DEALING WITH A BIPOLAR EMPLOYER Nancy H. Shanks, Ph.D. Buchbinder, Sharon, Shanks, Nancy & Buchbinder, Dale. 2014. Cases in Health Care Management. Jones & Bartlett: Burlington, MA. Maggie has been a good employee at City University Medical Center. She’s held several different positions, but has switched jobs a couple of times. After deciding she needed
Aquaponic is a form of the food production system, which mixes ordinary aquafarming with cultivation of plants in water (hydroponics). In this farming, aquatic effluents that result from unconsumed feed usually accumulate in water creating toxicity to the aquatic life, but this effluent-rich water has vital nutrients that can support plant growth. The philosophy behind
Taste receptors differ from other neurons in that they regenerate very quickly within a week to 10 days. Adults fail to react strongly to the particular tastes as children do since they kill the taste receptors after consuming fast foods such as pizzas. Conventionally, some people like food spices while others like it plain. The
Introduction Over half of the land surface in Africa, Arabian and Asian regions are considered arid or semi-arid hence not suitable for Agriculture. This geographical disposition has been a challenge to many developing nations in achieving food security for their ever-growing lower and middle class population. Furthermore, there is clear evidence that climate change is
Social media links people from the comfort of their homes and to other parts of the world where users express their opinion and share ideas. However, like any other technological advancement, social media may turn out to be very harmful more especially when dealing with controversial issues in any given industry. In agriculture, social media

Sample Paper on the Corn Plant

The use of chemical insecticides to kill insect pest infesting the corn plants has proliferated current devastating state of the environment and the ecosystem at large. Corn plant is one of the most important crops in the world due to its wide array of uses. However, a number of factors such as infestation by pest
Introduction Soon after the second world war food as well as fiber productivity increased worldwide due to the introduction of new farming technologies, mechanization, specialization as well as government intervention. However, despite these positive changes as well as reduced risk in food shortage globally the costs of adopting the aforementioned factors was considerably high. Topsoil
Reports by non-governmental organizations, the UN and other organizations have indicated a possible increase in global population by 2050. Of the expected increase in the world population, 90 percent of this population will reside in the developing world (Herrera-Estrella 923). In anticipation of the increase in population, it will be necessary to double the food
Introduction Concerns about issues related to world food problem started in early 1970s but has remained unresolved to date. During the early 1970s, concern was much about the prices and supplies of world foods; however, that shifted to hunger and individual access of foods. Apart from hunger and access of food, currently there are many
Introduction Culture and its complexity always traverse and cut across Architecture. In ornament and crime, Adolf Loos argues that “ornament does not represent our culture any more since it has seized to be in relationship with this culture of ours”[1]by so claiming, he describes the fact of current culture being associated to the most recent