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  1. Your second picture "how"
    Flowchart 2. One click Arrange the elements in places so that they create a logical flowchart, and then record the resulting solution for the "how" problem. My decision is given in the appendix on p. 373. You can see that in this example we often use the concepts "if" and "then": if Tom is hungry, then we feed him; If we want to help the client increase its market share, then we should
  2. Picture 5: "how" - flowchart
    Our brain loves to build models of the world around us. The world is a rather complex place, and the presence of mental models helps us navigate through it. In fact, the only way we live every day of life is to use simple intuitive models (in order to live, I must eat), combined with models developed by our brain in childhood (if I
  3. How can we draw "human" pictures for business?
    So, approaching the end of our seminar, let's talk about something that is never discussed at business meetings. Throw away your presentation pages with clearly marked and boring lists of questions and show them hand-drawn pictures instead. And even better - draw these pictures right at the meeting. Forward! Meetings and meetings should not be predictably boring *! * Say this
  4. Question 5 First aid for false croup
    Complication of ARI, called false croup, is now common, mainly in children from 6 months to 4 years. Especially in industrial cities, "smothered" by smog. Especially in spring or autumn. For a false groin, there are three main symptoms: the voice changes - it becomes hoarse, hoarse, to utter soundlessness, cough - very rough, resembling barking, breathing becomes noisy,
  5. CONVERSATION ONE. HOW WE READ
    CONVERSATION ONE. LIKE US
  6. QUESTIONS FOR CONTROL
    On what are the health systems of K. Cooper and P.M. Amosov? 2. What are the healing possibilities of static yoga gymnastics? How do specific asanas affect the physiological functions of the body? 3. What are the physiological bases of hardening and its types? 4. What are the rules for performing a traditional massage? 5. What possibilities does acupressure have?
  7. Questions for repetition
    What, in your opinion, is the uniqueness of Indian civilization and how does it resemble other ancient civilizations? Point to the medical and pharmacological aspects of the religion of the first Indo-Europeans (using such monuments of their literature as "Vedas", "Avesta"). Why did Buddhism originate in India, but over time this religion was forced out of its borders? Why did Buddhism become the first world religion?
  8. Questions for repetition
    What is the uniqueness of the natural conditions for the birth of Egyptian civilization? How has Egypt earned the international glory of the guardian of the profound wisdom of millennia? What technologies of material production provided in ancient times and in the Middle Ages a high quality and therefore a long-range import of Egyptian goods? Why did the Egyptians build the pyramids and how did this construction affect the
  9. Questions for repetition
    When and where in the history of mankind do medicine and pharmacy arise? What do archeology and ethnography tell us about the diseases of ancient people? How did our ancestors fight the dangers to their health and illnesses? Show the medical and pharmacological side of the early forms of religion - animism, fetishism, totemism and magic. Determine the ratio of rational and fantastic in znaharian medicine.
  10. Questions for self-preparation
    for students of day and correspondence courses of specialty 271200 "Technology of food products" 1. Hygiene and sanitation as a science and its importance. Legal and regulatory framework. 2. State Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance. Structure and functions of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare. 3. The state
  11. Questions for self-examination
    The causes of depopulation processes in Russia. 2. The level of health of children and adults. 3. Indicators of fertility, average life expectancy, age-related mortality, natural population growth. Life expectancy of men and women. 4. Structure of causes of mortality. 5. The level of incidence in the country is the most important non-epidemic, infectious and parasitic
  12. Questions for self-examination
    Definition of the concept of "lifestyle". The impact of lifestyle, its level, quality, style and way of life on human health. 2. The concept of a healthy lifestyle. Fundamental principles, priority directions, factors and components of HLS. 3. The role of a healthy lifestyle of a person in reproduction, formation, preservation, consumption, restoration of health. 4. The value of a healthy lifestyle in prevention
  13. Questions for self-examination
    Human health is a complex nonequilibrium, biological, psychological, socio-cultural and natural-space system of an open type. Ideas of synergetics in determining the essence of individual health. The role of general human culture in the formation of a value attitude to one's own health. 2. Traditional notions of a culture of health as part of a common human culture that
  14. Questions for repetition
    What place did the elements of medicine and pharmacy occupy as part of ancient cultures and civilizations? Why did the first Earth civilizations arise in the Middle East? How did the transition of some regions of the Earth from the primitive system to early civilization affect the art of healing? Which of the peaceful and military occupations of the ancient inhabitants of Mesopotamia contributed to the development of their medical and pharmacy knowledge and
  15. QUESTIONS FOR SELF-CONTROL
    The concept of asphyxia of newborns. 2. Epidemiology of asphyxia of newborns. 3. Terminology used in cardiorespiratory depression in newborns. 4. What are the causes of acute hypoxia of the newborn. 5. Highlight the main risk factors for intrapartum acute asphyxia of the newborn. 6. What are the main mechanisms that lead to acute asphyxia of newborns.
  16. QUESTIONS FOR SELF-RECOVERY
    QUESTIONS FOR
  17. Questions for self-examination
    Doctrine of health. Modern ideas about health. Health in the hierarchy of values ​​of the individual, family, collective, society, state (in Russia, Western Europe, America). 2. Definition of individual health from holistic positions. 3. Levels of individual health (physical, spiritual, spiritual), their interdependence and interconnectedness with a determining role
  18. Questions for self-examination
    Biological, physiological and psychological effects of alcohol on humans. The role of endogenous alcohol in the physiological functioning of the body. 2. Influence of small doses of alcohol on the functioning of the leading systems of the human body. 3. The effect of exogenous alcohol on the germ cells of men, women, on the fetal development of the embryo and fetus. Alcohol and motherhood.
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