1) Statistics in the News. Keep your eyes and ears open as you read or listen to the news this week. Find/discover an example of statistics in the news to discuss the following statement that represents one of the objectives of statistics analysis: “Statistics helps us make decisions based on data analysis.” Briefly discuss how the news item or article meets this objective. Cite your references. 1) Discussion 2) Discussion 3) Discussion 2) Skeletal System Have you ever broken a bone? After reading this chapter, you should understand how that bone healed! What are the steps in repair of broken bones? How is this process similar (or different) to the normal growth of bone? 1) Discussion 2) Discussion 3) Discussion 3) Muscular System In Week 2, we saw how cells of similar size, shape, and function form tissues. As a tissue, muscle is very diverse! Let’s kick off our study of muscles by discussing the subtypes of muscle tissue, beginning with smooth muscle. Where do we find this muscle tissue, how does it contract, and what are its defining characteristics? In what ways are smooth muscles working in your body right now? 1) Discussion 2) Discussion 3) Discussion
You need to write only four question answer which is given below. It must be in your own words. Integumentary System Worksheet Name: Review Integumentary System Case study I and II. After completing the case studies answer the following questions. Submit your answers as a word document to the Week 2 dropbox. Feel free to use your text and other resources for this assignment BUT all answers must be in your own words and sources should be properly cited. Answers that are cut and pasted will result in a zero for this assignment. 1. Describe the different types of skin cancers, including the type of cells they arise from and the appearance of the lesions. 2. What is the most common risk factor for skin cancer and how can we protect ourselves from skin cancer? 3. How is the blister on Frank’s foot is similar to a burn? Distinguish between first second and third degree burns. 4. What are the two major risk factors associated with burns?