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Glucose Tolerance Test

Introduction Carbohydrate forms the principle source of energy. Usually polysaccharide (starch and glycogen) which are glucose units joined by a-glucosidic links and disaccharides (sucrose and lactose) the main dietary carbohydrate. Carbohydrate absorption must be presented to the intestinal epithelium in monosaccharide from mainly glucose and therefore digestion must precede absorption. Glucose gained a significant importance […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2010 Topics: Diabetes, Digestion, Endocrine System, Insulin, Tolerance, Type 2 Diabetes

How to Overcome Racism

How to Deal With Racism Beliefs or attitudes about people based on outward differences are known as racism. Most racism attacks people of a specific skin color or ethnic group. The prevalence of racism leads to discrimination and sometimes violence. When racism results in hate crimes in a community, it tears the community apart. Some […]

Pages: 1 Words: 267 Topics: Discrimination, Identity Politics, Injustice, Justice, Prejudice And Discrimination, Racism, Social Issues, Stereotypes, Television, Tolerance
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Australian National Identity

Australian National Identity: This essay will argue that tolerance has had major influence on our Australian National Identity through aspects such as, multiculturalism, our wide variety of Religious beliefs and practices, the acceptance of sexual identities and a vast range of Political issues. Australia is a country known to have traits such as, fair go, […]

Pages: 3 Words: 995 Topics: Australia, Homosexuality, Identity, Justice, Multiculturalism, Social Institutions, Social Issues, Tolerance

What are the Limits of Religious Tolerance in a Community? 

My stimulus is a supreme court case in which Jack Phillips, a cake baker living in Colorado, denied the request of a homosexual couple to bake their wedding cake. His defense was that his religion; Christianity, labeled the couple’s lifestyle a sin. Although the court ruled that the state’s public accommodation law did not authorize […]

Pages: 2 Words: 663 Topics: Community, Freedom Of Religion, Human Nature, Social Institutions, Tolerance
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