Why it's time to lay the stereotype of the 'teen brain’ to rest 2. part b: which detail from the text best supports the answer to part a? a “brain deficits don’t make teens do risky things; lack of experience and a drive to explore the world are the real factors.” (paragraph 1) b “according to this theory, the prefrontal cortex, the center of the brain’s cognitive-control system, matures more slowly than the limbic system, which governs desires and appetites including drives for food and sex.” (paragraph 5) c “in experiments that mimic the well-known marshmallow test, in which waiting for a bigger reward is a sign of self-control, adolescents are less impulsive than children and only slightly more so than adults.” (paragraph 12) d “the majority of adolescents do not die in car crashes, become victims of homicide or suicide, experience major depression, become addicted to drugs or contract sexually transmitted infections.” (paragraph 14)
The turkey heading for slaughter asking about health care critiques current healthcare systems.
D. The turkey heading for slaughter asking about health care critiques current healthcare systems.
The turkeys are a portrayal of the mass, the populace subject to social insurance. In the U.S., social insurance is costly, and individuals younger than 65 are relied upon to pay for restorative administrations, frequently depending on private medical coverages to give some inclusion. While numerous nations have a national arrangement of wellbeing.
General medical coverage in America does not offer much inclusion, which means individuals are left to battle for themselves if there should arise in case of need.
The answer is D: The turkey heading for slaughter asking about health care critiques current healthcare systems.
i think bigger bottomto keep balance
In this cartoon by Signe Wilkinson, turkeys are lined up. One of the turkeys asks the other 'How's your health care?'
The turkeys are a representation of the mass, the population dependent on health care. In the U.S., health care is expensive, and people under the age of 65 are expected to pay for medical services, often relying on private health insurances to provide some coverage. While many countries have a national system of health, such as Brazil - which has the Sistema Único de Saúde (SUS) - the U.S. offers its Medicare program to a very specific part of the population.
Public health insurance in America does not offer much coverage, meaning people are left to fend for themselves in case of necessity.
The answer is, thus, the last option: The turkey heading for slaughter asking about health care critiques current healthcare systems.
it is true big brain
the bigger bottom area is much better
Explanation:as the area exposed to the water inc the friction force between it and water molecules inc so its stability increases although you might think at the first time that its velocity decreases by increasing of the area of bottom but actually if there is not a huge difference in the bottom area it will not be a huge difference in velocities as the water viscosity is very low so it is better to use bigger bottom area
the last one
it is The turkey heading for slaughter asking about health care critiques current healthcare systems. and that is the last one
The satire is conveyed by the fact that the characters are turkeys heading for slaughter asking about health care, as a critique of current healthcare systems.
The irony is that they are walking to a farm, where they are expecting to be well taken care of, when actually that's where they will be killed for a resource (their meat). The cartoonist's intent is probably to denounce the fact that in the U.S., healthcare is so expensive for the more vulnerable people (like the elderly) that they feel like when they enter a hospital, they have no choice but to surrender their resources for medical care.
It could also be a metaphor: the farmers care very little about their turkeys' healthcare because it costs too much considering they will be slaughtered anyway, the same way the government does not prioritize spending on health coverage for its citizens.