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    Anxiety is uncomfortable and extremely difficult to manage. The symptoms one experiences while suffering an anxiety attack are very real, as well as, extremely scary for the person experiencing the attack. The symptoms often mimic those experienced during a heart attack, for instance: extreme sweating, blood pressure and heart rate go sky high, nausea and headache. Add these physical symptoms to the psychological symptoms and the individual's anxiety attack is in full swing. It is imperative for

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    Somatic Symptom Disorder

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    about the somatic symptom disorder intrigues me. I have never actually heard of this disorder before, but hypochondria is about the closest to a somatic disorder that I have learned about. Now, the first thing that really caught my attention about this disorder was the definition about it, “People with somatic symptom disorder become excessively distressed, concerned, and anxious about bodily symptoms that they are experiencing, and their lives are greatly disrupted by the symptoms” (Comer, 2014).

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    The Symptoms and the Treatment of Depression Depression has been a part of our lives for as long as humans have been on the earth. Everyone has had days when nothing was going right. But it all depends with an individual how to handled this adversity and how depressed that person becomes. Depression is considered to be the "common cold of psychological disorders." This is because depression is the most common mood disorder. In fact, depression is becoming more and more widespread and the incidences

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    Symptoms and Treatment of Bronchitis Bronchitis is the inflammation of the bronchi. It may develop suddenly, following a head cold (acute bronchitis), or it may persist or return regularly for many years, causing progressive degeneration of the bronchi and lungs (chronic bronchitis). Certain people are more susceptible than others; Men are more of a target to bronchitis than women, out numbering them 10 to 1 cc the reasons are unclear. Of course smokers are 50 times more likely to get

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    Symptoms, Effects, and Treatments of Alcoholism When the words “substance abuse” are heard, most frequently the thought of using marijuana, cocaine, heroin, or some other illegal drug pops into mind. Alcohol, however, can be abused in the same manner as the above mentioned illegal drugs. Abnormal craving for alcohol can be averted using many techniques, even including drug therapy. Alcoholism is defined as “a disorder characterized by the excessive consumption of and dependence on alcoholic

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    Intrapsychic Omnipresence in Bodily Symptoms

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    Intrapsychic Omnipresence in Bodily Symptoms Sometimes disease and illness just show up. For these medical conditions, a doctor usually tells us what is "wrong" physically. These scientific observations determining diseases or symptoms leave people wondering if there is something behind the cell that created the malfunction. Perhaps one's psyche; which is the mind functioning as the center of thought, conscious or unconscious, and interconnected with the physical environment, can effect the

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    response to gliadin leading to enteropathy. It is recommended that first-degree relatives of patients who are diagnosed with CD should get tested as it has a strong hereditary predisposition.3 Frequent manifestations of CD include gastrointestinal symptoms, such as diarrhea, vomiting, and weight loss. It is commonly associated with other auto-immune conditions including type 1 diabetes mellitus, Grave’s disease, and systemic lupus erythromatosus.2 Prompt recognition and management of CD is imperative;

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    Panic Disorder Symptoms and Causes

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    Panic Disorder Symptoms and Causes Everyone, at one point or another, has felt anxious. It could have been due to stress. It could have been as a result of having to perform in front of an audience. It could have been for fear of not being accepted by the graduate school of your choice. But have you ever had episodes of intense anxiety and fear, unexpectedly and in the absence of any real external threat? If you have, then you were very likely experiencing a "panic attack," the hallmark of panic

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    1. INTRODUCTION A. HISTORY OF VIRUS 1. AFRICA, ZAIRE 2. 1970 B. SYMPTOMS AND AFFECTS 1. BLEEDING, HEMORRHAGING 2. DEATH W/IN 20 DAYS C. CURES 1. NONE KNOWN D. INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS 2. HISTORY OF VIRUS A. WHERE IT STARTED 1. SCIENTISTS B. HOW IT IS SPREAD 1. NON AIRBORNE 2. BODILY CONTACT C. WHERE IT EXISTS TODAY 3. SYMPTOMS AND EFFECTS A. SEVERE FEVER, ABDOMINAL PAIN 1. INSIDES “MELT” B. DEATH RATES AND TOTALS 2 SURVIVORS, BUT EBOLA VIRUS AS THE CAUSE WAS NOT VERIFIED 4. CURES

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    The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that federal law bars the distribution of marijuana even to people who say they must have it to alleviate symptoms of serious illness, dealing a setback to the movement for "medical marijuana" laws and limiting the impact of the state laws already on the books. Ruling 8 to 0 in a case involving a California "cannabis cooperative" that supplied the drug to patients suffering from cancer, AIDS and other illnesses, the court said federal anti-drug law allows no "medical

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