SAMPLES

 

Sample Report on Obesity

  • Topic :
  • Sample Report on Obesity
  • Paper Type:
  • Rsearch Paper
  • Word Count:
  • 3,750
  • Pages:
  • 15
  • Referencing Style:
  • APA
  • Education Level:
  • Graduate

Description:

Across the country, the increasing calls for accountability in all aspects of government come from not only political pundits, but also the general public. Public health or more specifically, obesity represents one arena where calls for accountability through evidence-based policy making can be heard from a multitude of interested parties. Current essay is a proposal based on a policy related to obesity.

Case Study on Medical Tourism

  • Topic :
  • Case Study on Medical Torusim
  • Paper Type:
  • Case Study
  • Word Count:
  • 11,750
  • Pages:
  • 47
  • Referencing Style:
  • APA
  • Education Level:
  • Masters

Description:

Burge et al. (2004) Medical tourism is also known as health tourism or wellness tourism and it is the phenomenon of rise in the travel of people across the world to have medical, surgical or dental care. The medical tourism provides the opportunity of getting the medical facilities to patients and at the same take the opportunity of travel and tourism.

Natural Product As an Anti-Cancer Agent – Research Proposal

  • Topic :
  • Natural Product As an Anti-Cancer Agent – Research Proposal
  • Paper Type:
  • Dissertation Proposal
  • Word Count:
  • 2,750
  • Pages:
  • 11
  • Referencing Style:
  • MLA
  • Education Level:
  • Graduation

Description:

Humans have always relied on nature throughout the ages for their basic needs related to medicines. A sophisticated traditional medicine system has been formed by plants, in the past decades, aiding different scholars, from various time periods, to obtain a medicinal cure.Different cultures have been documented extensively for using plants in traditional medicine systems (Cragg, et. al, 2011). The plant-based systems are continuously playing a significant role in healthcare; the WHO (World Health Organisation) estimated that nearly 80% of the world’s population is dependent on traditional medicines in order to fulfill their needs of primary health care.