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n. very high quality marijuana containing lots of THC. (Probably from the association of THC with the use of marijuana in cases of chronic pain.) Where can I get some genuine chronic.
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93) Past year chronicity (average frequency of acts) Psychological Aggression 11.
There are researchers in Montreal explaining why drugs might increase the long-term chronicity of a disorder, and the WHO studies comparing outcomes in poor and rich countries, and Harrow's study, and then Andreasen's recent study showing that antipsychotic usage is associated with brain shrinkage (which in turn may be associated with increased negative symptoms, functional impairment, and cognitive decline.
Needs for cancer care are going to grow as our society ages and realizes that cancer is increasingly a very major contributor to morbidity and chronicity for an ever-larger segment of our population," explains ONS member Sarah H.
Thenar atrophy may be present, implying chronicity.
In the first third, the authors discuss at length the inimical misconceptions and myths surrounding schizophrenia, namely incurability, chronicity, endogenous, and erroneous belief of synonymy of absence of treatment and well-being.
Nurses in ISNAP have high success rate given the chronicity of their diseases.
Effective early intervention is important in trying to reduce chronicity.
Possible predictors included age, gender, socioeconomic status, Wide Range Achievement Test 3 Reading score (quality of education), social networks score, hardiness score, mood disturbance score, medical problems composite score, psychoactive drug use composite score, HIV chronicity, [CD4.
Do the authors have access to a prior HIV test result that may shed further light on the chronicity of HIV infection?
The Darfur problem started to show signs of chronicity.
The lungs and air sacs had a mild interstitial pattern that most likely resulted from regurgitation and aspiration or from the chronicity of an underlying disease process.
In cardiac patients, depressive symptoms at baseline and both the severity and chronicity of symptoms during follow-up were also associated with stroke.
Type 2 diabetes is one of the most chronic debilitating diseases in the United States and because of the chronicity and debilitating effects of the disease there is an increased incidence of morbidity and mortality.
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