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AIDS orphan A child or youth who has lost parents, foster and adoptive parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, neighbors, or other crucial caregivers to the AIDS epidemic. AIDS orphans generally do not have the disease themselves and are not viewed as patients by the medical community. Often unable to share their family secrets and losses, they are often invisible to service communities, schools, churches, and courts. Few professionals seem to be helping to plan for their futures, or even recognize that they exist. confidentiality and disclosure, custody and placement, benefits programs, and bereavement are some of the issues these children and youth face. An additional challenge these children and youth face is that the general public is not well educated about the issue.

Communitybased studies of lifestyle change

A different approach to diabetes prevention has been attempted in small numbers of studies in adults and children. These studies have focused on community-, church- or school-based interventions aimed at improving cardiovascular (CV) and diabetes risk factors. Such studies are difficult to evaluate using the usual RCT paradigm since randomization is often not feasible or is not at the individual level (e.g. schools or classrooms may be the unit of Simmons et al. developed a risk factor reduction program for Independent Samoans (from the former Western Samoa) at high risk of type 2 diabetes living in Auckland, New Zealand82. A church-based intervention was developed in two churches over two years. The intervention subjects had diabetes awareness sessions, physical activity groups, nutrition education and cooking demonstrations. The control church members, disappointed at having to wait for the intervention, had lower participation in glucose tolerance testing, and started a physical...

Why Scrooge Was Single The Evolution of Charity

Survival of the fittest was supposed to make us act selfishly. Like Charles Dickens's Scrooge, the traditional Darwinian account depicts humans as mean and miserly, perhaps with a little nepotism toward close relatives and some prudent loan-sharking to those who might pay us back. This is a convenient myth for educators, priests, and politicians, because it presents us as badly in need of socialization through schools, churches, and prisons. Supposedly, we need these character-improving regimes as our Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future, to transform our selfish, biological, pre-Christmas Scrooge into our generous, cultured, post-Christmas Scrooge.

Ethnic and Cultural Characteristics

More than 92.5 of the Peruvians are practicing or nominal Roman Catholics, the official religion of Peru since 1915. About 5.5 are Protestants, with the number of churches of different denominations growing at a relatively rapid pace, particularly in the barriadas (shantytowns). Other religious groups include small numbers of Jews and Moslems. Peru's cultural history stems from the rich pre-Inca and Inca heritage and the many Spanish and European contributions. Archeological excavations have uncovered monumental pre-Inca and Inca remains, and the arts of the Spanish colonial period mixed with the native created extraordinary paintings, public and private buildings, churches, and music. Maintaining the Quechua and Aymara folklore and stimulating other cultural manifestations of the whites, mestizos, and blacks contributes to the cultural diversity that makes Peru one of the richest and most appealing countries in that regard. Even though the country's archeological riches have been...

The Invention of Childhood Sexuality

The idea of childhood sexuality did not exist before 1700. Neither priest nor physician paid any attention to the sexual behaviors of children. In the beginning of the 18th century, both the moralist and the medic began to censure childhood sexual activity as both sinful and or pathological. By the 19th century, masturbation among children was considered a social evil and a threat to the polity as a whole it became the first building block in the invention of childhood sexuality (37-39). Just as sexuality in general was considered a problem to be managed, childhood sexuality in particular would give rise to the concerted and institutionalized effort to control children. For example, whether through schools, churches, or new forms of parental supervision, the child was thought of as a distinct social entity in need of specialized attention (40). This belief gave rise to the vast industry of child-rearing techniques premised on regulating childhood sexual behavior and instilling...

Bramantes Trompeloeil

Tourists to Milan are usually so busy visiting the magnificent cathedral, the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, and the famous opera house of La Scala that they overlook a small church only a five-minute walk from the cathedral in the center of the city. The church of San Satiro was mainly designed by Donato Bramante near the beginning of the sixteenth century, although the campanile dates from the ninth century and the facade from 1871. Bramante, who is better known for submitting the original plan for St. Peter's in Rome, faced a problem in the planning of San Satiro. A city street blocked extension of the apse (that part of the main sanctuary that extends beyond the transept and in which some liturgical ceremonies take place). Specifically, it was impossible to build a church deep enough both to be aesthetically pleasing 7.16 Church of San Satiro, Milan, and ground plan showing the actual depth of the apse in Bramante's trompe-l'oeil. Photo by R. Solso. 7.16 Church of San Satiro,...

Morphology The Nominal Group

There are no real case markings in contemporary West Frisian, with the possible exception of the genitive -s. Possession is most commonly indicated by phrasal constructions, discussed in the section on syntax. Consequently, the main morphological phenomenon in nouns is plural and diminutive formation. These suffixes are determined primarily by phonological criteria, not gender. The plural marker for native words ending in em, en, el, er, ert is generally -s wurkers 'workers' woartels 'carrots'. The same -s plural is also used with all diminutives kealtsjes 'small calves'. Most other native words take -en seinen 'scythes' tsjerken 'churches'. Many borrowings take the -5 plural despite their phonetic structure, as in auto's. And, of course, several nouns have irregular plural formation, which may include invariable plurals (bern 'child children' skiep 'sheep'), double plural marking (reed redens 'skate skates') and synchronically less transparent phenomena (ko kij 'cow cows' skoech...

