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what is health deficit?

A: instances of failure in health maintenance. these include 1. illness states, regardless of whether it is diagnosed or undiagnosed 2. failure to thrive/develop according to normal rate....


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what is attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? Does Ritalin help?

A: Dear Reader, Having attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) does not mean that you are stupid! Many people with ADHD are smart ó even gifted ó and lots of others have special talents that go beyond their skills in school. ADHD, similar to other mental health concerns as well as learning disabilities and other conditions, can affect people`s ability to do as well as they`d like to, or are expected to do, in school and in other areas of their lives. Getting diagnosed and participating in appropriate treatment for ADHD can make a huge difference. The three main symptoms of ADHD ó difficulty concentrating, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior ó play out in different ways in different people. Some people: Mainly...


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what is attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? Does Ritalin help?

A: Dear Reader, Having attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) does not mean that you are stupid! Many people with ADHD are smart ? even gifted ? and lots of others have special talents that go beyond their skills in school. ADHD, similar to other mental health concerns as well as learning disabilities and other conditions, can affect people''s ability to do as well as they''d like to, or are expected to do, in school and in other areas of their lives. Getting diagnosed and participating in appropriate treatment for ADHD can make a huge difference. The three main symptoms of ADHD ? difficulty concentrating, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior ? play out in different ways in different people. Some people:...


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what is ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)?

A: Attention Deficit Disorder, commonly referred to as ADD, is a neurological disorder that can affect all ages. The major symptoms of the disorder are distractibility, forgetfulness, inability to concentrate, poor attention span and impulsiveness. While the underlying cause of this disorder has not been officially determined, it is presumed to be caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain. Individuals with Attention Deficit Disorder may lack specific chemicals called neurotransmitters that control certain behavioral responses. Attention Deficit D
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what is the difference between ADD and ADHD?

A:  The difference between Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is essentially terminology and the two are now used interchangeably. According to the old diagnostic manual, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III), ADD was known as attention-deficit disorder with or without hyperactivity. When the more current version of the manual (DSM-IV) was published, the disorder was changed to ADHD and divided into three diagnostic categories, a predominantly inattentive type (formerly known as ADD), a predominantly...


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what is the Connection Between Intellectual Disability and Mental health?

A: Intellectual disability and mental health are two problematic areas that often intertwine. Individuals with an intellectual disorder are often more susceptible to certain mental health disorders like depression. In turn, some mental health ailments may share origins with an intellectual disability. Since any mental or cognitive impairment can have similar causes or create some similar outcomes, treatments for intellectual disability and mental health disorders may merge.. Mental disorders occur when an abnormality in...


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what is CP?

A: i dont know the hole definition but i know it has somyhing to do with Cardio-pulmonary it is a bad thing to have trust i work at the hospitle i have saw people die frome it what is Cerebral Palsy? The term cerebral palsy refers to any one of a number of neurological disorders that appear in infancy or early childhood and permanently affect body movement and muscle coordination but donít worsen over time. Even though cerebral palsy affects muscle movement, it isnít caused by problems in the muscles or nerves. It is caused by abnormalities in parts of the brain that control muscle movements. The majority of children with cerebral palsy are...


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what is the best drug for teens with ADD?

A:  Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is a behavioral disorder that can usually be managed successfully with a combination of behavioral therapy and medications. The goal of any medication therapy is to find the most effective medication with the least amount of side effects. This varies among individuals and, often times, is based on trial and error. The medications used to treat ADD fall into two general categories, the stimulants and the non-stimulants. Stimulant medications are more commonly prescribed than the non-stimulants because they tend to work better. They work by affecting chemicals in the brain, primarily dopamine, to improve...


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what is Spontaneous Recovery?

A: Spontaneous recovery is a complicated term used in medicine, psychology and in other therapies. It sounds like it would always be a positive thing, since recovery can be related to getting well from some disorder or dysfunction. This is not always the case, and spontaneous recovery may be negative or positive, depending upon what is recovered. It can also prove deeply baffling to health professionals. In certain types of psychology, particularly classical behavioral psychology, spontaneous recovery has to do with conditioning. In studies on animals, behaviorists could create an extinct...


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what is a Deficiency Disease?

A: A deficiency disease is a disease or disorder that is caused by the lack of particular nutrients in a personís diet. Nutritional deficiencies are usually linked with malnutrition, which results from an unbalanced diet. The person may not be starving, but may be limited in what he or she is eating. In other words, the person is getting enough to eat, but is missing certain nutrients because the foods that they are found in are not a part of that personís diet.. Each deficiency disease is caused...


 
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