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ADHD refers to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. People and children suffering from this order have difficulty remaining focused on a particular task or activity. People suffering from ADHD have difficulty controlling the parts of the brain that are responsible for concentration and focus to complete an activity or a particular task. (more…)
Several types of hormones are used to rouse the ovaries to produce oocytes. There are four major areas where adverse effects of ovarian stimulation and ovulation induction have been recognized. These include ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome, bone loss, adverse reproduction outcomes such as ectopic pregnancies (resulting from embryo implantation outside of the uterus where it would normally implant, for instance in the fallopian tubes), early pregnancy loss, multiple pregnancies, and the development of cancers, mainly in the ovary. Each year, thousands of clomiphene citrate prescriptions are filled, the vast bulk to women trying to conceive. (more…)
James checks into his treatment center with symptoms which are indicative of a person experiencing withdrawal from both drugs and alcohol. Due to the fact that James is at a serious Addiction / Dependence level along with being a poly-drug abuser, He experiences multiple withdrawal symptoms.
In his book, James refers to different symptoms related to different abuses (more…)
Is there really something called “a midlife crisis” a crisis that many 40-somethings are designed to experience? Or is it all just hype and merely a myth? In using the film American Beauty (1999) I will attempt to assess Lester Burnham’s midlife crisis, the principal character played by Kevin Spacey, to some of Daniel J. Levinson’s theories of adult development. Does Lester’s so-called midlife crisis follow Levinson’s transitions and sequences of midlife? Or is Lester Burnham’s experience merely an adjustment distress, as described in the DSM-IV-TR of the American Psychiatric Association (2000 p. 28): (more…)
Enuresis and encopresis are technical terms referring to functional difficulties in bladder and bowel control, respectively. Eliminative control ordinarily is accomplished in the sequence bowel-asleep, bowel-awake, bladder-awake, bladder asleep (Stein and Susser, 1967). Encopresis and diurnal (daytime) enuresis can be recognized when a child is between 2 and 3 years of age. The last stage of bladder control in sleep appears to be particularly difficult to achieve for a significant minority of children from 4 to 5 years of age and beyond. In fact, bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis) may be regarded as the most chronic and prevalent of all childhood disorders. (more…)