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Brett Favre Term Paper

… ¶ … leadership in the medieval world with leadership today. Specifically it will discuss the leadership style of Brett Favre and compare his leadership skills to those of medieval leaders. Favre is a modern day knight, leading his team to victory week after week, and embodying many of the essential qualities of a medieval leader.

A chose Brett Favre because I admire him on and off the football field. I believe he is a strong and vibrant person, and that he has leadership qualities that help him with his football career and in life. I also admire him because although he is highly paid, he has started many charities with some of his money to help people that need it, and I think that it…. [read more]


Sports Nutrition the Stuff of Champions Essay

… Sports Nutrition

THE STUFF of CHAMPIONS

With a vast array of appealing foods and all kinds of information on foods, coaches should diligently seek out true information and disseminate it (Mannie, 2001). This will accrue to their athletes' best performance and prevent poor health. Nutrition should be a top priority and based on scientific, official facts. The Food Guide Pyramid or FGP, developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, is the template for the daily food consumption of the basic nutrients, specifically for athletes. These nutrients are carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals and water (Mannie).

Carbohydrates

Food sources include bread, cereal, rice and others in the pasta group (Mannie, 2001).

The FGP recommends 6-11 servings of these sources, 3-5 servings of vegetables and 2-4

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Adolescent Substance Use Screening Instruments Term Paper

… " (Zoccolillo et al., 1999) Thus, the AAOD student is at a clear disadvantage in terms of successfully completing a high-school diploma and moving on to a career-oriented post-secondary education.

Additionally, high school is generally also a milieu in which the adolescent learns other non-academic life skills, including mature means of relating to peers and supervisors, responsible treatment of deadlines and priorities, and the perspective-broadening value of sports and other extracurricular interests.

Absenteeism limits the opportunities for acquiring such skills, and even while attending, the AAOD student in all likelihood will not maximize the chance to participate in meaningful relationships and activities. Playing sports while drunk or stoned, or both, obviously also risks serious injury for the student and his or her teammates.

At its…. [read more]


Club / Amazon.com Finding Essay

… Entertainment and fun have replaced the more serious "fuel food" slogans. Americans love to be entertained, and we are a star-crazy group of celebrity-gawkers. (Why are maps that lead tourists to Hollywood stars' homes so hugely successful?)

The American Dairy Association's marketing has been so effective that, in fact, it is almost a rite of passage for a country music star or TV star or superstar model to wear that moustache, once they have "made it." And that is called stunningly successful branding and product positioning. And if the Green Bay Packers and their "cheesehead" football fans go all the way to the Super Bowl, and win, it will seem likely that Brett Favre, Packer quarterback, will be wearing that moustache. Will the long-term effects…. [read more]


Addictive Nature of Vicodin Term Paper

… After detox, the patient participates in a series of workshops aimed at increasing sociability, effective communication, stress management and reassertion of values and ethics. The clinic claims a 78% success rate.

Other recovery centers hospitalize the patient during detox, which is supervised by a doctor who administers drugs if needed. A controversial approach is known as "rapid detox." The patient is sedated, thus sleeping through the withdrawal period. Drugs are administered to break the opiate's connection to the brain; a second drug, a narcotic antagonist known as Naltrexone, blocks the cravings. The procedure takes only two days, but costs up to $10,000, an expense not covered by health insurance. While some patients and doctors swear by this procedure, other medical professionals question its efficacy and…. [read more]

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