Describe Global Health Goals and Health Disparities.
Select one nutrient/substance from the following list and address all the questions below about the one nutrient/substance you selected.
List of Nutrients/Substances
Reference the textbook and at least one other reliable information source in your post.
Go to the website Science Daily https://www.sciencedaily.com and search for an article about your nutrient/substance in the nutrition field.
Summarize what you learned and compare to the information about your nutrient/substance in the textbook. Any surprises?
What may be the health impacts of consuming too much or too little of this nutrient/substance?
What are the biggest sources of this nutrient/substance in your diet?
Do you pay attention to the amount of this nutrient/substance in your diet? Why or why not?
Do you plan to make any changes after reading the information this week?
The attached Assignment #3 – Methodology (TEMPLATE), also known as the study design, entails very thoughtful and systematic development of your study design to address/answer your proposed research study question or hypothesis, based on the published data (observations) summarized from your literature review. This section focuses on the hypothesis or research question you propose – and your approach or study design to address it determines the success (yields reliable data) or failure (yields unreliable data) of the research study. So, be methodical. If you are performing a systematic review (an exhaustive review of peer-reviewed published works) on a research topic for your capstone project, it too requires a systematic approach or methodology in development of the study design (see A Young Researchers Guide to a Systematic Review in the Ancillaries folder). In this most important section of your proposal, you will include the following information:
Introduction to the Problem (describes the design of the research used to answer the proposed hypothesis/es or research question(s), then present the subsequent subsections of the chapter)
Hypothesis/es or Research Question(s) (restate the proposed hypotheses or research questions from Chapter 1 in proper format)
Descriiption of the subjects or participants (what/who is the target for your study, how they were selected, and why they were chosen)
Instrumentation/tools (descriiption and background of any tests, survey instruments, or data sources) used for the purpose of (your) study including the statistical methods used to analyze/measure results/observations
Ethical Considerations (possible factors, conditions or biases that may affect the data or may be out of the researcher’s control)
Find an article that talks about a DDoS attack. Please do not select the one on Brian Krebs’ website. Write a couple of sentences describing the attack. Examples items to consider – Who/what was impacted? How did it happen? How long did it last? Did it result in any outages?
Review the skills and abilities discussed on the Unit 1 Journal submission (to view your graded Unit 1 work, go to the Unit 1 Dropbox).
Write one or two short paragraphs discussing the impact of this course on your skills and abilities for your prospective career.
Be sure to include: whether you believe your skills and abilities have improved; why they have improved or why they have not; and what you still hope to improve upon during the remainder of the term.
This is a personal statement for my phd application at schools such as columbia, harvard, cornell, uc berkeley. The word limit for these schools is 500 word. In addition to personal statement editing, I am off the word count by about more 1000 words, and I can’t seem to make it 500 as I am not sure what to keep and remove. here are some insights from their prompts:
Prompt 1: “we ask that you provide a statement that explains how your personal experiences and history will allow you to contribute to the wealth of perspectives in the entering class of the school and the university in large.”
Prompt 2: “The personal statement should give concrete evidence of your promise as a member of the academic community, giving the committee an image of you as a person. This is also where you represent your potential to bring to your academic career a critical perspective rooted in a non-traditional educational background, or your understanding of the experiences of groups historically under-represented in higher education and your commitment to increase participation by a diverse population in higher education.”
Write a personal statement applying through UCAS to some universities in London.
Use the following information: Assume you are currently studying at king’s college London as a foundation student.
CAPSTONE PROJECT (CyberSecurity Based)
Pick one of the Base Cases to focus the project on.Then prepare a CAPSTONE PROJECT on the CyberSecurity. Each week (1-4) needs to have its own separate set of 4 or more pages.
The paper should exam the influences, effects and outcomes of a vaccine, an antimicrobial or a disease caused by a microorganism. The paper must incorporate research, data and information from the CDC, WHO, and literary sources. A minimum of five credible references must be utilized in the paper. Each student must research and report on a different vaccine, antimicrobial or disease.
The paper must be typed with 1” margins, double spacing and a 12-point Times Roman font. The paper should also include a reference list. The American Psychological Association format must also be utilized for the paper. The paper should be between five and seven pages in length (not including cover page, abstract, references, exhibits, etc.).
Provides substantive and relevant development of ideas • Offers logical, accurate, and sufficient level of detail • Demonstrates an in depth understanding of the ideas • Evaluates/responds to ideas in a critical, analytical and persuasive manner. Creates a clearly identifiable introduction, body, and conclusion • Provides a sophisticated paragraph structure with each paragraph developing one central idea • Utilizes APA format, Incorporates sophisticated terminology • Avoids irrelevant and redundant words, phrases and other distracting information • Contains no spelling errors • Lacks errors in sentence boundaries such as fused sentences and sentence fragments • Uses paraphrase and quotes skillfully, Presents information in a clear, logical, and effective manner.
Choose your topic on literature field. Then write a paper discussing on your topic.