What are the takeaways of   the first part of Moving on up with our losing your

What are the takeaways of   the first part of Moving on up with our losing your way? Do you or someone you know identify as a striver? How did this challenge you? 
Discussion Board assignments require a written analysis, conclusions, and supportive evidence in response to questions asked.  An initial post of a minimum of 200 words. Moving Up W/o Losing Yourself (pages 1-43) 

Provide your answers to the following questions in a 2-page paper. Use APA Edito

Provide your answers to the following questions in a 2-page paper. Use APA Editorial Format for all citations and references used.
What should the “culture and environment of safety” look like when preparing and administering medications?
Discuss a common breach of medication administration.
Identify three (3) factors that lead to errors in documentation related to medication administration.
What can I do to prevent medication errors?

  So sánh Ecovacs Deebot T10 và Deebot T10 Turbo có gì khác biệt sẽ là yếu tố qu

 
So sánh Ecovacs Deebot T10 và Deebot T10 Turbo có gì khác biệt sẽ là yếu tố quan trọng, giúp người dùng dễ dàng hơn trong việc cân nhắc, chọn mua sản phẩm phù hợp nhất cho chính mình.
So sánh Robot hút bụi Ecovacs Deebot T10 và Deebot T10 Turbo giữa các yếu tố sẽ giúp người dùng thuận tiện hơn trong việc ra quyết định chọn mua sản phẩm tối ưu nhất cho nhu cầu của mình. Vậy, có những gì đáng cân nhắc gì đem 2 model này lên bàn cân? Hãy cùng đi tìm lời giải đáp chi tiết cho các vấn đề trên với bài so sánh dưới đây nhé!
So sánh Ecovacs Deebot T10 và Deebot T10 Turbo – Có gì đáng quan tâm?
Ở cả 2 model đều được tích hợp các tính năng thông minh, điển hình trong đó là công nghệ AIVI 3.0 hiện đại, cho phép robot có khả năng hiểu thấu ngôi nhà, giúp hiệu quả làm sạch được nâng tầm đáng kể. 
2 sản phẩm cũng tích hợp khả năng tránh chướng ngại vật linh hoạt, hạn chế tối đa tình trạng gián đoạn trong quá trình hoạt động của thiết bị. Thiết kế lau xoay kèm lực ép, đảm bảo làm sạch không gian triệt để hơn. 
Nói về sự khác biệt, có thể, T10 Turbo nổi bật hơn so với bản T10 đó chính là Dock sạc tự động được tích hợp trong bộ sản phẩm. Theo đó, khi Robot Ecovacs hết pin, thiết bị có thể tự động quay trở về Dock và nạp pin.
Bên cạnh đó, phần dock sạc còn có hộp chứa nước hai ngăn. Nhờ vậy, robot T10 Turbo có thể tự thực hiện giặt giẻ lau sau khi vận hành, dọn dẹp. Có thể xem công nghệ tiên tiến này đã giúp con người hoàn toàn không cần thực hiện bất kì thao tác nào khi đã sở hữu robot thông minh này.
Hiệu năng hoạt động của 2 model là tương đương nhau
Chọn mua sản phẩm này là tương xứng nhất cho nhu cầu?
Trên thực tế, như đã đề cập đến ở trên, 2 model này có sự tương đương về hiệu suất hoạt động, tính năng. Trong khi đó, giá tiền so sánh Ecovacs Deebot T10 và Deebot T10 Turbo có sự chênh lệch do Deebot T10 Turbo tích hợp thêm dock sạc thông minh, nâng tầm tiện ích hơn hẳn cho quá trình vận hành thiết bị.
Nếu tài chính dư dả và sẵn sàng chi thêm tiền phục vụ nhu cầu hoạt động của robot được thuận lợi, tối ưu hơn, bạn có thể lựa chọn Deebot T10 Turbo. Ngược lại, nêu cảm thấy dock sạc tích hợp kèm không thật sự cần thiết, model Ecovacs Deebot T10 vẫn là gợi ý đáp ứng tốt cho bạn.
Model T10 Turbo tích hợp thêm dock sạc thông minh, nâng tầm tiện ích hơn
Robot hút bụi có thể nói là một thiết bị vệ sinh gia dụng có khả năng tự động hóa tối ưu, hỗ trợ đáng kể trong công tác dọn dẹp nhà cửa một cách nhanh chóng mà không phải tốn quá nhiều công sức người dùng. Với thông tin so sánh Ecovacs Deebot T10 và Deebot T10 Turbo, hẳn người dùng đã có thể cân nhắc mẫu sản phẩm phù hợp nhất cho nhu cầu của mình. Để được tư vấn, hỗ trợ chi tiết hơn cũng như để được cập nhật Lưu ý khi mua robot hút bụi, model tối ưu nhất cho nhu cầu của bạn, đừng ngần ngại mà hãy liên hệ với chúng tôi ngay hôm nay!

