Genes, 11(5), 516.

Annotate the following article in 1-2 paragraphs
Llanaj, E., Pikó, P., Nagy, K., Rácz, G., János, S., Kósa, Z., Fiatal, S., & Ádány, R. (2020). Applicability of Obesity-Related SNPs and Their Effect Size Measures Defined on Populations with European Ancestry for Genetic Risk Estimation among Roma. Genes, 11(5), 516. https://doi.org/10.3390/genes11050516

Identify four genes as novel susceptibility loci for early-onset type 2 diabetes mellitus, metabolic syndrome, or hyperuricemia.

Annotate the given article in 1-2 paragraphs
Yamada, Y., Kato, K., Oguri, M., Horibe, H., Fujimaki, T., Yasukochi, Y., Takeuchi, I., & Sakuma, J. (2018). Identify four genes as novel susceptibility loci for early-onset type 2 diabetes mellitus, metabolic syndrome, or hyperuricemia. Biomedical Reports. https://doi.org/10.3892/br.2018.1105

Snp-based genetic risk score modeling suggests no increased genetic susceptibility of the roma population to type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Annotate the given article in 1-2 paragraphs
Werissa, N. A., Piko, P., Fiatal, S., Kosa, Z., Sandor, J., & Adany, R. (2019). SNP-Based Genetic Risk Score Modeling Suggests No Increased Genetic Susceptibility of the Roma Population to Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Genes, 10(11), 942. https://doi.org/10.3390/genes10110942

Impact of genetic factors on the age of onset for type 2 diabetes mellitus in addition to the conventional risk factors.

Annotate the given article in 1-2 paragraphs
Piko, P., Werissa, N. A., Fiatal, S., Sandor, J., & Adany, R. (2021). Impact of Genetic Factors on the Age of Onset for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Addition to the Conventional Risk Factors. Journal of Personalized Medicine, 11(1), 6. https://doi.org/10.3390/jpm11010006

What are examples of barriers that individuals may face when it comes to accessing healthcare?

please do each part in different decument
part one
Introduction
There are 4 different “moral arguments” that help to explain views on healthcare provision. Below is a brief definition of each.
Utilitarian moral argument: to maximize the good and minimize the bad.
Egalitarian moral argument: to act on the principle that all people are created equal.
Contractarian moral argument: to act on the value of fairness (without bias).
Libertarian moral argument: to act on the value of freedom.
Your Tasks
TASK 1- ORIGINAL POST
Please respond to the following questions:How would you explain access to healthcare and healthcare coverage as an individual’s right?You will need specify at least one of the above moral arguments in answering this question. (10 points, 3 for specifying and explaining at least one moral argument)
In what ways is healthcare a privilege (whether actual or perceived)? (6 points)
The post must be at least 250 words. (2 points)
Include at least 1 outside reference, cited in APA format. This reference needs to be cited both in-text and at the end of the post in a reference list. (2points)
TASK 2- PEER RESPONSE
Respond to at least 2 classmate’s posts. Discuss whether you agree or disagree with their opinion. Additionally, discuss the similarities and differences between your use and their use of moral arguments. (10 points)
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our Tasks
TASK 1
Please watch the TedTalk, “What the US health care system assumes about you”.
TASK 2
Please answer the following questions:
What were your thoughts regarding the TedTalk? (5 points)
What are some ‘assumptions’ that were mentioned in the video? (5 points)
What are examples of barriers that individuals may face when it comes to accessing healthcare? (5 points)
In your opinion, what are some strategies that can be implemented within the healthcare system in order to better meet the needs of low-income patients? (5 points)

Archives of medical science, 16(1), 34–41.

Annotate the following article in 1-2 paragraphs
Barkai, L., Kiss, Z., Rokszin, G., Abonyi-Tóth, Z., Jermendy, G., Wittmann, I., & Kempler, P. (2020). Changes in the incidence and prevalence of type 1 and type 2 diabetes among 2 million children and adolescents in Hungary between 2001 and 2016 – a nationwide population-based study. Archives of Medical Science, 16(1), 34–41. https://doi.org/10.5114/aoms.2019.88406

What were your thoughts regarding the tedtalk?

please do each part in different decument
part one
Introduction
There are 4 different “moral arguments” that help to explain views on healthcare provision. Below is a brief definition of each.
Utilitarian moral argument: to maximize the good and minimize the bad.
Egalitarian moral argument: to act on the principle that all people are created equal.
Contractarian moral argument: to act on the value of fairness (without bias).
Libertarian moral argument: to act on the value of freedom.
Your Tasks
TASK 1- ORIGINAL POST
Please respond to the following questions:How would you explain access to healthcare and healthcare coverage as an individual’s right?You will need specify at least one of the above moral arguments in answering this question. (10 points, 3 for specifying and explaining at least one moral argument)
In what ways is healthcare a privilege (whether actual or perceived)? (6 points)
The post must be at least 250 words. (2 points)
Include at least 1 outside reference, cited in APA format. This reference needs to be cited both in-text and at the end of the post in a reference list. (2points)
TASK 2- PEER RESPONSE
Respond to at least 2 classmate’s posts. Discuss whether you agree or disagree with their opinion. Additionally, discuss the similarities and differences between your use and their use of moral arguments. (10 points)
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.part two
our Tasks
TASK 1
Please watch the TedTalk, “What the US health care system assumes about you”.
TASK 2
Please answer the following questions:
What were your thoughts regarding the TedTalk? (5 points)
What are some ‘assumptions’ that were mentioned in the video? (5 points)
What are examples of barriers that individuals may face when it comes to accessing healthcare? (5 points)
In your opinion, what are some strategies that can be implemented within the healthcare system in order to better meet the needs of low-income patients? (5 points)

Gangrene (dry describe the condition, signs and symptoms of the condition, management (both from a physical therapy and general medical management perspective), expected outcomes with physical therapy.

Gangrene (Dry describe the condition, signs and symptoms of the condition, management (both from a physical therapy and general medical management perspective), expected outcomes with physical therapy.

Describe the condition, signs and symptoms of the condition, management (both from a physical therapy and general medical management perspective), expected outcomes with physical therapy.

describe the condition, signs and symptoms of the condition, management (both from a physical therapy and general medical management perspective), expected outcomes with physical therapy.