Cultural Paper Due at Midnight Tonight 12/05/21! Suggestions for title would be greatly appreciated

2021.12.05 18:13 SoManyQuestions562 Cultural Paper Due at Midnight Tonight 12/05/21! Suggestions for title would be greatly appreciated

Hello! I would greatly appreciate any help reviewing my nursing cultural paper. It is APA 7 format due tonight at midnight. Thank you!!
According to Budman and Ruiz, from 2000 to 2019 the Asian population in the United States has almost doubled and is forecasted to exceed 46 million by 2060. As of 2021, 24% of the Asian population in the U.S. is of Chinese origin (2021). The United States is a diverse cultural melting pot and as such, many different beliefs and practices exist within the confines of the country’s borders. As it pertains to general obstetric practices in the U.S., Western medicine utilizes evidence-based practice to guide the nutritional needs of the mother and fetus from conception to postpartum. Many Americans follow Western medicine’s recommendations but may incorporate their cultural customs in this particular health maintenance. One culture, in particular, traditional Chinese medicine, utilizes the two energy concepts: “qi” and “yin and yang” to guide a healthy pregnancy and birth (Hafner, n.d.; Jiang et al., 2016). This paper focuses on both Western and traditional Chinese practices related to maternal antepartum and postpartum nutrition, and culturally competent nursing care. Although the approaches and recommendations differ greatly, the desired outcomes of care by both schools of thought are the same: to restore maternal health and promote optimal health outcomes for the mother-infant dyad.
Western obstetric practices emphasize the importance of nutritional balance, sufficient caloric intake, and prenatal vitamin supplementation following evidence-based research. Mothers are encouraged to receive adequate rest, fluids, and a well-balanced diet with a focus on the essential food groups and caloric intake as directed by the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (CNPP) Dietary Guidelines for Americans better known as My Plate. Western medicine provides evidence-based nutritional recommendations for pregnant women, such as increasing energy intake during the second trimester by 340 calories and 452 calories during the third trimester above the normal caloric intake of the woman when not pregnant. The pregnant woman should also consume 64 to 80 oz of fluids, 6 to 6.5 oz of protein, 3 to 3.5 cups of vegetables, 7 to 9 oz of whole grains, 2 cups of fruits, and 3 cups of dairy daily while pregnant (Murray et al., 2019, p. 176). During the postpartum period, breastfeeding mothers’ daily caloric intake should increase by 330 calories during the first six months and 440 calories for the next 6 months after that (Murray et al., 2019, p. 171). Additional supplementation may be recommended. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), for example, all women of reproductive age should take 400 mcg of folic acid daily, on top of eating a variety of foods rich in folate to help reduce the risk of developing some major birth defects of the baby’s spine and brain (2021). Recommendations are given based on promoting optimal health and outcomes for the mother and fetus. While Western medicine focuses on specific maternal dietary intake of macronutrients, vitamins, and minerals, traditional Chinese obstetric practices focus on restoring maternal energy balance with no regard for food consumption based on nutritional needs.
The foundation for traditional Chinese medicine practices can be traced back to two energy theory concepts: Qi (“vital energy” or “vital forces” in the body) and yin and yang (opposing forces that must be in harmony to maintain the homeostasis of an individual’s energy). These energy theories and their associated practices extend to every facet of health, including women’s health and pregnancy (Hafner, n.d.). According to Kimberly Li, a second-generation Chinese-American, Chinese tradition states that when a man and woman conceive, their energies combine to create a new life form. In doing so, the energy of the mother is disrupted and no longer in balance. Following tradition, the mother follows the theory of yin and yang energy to rebalance her energy or “qi” (personal communication, December 2, 2021). Despite these customs continuing for centuries there does not appear to be research to support the practice of balancing yin and yang and its effect on pregnancy and postpartum outcomes.
The traditional Chinese dietary intake of women during the antepartum and postpartum period is guided by the objective of restoring the “energy balance” of opposing “yin and yang” forces. Traditional Chinese practices dictate that the pregnant woman should consume cold foods (yin energy) because this period is considered “hot” for the mother and characterized by a “yin deficiency,” therefore eating “cold” foods will help restore maternal energy homeostasis. Examples of cold foods consumed during this period include “sour foods, fruits, noodles, spinach, and mung beans.” Some foods that are thermally cold, but are avoided during this period include fish, excessive sodium, and rice. Also, foods that would exacerbate the internal “hotness” of pregnancy, such as alcohol and spicy foods, are avoided (Murray et al., 2019, pp. 164-166).
