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  1. Does and Donots Anita Walther

  2. Background Information – What the heck???!!!! • Urinary Excretion Kinetics of 3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA, Ecstasy) and Its Phase I and Phase II Metabolites in Humans following Controlled MDMA Administration • Do you even know what it’s saying?? If you don’t then you should reword it into YOUR own vocabulary.

  3. Too much information… • Scabies facts • Scabies is an itchy, highly contagious skin condition caused by an infestation by the itch mite Sarcoptesscabiei. • Direct skin-to-skin contact is the mode of transmission. • A severe and relentless itch is the predominant symptom of scabies. • Sexual contact is the most common form of transmission among sexually active young people, and scabies has been considered by many to be a sexually transmitted disease (STD). • Scabies produces a skin rash composed of small red bumps and blisters and affects specific areas of the body. • Treatment includes oral or topical scabicidal drugs. • What is scabies? • Scabies is an itchy, highly contagious skin disease caused by an infestation by the itchmiteSarcoptesscabiei. Mites are small eight-legged parasites (in contrast to insects, which have six legs). They are tiny, just 1/3 millimeter long, and burrow into the skin to produce intenseitching, which tends to be worse at night. The mites that infest humans are female and are 0.3 mm-0.4 mm long; the males are about half this size. Scabies mites can be seen with a magnifying glass or microscope. The scabies mites crawl but are unable to fly or jump. They are immobile at temperatures below 20 C, although they may survive for prolonged periods at these temperatures. • Scabies infestation occurs worldwide and is very common. It has been estimated that worldwide, about 300 million cases occur each year. Human scabies has been reported for over 2,500 years. Scabies has been reported to occur in epidemics in nursing homes, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and other institutions. In the U.S., it is seen frequently in the homeless population but occurs episodically in other populations of all socioeconomic groups as well. • How do you get scabies? • Direct skin-to-skin contact is the mode of transmission. Scabies mites are very sensitive to their environment. They can only live off of a host body for 24-36 hours under most conditions. Transmission of the mites involves close person-to-person contact of the skin-to-skin variety. It is hard, if not impossible, to catch scabies by shaking hands, hanging your coat next to someone who has it, or even sharing bedclothes that had mites in them the night before. Sexual physical contact, however, can transmit the disease. In fact, sexual contact is the most common form of transmission among sexually active young people, and scabies has been considered by many to be asexually transmitted disease (STD). However, other forms of physical contact, such as mothers hugging their children, are sufficient to spread the mites. Over time, close friends and relatives can contract it this way, too. School settings typically do not provide the level of prolonged personal contact necessary for transmission of the mites. • Can you catch scabies from a dog or cat? • Dogs and cats are infected by different types of mites than those which infect humans. Animals are not a source of spread of human scabies. Scabies on dogs is called mange. When canine or feline mites land on human skin, they fail to thrive and produce only a mild itch that goes away on its own. This is unlike human scabies which gets worse and worse unless the condition is treated. • Why squeeze TMI on one slide if no one can read it?

  4. Too hard to read… This can be so hard to read. Why would you choose to write on a background when it can’t be read through it. This makes it extremely frustrating to the audience because they can not read it.

  5. Typoes R iritating… • When yoyu don’t cheek how you spell your words, it does not look inteligence. • Their is a spell cheek on the computer, but be carful because sometimes it corrects incorectly. • Have someone else revew your material to cheek yur spelling, gramer and punkuashun.

  6. Busy backgrounds are obnoxious… When you have a background that’s really busy, it’s hard to read the information that is written on top of it. It’s very distracting to try reading it.

  7. Watch that font…. • Although it may be pretty, and you REALLY like it, fancy fonts can be obnoxious and difficult to read… • Also, some colors are VERY hard to read….

  8. The Race to the finish • The correctly written sentence uses good punctuation grammar and spelling with lots of commas periods and semicolons and using homophones properly as well as using the correct term because if you dont it will sound like you are ignorant and you do not want to sound unintelligent either

  9. animation • Although animation can be fun, it should be used with caution. • Excessive animation or dramatic changes can be annoying and obnoxious. • It’s okay to have statements appear on command, but be wary of the exciting changes or background sounds.

  10. Work (NOT) Cited • • • • THIS IS NOT a correctly cited page!! • Search engines (google, bing, dogpatch) are not SOURCES. When you find the webpage, you can use a citation maker online to have the URL changed into a correctly cited source.