Can a person increase their metabolic rate or is that something set for a given person's genetics? How does exercise play into this?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 8:54 pm ad1c9bdddf
Metabolic rate is the rate by which you convert energy stores into working energy in your body. In other words, it's how fast your "whole system" runs. The metabolic rate is controlled by a number of factors, including: muscle mass (the greater your muscle mass, the greater your metabolic rate), calorie intake, and exercise. A person can increase his metabolic rate and its not much correlated with genetics of the person. In some cases, people inherit slow metabolic rate but not always. We can still increase our metabolic rate.
A person can ...
Metabolic rate is the rate by which you convert energy stores into working energy in your body. In other words, it's how fast your "whole system" runs.
Healthcare: Emerging Ethical Issues
Select an emerging issue that will pose new ethical dilemmas for healthcare. For example, technology integration, innovation testing, genetic mapping, stem cell research, etc.
1. Using APA format, analyze whether global competition affects U.S. healthcare policy?
2. For example, stem cell research in Europe but not here, how will that affect our economy and our health care options?
3. Also indicate, how the U.S. should handle licensing and liability issues for clinicians practicing telemedicine across state or national borders.
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