... they may occur after a painful experience. The child
cries and has forced exhalation leading to ... a variety of factors, including the fact that the child
is not breathing, there is increased ... seen with seizures ), no incontinence , and the child
is fine in between spells. Electroencephalograms ...
Babies switched at birth
Kaspar Hauser — whom some hypothesize to have been the real child
of Karl, Grand Duke of Baden , switched at birth with a dead child
... in their logos or emblems .
Physician examining a child
2 History of medicine ... over the last century or so, including: increasing longevity, decreased child
mortality, increasing population numbers, better ability to monitor and ...
... Index (BMI) reaches 40 or more. In addition, obesity negatively affects the economic health of a society as well as other aspects of adult and child
health, often for life .   Childhood obesity is on the rise in Europe as well. 
In response to a ...
... F. (2002) Obsessive compulsive disorder secondary to brain dysgerminoma in an adolescent boy: a positron emission tomography case report. Journal of child
and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 12, 259-263.
Green, M.F. (2001) Schizophrenia Revealed: From Neurons to Social Interactions. New York: W.W. ...
... and making safe, effective, and appropriate dispositions--all by telephone. It may include everything from disease management, AIDS counseling and child
abuse hotlines to 911 and telemetry monitoring, and takes place in settings as diverse as emergency rooms, large call centers and hospices.