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history, socio-demographic status, psychiatric and somatic co-morbidities. Methadone and suboxone have increasingly been used in the treatment of opiate addiction. These substances are used in the detoxification process with a goal of reducing the acute heroin withdrawal symptoms thus easing the patient to the long-term treatment program. The drugs are administered to the patient during the heroin withdrawal period to minimize the danger of heroin withdrawal symptoms. They are considered easy to manage and thus effective in enhancing patient stability in during heroin withdrawal. The study presented in the article involved 40 participants addicted to heroin use recruited through voluntary...

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history back in 2006, we see that the college admitted 118 students. By 2007 the number had risen to 144.By calculation; 12267 – 118 = 12149; In twelve years the population of the college has risen by 12149 students. This change is, therefore, a positive indication of the spontaneous growth of the institution. The college has 8289 students enrolled currently on a full-time basis, and 3998 enrolled on a part-time basis. This forms 67.5% full-time enrolled students and 32.5% part-time enrolled students. In 2006 when the school started, only 38 students were enrolled on a full-time basis and 80 students on part-time. Assuming the numbers and concentrating on the percentage, 32.2% students were...

history on the use of alcohol and other narcotics is significant not only because of how it affects those who consume these substances but also its implications to the economy, public perception, and Public health among many others. The income and money transactions that take place because of the recreational purposes of alcohol and narcotics have critical impacts on the economy. Among the drugs used for recreational purposes, marijuana has been receiving a lot of attention in the recent past. This is mainly due to its legalizations in different states in the U.S. A good example is the state of Colorado where it has been legalized and integrated into the health system as a tool used to achieve...

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History: The defendant was presented to the Erie County Court. He was being accused of burglary. He was convicted in the county court and thus appealed to the Supreme Court. Issue: Defendant’s counsel was not ineffective. The court disallowed counsel to question the officer who arrested the defendant during his arrest. Rebuttal testimony was purposely used for impeachment reasons thus notice of intent was not required. Holding: Yes. The testimony that they had concerning the observation of the defendant during the offensive period was not presented to the chief. When rebuttal testimony is offered for the sake of impeachment, the notice is usually not vital. Reasoning: Rule: Where there is...

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HISTORY The will was contested on the grounds of undue influence (Dukeminier, Jesse, & Sitkoff, 109). . The decedent married Mr. Lipper and bore Frank and Irene Lipper who happen to be defendants. After the death of Mr. Lipper, the decedent married Mr. Block Max but bore no children from the marriage ISSUE The issue was if there was any form of evidence with regards to undue influence on a will that was well drafted by a lawyer who also occurs to be a beneficiary of the will. The jury had determined that the decedents will have been procured with consideration of undue influence on the side of Lipper as a defendant. HOLDING It was held that the cause was to be rendered and reversed for...

History: The part comprises the first chronology of events of the pilgrim progress. III. Initial Pilgrim Progress as per Christian together with his Symbolisms. Christian and “Celestial City”: The section gives information about how Christian perceived Celestial City and how determined he was to reach the city. Christian and Evangelist: The section defines Christian’s encounter with Evangelism and how he initially helped him on his journey to Celestial City. IV. Progressive Symbolisms in Christian’s life. Christian with Pliable and Obstinate: The section introduces Pliable and Obstinate who are two personalities who Christian met with and tried to convince him to forego...

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History, Taoism Beliefs", 2018). The right-hand side of the picture and the upper horizon depicts trees and hills. The grey painting of the image gives it a soft and sombre appearance. When one looks at the picture, their gaze is drawn to the horizon beyond the photo. All these factors emphasize the Taoism religion. Taoism is a system of beliefs that exemplifies unity of life. Adherents are encouraged to live their lives according to what corresponds with their hearts. According to the beliefs, no one owns anything. Each believer is a passerby who is a custodian of everything around him. For this reason, a temple that represents human worship is put alongside the calm and serene nature. It is a...