incredibly common for beginner athletes and people who work out with heavy equipment, due to the fact the most widespread causes for the condition is overuse or over-stretching of muscles. Muscle pains can cause severe discomfort and are typically the reason why people lose the determination to work out or even do anything beyond moderate physical activity. This is due to the fact that by the time you recover from myalgia, you'd have already lost that inital excitement

  • Myalgia Case Studies

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    This is an appeal to a previously denied request for C6-C7 interlaminar ESI. This is a 55-year-old female with a 3/25/2015 date of injury. A specific mechanism of injury has not been described. Diagnosis: Myalgia Cervical Radiculopathy 12/21/15 Progress Report noted that the patient has a history of pain in the neck and left arm. He is s/p C7-T1 interlaminar injection on 11/17/15. She reports some improvement post injection overall, but still some pain. Current medications: Gabapentin, Butalb/Acetaminophen/Caffeine

  • Overcoming Polio : Peg Kehret : Overcoming Polio

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    Peg Kehret: Overcoming Polio Peg Kehret, a victim of polio, was paralyzed from the neck down, but regained full movement of her limbs and learned to walk again within seven months. She was diagnosed with three different types of polio at the age of twelve (Kehret 27). Polio, a deadly disease, killed many until the vaccine was created in 1955 by Jonas Saulk. It is now eradicated in most countries, but still exists in Asia, India, sub-Saharan Africa, and multiple republics of the country previously

  • A Summary Of I-Charge

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    RESULTS The safety and tolerability of i-Charge are shown in Table.1. i-Charge is seen to be safe and tolerable. None of the subjects complained about erythema, oedema, vomiting, pruritic, urticaria, burning micturition, hypopigmentation and hyperpigmentation. I-Charge was observed to be safe from baseline till the end of the study. Characteristics of treatment in both trial and placebo groups are described in Table.2 with the level of compliance and the medication regime during the study period

  • Medical Case Study: Dr. Sanchez's Case

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    Dr. Sanchez refers this 30-year-old, RH, active duty Coast Guard male for evaluation of myalgias. He states he was doing well until 03/2017. Around that time he started noting achiness in his muscles in his upper and lower extremities and felt the joints were involved to a certain degree. He recalls that when he was on the Coast Guard ship, he had trouble getting out of his bunk-type bed. He was feeling weak overall. He denied any fevers. The patient had been on Lipitor at that time for almost two

  • What is Hyperlipidemia?

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    Introduction Hyperlipidemia is the abnormal elevation of any lipoproteins present in the blood. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors (statins) are commonly used for the treatment of hyperlipidemia, specifically lowering the levels of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) levels. As with most classes of medications, there are many potential side effects. A less common but serious side effect of statins is myopathy. Myopathy is a dose-related side effect that causes skeletal muscle weakness, aching, cramping, pain

  • Acute Q Fever Research Paper

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    The clinical manifestation of disease in animals, stillbirth or delivery of weak lambs, calves or kids, are the most frequent clinical signs of the disease. The abortion occurs at the end of gestation without specific clinical signs and pathognomic pathological findings, the intercotyledonary fibrous thickening and discolored exudates, may observed (Shakespeare, 2009). The vast majority of the overt disease cases are acute Q fever with incubation period last a few days to several weeks, The vast