Cultures idealizing thinness, pressure from peers to fit in, and constant images

Cultures idealizing thinness, pressure from peers to fit in, and constant images of bodily perfection shown by mass media, along with additional physiological and psychological factors, can combine to create the perfect storm for adolescents struggling with eating disorders. For this Assignment, choose one peer-reviewed research study about eating disorders that focuses on a minority group of adolescents. Consider connections between physiological development, adolescence, and eating disorders.
Submit a 2- to 4-page paper for which you articulate a position on eating disorders in adolescent girls from diverse racial and cultural experiences. Explain how the position is related to the biological and/or physiological development as well as psychological development of adolescent girls. Further, explain how such findings can inform evidence-based social work practice. Please use the Learning Resources and the research study you identified to support your answer.

DQ 2  1) T.A       e: Topic 5 DQ 2  Class, Many cancers are associated with the

DQ 2 
1) T.A       e: Topic 5 DQ 2 
Class,
Many cancers are associated with the same lifestyle choices such as, diet, exercise, alcohol consumption, and maintaining a proper body weight. Cancers such as esophageal, colon, breast, liver, ovarian, pancreas, and uterine all mention the importance of a healthy lifestyle to reduce your risk (Liebman, 2019). Maintaining a proper healthy weight has the ability to reduce the stress on your heart and give your body overall health. Exercise is a great way to reduce stress and providing the body with oxygen-rich blood supply, and means of keeping your body active. Eating healthy foods gives your body all the nutrition to build healthy cells and repair the body when injured or sick. It also allows the body to build a strong immune system to fight bacteria and illnesses when you do get sick. Choosing not to smoke and staying away from secondhand smoke can reduce your chances of heart damage, as well as lung damage. The carcinogens found in cigarettes are known to be deadly to the body. Limiting alcohol can reduce your risk of cancers as well. The damage to kidneys and liver can occur causing cirrhosis, cancers and even death. We cannot stop from aging, which is a factor for many cancers such as prostate, breast, colon, and esophageal, but we can make better choices on how we live. Being proactive in our health can prevent cancers or perhaps get early diagnosis, so we have a better chance of survival after diagnosis. Our environment we live in also plays a factor in getting cancer. Working in a mining industry, rubber manufacturing building, Agriculture and forestry careers, or those who are exposed to carcinogens such as formaldehyde, arsenic, or carbon monoxide. People who have higher exposure to the suns UV light are also at higher risk, such as pilots and lifeguards. 
Having a family history of some cancers cause family members to be at higher risk of being diagnosed, such as colon cancer, breast cancer, pancreas, and prostate cancers (Sarafino & Smith, 2017). There are also some people who are born with mutations of the genes. It is possible that a mutation of the gene can make that gene stop working, and cause cancer. Again, living a healthy lifestyle and having a relationship with a primary doctor can reduce your chances of cancer, or could increase your risk of survival if you do get cancer (Karavasiloglou, Pestoni, Wanner, Faeh, & Rohrmann, (2019). Those