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Genetics + environ-: ment, including prenatal environment. The ongoing interaction of an infant, toddler, child or teen with his or her environment, e.g., parents, family. & community, determines his or her developmental trajectory. This transactional theory of development removes the question of nature vs. nurture. ...Read more
Clumsy and awkward: Dyspraxia is just a fancy way of describing someone who is clumsy and awkward. Most of us are born this way. Some develop symptoms due to trauma, infections, drug effects. For some it represents the symptoms of a underlying disease of the nervous system. Most of us need to practice and work hard to develop motor skills, but once we learn, we can do great things. It can be a cross to bear. ...Read more
Excess carbon: Since industrial pollution of air and water is connected to negative effects on air quality directly and weather patterns more broadly (heated oceans), human health is the direct target of excess carbon production. Recall images of Chinese citizens wearing face masks on the street or sad flotilla of dead fish. The shame of this abuse is the sale of bottled mountain air in urban industrial areas. ...Read more
Adrenal insufficency: Adrenal insufficiency in dogs is not contageous to humans. When a dog's adrenal cortex doesn't work, the dog makes less cortisol. In humans, adrenal insufficiency isn't particularly common and is usually the result of autoimmune disease in this country. The result is also low cortisol. If your pet has adrenal insufficiency, you don't need to worry about contracting it from your dog. ...Read more
Measels (rubeola).: Measels is a viral infection that is thought to infect humans only. Measles is spread through respiration (contact with fluids from an infected person's nose and mouth, either directly or through aerosol transmission), and is highly contagious. Measels can be prevented by childhood vaccination against the virus. ...Read more
I have 18 years and I have been masturbating since i was 13, excessive masturbation can affect human growth and can not grow?
A bacteria in soil: Pseudomonas putida is a bacteria, and is a very common germ that lives in soil and freshwater environments all over the world. It plays a very important role in the decomposition that drives the carbon cycle. It's reported that p. Putida can break down many types of hydrocarbons and organic toxins. In that manner, p. Putida helps clean up our environment. ...Read more
Diatomaceous earth: Some people tout food-grade diatomaceous earth as a digestive cleanser. It will not be harmful, but i'm not sure it's really needed. Pica involves compulsively eating non-nutritive substances like clay and dirt. The makers of food grade diatomaceous earth claim that use of their products may even help pica, rather than increasing it. I could find no studies addressing this -- sorry! ...Read more
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