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    IC is currently taking Trileptal 300mg, BID, and Abilify 10mg, daily for mood stabilization and Trazodone 300mg at bedtime for sleep. Her medication could be changed during the acute manic phase, however, some important concerns have to be considered before prescribing. First, Lithium is used to treat acute manic condition,

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    While the United States has seen an apparent epidemic of pediatric bipolar disorder cases over the past two decades, other countries’ numbers have remained flat. Experts in the field are sharply divided on the existence of this epidemic. There are books and studies, as well as documented cases which tend to support the notion of an epidemic. There are also books, research studies, documented cases of misdiagnoses, and even malpractice suits which question the validity of this epidemic. Kathleen

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    Living with Depression, Mania, and Medication Depression joined my life shortly after I entered middle school and tagged on persistently through my adolescent years. At first, my sullen moods were brushed off as mere hormonal changes, but I quickly became aware there was something more behind them. The severity of depression is difficult to explain without personal thoughts and examples. I know that my depression is coming long before it sets in. There is a cloud of forewarning that starts to

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    information. The policy states that your information will not be sold or rented to other groups. Read it if yo... ... middle of paper ... ...I used my accounting system, and determined the actual cost per square yard. Here are my results: Stabilizer Type/per square yard: ATG Other Sellers Medium Tear away $1.741 $2.666 Medium Tear away Adhesive $4.909 $10.472 Water Soluble $3

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    Chapter 1 Introduction During the course of their lives 70 – 80% of individuals will experience low back pain (LBP) (Deyo and Weinstein, 2001; Godwin and Goodwin, 2000; van Tulder, 2001); furthermore, over 80% of such patients report recurrent episodes (Waddel, 1998). It is estimated that 80 – 90% of patients will have recovered within 6 weeks, regardless of treatment (Bronfort et al, 1996; Jackson, 2001; van Tulder et al, 1997). However, 5 – 15% will develop chronic low back pain (CLBP; 12 weeks)

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    Exploring Keats’ Presentation of the Titans in Book I of ‘Hyperion’ Keats' describes the fall from power of the Titans in Greek mythology after being over thrown by their offspring, the Olympians, in his poem ‘Hyperion’ and he focuses on three of the most significant Titans: Saturn, Hyperion and Thea. The myths and stories about both the Titans and the Olympians are from ancient Greece and it was believed that the gods and the fates controlled everything. Keats’ poem however does not simply

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    looking out at the sea and reflecting on life. Arnold successfully captures the mystical beauty of the ocean as it echoes human existence and the struggles of life. The moods of the speaker throughout the poem change dramatically as do the moods of the sea. The irregular, unordered rhyme is representative of these inharmonious moods and struggles. In this case, the speaker seems to be struggling with the relationship with his or her partner. In the beginning, there is a peaceful, blissful atmosphere

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    Cyrano de Bergerac1 The story of Cyrano de Bergerac is about a tragic love triangle it has effectively been told using a number of techniques including the Themes that arise, the Atmosphere of the film, and the Characters in the film. Love, passion, friendship, hate, jealously loyalty and death are all universal themes that arise in the film. The Themes are twisted around the characters almost like obstacles in the sense that the characters must overcome their own inner fears and accomplish

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    This Quicksilver Illness: Moods, Stigma, and Creativity A review of An Unquiet Mind by Kay Redfield Jamison Kay Jamison is one of the faces of manic depression (or in more sterile terms, bipolar disorder). She is currently the face of one of the renowned researchers of manic depression and topics relating to the disease, ranging from suicide to creativity. She is a tenured professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, author of a best-selling memoir and one of the standard

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    I am writing about the use of lighting in the opening scene of The Godfather, (1). The photography of The Godfather as an entire film is very planned and used specifically to generate moods, and have great psychological affect. This is just as true for the very first series of shots for the film, and perhaps more important since these first shots will give the audience the initial feeling of the film, and set a tone for the picture. The first shot is highly dramatic in its lighting method, and

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