who were diagnosed with cancer and maintained a healthy weight, maintained an exercise regiment, and ate a well-balanced diet had a less chance of mortality over those who did not life a healthy lifestyle with cancer (Karavasiloglou, Pestoni, Wanner, Faeh, & Rohrmann, (2019). Even if your family has a history of cancer, there are many ways to prevent it. Avoid risky behaviors, get regular care from a physician, eat a well-balanced diet (reduce red meat intake), stay away from tobaccos, be active and maintain a healthy weight.
Tracy
References
Karavasiloglou, N., Pestoni, G., Wanner, M., Faeh, D., & Rohrmann, S. (2019). Healthy lifestyle is inversely associated with mortality in cancer survivors: Results from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III). PLoS ONE, 14(6), 1–11.https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0218048
LIEBMAN, B. (2019). HOW TO LOWER YOUR RISK OF CANCER. (cover story). Nutrition Action Health Letter, 46(3), 3–7.
Sarafino, E., & Smith, T. (2017). Health psychology: Biopsychosocial interactions (9thed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. ISBN-13: 9781119299486 http://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/wiley-and-sons/2016/health-psychology_biopsychosocial-interactions_9e.php
2)  T.E     Re: Topic 5 DQ 2 
Hello, Class.
Lifestyle or behavior choices associated with cancer include smoking, diet, obesity, and physical activity (Sarafino & Smith, 2017). Some lifestyle choices can cause stress, which can also play a role in the development and course of cancer (Sarafino & Smith, 2017). People can prevent some cancers by having a balanced, nutritional diet, keep a healthy weight, and exercise at three to four times a week (Sarafino & Smith, 2017). If someone is smoking, completely stopping can begin to show improvement in the lungs. There are people that consider themselves sun worshippers, but too much sun can cause skin cancer. The way to prevent this type of cancer is to limit exposure to the sun’s UV rays, use a sun block with a high SPF, wear a wide-brim hat, and if possible, long sleeves and pants.
References:
Sarafino, E., & Smith, T. (2017). Health psychology: Biopsychosocial interactions (9th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. ISBN-13: 9781119299486 http://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/wiley-and-sons/2016/health-psychology_biopsychosocial-interactions_9e.php
3)   S. B  Re: Topic 5 DQ 2 
Hi everyone!
Cancer is a disease of the cells defined as uncontrolled cell proliferation resulting in malignant neoplasm (Sarafino & Smith, 2017). There are different types of cancer as well as different stages. Some cancers can be caused by behavioral factors and in those cases can be prevented. This is where lifestyle playes a huge role in the development of cancer in the body. For examble, someone who smokes cigarettes has a predisposition to lung cancer. The likelyhood of a smoker developing cancer is much higher than someone who does not smoke. There are other lifestyle choices that come with a higher risk for cancer such as living in an enviornment that includes ultraviolet radiation, chemical hazards, poor diet, obesity, and little physical activity (Sarafino & Smith, 2017).  
-Shalala
Sarafino, E., & Smith, T. (2017). Health psychology: Biopsychosocial interactions (9th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. ISBN-13: 9781119299486 http://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/wiley-and-sons/2016/health-psychology_biopsychosocial-interactions_9e.php