Influence On Community

The consequences of being part of a faith community have, for some groups, been shown to influence access to healthcare. A study of information networks relating to contraception and reproduction found that adherents of well-established large urban churches had more intensive and diverse channels of information, both inside and outside their congregations, than women who were excluded from such networks. As a result, they participated more actively in the exchange of information about choices open to them.

How much lead can the human body accommodate

The total amount of lead in an average adult today is probably around 100 mg. In the next generation it might be as little as 50, and in subsequent generations even as low as 10 mg. Most lead in the body is to be found in the skeleton, which can have up to 30 ppm. The level to which people in the past were exposed to lead is preserved in their bones and it has been possible to mark the degree of lead exposure by analysing bones from former ages. If the date of death is accurately known then this can be a useful guide to conditions prevailing at the time. By the late twentieth century the level of lead in recently deceased children's bones was down to 2 ppm although for most adults it was still around 5 ppm. The analysis of bones taken from the crypts of Polish churches has proved particularly important. These have been stored in dry conditions and thereby prevented from absorbing lead

Seeking Guidance

8 Churches, synagogues, and other houses of worship might also have groups that can offer you the social support you need. A local church, synagogue, YMCA or YWCA, or fraternal order may provide financial assistance, or may have volunteers who can help with transportation and home care. Catholic Charities, the United Way, or the American Red Cross may also operate local offices. Some of these organizations may provide home care, and the United Way's information and referral service can refer you to an agency that provides financial help. To find the United Way serving your community, visit their online directory at http on the Internet or look in the White Pages of your local telephone book.

The expansion and transformation of the modern hospice movement in the UK

Like the other alternative institutions and reform movements described above, the hospice movement received widespread popular support at a 'grass roots' level support which explains the vigorous growth and diversification of the movement's provision since the late 1960s. As James describes, over the past few decades, 'energetic community groups - schools, churches, women's groups, rotarians - have joined with major charities, NHS staff and eventually government to plan and finance a thirty-fold increase in hospice provision' (1994 102). From their inception, most hospices were dependent not only upon voluntary contributions to provide initial capital and running costs, they also relied strongly upon unpaid volunteers to perform a wide variety of tasks such as counselling patients, transporting patients to and from the hospice and staffing reception points (Field and Johnson 1993 198, 200). The ideas of the hospice movement, then, were clearly ideas that many ordinary people...

Painting men painted ladies and painteating children

The trouble with artists using white lead was that it did not stay white when paintings were hung in houses and churches that were heated with coal, whose sulphurous fumes would react with its constituents, reducing them to black lead sulphide. (Barium sulphate offered a way to prevent this happening.) The same effect can be seen in many ancient manuscripts, where faces that were originally painted pale pink are now deep black.


In contrast to Icelandic, the Faroese written tradition is recent and sparse. Aside from a few Faroese characteristics in some of the Old Norwegian texts from the Middle Ages, the earliest texts in Faroese are three ballads recorded around 1773 by J. C. Svabo, the first to record Faroese folk ballads and to collect material for a Faroese dictionary. In 1846 a literary orthography was devised by V. U. Hammershaimb, based on the Icelandic tradition, and in the 1870s a group of Faroese students in Copenhagen began writing creatively in the language. From these beginnings, Faroese was transformed in the course of a century from a mere spoken language into a language used in schools, newspapers, churches, radio and public administration.


For example, groups that represent the interests of ethnic communities (e.g., National Council of La Raza, Congress of National Black Churches, and Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations) or consumers' rights and advocacy groups can help mobilize communities for action, provide public education, and advocate for policy change to safeguard population health. Businesses may change their practices and policies to address community health concerns and employee health needs (see Box 4-1). Depending on the nature of the business, such changes might include implementing policies to ban smoking in public places, providing health information to employees and customers, or improving compliance with environmental laws and regulations pertaining to air and water quality. Religious congregations, which are among the most pervasive voluntary organizations in our society, and other faith-based entities can play a significant role in community health...

Social Behavior

Groups do not behave only individuals do. Individuals establish groups because they have been rewarded for dohig so. For example, individuals form clans so that they might be protected agahist animals, natural disasters, or enemy tribes. Individuals also form governments, establish churches, or become part of an unruly crowd because they are rehiforced for that behavior.

Ethics and Values

Self-actualized people have strong ethical standards, although their standards are often not conventional standards of right and wrong. They are not concerned with what Maslow (1954 1987) regarded as trivial ethical issues, such as card playing, dancing, wearing short dresses, exposing the head (in some churches) or not exposing the head (in others), drinking wine, or eating some meats and not others, or eating them on some days but not on others (p. 147). Their values emerge from acceptance of human nature and of their own nature, including their unique potentials.

The alchemists

Stone and the Elixir of Life because of the great age to which he lived and the wealth he accumulated, which he used to endow churches and build hospitals. There were reports that in January 1382 he had converted mercury to silver and three months later he was reported to have converted a large amount of mercury to gold. It is more than likely that his wealth, and old age, stemmed from his miserly and abstemious lifestyle. He probably became rich through money-lending and debt collecting, but there is no doubt that in his early years he was an alchemist, and used his alchemy in later life to disguise the real source of his wealth.