In Defense of Animals: The Second Wave by Peter SingerBringing together new essays by philosophers and activists, In Defense of Animals: The Second Wave highlights the new challenges facing the animal rights movement.
Exciting new collection edited by controversial philosopher Peter Singer, who made animal rights into an international concern when he first published In Defence of Animals and Animal Liberation over thirty years ago
Essays explore new ways of measuring animal suffering, reassess the question of personhood, and draw highlight tales of effective advocacy
Lays out Ten Tips for Activists, taking the reader beyond ethical theory and into the day-to-day campaigns for animal rights
Heart to Heart about Men: Words of Encouragement for Women of Integrity
When you hear the phrase heart attack, chances are the image of a man clutching his chest immediately springs to mind. Knowing the signs could save your life. For women, symptoms of a heart attack often are more subtle compared to men's symptoms. Consequently, many women simply don't seek medical attention for what potentially is a life-threatening event. Despite the fact that more than 80 percent of women age 40 to 70 are at risk for heart disease, the field of cardiology generally doesn't treat men and women equally. For example:. In light of these disparities, women need to be heart smart as well as fierce advocates for their own health.
But this is actually a scientific fact. They are very different from each other in terms of size too. It is also less durable in an attack! More palpitations Women have a looser valve structure. Heart valve disorders and complaints of palpitations are more frequent.
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1. Women’s hearts and arteries are smaller.
Man Man - "Head On (Hold On To Your Heart)"
He has made everything beautiful in its time. God is the creator. Not only did he make everything , he made it all beautiful in its time. The idea of "beautiful" here means "appropriate. God has made everything for its appropriate purpose.
Men and women will always have their differences, but did you know these differences also extend to our hearts? In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease accounts for about one in every four female deaths in the country. That includes a healthy lifestyle, medications, or surgery. Also, chest pain is the most common heart attack symptom for both sexes. Male hormones testosterone enlarge arteries, while estrogen and progesterone in women make them smaller. Smaller vessels may also contribute to migraines and other inflammatory diseases. Women might have blockage in one or two, but these deposits tend to be softer, making it more likely to dislodge and travel in the blood stream, potentially causing a heart attack.