Euthanasia is referred to as deliberately killing someone who is suffering from terminal illness. A person suffering from a terminal illness does not have any chance of survival and he is deliberately put to death upon his request to end pain and misery. People suffering from terminal illnesses go through a lot of physical and emotional pain. In order to avert excruciating pain caused by a fatal disease, a person requests the doctor or a nurse to kill him usually done by administering a lethal injection. In some circles, euthanasia is a very controversial topic. (more…)
The pros and cons of organ donation initially try to determine what ethical base if any can justify this process. The issue is better answered in the communities that we live in, and which entails a concept of justice and moral obligation. Contrary to popular belief, live people can donate organs. A person does not have to be dead for him/her to be a donor. A person can safely donate one Kidney and live a healthy life with the remaining kidney. Part of a liver, lung or pancreas may also be donated by live people without any possible ill effects on their life or well being. Bone Marrow and blood can also be donated by a living person. (more…)
The extreme of bipolar disorder is depression. Depression is characterized by low mood, depressive thinking and physical or biological symptoms. Patients usually complain of low mood, frequent crying spells, lack of energy and loss of interest in daily activities. There is also lack of concentration in work and psychomotor retardation. Patients have pessimistic thinking about future and also have feelings of guilt, hopelessness and helplessness.
Different people have different perspectives about the world in general and they also have their own way of dealing with emotionally difficult situations. Some people find a way out from emotional distress and feel much relieved. They have better problem-solving skills and they are more likely to think rationally. They try to look at every problem with logic and rational reasoning and they come up with an effective solution to cope with such a difficult or emotionally distressing situation. Some people do not learn to express their painful feelings and emotions and they are more vulnerable to becoming addicted to self-destructive behavior such as self-harm and cutting. Such people are also termed as masochists. (more…)
‘There aren’t no such thing as wrong food’, says Sean Stewart in Perfect Circle (2004). This seems a phenomenon worth agreeing to if we consider the voluptuous foods of the present age and the generation’s passionate belongingness to them. No restaurant offers any dish which is not creamy, saucy or full of fats. Even the diet menus require frying drumsticks in oil or butter — and on that a pitcher of fizzy carbonated drink adds taste to the just-to-name-it diet menu.