Marshall Seymour is vice president of a Chicago department store in charge of buying. He is divorced and has an 11-year-old son named Charlie, for whom he has little time. He and his girlfriend Sam visit Thailand to purchase exotic merchandise. At the same time, an art thief named Turk tries to purchase an ornate skull but must find a way to smuggle it out of the country. He places it with one of Marshall's purchases so that he and his accomplice Lillian Brookmeyer can make a switch.
When Marshall returns, he takes Charlie for a few days while his mother Robyn and stepfather Cliff are on vacation. While holding the skull, they enter into an argument about how they wish that they could be in each other's bodies. It is revealed that the skull possesses supernatural magical powers, and they suddenly find that they have switched bodies. After the initial shock, they realize they must live out their lives as each other, and Marshall heads to school to deal with tests, bullies and hockey practice while Charlie assumes his father's role as a vice president from an 11-year-old's viewpoint.
After failing to reacquire the skull, the thieves embark on a mission to steal it. Charlie learns from Marshall's boss Avery that he has called a meeting to pull the plug on Marshall's business. He collects Marshall at school and, after purchasing a device that will allow them to communicate with each other, Marshall listens in on the boardroom meeting and instructs Charlie as to what he should say. However, Turk kidnaps Marshall, leaving Charlie to fend for himself in the boardroom. No longer able to speak eloquently, he rises and speaks out in Marshall's defense before leaving the meeting.
Charlie climbs through his bedroom window and he and Marshall touch the skull, successfully switching back into their own bodies. Marshall then goes to see Sam while Charlie listens to their conversation about the proposal. Though initially caught off guard, Marshall relents and embraces the proposal that Charlie had made for him.
Dr. Niels Pedersen, a distinguished emeritus professor at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and a renowned expert on infectious and immunologic diseases in dogs and cats, addresses the question, "Can pets contract coronavirus from humans or vice versa?"
Although coronaviruses can jump from one host to another, this is a slow process and requires significant genetic change. There is no evidence that coronaviruses of our common veterinary species have entered humans in the recent past or vice versa. However, the tendency for coronaviruses to jump species is an ongoing occurrence and it is possible that a coronavirus from a common pet species such as a cat or dog may enter humans and cause disease sometime in the future. However, if it should ever humanize, it will no longer be a cat or dog virus, but rather a new human virus. The same is true for a coronavirus of humans that decides to change their host species.
The digital guitar featured in the "music room" scene where Charlie (as Marshall) jams with a random customer and store employee was a real device -- the Stepp DG-1 Guitar Synthesizer. It did cost $7000 when released, as stated in the film. However, the audio heard in the movie is from a live electric guitar, as the DG-1 could not convincingly imitate one well enough to be believable at the time.
Both Fred Savage and Judge Reinhold play dual roles in this picture. Their principal characters are son Charlie Seymour and father Marshall Seymour respectively but, vice versa, they also portray each other's character, as per the age swap / body switch nature of the movie's storyline.
Reinhold plays a Chicago department store executive, divorced, hard-working, upward-bound in his organization. Savage plays his 11-year-old son, who comes to stay for a few weeks while his mother is on vacation. At one point, while they are both touching an ancient gold-trimmed Tibetan skull, they are unwise enough to wish that they could be each other. Through a mysterious magical process that need not concern us, Reinhold and Savage are suddenly consumed in a searing bolt of light, and their personalities are transferred. That puts a little boy into a man's body and, as the title suggests, vice versa.
This pleiotropic nature of leptin is supported by the universal distribution of leptin receptor (LEPR), which shows structural similarity to the class I cytokine receptor family [12,13,14,15,16]. At least six alternatively spliced forms have been identified, differing in the lengths of their cytoplasmic regions, known as LEPRa, LEPRb, LEPRc, LEPRd, LEPRe and LEPRf [12,16]. The short isoform is distributed in almost all peripheral tissues and seems to mediate the transport and degradation of leptin and besides, it show distinct signaling capabilities that include the activation of mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) pathway . The long form isoform of LEPR (LEPRb) predominates in the hypothalamus in areas that are responsible for the secretion of neuropeptides and neurotransmitters that regulate appetite, body weight [14,15,18] and bone mass . Finally, the product of the cleavage process, the so-called soluble leptin receptor, is the main binding protein for circulating leptin and modulates its bioavailability.
"the order being changed," c. 1600, Latin, from vice, ablative of vicis "a change, alternation, alternate order" (from PIE root *weik- (2) "to bend, to wind") + versa, feminine ablative singular of versus, past participle of vertere "to turn, turn about" (from PIE root *wer- (2) "to turn, bend"). "The phrase has the complete force of a proposition, being as much as to say that upon a transposition of antecedents the consequents are also transposed" [Century Dictionary].
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The proposed system of qualification of the PCMH lacks any measure of person-focused care over time and comprehensiveness of services available and provided. Why would family medicine sign onto a system of evaluation that lacks its hallmarks? The challenge of family medicine is to set the tone for a reorientation of the U.S. health services system to high-level primary care. To do so, family medicine must mobilize in the following ways:
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