2 in mental-health cases after the NCR about the kinds of mental illnesses in the province, their gender, age and causes of those afflicted
with mental disorders.
She said 75 percent of the afflicted
are children; and that 30 percent of infant deaths probably is due to rare diseases.
Finally, he said Kuwaiti assistance offered to afflicted
all over the
It intervenes whenever 2 percent or more of the total number of passengers and crew is afflicted
with gastrointestinal illness.
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After all, the people who seem to be least afflicted
come from the center of the country; while people from the ocean coasts seem to be most often afflicted
--those politicians from New York, Massachusetts, and California were badly hit.
People who have been afflicted
with this condition for extended periods of time lose their ability to process food normally, thereby leading to potentially severe health problems.
Trendy Hawaiian shirt maker Reyn Spooner has come out with a limited edition aloha shirt depicting the life of Blessed Damien de Veuster, a Belgian Sacred Heart missioner who served those afflicted
with leprosy on the island of Molokai, Hawaii.
According to Worby, the suit will seek the creation of a long-term medical testing and treatment fund for those afflicted
with exposure related illnesses and also an as yet unnamed amount of financial compensation.
UV radiation intensity, they conjectured, might predict the proportion of patients afflicted
with DM in a given locale.
Coming away from that meeting, he realized how little long-term care organizations collectively knew about Parkinson's disease and the many ways in which those afflicted
could be helped.
Interventions are typically held at the home of the afflicted
, although you might also choose such "neutral" places as a church, a counselor's office, or out behind a dumpster.
A global stigma against those with mental illness prevents the afflicted
from receiving proper care and unnecessarily instills fear in both sufferers and society as a whole.
Laurie Winn Carlson argues that accusations of witchcraft were linked to an epidemic of encephalitis and that it was a specific form of this disease, encephalitis lethargica, that accounts for the symptoms suffered by the afflicted
, those who accused their neighbors of bewitching them.
The orphans are no longer orphans, the afflicted
, no longer afflicted