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The following are guidelines for the informational write-up: The information sho

The following are guidelines for the informational write-up: The information should be in complete sentences. A minimum of 2 pages of text in the body of the paper (not including Literature Cited page); 12 font; double-spaced. Written in scientific format (APA formatting is preferred). This includes using citations in the body of the paper. All information is to be paraphrased, and proper credit should be given to the original author(s). Use no more than 2 quotes. No less than 5 references, to be cited on the Literature Cited page at the end. You may use your textbook as one of the references. All of the required references must be current (within the last 5 years if possible). Please do not use Wikipedia or any similar website. Additional references (other than the 5 current scientific) can be from any timeframe. Make sure to use reputable sources. The Literature Cited page should be a separate page. You are to have an Introduction, a Discussion, and a Conclusion. Be sure to include these 3 titles. In the Introduction, include a brief summary of the chosen topic and highlight areas you will introduce in the Discussion. In the Discussion, please provide more specific details than in your brochure on the metabolic and physiological effects of the condition and treatment options starting at the cellular level and ending with the organismal level. Also, be sure to discuss any physiological ramifications (i.e. side effects) of the treatment at the point of action. In the Conclusion, you will want to provide a brief review of any developing research, tests, or treatments for the condition to wrap up the informational write-up. List of Topics: Skin: Basal cell carcinoma Malignant melanoma Acne Albinism Hives Muscles: Muscular dystrophy Myasthenia gravis Rhabdomyolysis Bones: Acromegaly Osteogenesis imperfect Osteomalacia Paget’s disease Joints: Osteoarthritis Gout Rheumatoid arthritis Nervous System: Anxiety Depression Parkinson’s Disease Alzheimer’s Disease Dysautonomia Multiple sclerosis Epilepsy Sciatica Eye: Astigmatism Myopia Presbyopia Conjunctivitis Strabismus Glaucoma Cataract Ear: Otitis media Meniere’s disease Otosclerosis Tinnitus Mouth/Tongue: Oral cancer Geographic tongue Xerostomia