Lab 4

Logical Argument

Before 1994, diabetes in children was generally caused by a genetic disorder — only about 5 percent of childhood cases were obesity-related, or Type 2, diabetes. Today, according to the National Institutes of Health, Type 2 diabetes accounts for at least 30 percent of all new childhood cases of diabetes in this country.

Then I got lucky. I went to college, joined the Navy Reserves and got involved with a health magazine. I learned how to manage my diet. But most of the teenagers who live, as I once did, on a fast-food diet won’t turn their lives around: They’ve crossed under the golden arches to a likely fate of lifetime obesity. And the problem isn’t just theirs — it’s all of ours.

Pathetic Argument

I grew up as a typical mid-1980’s latchkey kid. My parents were split up, my dad off trying to rebuild his life, my mom working long hours to make the monthly bills. Lunch and dinner, for me, was a daily choice between McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Kentucky Fried Chicken or Pizza Hut. Then as now, these were the only available options for an American kid to get an affordable meal. By age 15, I had packed 212 pounds of torpid teenage tallow on my once lanky 5-foot-10 frame.

Ethical Argument

And I’d say the industry is vulnerable. Fast-food companies are marketing to children a product with proven health hazards and no warning labels. They would do well to protect themselves, and their customers, by providing the nutrition information people need to make informed choices about their products. Without such warnings, we’ll see more sick, obese children and more angry, litigious parents. I say, let the deep-fried chips fall where they may.

Analogy Argument

If ever there were a newspaper headline custom-made for Jay Leno’s monologue, this was it. Kids taking on McDonald’s this week, suing the company for making them fat. Isn’t that like middle-aged men suing Porsche for making them get speeding tickets?

Part Seven

As a student nurse who is working in the women’s pavilion, postpartum unit in royal Victoria Hospital, I am observing and caring for the lots of mothers with different age, culture, ethic and values. They may give birth to their first baby or second but the only common concern for them is baby’s nutrition and baby’s weight. I’d say most of them choose breastfeeding with all the difficulties that they may have for the first time. Without any doubt starting feeding a baby after the stress and anxiety that caused by labour and delivery process could not be an easy intervention for mother. Frustration, changing the hormones level in the body, thinking about baby’s future and her multi roles and much more other affecting things are causes for them to become……..


lab 3

Part One

The writer I brought in today is Jane Austen who is the one of the most prominent comic writer in literary style who relies on a combination of irony and realism. She described her feelings and characters of ordinary life with a harsh judge of the society that she lived. In her novels she presents her views via her characters and their actions with witty, wise narration.

Part two

I was born in the country with lots of limitation, interference of religious in politic, and conservatism political ideology with more emphasized on tradition, authority and less equality. During my school age, I could see the people who was happy with that situation and tried to be on their way and in contrast


  • Why Breastfeeding is important?
  • How does the mother can prepare for breastfeeding?
  • Why some moms don’t feed their baby by her breast milk?
  • Breast or bottle?
  • Can I breastfeed in public?

Question #1


  • How the mom who is smoker and consume alcohol can does it?
  • Can I combine breast and formula feeding? How?
  • What is pumping of breast’s milk and how can I do?
  • What can a mom does when the baby diagnosed with lactose intolerance?
  • How can avoid saggy breasts syndrome after nursing the child?
  • What are the breastfeeding advantages for mothers?