The first 30 days after giving birth is known as Zuo Yue Zi, which in English translates to “Sitting the Month” or “Doing the Month,” as the labor and delivery process is one marked by energy depletion and significant blood loss (Köhler et al., 2018). Zuo Yue Zi involves lifestyle and nutritional guidelines that focus on preventing further heat loss and illness, providing warmth, and restoring maternal health (Murray et al., 2019, pp. 164-166; Oh, 2017). Only “hot” (yang energy) liquids (e.g., hot tea or plain water) and foods such as white rice with fish sauce, eggs, poultry, fish, and salty meats are consumed. Uncooked cold foods should be avoided by the mother (Jiang et al., 2016). The patient’s families often bring food to the hospital for the patient during this time and unless contraindicated, the nurse should encourage the family to do so (Murray et al., 2019, pp. 164-166). According to Jessica Olsen, R.N., a postpartum nurse that has worked at Miller Children’s and Women’s Hospital in Long Beach, CA for 13 years, women of Chinese culture are often seen consuming only foods brought in by family members, hot foods like soups, rice, and different vegetables. Jessica also mentioned that from her experience, patients of Asian descent have been open to Western medicine practices and receptive to guidance that may not align with their traditional practices (personal communication, December 2, 2021). When speaking with Jessica’s friend Kim Li who is a second-generation Chinese-American, she explained that although she has not had children herself due to medical complications, her mother did follow traditional Chinese prenatal and postpartum practices. She also mentioned that following Chinese tradition is still very common amongst Chinese-Americans. Kim mentioned that these practices are so prevalent that meal preparation services exist in the United States (even locally) that cater exclusively to the dietary needs of the postpartum mother following traditional Chinese practices for one month after birth (K. Li, personal communication, December 2, 2021).
While traditional Chinese medicine practices of balancing maternal energy may not be scientifically-based, they do not appear to be detrimental to the outcomes of both mother and child. For this reason, culturally competent patient-centered care should prioritize supporting the patient’s customs and beliefs to promote optimal healing and well-being. The goal of nurses should not be to change patients’ beliefs but to support their practices and provide additional knowledge as needed. Knowledge of the traditional Southeast Asian diet can help guide nursing care in providing nutritional counseling that is culturally relevant, such as knowing which foods from their traditional cuisine are beneficial or potentially detrimental to the patient and their specific needs (Murray et al., 2019, p. 164). This information is helpful to identify areas of potential deficiency and evidence-based culturally appropriate recommendations the nurse can offer to encourage a well-balanced diet that supports optimal maternal nutrition and health. For example, dark leafy greens such as bok choy and broccoli are rich sources of folic acid, calcium, magnesium, and iron, or that meat and poultry consumption is encouraged as it can help increase maternal protein, zinc, vitamin B6, and iron. It is also important to note that traditional broth made by soaking animal products in vinegar causes calcium to leave the bones, and dairy milk is not consumed in traditional Asian culture, so Vitamin D supplementation and non-dairy sources of calcium may be recommended (Murray et al., 2019, pp. 165-166). Relaying this information to the patient and family can help support cultural practices while promoting optimal patient and baby health outcomes.
Many additional interventions can be performed to support the patient’s cultural practices. For example, performing a cultural assessment of the patient during the first interaction is a critical first step to identifying the patient’s preferences to provide culturally appropriate care. Ask the patient about their practices, beliefs, and any specific needs and goals during pregnancy, labor, delivery, and the postpartum period. Ask about specific foods or drinks that are important to their practices and accommodate their preferences whenever possible (Murray et al., 2019, pp. 22-24). Ensure that other staff that will interact with the patient are aware of their needs and preferences to ensure continuity of care and continued support of their practices. Identify any unique learning needs or barriers (e.g., language barrier, preferred learning method, cultural gender roles, etc.), and include the patient’s family in education with patient consent. Assess for knowledge deficits or additional teaching needed. Unless contraindicated, encourage the patient’s family to bring foods that the patient likes and/or are per their customs and traditions.
