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 Creative Writing Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Cholesterol Heart diseases!! Many deaths in America are caused by high cholesterol. Cholesterol is a fatty lining on the walls of arteries in our bodies and is the main reason why more than 35% of Americans die of heart attacks and related diseases. It is said too much of something is poison and on that note it should be known that our bodies need a medium level of cholesterol (CDC 2008). Any level beyond what is needed puts people at the risk of heart diseases and at times stroke. It is therefore necessary to keep ones cholesterol levels in check. This can be done by ensuring you do regular body exercise eating healthy and not smoking. It is the level of anxiety in the patients undergoing coronary angiography. Retrieved 3 March 2018 from http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ojn.2012.23025 Jensen M. Ryan D. Apovian C. Ard J. Comuzzie A. & Donato K. et al. (2013). 2013 AHA/ACC/TOS Guideline for the Management of Overweight and Obesity in Adults. Circulation  129(25 suppl 2) S102-S138. http://dx.doi.org/10.1161/01.cir.0000437739.71477.ee Lepper M. Kass P.H. & Hart L.A.  (2010) Prediction of Adoption Versus Euthanasia Among Dogs and Cats in a California Animal Shelter  Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science  5:1  29-42  DOI:10.1207/S15327604JAWS0501-3 Macgill M. (2017). Everything You Need To Know About Hypertension. Retrieved from https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/150109.php Accessed on March 3/2018 Stuckey H. & Nobel J. (2010) The Connection Between Art Healing And Public Health: A Review Of Current Literature. American Journal of Public Health 100 245- 263. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2008.156497 [...]

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Describe how you could establish a motivation for your classroom audience to listen to you on each of the following topics: Cholesterol, music, animal adoption, and high blood pressure For example: Speed Traps – (""Snapple Real Fact #871: Ulysses Simpson Grant was fined $20.00 for speeding on his horse.” This would make for an interesting introduction considering just about every American citizen (especially Seinfeld fans and his fellow New Yorkers) are familiar with Snapple; just as the same amount of familiarity, if not more, is had with speed traps. There’s a reason www. speedtrap. org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. exists, and lists over 80,000 speed traps across the United States and Canada and goes on to include that “detailed research by the U.S. Department of Commerce has shown that the safest rate of travel is a few miles per hour above the average traffic speed. Enforced speed limits set below that average speed are speed traps, sacrificing safety for revenue.” Mentioning information like this should hold more attention rather than detailing the history which would be touched upon lightly within the body.") This assignment needs to be submitted on a word document, double-spaced, 12 point font and half a page (Full sentences not fragments or run-on sentences) for each of the topics. Rubric: Effective attention-getter - 5 pts Introduce subject - 5 pts Sources cited - 5 pts Preview main ideas 5 pts Explanation why you decided to choose that effective attention-getter - 5 pts

Subject Area: Communications

Document Type: Lab Report

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