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  • A Presentation Of Emmy Award Show 2016

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    Emmy Award Show Report There were gorgeous and amazing dresses in Emmy Award Show 2016. Among many beautiful dresses by talented designers, I chose five best dresses of the female stars and two best tuxedos of the male stars. I chose those dresses not only because the dresses were beautiful themselves, but also because the dresses looked fantastic on the stars with perfect colors and moods. First female star was Michelle Dockery. She wore white and black dress by Oscar de la Renta. It was ankle

  • Tips And Tricks Of The Dance Ballet

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    5 Tips and Tricks to have a Perfectly Sculptured Feminine Form Since the beginning of time, men and women have been obsessed with the perfect feminine form. Man’s obsession is particularly noteworthy as men have been known to use the feminine form as a source of artistic inspiration, a muse of some sort. Sculptures of perfectly curved women, ancient as they may be, are the inspiration of the latest beauty trend: body sculpting. Body sculpting can mean any number of things, but it most commonly refers

  • Belly Fat Research Paper

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    Risks of belly fat Belly fat, or abdominal obesity, is one of the causes of the disorder known as metabolic syndrome. Belly fat lies deep inside the abdomen, surrounding essential organs such as the heart, liver, kidneys, pancreas, and other organs. This may lead to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, colorectal cancer, sleep apnea, gout, back problems, blood clots in the legs, osteoarthritis, skin conditions, psychological problems, and premature death. In women, belly fat is

  • Ann Chery Research Paper

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    Ann Chery Women's Latex Girdle Body Shaper - Constructed of 87% poliamide and 13% spandex this garment can reduce the waistline by up to three sizes, nearly instantaneously as this latex band boasts Flexiboning support, which assists in postural support as well as waist training benefits. Shoulder straps aid in support and keeping garment securely affixed in place. Thermal effects aid in shaping with a supportive underbust for additional shape enhancing effects. The high back helps to hide unwanted

  • Essay On Fat-Tax Law

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    the maximum waistline size for anyone age 40 and over: 90 centimeters (35.5 inches) for men and 85 centimeters (33.4 inches ) for women. If one surpasses these limits they must be remeasured in 6 months and given a warning. But, the person does not pass a second time, they must pay a higher premium on their provincial health care. Once they pass the measurement test, the y will be able to pay a lower premium. Mr. Big is 56 years old and 50lbs overweight, and he failed the waistline test. For six

  • Graduation Speech : School Dress Codes

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    Dear American Education System, School dress codes. The very thing students hate dealing with at school, but yet it is the most enforced school policies. Everyone has a very solid idea about what students should and should not be aloud to wear to school. They have opinions on what is too short, what is too long, what is too tight, and what is too loose. A student could be sent home for breaking the dress code in turn missing out on important lessons and information they need to know in order to

  • Controlling High Blood Pressure

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    step in controlling blood pressure is controlling the weight and waistline. People who are obese have an exponentially higher risk of having high blood pressure than those who have a healthy weight. Studies have found that every 10 pounds that is lost can make significant improvements in a person's blood pressure. For men, the general rule is that the waistline should not be more than 40

  • Trends in Nursing Education

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    Q1. In your practice area, what trends do you anticipate influencing curriculum content and structure in the next decade? Preventative medicine will be increasingly important in shaping the curriculum of future students in the field of healthcare. Increasingly, the medical community is becoming aware that lifestyle-related illnesses are taking a particular toll upon the health of the nation. As the obesity rates climb, the rates of heart disease, type II diabetes, and other complaints which are

  • The Four Elements Of Fashion

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    Clothes are one of the three basic human needs of life; They are worn to protect humans from the elements. Not only are garments used just for protection they are also used to cover specific areas of the body for many reasons. Garments are worn by people either as a statement to show off one's personality, status, or lifestyle, or for work purposes. Every person has their own specific style based off of their personalities, but when it comes down to dressing does everyone know how to use the elements

  • Prostate Cancer In Men Essay

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    cancer, a new study suggests. A survey of 140,000 men in eight European countries showed that 10 cm more in abdominal circumference would increase the chances of developing cancer by 13 percent. The largest group at risk, however, was men with a waistline greater than 94 cm, according to the Oxford University study in England. Prostate cancer is the most common in men. The study, which was presented at the European Obesity Summit in Gothenburg, Sweden, examined the association between 50-year-old