The battle of Gettysburg is famous for its role as the turning point of the Civil War that had seemed to favor the South up to that point and for being the battle with the most casualties of the war. Part of the reason for incredible casualty rate – some 46,000 to 51,000 in a battle that included roughly 165,000 – was that field medicine and medical practices at the time had not advanced nearly as quickly as the technologies of war had. The Civil War was a very sad point in American History, but it revolutionized our weapon technology and our attack strategy. (Technology and Casualties in the Civil War and the Battle of Gettysburg -
The Vietnam War is very infamous and it has had many consequences on the U.S society and Asian Americans for years to come. One of the main effects from the war is the body count. Over 3 million Vietnamese citizens and 58,000 American troops had died in the bloodshed along with thousands more wounded. The use of Agent Orange not only destroyed Vietnam’s environment, but also caused health problems for the Vietnamese and the American troops using them, eventually leading to cancer. Society wise, the war had changed the way the public saw the U.S government.
Smoking and drinking are the most common culprits that catalyze the growth of cancer in the vocal cord of an individual. Add to this, contaminants and dust and the magnitude of the tumor grows at a surprising pace. Chewing tobacco, smoking tubes, exposure to asbestos, unwholesome diet and poor dental hygiene have also been recognized as leading reasons for throat cancer. Males are two times more susceptible than females and have higher chances of contracting throat cancer once they are past 45 years of age. The numerous kinds of cancer that are classified under throat cancer are: Nasopharyngeal
Traumatic brain injuries sustained in the National Football League has risen steadily since the first game was played. The public, as well as players, have been inadequately informed of the severity of concussions resulting from severe head trauma. Players have been sent back into play with life threatening injuries that may be invisible immediately but detrimental when observed long term. The National Football League has covered the concussion issue due to the lack of publicly the sport receives when role players are out with a concussion or another injury. Concussions and traumatic brain related injuries have become a costly problem in the National Football League (NFL), and most instances are mistreated and covered up.
Elwin was considered a first responder because he was a soldier in war. A first responder is more likely to see a traumatic things because they are constantly exposed to terror therefore are at higher risk of having PTSD. Next, in a study performed by Yale it was proven that about thirty percent of veterans experience post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms. Those statistics are quite high, so it 's no surprise Elwin Lepellier falls into that thirty percent. To, summarize it 's no shock that Elwin
This abuse is undeserved as the creature proves himself to be a capable and very intelligent contradicting the stereotypes made against him. Eventually, the stereotypes made by society lead the creature to become who they think he is. Frankenstein paints a bleak picture of how society’s stereotyping leads to segregation and suffering with the creature’s journey through life. The society of Frankenstein makes a stereotype based on a single premise, his appearance, and chooses to discriminate and segregate Victor’s creation. This discrimination is evident when “the children shrieked and one of the women fainted.
However the revolution still held devastating effects. The murals created during the revolution would be at fault for the development of depression for many people. Yet putting those two things aside the bigger picture appears. Nationalism was at its peak for the country. These people believed that their leader was abusing his power, and they fought back.
The monster affects Victors health mentally and physically, both feeling guilt, which prevents both characters from facing the reality of the situation. Mary Shelley wrote a truly controversial novel, with both characters becoming more complex over time, it truly shows the battle between hero versus anti-hero and will continue to be discussed over the next
According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, tackling is associated with 67 percent of catastrophic injuries in football since 1977 (“Sports-related” 7). Tackling is one of the most dangerous actions in all of sports because it can lead to so many different types of injuries. Football was also one of the highest rated sports in head injuries, reported with 46,948 in 2009 (“Sports-related” 2). This shows that football is a very dangerous sport that needs to be regulated. During the last few decades, the concussion rate in the NFL has been rising.
As societal crime rate continues to escalate, the epidemic of homicides and mass murders remains a prevalent social problem. Thus, the emergence of serial killers has caused alarm among many criminologists and psychologists. Serial killers usually have an impulsive desire to kill for no particular reason, which makes it difficult for law enforcement and criminal professionals to understand their motives. Thus, the motives of serial killers have led to heated debates and challenged the nature vs. nurture theory. Many scientists believe that serial killers are genetically incline to commit murders, while criminologists associate violent crimes to childhood and surroundings.
The thought of an attack from a terrorist group using a Radiation Dispersal Device, RDD, is frightening, not just to the American people. An attack would cause uncertainty and absolute fear. According to the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress, CSTS, acute psychological and behavioral responses will be as important as radiation treatment, following an attack (CSTS). Terrorist attacks do not just cause physical injuries, but mental and psychological damage as well. The Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995, killed 168 people including 19 children (Pfefferbaum, 1996).