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    manic-depressive illness, pediatric bipolar disorder is one of the hardest psychological illnesses to diagnose in children. The psychological disorder is mainly characterized of mood swings switching from mania to depressive periods of time called episodes. Bipolar episodes in children last for a week or more. Also known as early onset bipolar disorder, it is usually more intense than the typical mood swings of a child or adult-onset bipolar disorder. Pediatric bipolar disorder spans across all socio-economic levels and ethnicities. Linked and similar to many psychological disorders such as depression or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, children who are diagnosed experience an array of endless and ever-changing symptoms.…

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    2007). BD can be difficult to detect because of its presentation and varied. However, BD detection is in adolescence and young adulthood; it could take 10 - 20 years to obtain an accurate diagnosis (Mitchell et al., 2004). Studies show that those with BD, only 30% are accurately diagnosed on first encounter (Elgie and Marseille 2007). According to Angst 2004, the disease burden in BD is suicidal thought (Angst, 2004). It is estimated that between 25% and 60% of individuals diagnosed with BD will…

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    Gating Pulse Synthesis

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    takes place. The signature of this coupling can be revealed by measuring the electron energy spectrum using the electron energy spectrometer attached to the microscope. The measured electron spectrum is shown in blue line curve in Fig. 2A. The white reddish part of the spectrum represents the ZLP while the shaded blue part shows the gated electron spectrum. The temporal profile of the “original” ultrafast electron pulse…

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    Gay Identity Speech

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    fire until all we know is agony, consumed by your words but we can't say much for fear you'll kill us, beat us, 'cause any news we see of us are only of our ghosts. We are not your toys and we are not we are not your over-dramatic shopping buddies and we are not your excuse to be like that. You take the love away from this earth and let everyone else cower before you. You let us cower before you. You make us cower before you. I don’t think a lot of people know what it’s really like to be gay.…

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    Alzheimer's Autism

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    Autism spectrum is a disorder that affects the central nervous system. It affects one out of every 68 children in the United States, and it occurs more often in boys rather than girls. Autism spectrum affects social interaction, both verbal and nonverbal communication, and behaviors and interests. A child’s development may be delayed from birth, or it can happen later in life. There are three main types of autism spectrum: asperger’s syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder, and autistic…

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    Introduction Client JN is a twenty-year-old Caucasian male who is has high functioning Asperger’s syndrome, an Autism spectrum disorder. JN has been admitted approximately 10 times for psychiatric care at different facilities around the Birmingham area in the past. JN came into the emergency department by ambulance after an altercation with the step mother. JN’s step mother has been in an intimate relationship and living with JN’s mother for about 10 years. The step mother and JN have never…

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    Children With ASD

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    An unofficial criteria when identifying Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is hinged upon emotional difficulties, uneven cognitive abilities and sensory problems. Many children with ASD may have an under-reaction or over reaction to sensory stimuli.. Children with ASD have difficulty self-regulating their emotions in high anxiety situations but may be unaware of dangerous situations such as walking into traffic. The uneven cognitive abilities are exhibited in a hyper focus in a particular subject…

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    Critical Thinking Activity

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    Critical Thinking Activity VNSG 1334 - Fall 2015: Autism and its impact on the family. How Autism spectrum disorders can affect a child’s ability to meet growth and development milestones in specific areas. The student will also provide a power-point slide outlining the information found in research of this topic Q: Healthcare professionals should directly observe and assess the child or young person’s social and communication skills and behaviour. C Healthcare professionals should consider…

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    Rodent Model Of Autism

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    Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder of early onset, highly variable in its clinical presentation. It includes the development of abnormal cortical circuitry that underlies autistic cognitive processes, social impairment and other behaviors. According to National autism association (2014), autism is the fastest growing developmental disorder, which affects 1 in 68 children. Autism greatly varies from person to person. The rate of autism has steadily grown over…

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    pregnant. Women were given drugs in the past called valproate for epilepsy and bipolar disorder for migraine headaches. Another drug thalidomide used as a sedative, caused birth defects. The most controversial one of them all is vaccinations for children. Because of the age of the vaccinations that’s when Autism can show up and parents believe that’s the cause of it all. Autism is a very unique disease, and can be detected between the ages of 18 months and 3 years old. Doctors cannot pinpoint…

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