Legal medications have no risks or side effects when used properly.
That is incorrect. All medications have side effects. They effect people in different ways. There are no guarantees when using medications..that’s why when you are given the medications they are given with instructions and side effects.
EVERY SINGLE MEDICATION HAS A SIDE EFFECT! maybe not to you but others. doesn't matter if used properly people react differently.
How can you heal your mind?Think about what you're thinking about and focus on positive things Slow down and do something that makes you happy O Share your thoughts with someone else and process through them Let things go that are taking up space in your head and heart All of the above
All of the above
Everyone has their own problems and sometimes feels restless because of them. What's important is that we do not let them overwhelm us for a long time.
When we feel that our mind needs healing, we should think about what we're thinking about and try observing things objectively. Sometimes problems may seem way more serious than they actually are.
We should focus on positive things instead of constantly thinking about negative things.
Sometimes it may seem like there is no time for a break or activities that make us happy. Even if we have many responsibilities, when we are overwhelmed, we should take a break and do something for ourselves.
If you are stressed out and have issues you need to talk about, talk about them with someone close to you. Sharing can help a lot.
Letting things that are taking up space in your head and heart go is also important. Sometimes we may be thinking too much about things we can't really change. We shouldn't waste our energy on them, but use it to heal and then focus on things we can actually do something about.
Maturity is something that you work to develop within. True or False
Your answer will be true. Maturity is determined usually when a person is responsible, and also their attitude plays in big role. Maturity=full development/perfected condition
Its true! You grow through out life and mature
Contentious BonesA Case Study on the Skeletal System WH Cliff and AW Wright Your 80 year-old great aunt, Persis, was placing a canning jar on the top shelf of her pantry when she stepped awkwardly off the stool and twisted her leg at the hip. She felt a sharp pain in her hip and, after collapsing to the floor, found she could no longer stand. She was taken to the emergency room where an X ray showed that the neck of her femur was fractured. More detailed X ray images revealed reduced bone mass in the head and neck regions of the injured femur, in the ends of other long bones of the body and in the vertebrae. Surgery was necessary to repair the fractured femur and a biopsy of the bone tissue indicated that the composition of the osteoid was normal. Healing of the fractured femur is proceeding slowly. 1. What organ(s) is(are) involved? 2. What primary tissue type is involved? 3. What specific type of tissue is affected? Trabeculae tissue 4. What specific types of cells produce the normal microanatomy of the tissue? 5a. What is the significance of your great aunt's age and gender?
The condition is the disorder due to osteoporosis.
1. The skeletal system is the organs that is involved.
2. bone tissue or spongy tissue is the primary tissue.
3. cancellous tissue or Trabeculae tissue the specific tissue that is involved in this case. the trabeculae tissues are thin and are disconnected from each other that makes it thin and porous
4. osteocytes and osteoclasts
5. the age of grand aunt as progresses there is increase in resorptive activity and menopauseleads to low estrogen levels auses low bone density
Biology - Understanding the impact of age and gender on bone health.
1. The organ involved in this case is the skeletal system, specifically the bones.
2. The primary tissue type involved is connective tissue.
3. The specific type of tissue affected is the trabecular bone tissue.
4. The specific types of cells that produce the normal microanatomy of trabecular bone tissue are osteoblasts, osteocytes, and osteoclasts.
5. The significance of your great aunt's age and gender is that as she ages, the density and strength of her bones decrease, making them more prone to fractures.