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Synonyms for adolescence

Synonyms for adolescence

the time of life between childhood and maturity

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the time period between the beginning of puberty and adulthood

in the state that someone is in between puberty and adulthood

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A primary role of the MS nurse is to educate patients and/or their caregivers about cognitive dysfunction.
Are these symptoms inevitable on the last lap of normal aging in dogs, or does cognitive dysfunction mean the dog has an injured or diseased brain?
The section "Getting Your Brain Back on Track" offers advice on diet, sleep, behavior modification, and CAM options as well as prescription drugs that may be helpful for patients with chemo-induced cognitive dysfunction.
Elmar Schnee, President of Merck Serono, commented: "Merck Serono recognizes the urgent need for new therapies to alleviate PD-related mood disorders and cognitive dysfunction, and we look forward to supporting The Michael J.
As a result, the severity of the cognitive dysfunction should be reduce& based on evidence that lead interferes with brain development (e.
About 40 percent of people with lupus have neurological problems; half of this group suffers seizures or mental impairment with cognitive dysfunction.
NASDAQ: TRGT), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing novel NNR Therapeutics[TM], today announced the initiation of two clinical studies of TC-5619, a Phase 2b study evaluating the product candidate as a treatment for negative symptoms and cognitive dysfunction in schizophrenia and a Phase 2 study evaluating the product candidate in adults as a treatment for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), inattentive-predominant.
There are currently no drugs approved for the treatment of cognitive dysfunction in DS.
They provide evidence and experience-based information on the history of the disease, its pathology and pathophysiology, epidemiology and natural history, and genetics; symptoms and signs, diagnosis, the use of magnetic resonance imaging, tools and tests, and differential diagnosis; treatments and therapies; rehabilitation and management of symptoms like fatigue, cognitive dysfunction, pain, spasticity, and sexual dysfunction, including the use of complementary and alternative medicine; special issues like pediatric cases, women's issues, associated comorbidities, societal issues, patient-oriented comprehensive care, and caregiving; and the related diseases of neuromyelitis optica and acute disseminated encephalomyelitis.
Smoking during this time can affect the normal pathway of prefrontal development and lead to cognitive dysfunction.
The data has shown for some time that some elderly people who undergo surgery, especially heart surgery, can develop cognitive dysfunction, which can mean memory loss, and a loss of focus but it isn't clear how much of that is short-term, and how much long-term," the Telegraph quoted Dr Daqing Ma, the lead investigator on the research, as saying.
He covers what the mind and the brain are, brain images and detecting deception, the brain and control of aggression, and the neuroscience of cognitive dysfunction.
The present study aimed at investigating the role of alpha-lipoic acid against space radiation-induced oxidative stress and antioxidant status in cerebellum and its correlation with cognitive dysfunction.
However, in a subgroup of 32 patients with very mild cognitive dysfunction (MMSE > 27 points), the rate of decline was significantly less (p < 0.
Abstract--Up to 70% of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients experience cognitive dysfunction during the course of their disease.
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