Find some of the most controversial debate topics covering a wide variety of issues ranging from politics and religion to education and society. The controversial debate topics are arranged in a pro-con format that allows keeping our debates organized and ensuring that both sides of a particular issue get equal exposure. The topics are always presented in a non-biased, equal-coverage approach.
The meaning of “Americans’ is accepted by context and default — and arrogance. Those from countries south of the border have told me they consider the US as a country with no name, inasmuch as they too are “Americans.” When you enter the country at the Rio Grande, you’re asked by a federal agent what nationality you are, and if you answer “American” they respond, “North American, Central American or South American?” … and proceed to narrow it down from there.
Here are 20 topics to discuss with a friend or group. Practise agreeing and disagreeing even if you have to argue against something you actually believe in. One way to have fun with this is to make up a bunch of cards that say agree or disagree . Each person has to pick up a card and then the topic is read out. It is more fun to have a debate this way because you don't have to play your true self. Try to continue each discussion for at least five minutes. Use the expressions that you learned, including agreeing, disagreeing, asking for opinions, interrupting, etc.
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In summary, statins are probably both under- and over-utilized in older adults. For example, it is estimated that only 40-60% of patients over 65 are prescribed a statin after an acute MI; 24 conversely, a recent study found that 30% of patients with a cancer diagnosis were dispensed a statin within 30 days of dying. 25 For primary prevention, treatment recommendations should be individualized and take into account multiple factors including cardiovascular risk, life expectancy, frailty, comorbid conditions, and potential drug interactions. Involving patients in shared decision-making is key. In our patient, assuming she is otherwise in good health, she could very well experience a cardiovascular benefit given her functionality and relatively low burden of medications and comorbidities. If we initiate a low-to-moderate-intensity statin, close monitoring for adverse effects, medication changes, and development of comorbid illnesses is key as the risk/benefit profile may change over time.
How do we know which definition Paul is using here? Later on in the Book of Romans, Paul writes that God acted “contrary to nature,” and what he means isn’t that God acted “immorally or against nature’s course,” but rather that God acted “unexpectedly.”