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    Childhood disorders

    CHILDHOOD DISORDERS While children can have similar mental health problems that adults have, like anxiety or depression, children’s problems often have a different focus. Children may have difficulty with changes associated with growing up, such as beginning school. They may lag behind in comparison to how other children their age are progressing, or during stressful […] More

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    Personality Disorders

    In this paper I will be discussing how a particular Axis I disorder may relate to a coexisting Axis II disorder. I will explain how an Axis I disorder, can be easily confused with an Axis II disorders. I will compare and contrast, Personality Disorder, Schizophrenia, and Paranoid Type, and explain how I would differentiate […] More

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    Physiological Disorders

    In this assignment I will be looking at the nature of two named physiological disorders. I will explain its sign and symptoms and access possible difficulties involved in the diagnosis of the disorders from their signs and symptoms. The two physiological disorders are coronary heart disease and breast cancer. Coronary heart disease: Coronary heart disease […] More

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    Psychological Disorders

    Psychological Disorder Analysis This psychological analysis is about Maria a 42 year old Hispanic female who comes into the mental health clinic complaining of feeling jumpy all of the time, she has trouble sleeping and is enable to concentrate on her work as an accountant. These symptoms are causing problems for her at work. There […] More

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    Literature Review on Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Abstract Autism has become an increasing subject of interest, especially to researchers and medical professionals. This increase in interest is most likely due to the fact that autism is becoming an increasing problem in children, with the number of diagnoses doubling in just a four year period. In order to discover what may cause this […] More

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    What Causes Eating Disorders?

    Eating disorders are defined as elaborate conditions that come from several causes that can stem from the victim’s childhood (What Causes Eating Disorders? 1). Eating disorders normally start with an obsession of ones food and weight. Almost all cases of eating disorders they have deeper reasons behind them then just the obsession of food and […] More

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    Muscular Disorders Case Report

     Case: A mother presents with her 13 y/o son with a history of frequent falls, difficulty getting up from a lying or sitting position, trouble jumping, large calf muscles and poor grades in school. Based on the description and symptoms given, the likely diagnosis would be Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy, or DMD; although DMD and its […] More

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    The Psychological and Social Effects of Eating Disorders on Teenage Girls

    The Psychological and Social Effects of Eating Disorders on Teenage Girls Introduction        Eating disorders is a term consisting of psychological illnesses commonly defined by the abnormal eating traits which may involve excessive or insufficient food taking which may be of harm to an individual’s mental and physical health. These eating habits commonly […] More

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    Anorexia, bulimia and related eating disorders treatment

    Anorexia and Bulimia Introduction             In the United States, millions of people are affected by severe eating disorders which are sometimes life-threatening. Bulimia nervosa and Anorexia nervosa are the most common destructive eating disorders. Over 90% of those individuals who are affected with these eating disorders are youthful women. About 1% of the young girls […] More

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    Aphasiology: Disorders and clinical practice

    Acquired Aphasia Introduction Abstract             The paper describes aphasia in details and also the challenges that are faced by the individuals who suffer from aphasia. The paper also describes about the executive functioning and what it entail including the relationship between productivity outcomes and executive functions. The paper also highlights the challenges that aphasia patients […] More