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All subjects had to have a current (within 6 months of the assessment) DSM-IV diagnosis of major depressive disorder, as well as information about the age of onset.
The benefit of taking OCs around the time of symptom onset was greater.
Thus, it is important to understand factors associated with the prevalence, comorbidity, and age of onset of psychiatric disorders in this population.
The Onset S20 prints edge to edge over a 123" x 63" area on a moving bed on substrates nearly 2" thick.
Onset Computer Corporation produces "HOBO" data loggers that measure and record temperature, humidity, light, energy, and a variety of other parameters.
There continues to be substantial unmet clinical need in the treatment of this condition, part of which presumably relates to a mismatch between the quick onset of most pains and the time-action relationships of oral therapies.
St Jeor reported SNV infection in 2 children hospitalized 3 weeks after they were bitten by a mouse (14), but the time between the bite and the onset of symptoms was not reported.
This study suggests a true biologic effect of smoking, but a further effect of other traits that are present even 20 years before the disease onset cannot be excluded.
Without any formalized federal response to the onset of global warming, concerned Americans are forced to effect change any way they can, and indeed many are choosing their investments accordingly.
He estimated that 30,000 Vietnam veterans with adult onset diabetes were denied full benefits.
Two of the cases involved single sexual encounters occurring prior to the transmitter's onset of symptoms.
This transition is examined relative to the large-scale circulation shifts, which also lead to the onset of the southwest summer monsoon.
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) may aid in preventing or delaying the onset of Alzheimer's by protecting nerve cells in the brain from inflammation that may contribute to nerve cell damage.
At the same time, it is important to note that 79 percent of the people with impaired hearing in the United States experience their hearing loss after the age of 19, with another 15 percent having onset between 3 and 18 years of age (Ries, 1992).
However, the majority approximately 85 percent) of persons at the time of onset of their injury were relatively youthful and were employed or studying.