Culturally competent care to me means approaching each unique patient without any preconceived notions about their cultural affiliation or practices, having respect for cultures, and having a basic knowledge of common cultural practices relevant to the nurse’s specific field of practice. For example, the nurse should be aware of the Chinese customs and foods that are deemed appropriate for the mother at particular times (Murray et al., 2019, p. 176). The cuisine is not the only aspect of nursing care that may require knowledge of and adaptation to accommodate cultures, communication with the patient and their support and other interventions may also require special considerations.
Concerning communication, the nurse should assess the patient and family’s specific needs or barriers to communication. Request an interpreter if needed, follow customary practices of verbal and nonverbal communication (e.g., avoiding eye contact), provide education in the patient’s primary language, and utilize open-ended questions to assess comprehension. The interventions assessing cultural preferences and needs of the patient, if any, should be standard practice in any new patient interaction. Overall, care would remain the same, but the specific preferences with regards to food and drink may vary by culture.
Despite the differences between Traditional Chinese and Western nutritional antepartum and postpartum practices, the goal is the same: to promote maternal recovery and optimal health outcomes for the mother-infant couplet. Western medicine focuses on ensuring the proper balance of maternal nutrition, whereas traditional Chinese practices focus on restoring the mother’s energy balance. In the U.S., similar dietary recommendations regarding macronutrient, caloric, vitamin, and mineral supplementation needs are given to all healthy pregnant women seeking medical guidance. Counseling should be tailored to meet the unique needs of the individual patient. Identifying a patient’s cultural practices helps the nurse provide culturally competent patient-centered care. Given the rich diversity of the American population, providing individualized, culturally appropriate care to meet the unique needs and preferences of each patient while promoting optimal health outcomes should be a priority for obstetric nursing practice in the United States.
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2021.12.05 18:13 DrShail Top 100 Indian Movies of All Time - Apur Sansar

Top 100 Indian Movies of All Time - Apur Sansar There is only one way to bring this journey of discovering and reviewing my favorite movies to its conclusion after 6 months. The same way I started this journey - With one of the most influential directors from India whose neo-realistic story telling style and masterpieces influenced generations of Indian and Global film makers and fans. The winner of 36 National Film Awards, an Honorary Oscar, the only honorary award ever given at Cannes, a Golden Lion, a Golden Bear, Dadasaheb Phalke, France’s Legion of Honor, Padma Bhushan, Bharat Ratan and many many more for his illustrious career. This legendary director was so ahead of his time that he created the alien concept of a trilogy of movies in the 50s, a decade before Clint Eastwood’s Man with No Name Trilogy, 2 decades before Star Wars made Trilogies “a thing” and half a century before mainstream India caught up. There can’t be a better way to conclude my Top 100 reviews than the conclusion of Satyajit Ray’s finale of “The Apu Trilogy”. Apu’s narrative began with the story of a boy in the 1955 masterpiece “Pather Panchali” followed by the story of his teenage year in the 1956 gem “Aparajito” before its masterful conclusion in 1959 in the heartbreaking tale of his adulthood “Apur Sansar”. “The Apu Trilogy” won 3 national awards, 7 awards at Cannes, Berlin and Venice Film Festivals and countless awards across the globe. An achievement no other India director has even been able to replicate.
Apur Sansar (1959) Directed by Satyajit Ray Produced by Satyajit Ray Starring - Soumitra Chatterjee and Sharmila Tagore Written by Satyajit Ray (Based on Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay’s novel) Music by Ravi Shankar Budget/Box Office - INR 1 Lac/INR 80 Lac (INR 70 Crore Adjusted for Inflation) Awards - National Award for Best Film, Winner at British Film Institute Awards, Edinburgh Film Festival, US National Board of review, Nominated for BAFTA and India’s entry for the Oscars. Included in the Academy’s Archives IMDB Rating - 8.5/10 RT Rating - 96% My Rating - 10/10
The global success and acclaim of Satyajit Ray’s debut masterpiece "Pather Panchali” ensured that he would not have the same issues getting financial backing for its 2 sequels. “Pather Panchali” took 5 years to make on a shoestring budget which kept running out of funds, forcing Ray to pawn his wife’s jewelry and even his life insurance policy. The previously unknown newbie director was now the talk of town and had access to everything his heart desired as he created and released the sequel “Aparajito” in a year's time. “Aparajito's” success gave him unlimited access to talent and finances for the final chapter of his exceptional first of a kind trilogy. However Ray would stay true to his roots and style and make a low budget movie without any big names (At least Not at the time of its release) for his trilogy’s grand finale. While Ray was working on “Apur Sansar”, “Pather Panchali” was still winning hearts as it played to full houses in NY for 8 months in 1958 as “Aparajito” was still doing the rounds of film festivals and award shows.
