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When working with clients/patients, it's important to educate yourself regarding illnesses the client/patient may have including causes and effects...

1. When working with clients/patients, it's important to educate yourself regarding illnesses the client/patient may have including causes and effects of the illness. As a licensed daycare provider it is required to obtain knowledge on various typers of illnesses/diseases, how did obtaining this knowledge result in me performing my job better?2. An article was written in October 2009 which says a study indicated a mother's weight prior to her pregnancy increases the rate at which a child has a heart defect. Reas more at:http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/10/05/health/webmd/main5364748.shtml?tag=mncol;lst;2"Women who are overweight or obese before getting pregnant may be more likely than leaner women to have babies born with heart defects. Thoughts?3. Do you think that parents should be screened for several health issues before pregnancy as a mandatory process?4. Our textbook talks about Mark and Gerald, two twins who were also separated at birth through adoption. This is a short video clip of the two men as adults. They found each other at age 31 and a CBS' 48 Hours conducted an interview with them. It seems "nature" played a large role here.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REhKa3_oHL85. When thinking about whether innate and environmental factors interact, I propose that both internal and external factors come into play from the time of conception. Development has three domains which include psychosocial, biological and cognitive. These domains overlap and interact with each other resulting in the developmental process known as "biopsychosocial." The external (environmental) factors and internal (innate) factors/behaviors interact and form things such as personality, social skills and language. This is also where culture comes in to play as well. Thoughts anyone?6. Homosexuality----Innate or environmental? Some say they are born homosexual while others say it was their "choice." I'm sure we all know someone or know "of" someone who considers himself or herself to be gay.An article was written in 2007 regarding a study which attempted to determine whether there was an X chromosome which caused homosexuality in an individual. The article can be found at: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/10/15/national/main3370864.shtml?tag=mncol;lst;1One proponent against homosexuality is Donald McClurkin. Donald McClurkin is a black pastor and well known gospel artist who was at one time in the homosexual lifestyle. He disclosed his story in his autobiography entitled, Eternal Victim - Eternal Victor. Pastor McClurkin felt that he became involved in homosexuality due to his background; he grew up in a home where there was alcoholism, physical and sexual abuse. He was raped and molested by his uncle at the age of 8 and later raped by his uncle's son. Pastor McClurkin credits coming out of the lifestyle through his relationship with Jesus Christ. He says that people can be free from the "bondage" of homosexuality.Innate or environmental? Thoughts anyone? 7. Environmental factors may affect persons who suffer from Multiple Sclerosis. Thoughts?http://abcnews.go.com/Health/video/ms-worse-spring- 8. This video discusses various environmental factors that have an impact on breast cancer. Any thoughts?http://abcnews.go.com/Health/video/environmental-breast-cancer-factors-104506189. Autism affects about 1 to 1.5 million Americans. Researchers believe environmental factors play a larger role in Autism than genetics. What are your thoughts after viewing the video?http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/video/autism-children-baby-health-study-disease-14037535
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