This is a discussion board post. Only thing that need to be
done is answer the question with 250 words at the most. There are to questions
I do ask that you keep them separate and site all reference that you use. I
have one that is Microbiology and the other is managing stress.
was once prevalent in Europe and the USA in the early 1900s but was successful
eliminated from these areas. However, malaria is still prevalent in the
tropical regions i.e. parts of Asia, Africa and South America. Is it correct to
say that Malaria is a disease of poverty? What biological factors make it so
hard to treat Malaria. You have been asked to conduct a clinical trial of a new
antimalarial drug that would cost $30 per dose once approved by the FDA. Would
it be ethical to test this new drug in Africa where an average person lives on
less than $2 per day?
opinion: Fables usually use animals to teach morals, behavior, and
actions toward other people. We often think of fables in connection with
teaching important life lessons to our children, but are fables just for
children or can adults benefit, too? What fables or stories stand out to you
for teaching important life lessons? Please feel free to share any that you may
have used for yourself and/or with your own children.
each of the subsequent questions, please meaningfully integrate your readings
including the text, articles, videos, and module notes in our conversation with
and select (5) five Aesop's Fables (Links to an external site.) from the suggested list
and let us consider some of the stress management lessons we can derive from
these fables together.
·Which fable(s) did you find most closely related to managing
stress? What was the message or lesson learned?
·What relationships did you see between the lessons learned and
the different relaxation techniques covered in this module? How about other
techniques and strategies learned throughout the course?
·Aesop’s Fables have endured since at least the 5th century BCE
and remain relevant today. Overall, what can we learn from Aesop’s Fables about