Heart Essay Topics

Poems of John Donne

In contrast to “The Flea”, Donne uses metaphors in “The Broken Heart” in order to show his true bitterness towards love. As J. B. Leishman tells us “At one time, then, he really thought that there was such a thing as true love and faithfulness in woman, that them was something in the chivalrous devotion… View Article

Comparison between The Tell-tale Heart

The Tell-Tale Heart was written by Edgar Allan Poe in 1843. Famous for his scary novels Poe’s most famous work was the short story, The Tell-Tale Heart which depicts an anonymous narrator as he carries out his plan to murder a helpless old man. Misery was written by Stephen King in 1987 and it follows… View Article

Cardiovascular Endurance of the Genders Question

Cardiovascular Endurance of the Genders Question- Does weight and differences of age have to do with different heart rates and recovery times with the step test experiment? Independent Variable Pre- Exercise Heart Rate Dependent Variables 1. Post- Exercise Heart rate 2. Change in heart rate 3. Recovery Time Hypothesis – If a subject being tested… View Article

The ultimate guide to a woman’s heart

Dear Dr. Cortez: I had read your book, The Ultimate Guide to a Woman’s Heart and have found it to be quite helpful. As an example of the “typical male” mentioned in your book, I had been insensitive to the feelings of the women who I have had relationships with and I now realize the… View Article

Vandetta and Tell -Tale Heart

This study involves two stories- ‘A Vandetta’ and ‘The Tell-Tale Heart’, in which the characters believe that they should get rid of the causes of trouble to them in order to have peace. This study compares similarities and differences between the two essays. 2. 0 Summary of ‘a Vandetta’ Paolo Saverini’s widow lived with her… View Article

Organizational Analysis Paper of the American Heart Association

I will be discussing in detail the creation and reasons of the American Heart Association, it’s importance, the functions and responsibilities of the American Heart Association, the stakeholders’ impact towards the American Heart Association and what are the affects as a stakeholder. Keywords: American Heart Association, functions, responsibilities, stakeholders Birth of the American Heart Association… View Article

Alcohol consumption

Drinking too much – on a single occasion or over time – can take a serious toll on your health. Here’s how alcohol can affect your body: Brain: Alcohol interferes with the brain’s communication pathways, and can affect the way the brain looks and works. These disruptions can change mood and behavior, and make it… View Article

The Cost of Coronary Heart Disease to Society

“Coronary heart disease (CHD), also called coronary artery disease (CAD), is when the vessels supplying blood and oxygen to your heart become narrow or constricted⑺” The main causes are: Smoking cigarettes – Cigarette smoking is a major cause of strokes. High blood pressure – Can put strain on your heart and can lead to CHD…. View Article

Electrical and electrochemical activities of heart

Heart is the chief organ of body it can be defined as “The hollow muscular organ its rhythmic retrenchment flows blood all the way throughout the body”. (Heart electrical) Natural pace maker is established in human heart, this pace maker start working from right atria and ventricle it stimulates their muscles. Sinoarterial node SAN is… View Article

Human Heart

The human heart is by far one of the most vital organs of the body. It has a mass that ranges from 250 grams to 350 grams. Its contraction and expansion results in 2000 gallons of blood being pumped through the body’s blood vessels per day. It’s located in the middle of the chest protected… View Article

The Cask of Amontillado vs. the Tell-Tale Heart

The Tell-Tale Heart and The Cask Of Amontillado, both written by Edgar Allan Poe in the 18th century, are two tales that shows how Poe focused on the dark and mysterious. Both stories being written by the same author has a few similarities however there are also some differences. The narrator of The Tell-Tale Heart… View Article

Congestive Heart Disease

The main function of a healthy heart is to ensure proper blood flow throughout the body and supplying all the organs with the nutrients that are necessary for survival. Congestive heart failure (CHF) is also known as Congestive heart disease, but for this paper we will use failure, Consistent with the research. Congestive heart failure… View Article

Health Prevention of Heart Disease for Plano Texas

Due to the increase risk for Heart disease in Plano, the population is Risk for developing Hypertension which in turn could result in decreased cardiac output, activity intolerance, imbalanced nutrition by taking more than body requirements, and a learning deficient in regarding condition, treatment plan to include, diet, exercise, follow up, Untreated Hypertension potentially puts… View Article

Congested Heart Failure Case Study

History: Martha Wilmington, a 74-year-old woman with a history of rheumatic fever while in her twenties, presented to her physician with complaints of increasing shortness of breath (“dyspnea”) upon exertion. She also noted that the typical swelling she’s had in her ankles for years has started to get worse over the past two months, making… View Article

Heart Attack

The heart is a large, hollow organ made of muscle that has four chambers: 2 upper chambers and 2 lower chambers. The upper chambers take in blood, while the lower chambers pump out blood through your whole body. A network of arteries and veins help to carry the blood throughout your body. Your heartbeat is… View Article