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    Early Onset Anorexia

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    Early Onset Anorexia In recent years, it seems that the public has begun to pay more attention to eating disorders. This trend could be a consequence of the heightened nutrition and fitness craze that the 1990's has brought about, or possibly a result of more intense and conclusive research studies. More clearly defined definitions of anorexia and bulimia in the DSM-IV may also have contributed to better diagnosis of eating disorders. Anorexia nervosa is a disorder that in the majority of

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    Literature Review Delayed-onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) or what is commonly referred to as postexercise muscle soreness, is the sensation of muscular discomfort and pain (Lieber & Friden, 2002) that is caused by vigorous and unaccustomed resistance training or any form of muscular exertion (Kisner & Colby, 2012).Other symptoms that are commonly seen are loss of strength and range of motion (ROM) (Valle et.at. 2013). These DOMS symptoms usually start to be felt around 12-24 hours after exercise and

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    Mercas, Nulin, Renkon, end Ceriw (1988) cundactid e sirois uf ixpiromints tu eddriss thi dibeti uvir thi dael-pruciss voiw uf nunessucoetovi liernong. Thi dael-pruciss voiw uf nunessucoetovi liernong rilois un thi riletounshop bitwiin e dicriesong pruciss prudacong hebotaetoun end en oncriesong pruciss thet elluws doshebotaetoun end sinsotozetoun tu uccar. Hebotaetoun os e dicriesi on rispunsi dai tu ripietid stomaletoun. On thi uthir hend, sinsotozetoun os en oncriesi on rispunsi dai tu ripietid

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    Alzheimer's Disease

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    that disorders such as Alzheimer's disease add a new twist to the debate surrounding the origin of the Self. My purpose here is to provide an overview of Alzheimer's disease, including its neurobiological basis, the differences between early and late onset, and some of the possible causes, and then to readdress the question of whether the Self can be traced to the Brain in light of this information. Over the last few decades, Alzheimer's disease has come to be recognized as the most common form of dementia

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    Tay-Sachs

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    breathing and mental retardation develop. In late-onset TSD, which occurs in people who have a genetic mutation (A permanent change in the DNA sequence due to an insertion, deletion or an alteration) that is similar to that of TSD that occurs in young children. Some production of the missing enzyme occurs and life expectancy does not seem to be affected according to my research. Medical treatment is focused mainly on managing the symptoms of late onset TSD, Anticonvulsants can be prescribed to patients

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    research is being done on Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, and more answers are being found. Obsessive Compulsive Disorders are the fourth most common psychiatric diagnosis. Sometimes the onset of symptoms is sudden, but more often than not it is a gradual progression. Precipitating events that could spur the onset of an Obsessive Compulsive Disorder can include emotional stress (domestic or job-related), increased levels of responsibility, health problems, and bereavement. According to the Diagnostic

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    present literature on DSM-IV-TR definition and criteria of Postpartum Onset, the prevalence, development, etiologies, effects and treatments of the disorder. The prevalence of postpartum onset suggests the need for comprehensive treatment plans that address the social, biological and psychological complexities of the disorder. Specifiers of Postpartum Onset, Etiologies, and Treatment Methodologies Postpartum onset is defined as a major depressive episode that must occur within four weeks

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    Menopause and Natural Progesterone

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    with the onset of menopause? Do you wish there was more information available on how to stay healthy during this dramatic changing phase in your life? Congratulations! You have found the answer source for your hesitant questions regarding menopause. You are probably not alone in your quest; the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists (ACOG) believes that over one-third of the women in the United States are over the age of 50 (http://members.aol.com/dearest/October.htm). The onset of menopause

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    Killing Kids

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    Killing Kids M is nine years old(1). At this young age she has already beaten and tortured a 4 year old girl to death. She presents with absolutely no remorse about the incident. Any regret that she does exhibit is due to the fact that she understands that she is expected to feel apologetic about the incident, not because she intuitively feels remorse. D is ten years old (1). He has already killed a four year old girl because she "was annoying" him. He slapped her so hard that she fell to the

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    Diabetes

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    insulin production or lack of responsiveness to insulin, resulting in hyperglycemia (high blood glucose levels). There are 2 primary types of diabetes mellitus, type I (insulin-dependent or juvenile-onset), which may be caused by an autoimmune response, and type II (non-insulin-dependent or adult-onset). Diabetes insipidus is typically due to hormonal dysregulation. Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a chronic metabolic disorder caused by an absolute or relative deficiency of insulin, an anabolic hormone

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