Soumitra Chatterjee was a stage actor and radio announcer who was trying hard to get into the world of cinema. He auditioned for the role of Apu in “Aparajito”. Ray liked him but felt he was a a little older than the teen protagonist of his movie. With the hope to eventually land a role in a ray movie, the disappointed Soumitra started visiting the sets of Ray’s “Parash Pathar” and “Jalsagar” which were being made between “Aparajito” and “Apur Sansar”. One day as Soumitra was leaving the set of “Jalsagar”, Ray called him over to meet the movie’s lead actor Chhabi Biswas. To Soumitra’s surprise, Ray introduced him to Biswas Dada as his Apu, the lead of “Apur Sansar”. That was the beginning of the illustrious career of 3 time national award, 6 time Filmfare East award and Dada Saheb Phalke Award recipient Soumitra Chatterjee. He would go onto become a Ray favorite as they collaborated for the next 4 decades in 14 masterpieces including the role of Ray’s famous detective Feluda.
The task to cast an unknown young actress to play the role of Apu’s wife was a much more uphill task than expected. Ray even placed an ad in the newspaper for the role and got thousands of responses but couldn’t find his “Aparna”. Then one fine day he came to know about a 14 year old girl who performed at the Children’s Little Theater and was related to Ray’s favorite author Rabindranath Tagore. This teenager would go on to win 2 national awards, 2 Filmfare awards, receive the Padmabhusan and become one of the most bankable actresses in Bollywood and Bengali Cinema. She would collaborate with the maestro in 5 Ray Gems over the years and begin her own dynasty of actors over the years. This 14 year old talent discovered in "Apur Sansar” was the legendary Sharmila Tagore.
Ray follows the life of Apu at different stages of life as he experiences love and loss in his family. In "Pather Panchali”, Apu finds joy in the little pleasures of life as a young boy before he loses his elder sister in a shocking moment. In “Aparajito” Apu moves to Varanasi where his father works as a priest. However after the death of his father, he moves to another village with his mother, apprentices as a priest but desires to pursue higher education. He manages to receive a scholarship in Calcutta and moves to the city. His mother stays alone in the village and yearns for her son, who only manages to visit her a few times. She falls sick but doesn’t inform Apu so that he can focus on his studies. In the movie’s finale he returns to the village upon finding out about his mother’s ill health only to reach after she has already passed away. Another heartbreaking moment in the short life of the teen Apu.
Now Apu is all grown up and is an unemployed graduate in Calcutta played by Soumitra Chatterjee. He can barely make ends meet with private tuitions as he tries to put his life experiences onto paper in a novel. His friend Pulu takes him to the wedding of his cousin Aparna played by Sharmila Tagore. The bride’s mother is shocked to find out that the groom to be has a serious mental disorder and she refuses to let her daughter get married to him. The villagers belief that if the girl doesn’t get married at the planned hour she would remain unwed her entire life forces Apu to step in and rescue the bride. Apu and Aparna get married, fall in love and live a joyful life till disaster strikes and Aparna dies during child birth. After yet another major loss in his life, a shattered Apu becomes a recluse, gives up his partly written novel and leaves his child with Aparna’s parents. A few years later his friend Pulu finds him and pleads for his return to his son. When Apu finally sees his son for the first time, the notion of holding this bundle of joy responsible for Aparna’s death quickly disappears from his mind and they both quickly accept each other as Ray finally ends the trilogy with hope, love and happiness.
Ray’s brilliance is on display through out the movie especially when he portrays the intimate moments between Apu and Aparna. In an era when any suggestive scenes, kissing or even intimate hugs were almost considered Taboo in the Indian film industry, Ray managed to say so much without showing too much. After the first night of their marriage, Aparna wakes up with a smudged bindi on her forehead and her saree still tied to Apu. She smiles and slaps Apu for being mischevious the prior night as he picks up a hairpin from the pillow with a smile and look of content on his face. This is a true master at work as he injects such intense levels of passion and romance into a scene without showing any skin or suggestive moves and is entirely dependent on the actors looks, smiles and expressions. The scene when Apu, the character we connected with as a kid and teen in the previous two movies full of heartbreak finds out that the love of his life has passed away, is one of the most emotional moments in movie history. Ray’s treatment and Soumitra’s execution of that scene is heartachingly brilliant.
