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Intellectual Development In Later Adulthood
Marriage: Everyone who is married, regardless of station in life, wishes for a loving marriage. When we fail or go through difficult times it can affect our spirits, lower our mood as our emotions connect to our brain chemistry and we start to feel low and in some cases slow intellectually. Depression and low mood can have dramatic affects on all aspects of our lives. Remember how great falling in love felt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Scientists in HerbalLegacy.com state that potassium deficiencies cause the development of moles, the moles that appear in adulthood'not genetic'true?
Forgive my frankness: If that were true, people with renal wasting of potassium would be the folks who develop moles. You are living in the 21st century and need to develop basic scientific literacy and discernment. The claim (HHH page 120) isn't even made by 'scientists', but by one herbalist with a fertile imagination writing in 1953. You're doing yourself a disservce by wasting you time on this stuff. ...Read more
Multidimensional: There are many phases of adulthood with varying typical tasks. Intellectual development in early adulthood (say 20-30) involves applying what one has learned to a set of discrete real-world tasks (family, career). This requires constraining one's pov. Later in life (50+), further development requires a re-broadening of one's outlook to encompass much that one needed to set aside. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 4 yo daughter has underarm body odor like an adult would have. She shows no other abnormal signs-no hair, breast development. Is this a problem?
This does happen: with children sometimes without any underlying reason or problem. However, I would recommend discussing this with her pediatrician, and having her examined by them also. They may suggest some laboratory testing to rule out a metabolic or endocrine problem, but they may also determine that it is not a problem and allow you to use a basic deodorant only product. ...Read more
Does most or at least half of the adult population have gum recession as a result of natural aging into their eighties?
Can Swab test result prove whether a child has an infection, like influenza? Can it also done in adult and to find other medical issue with someone?
Nasal swab: There is a nasal swab test for influenza. It is not incredibly reliable (meaning it can be negative but still have the flu). These tests are specific in what they test for - I'm not sure what "other medical issue" you want to rule out but a flu swab isn't going to be the test to do it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was born w/ no soft spot and as a result had big forhead when l was a baby and know asan adult I have no head deformaties. Do I have craniocynostosi?
Craniosynostosis: You made your own diagnosis, but its a shame that it might have not been discovered in infancy... At this point you cannot do anything to change that. The skull is formed and thats all the room you get for your brain! however, if you have neurological symptoms like seizures, learning problems (developmental delay) you probably should consult a neurologist and properly review your medical history. ...Read more
Can chiropractor permanently fix cervical herniated disks or just reduce symptoms? Could that add 3 inches of additional height in an adult as result
Cervical Herniated D: I understand your desire to have relief from pain Chiropractic Treatment can reduce symptoms, it cannot add 3 inches of additional height in an adult as result, it cannot permanently fix cervical herniated disks Let the Wise Woman within you ask: • Severity of symptoms • Limitation of Functioning • Seeing Orthopedic Physician, Establishing Diagnosis with MRI or CT Scan • Treatment Options ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How Far Over?: Brain damage from a fever generally will not occur unless the fever is over 107.6 °f (42 °c). That being said, if a person has a relatively low threshold for febrile seizures, it is conceivable that a lower fever could induce frequent seizures and cause problems from low oxygen getting to the brain (anoxic injury). ...Read more
If adult wears/wets diapers by choice 24/7 for months/years, will urinary incontinence eventually result? Any other worries if careful with hygiene?
Can an adult permanently grow taller by going to a chiropractor w/ the adjustments done during those visits? Would the torso or legs grow as a result?
No: If you're 36 yo, there is nothing a chiropractor can do that will make you grow more. ...Read more
Doctor, TSH Test level is Adult - 0.35 - 5.5 microIU/mL but my result is TSH - 6.75... my age is 26 years , male.. is it curable & Dangerous? Pls
Elevated TSH: Your TSH result is well above the normal range, if you fit the population used to define the range. This most often means that your thyroid hormone is not meeting the needs of the body, so your pituitary is signaling for more production. Hormone supplements should be considered and should bring the level back to normal. Rare pituitary tumors may independently produce TSH.so keep that in mind. ...Read more
Anti-mullerian hormone: any known functions in adult males and is it dangerous if it's reduced or eliminated as a result of testosterone replacement?
It can be huge...: A child's general health can definitely affect a child's development, both neurologically and physically. Chronic malnutrition or specific nutritional deficiencies or serious health problems and their treatments (cancer, cystic fibrosis, etc.) can have profound affects on a child. ...Read more
Read, play, talk: And listen. We're all recommending activities that involve your engaging with your child in an interactive way, sharing joint attention. Pairing reading & cuddling is great. Limit the sum of all electronic play/viewing to a max of 2hrs./day if >2Y.O. Talk about whatever you're doing & let him "help".Tell him your rules & consequences for behavior; follow thru with time-out after 1 warning. Enjoy! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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