Global English Editing

by gaurav on February 5, 2018

 Global English Editing

The startling link between sugar and alzheimer. A high-carb diet, and the attendant high blood sugar, are associated with cognitive decline. In recent years, alzheimer’s disease has occasionally been referred to as “type 3” diabetes, though that moniker doesn’t make much sense. After all, though they share a problem with insulin, type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease, and type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease caused by diet.

Brendan brown, founder of the editing company global english editing, takes a hard-line stance on his company blog in favour of academic editing, stating that hiring a professional editor should be encouraged among studentsin fact, he believes it is mandatory if english is the student’s second language, because that will ensure such students are being marked for their ideas, not their grammar. Opposing the views of my former professor, in his blog post brown marks a clear distinction between writing and editing: let’s be clear, paying for written content and claiming that it’s yours in education is cheating. If those ideas don’t belong to you, it’s academic fraud.

But, when you toss a paper with your points into the metaphorical washing machine, and it comes back cleaner and better, why is this unethical? If using your resources to make use of a valuable tool, in this case an editor, to refine the sludge of a rough draft, is considered unethical, how is that separate from peer review? Not surprisingly, editors who list academic editing as one of their specialties tend to be in favour of students hiring editors.

In academic writing, you will often need to use acronyms and initialisms. However, we frequently see them being used improperly, especially when they are introduced in an essay. But how exactly do you use acronyms and initialisms in academic writing? And how to do you avoid using them incorrectly?

I work in the maths department. I cycle to the university every day. I have an exam next week.

Instead of another type of diabetes, it’s increasingly looking like alzheimer’s is another potential side effect of a sugary, western-style diet. In some cases, the path from sugar to alzheimer’s leads through type 2 diabetes, but as a new study and others show, that’s not always the case. A longitudinal study, published thursday in the journal diabetologia , followed 5,189 people over 10 years and found that people with high blood sugar had a faster rate of cognitive decline than those with normal blood sugarwhether or not their blood-sugar level technically made them diabetic. In other words, the higher the blood sugar, the faster the cognitive decline.

We can craft an essay of any type: the type of paper explaining an idea, issue or theme. The type of essay where you aim at persuading the reader to adopt your point of view. You provide arguments to support your ideas. In this type of paper a student needs to provide an analysis and interpretation of a book, poem, play etc. The type of essay where you convince the reader that your opinion is correct and/or more truthful than other researchers’ opinion.



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