"Apur Sansar” released to teary eyed audiences across the globe who filled the cinemas with applause and love. Even the newly elected US President John F Kennedy showed up for its screening. The movie stunned critics who quickly listed it in the top 100 movies of all time where it still sits tight along with “Pather Panchali”. It won the National Award for Best film, became India’s entry to the Oscars and won at BFI, Edinburgh at the US National Board and all across the globe. "Apur Sansar” influenced one of the most influential French directors of all time, Jean-Luc Godard and many others including Simpsons creator Matt Groening who named the Indian on his show "Apu" as a tribute to Ray’s Eternal Trilogy. If you are a movie enthusiast don’t commit the sin of not having experienced the Apu Trilogy. This is Essential Cinema. The Everest of Emotional Dramas. The Epitome of Creative Movie Making. Truly Ground Breaking. 10/10.
Links to the reviews of my Top 100 Indian Movies of all Time (Not in any order)
1. Pather Panchali
2. Mother India
3. Pushpaka Vimana
4. Sparsh
5. Agneepath
6. Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro
7. Anand
8. Lagaan: Once upon a time in India
9. Tumbbad
10. Haqeeqat
11. Sholay
12. Andaz Apna Apna
13. Moondram Pirai
14. Madhumati
15. Maqbool
16. C/o Kacharapalem
17. Guide
18. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
19. Aandhi
20. Kireedam
21. Pyaasa
22. Chupke Chupke
23. Nayak: The Hero
24. Ardh Satya
25. Masoom
26. The Lunchbox
27. Naya Daur
28. Gangs of Wasseypur
29. Mera Naam Joker
30. Nayakan
31. Mughal-E-Azam
32. Do Bigha Zamin
33. Satya
34. Roja
35. Koshish
36. Garm Hava
37. Do Aankhen Barah Haath
38. Devdas
39. Jewel Thief
40. Saaransh
41. Queen
42. Gol Maal
43. Mahanagar
44. Manichitrathazhu
45. Barsaat
46. Kaamyaab
47. Taare Zameen Par
48. Swades
49. Udaan
50. Kaagaz Ke Phool
51. Bombay
52. Chashme Buddoor
53. Munnabhai M.B.B.S.
54. Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi
55. Jagte Raho
56. Deewaar
57. Ankur: The Seedling
58. Monsoon Wedding
59. Pariyerum Perumal
60. A Wednesday!
61. Black Friday
62. Abhimaan
63. Piku
64. Anbe Sivam
65. Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam
66. Agantuk
67. Khosla Ka Ghosla
68. Shree 420
69. Kadvi Hawa
70. Satyakam
71. Rang De Basanti
72. Damini
73. Angoor
74. Chak De India
75. Drishyam
76. Sujata
77. Arth
78. Mausam
79. Court
80. Don
81. Charulata
82. Salaam Bombay!
83. Boot Polish
84. Amar Prem
85. Zanjeer
86. Ship of Theseus
87. Shwaas
88. Andhadhun
89. 3 Idiots
90. Teesri Kasam
91. Black
92. Pakeezah
93. Bandit Queen
94. Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai
95. Utsab
96. Gunga Jumna
97. Thevar Magan
98. Dangal
99. Awaara
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2021.12.05 18:13 GrumpyCatGirl9 Difficulty Swapping Captain America Head Sculpts

I just picked up Endgame Cap during Black Friday and I'm having the hardest time removing the helmeted sculpt neck peg. I tried heating it up a bit with blow dryer, but no luck. Any tips? Thanks!
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2021.12.05 18:13 camotero What spider is this?

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2021.12.05 18:13 daily_ups_and_downs Who’s tryna join my clan?! I got a 1.18 K/D and we mostly play hardcore TDM

Our clan name is XMEN: and we all have changed our name activision names to X-men characters.
Currently taken:
Professor X Gambit Nightcrawler Magneto Iceman
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2021.12.05 18:13 Lindseyh911 My kiddo got his 1st deer, so we are canning venison today!

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2021.12.05 18:13 strawberryfawn Where can I acquire a pet mantis? Preferably a giant Asian. I have wanted one for so long

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