This essay focuses on a public health emergency. To help you answer this question, analyze the strengths and/or weaknesses in Taylor’s claims. In order to develop your argument, please use evidence from – that is, quote from – at least two sources:
For this essay, please answer the following question: Do you agree with Taylor that tech use is an epidemic and should be declare a emergency? To help you answer this question, analyze the strengths and/or weaknesses in Taylor’s claims. In order to develop your argument, please use evidence from – that is, quote from – at least two sources: “Should Tech Use be Declare a Health Emergency?” by Jim Taylor, and one other source you found on your own. Each body paragraph should have roughly 1-2 quotes, and it should be clear in your discussion how your evidence supports your thesis. Try to synthesize your sources by discussing multiple articles in each body paragraph. Think of it as you’re using the source you found to either support or refute Taylor’s claims.
the medical drama and action-adventure genres. It was a joint production of Mark VII Limited and Universal Television. It debut on NBC as a midseason replacement on January 15, 1972, replacing the two short-live situation comedy series The Partners and The Good Life, and ran for a total of 122 episodes until May 28, 1977, with six additional two-hour television films during the next two years.
The series stars Randolph Mantooth and Kevin Tighe as two rescuers, who work as paramedics and firefighters in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The duo form Squad 51, a medical and rescue unit of the Los Angeles County Fire Department. They work in concert with the fictional Rampart General Hospital medical staff (portray by Robert Fuller, Julie London and Bobby Troup), and with the firefighter engine company at Station 51.
who had also created the police dramas Adam-12 and Dragnet. Harold Jack Bloom is also credited as a creator; Webb does not receive screen credit as a creator. In the show’s original TV-movie pilot, Webb was credit only as its director. However, the series aimed to be much more realistic than it predecessors as it portray emergency medical services (EMS). Pioneering EMS leader James O. Page serve as a technical advisor, and the two main actors underwent some paramedic training.
The series aired at a time when ambulance coverage in t