DQ 2  1) T.A       e: Topic 5 DQ 2  Class, Many cancers are associated with the

DQ 2 
1) T.A       e: Topic 5 DQ 2 
Class,
Many cancers are associated with the same lifestyle choices such as, diet, exercise, alcohol consumption, and maintaining a proper body weight. Cancers such as esophageal, colon, breast, liver, ovarian, pancreas, and uterine all mention the importance of a healthy lifestyle to reduce your risk (Liebman, 2019). Maintaining a proper healthy weight has the ability to reduce the stress on your heart and give your body overall health. Exercise is a great way to reduce stress and providing the body with oxygen-rich blood supply, and means of keeping your body active. Eating healthy foods gives your body all the nutrition to build healthy cells and repair the body when injured or sick. It also allows the body to build a strong immune system to fight bacteria and illnesses when you do get sick. Choosing not to smoke and staying away from secondhand smoke can reduce your chances of heart damage, as well as lung damage. The carcinogens found in cigarettes are known to be deadly to the body. Limiting alcohol can reduce your risk of cancers as well. The damage to kidneys and liver can occur causing cirrhosis, cancers and even death. We cannot stop from aging, which is a factor for many cancers such as prostate, breast, colon, and esophageal, but we can make better choices on how we live. Being proactive in our health can prevent cancers or perhaps get early diagnosis, so we have a better chance of survival after diagnosis. Our environment we live in also plays a factor in getting cancer. Working in a mining industry, rubber manufacturing building, Agriculture and forestry careers, or those who are exposed to carcinogens such as formaldehyde, arsenic, or carbon monoxide. People who have higher exposure to the suns UV light are also at higher risk, such as pilots and lifeguards. 
Having a family history of some cancers cause family members to be at higher risk of being diagnosed, such as colon cancer, breast cancer, pancreas, and prostate cancers (Sarafino & Smith, 2017). There are also some people who are born with mutations of the genes. It is possible that a mutation of the gene can make that gene stop working, and cause cancer. Again, living a healthy lifestyle and having a relationship with a primary doctor can reduce your chances of cancer, or could increase your risk of survival if you do get cancer (Karavasiloglou, Pestoni, Wanner, Faeh, & Rohrmann, (2019). Those who were diagnosed with cancer and maintained a healthy weight, maintained an exercise regiment, and ate a well-balanced diet had a less chance of mortality over those who did not life a healthy lifestyle with cancer (Karavasiloglou, Pestoni, Wanner, Faeh, & Rohrmann, (2019). Even if your family has a history of cancer, there are many ways to prevent it. Avoid risky behaviors, get regular care from a physician, eat a well-balanced diet (reduce red meat intake), stay away from tobaccos, be active and maintain a healthy weight.
Tracy
References
Karavasiloglou, N., Pestoni, G., Wanner, M., Faeh, D., & Rohrmann, S. (2019). Healthy lifestyle is inversely associated with mortality in cancer survivors: Results from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III). PLoS ONE, 14(6), 1–11.https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0218048
LIEBMAN, B. (2019). HOW TO LOWER YOUR RISK OF CANCER. (cover story). Nutrition Action Health Letter, 46(3), 3–7.
Sarafino, E., & Smith, T. (2017). Health psychology: Biopsychosocial interactions (9thed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. ISBN-13: 9781119299486 http://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/wiley-and-sons/2016/health-psychology_biopsychosocial-interactions_9e.php
2)  T.E     Re: Topic 5 DQ 2 
Hello, Class.
Lifestyle or behavior choices associated with cancer include smoking, diet, obesity, and physical activity (Sarafino & Smith, 2017). Some lifestyle choices can cause stress, which can also play a role in the development and course of cancer (Sarafino & Smith, 2017). People can prevent some cancers by having a balanced, nutritional diet, keep a healthy weight, and exercise at three to four times a week (Sarafino & Smith, 2017). If someone is smoking, completely stopping can begin to show improvement in the lungs. There are people that consider themselves sun worshippers, but too much sun can cause skin cancer. The way to prevent this type of cancer is to limit exposure to the sun’s UV rays, use a sun block with a high SPF, wear a wide-brim hat, and if possible, long sleeves and pants.
References:
Sarafino, E., & Smith, T. (2017). Health psychology: Biopsychosocial interactions (9th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. ISBN-13: 9781119299486 http://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/wiley-and-sons/2016/health-psychology_biopsychosocial-interactions_9e.php
3)   S. B  Re: Topic 5 DQ 2 
Hi everyone!
Cancer is a disease of the cells defined as uncontrolled cell proliferation resulting in malignant neoplasm (Sarafino & Smith, 2017). There are different types of cancer as well as different stages. Some cancers can be caused by behavioral factors and in those cases can be prevented. This is where lifestyle playes a huge role in the development of cancer in the body. For examble, someone who smokes cigarettes has a predisposition to lung cancer. The likelyhood of a smoker developing cancer is much higher than someone who does not smoke. There are other lifestyle choices that come with a higher risk for cancer such as living in an enviornment that includes ultraviolet radiation, chemical hazards, poor diet, obesity, and little physical activity (Sarafino & Smith, 2017).  
-Shalala
Sarafino, E., & Smith, T. (2017). Health psychology: Biopsychosocial interactions (9th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. ISBN-13: 9781119299486 http://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/wiley-and-sons/2016/health-psychology_biopsychosocial-interactions_9e.php