Evaluation of Risk Factors Associated with being born with Cerebral Palsy

being born with Cerebral Palsy

There are some medical conditions or events that can happen during pregnancy and delivery that may increase a baby’s risk of being born with cerebral palsy. RISKS DURING PREGNANCY Multiple Births Twins, triplets, and other multiple births are linked to an increased risk of cerebral palsy. Infections During Pregnancy Infections such as toxoplasmosis, rubella (German measles), cytomegalovirus, and herpes, can infect the womb and placenta. Inflammation triggered by infection may then go on to damage the developing nervous system in an unborn baby.                     Blood Type Incompatibility Between Mother And Child ...

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Bipolar Depression Treatment,and a Treatment Guide to Attention Deficit Disorder

bipolar disorder treatment

There are some people in this world suffering from diseases such as ADHD, and Bipolar Depression. These are the two diseases that deal with mental abnormality of the person. They affect the person psychologically and may worsen if not treated well. ADHD; officially known as Attention Deficit Hyperactive disorder, is a disease in which the person is overly hyperactive and seeks for attention all the time.  The symptoms of ADHD are as follows: * Inattention: The child or the person might be disorganized, they might lack focus, having trouble in staying on a particular topic while speaking, may be distracted ...

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Autism-Spectrum Disorders Don’t Lack Empathy In Fact They Empathize Too Much

Autism-Spectrum Disorders

A ground-breaking theory suggests people with autism-spectrum disorders such as Asperger’s do not lack empathy – rather, they feel others’ emotions too intensely to cope.” “People with Asperger’s syndrome, a high functioning form of autism, are often stereotyped as distant loners or robotic geeks. But what if what looks like coldness to the outside world is a response to being overwhelmed by emotion – an excess of empathy, not a lack of it? This idea resonates with many people suffering from autism-spectrum disorders and their families. It also jibes with the “intense world” theory, a new way of thinking about ...

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7 Things You Need To Know About Lyme Disease Should Know

Lyme Disease

7 Things You Need To Know About Lyme Disease Should Know and Your Chances Of Getting It Sherrill Franklin was clearing brush from around her Pennsylvania home the first time she was infected with Lyme disease . She never saw the miscreant tick, but it wasn’t long before she noticed a bulls-eye shaped rash, now known to be something of a hallmark of the disease. At the time, though, even her doctor was flummoxed. “This was the 1980s, and at that time nobody I knew had ever heard of Lyme disease,” Franklin says. “I went to the doctor and he ...

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Esophageal Cancer Patient :Signs And Symptoms Shouldn’t Ignore…

Esophageal Cancer

Cancers of the esophagus are usually found because of the symptoms they cause. Diagnosis in people without symptoms is rare and usually accidental (because of tests done for other medical problems). Unfortunately, most Esophageal Cancer do not cause symptoms until they have reached an advanced stage, when they are harder to treat. Trouble swallowing:The most common symptom of esophageal cancer is a problem swallowing, with a feeling like the food is stuck in the throat or chest, or even choking on food. The medical term for trouble swallowing is dysphagia. This is often mild when it starts, and then gets ...

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