Polydactyl persons have extra "digits', usually meaning fingers. This is a trait that is inscripted into their deoxyribonucleic acid. Or DNA. It is carried on their parent..chromosomes where all DNA comes from. So, its inherited. MRNA, messenger RNA requires it to put into order the set of characteristics to be encoded in a … Read more
I Constantly Rearrange Things, Everything Even Furniture, I Can't Stand It Being The Same Way, It Just Looks Odd To Me. I'm Diagnosed With Borderline Personality Disorder. Is This A Trait Of BPD Or Is Ocd?
In my opinion this sounds like you just described obssessive compulsiveness. I know that a person however can be capable of having both diagnosis at same time! If you're trying to constantly 'get comfortable', this could play into the ever changing mind of a borderline however..I know too that in my own travels through caring … Read more
Can A Narcissist Cheat A Psychological Evaluation If They Study The Disorder First Before Taking The Test?
Theres no such thing as being able to study for passing a personality disorder test. All that will come up is that the person is trying to manipulate answers and attempting to get a desired result. What you're doing at the given moment will somehow show up as the test progresses. I would just be … Read more
You need to seek a doctors help ASAP as this could be almost anything..chances are it is probably just mid-cycle ovulation, but I'm not a doctor and have absolutely no way of knowing what your health state is. If I were you I wouldnt just listen to what you hear people say on line about … Read more
Not at my farm...bless your heart!
A strategy for health promotion among infants, toddlers, and young children focuses on educational programs, physical fitness, activities, and?
Lots of encouragement! Everyone needs love and support. Kids especially. Without this they go into a horrible mode called "failure to thrive". It is permanent emotional, and usually physical damage. That is if they even live through having a selfish Mum and/or Daddy to begin with....God be with you dear one.
The abuse of drugs/alcohol are social/health concerns in all developed and even under developed countries. We and all people with this trouble need to continue to educate youth and adults alike on the obvious and more subtle symptoms and resultant damages that occur with chronic use. If one is so afflicted, he/she must seek out … Read more
The particular level of weight that the body strives to maintain, which in turn regulates food intake, is known as the __________ point. A. Ratio B. Obesity set C. Intermediary D. Weight set?
The only thing that comes to my mind is "homeostasis"..A tendency of biological systems to maintain stability while continually adjusting conditions that are optimal for survival. 'Homeostatic mechanisms' are necessary for the body to regain its balance when disease or injury occurs and to maintain that balance if it is to remain healthy. In my … Read more
We must balance what is best for our patients with what we have to treat them with. Sometimes we are forced to only give what we have, and it may not be what is best later on. There is no ethical problem here, but one often of trial and error.
First ask yourself some easy questions. What do you like to do in your work or spare time? What are you good at? What are your personal interests? Do you have any natural talents? Use your answers to search your heart for what you may be able to do next by practicing, or re-learning an … Read more
This may refer to our own cultural outlook on the subject of depression, or it may refer to a type of depression. Since I would require more info. From you to properly answer this, I am unable to go much further with extrapolation of it. I would term "western depression" a result of our western … Read more
I know that I do this sometimes, and I simply want to make sure I am being heard.
This sounds like a scientifically worded question that simply asks: What is the chance that the indentical twin of a person with an affective disorder, could also have the same problem? Are you asking for an actual statistical reading of this phenomenon? I don't know that it even matters to one suffering, even if … Read more
In other words which things do not equal a depressed person? I think this is what you're asking.. I can say that everyone feels sad or down at times. This is normal. Our world considers "normal sadness" to be like when a person has a good solid reason to grieve, or feel bad. Like when … Read more
A fever, discoloration and itching can result from an acute(immediate or recent)allergy/immune sysytem reaction. The immune system always comes into play with allergies and NOT JUST illnesses, per say. An allergy can make any creature/person very sick. This can be from anything! Any chemical changes in the animals' envirnmt. New or different foods? Table scraps … Read more