Anorexia and Bulimia Anorexia is one of the most common things in this world. Anorexia is an emotional disorder characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by refusing to eat. Bulimia is an emotional disorder in which bouts of extreme overeating are followed by depression and self-induced vomiting. I chose this topic because I find these topics very serious also because this is mostly happening to girls. Anorexia is a problem because people who think that they are too fat they want to lose weight fast. They think that if they stop eating they could lose weight faster. This is a problem because they could get sick if they can’t get enough nutrients or vitamins in their body. It would become worse if they starve themselves and still workout to lose even more weight. Bulimia is a problem because it can cause heart problems, intestinal problems, muscle fatigue, and fluid imbalances in the body. Anorexia was mostly affecting 85% of teens and adults were 25% of adults were also anorexia. Many teens that are girls as teens start to lose weight because they think they are overweight. Bulimia affects approximately 1 percent to 3 percent of teens in the United States, with the illness usually beginning in late teens or early adult life. Bulimia is very dangerous and that it can risk your life the same thing for anorexia. A treatment most often used is go to therapy so that the person can tell them the reason they are anorexia. Most of the time they did not care much about their weight until someone
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is a group of hereditary disorders that affect a person’s connective tissues, mainly the skin, joints and blood vessel walls. People who have Ehlers-Danlos syndrome usually have overly flexible joints and stretchy, fragile skin. This can become a problem when someone has a cut or wound that needs stitches, because the skin often isn't strong enough to hold them. A more severe form of the disorder can cause the blood vessel walls…
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Some people say that the fetus is not effected by alcohol if the mother does not drink heavily, however, whatever you drink while pregnant goes directly through your bloodstream into the placenta which can cause the infant to have Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Fetal alcohol is completely preventable. Causing a child to suffer from fetal alcohol syndrome is really nothing short of child abuse.
wish to help support organizations that help with AIDS, you can easily contact TASO (The AIDS Support Organization) at:
P.O Box: 10443, Kampala, Uganda
AIDS or Acquired immune deficiency sydrome: Basics
* First off, you are probably thinking,
“I/My family member has AIDS, does that mean that close ones can have it?” Here is a list of some signs and symptoms that may occur if you do have AIDS.
* Muscle soreness…
The United State patient demographics affect health care in great way. The affects of patient who are diagnosed with chronic diseases, long-term care needs, and patient with emergency management are so versatile. HIV/AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is like all the other demographic factors that affect the community and health care. This incurable disease has affected all communities, and threw out the world.
It is believed that a infect immigrant from Haiti brought HIV to United…
Lack of Affection Syndrome vs. Infidelity
During the demonstration of emotional deprivation syndrome is exhibited in circumstances where the maturation of the child's character is interrupted by the very poor emotional stimulation. The situation it is almost impossible for the individual arises to have a healthy development without the love, affection, security of their parents. The human being has the great need that is very essential to obtain these fundamental basic needs of their parents…
The transfer maybe direct, where the disease-causing organisms, such as viruses or bacteria, pass directly from person to person for example. “Chicken pox”
Non-infectious diseases are diseases that are not due to disease-causing organisms E.G down syndrome
2.1 identify the conditions under which an organism is described as a pathogen
* A pathogen is any organism that can produce a disease. Pathogens range from viruses so small that thousands will fit side by side in one millimetre to tapeworms…
her that she is never alone.”
Pregnancy and child birth are events of great anticipation glorious moments in women’s life. Motherhood is a great responsibility and it is woman’s highest crown of honour. Therefore maintaining good health during pregnancy is very important especially in the stressful life situation. The few inches that the baby travels during child birth is the most dangerous distance it will travel in its life time. (Marina, Richard, 1997)
Pregnancy is a period of…
According to this handbook Down syndrome is the world's most common chromosomal disorder and it is the reason of intellectual disability. Here is mentioned that Down syndrome is not an illness or disease, it happens in one of every 700 to 900 birth around the world (2009, p.6). In the preface of the handbook developmental profile for learners with Down syndrome is introduced which is developed by Professor Sue Buckley and colleagues at Down Syndrome Educational International (http://www.downsed…
Immune Deficiency Syndrome has been around for many years. The study to find a cure or suppressant for the disease continues. All kinds of invention are being tested to lower the number of victims this epidemic takes over every day. He hopes for finding a cure is far away but the hopes for finding a suppressor gets closer to success.
No one really has any idea of where Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome started. Individuals have only been able to guess the history of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome…
Inability to tolerate cold
o Feeling tired, sluggish, or weak
o Memory problems, depression, or problems concentrating
o Heavy or irregular menstruation
o The number one cause of hypothyroidism worldwide is iodine deficiency.
o Thyroid surgery
o Radioactive iodine therapy
o External beam radiation
o Pregnant women
o Women over 60
o Patients with type 1 diabetes
o Blood tests are taken to measure your TSH levels…