... is weight gain instead of weight loss . poor
Absorption & Osteoporosis Many factors can contribute to poor
absorption of minerals , besides too little ... individuals with either type of diabetes . poor
weight gain in spite of a good appetite , ...
... Testimonies, August 30, 1896. - poor
appetite Excerpt from THE DISNEY ENCYCLOPEDIA ... loss or overeating with weight gain ; ... poor
weight gain in spite of a good appetite , ... and the absorption of food , especially poor
absorption of fats and fat -soluble vitamins ...
... , vibrations or emotions. recrudescence ... poor
CIRCULATION AND CHILLS SYMPTOMS" Cold hands ... , low thyroid, and vitamin E deficiency . poor
circulation and blockage of blood in the leg ... from leg cramps is called claudication . poor
circulation and decreased resistance of the ...
... pain due to inadequate venous drainage, poor
return of blood by the veins of the legs. ... Cramping or pain in a leg caused by poor
blood circulation . This condition is ... fingers, hand , or forearm. people with poor
circulation who have intermittent limping, also ...
... for transmitting a cold is by shaking hands. poor
hygiene helps it spread People or animals ... faeces. The parasite is then spread through poor
hygiene or contaminated soil, food or water (see the box below). poor
hygiene "Losing" a tampon — when a ...
... Treatment : ... irritability , lethargy , poor
feeding , drowsiness or seizures . Older ... changes. Irritability is commonly caused by poor
sleep resulting from nighttime hot flashes. A ... do not feel irritable. irritability poor
feeding failure to grow high fever s The ...
... ... Acute mesenteric ischemia often has a poor
prognosis , since death of the intestine ... activity and may reveal a lack of oxygen from poor
circulation ( ischemia ). Electrodes covered ... chest, arms, and legs. Determine whether poor
blood flow ( ischemia ) is present in a person ...
...... lethargy and inactivity irritability poor
feeding episodes of apnea (more common in ... a hospital ! ... irritability , lethargy , poor
feeding , drowsiness or seizures . Older ... Early signs of infection can be as subtle as poor
feeding , lethargy , ...
... ), epilepsy , severe learning difficulties (with poor
communication skills and little or absent ... slow growth, a small head ( microcephaly ) and poor
muscle tone ( hypotonia ). Infants with cri ... such as a short attention span, hyperactivity , poor
im pulse control, extreme nervousness and ...
feeding in infants Definition: poor
feeding occurs when an infant demonstrates ... an inability to take in adequate nutrition . poor
feeding Feeding problems may include ...
... . This fluid buildup, or swelling , is caused by poor
circulation in the veins ( venous insufficiency ... veins or other conditions that lead to poor
blood circulation in the lower legs, this ... , or eczema of the legs, is caused by poor
circulation and is found in older persons ...
... . Neuralgia can result from tooth decay , poor
diet , eye strain , nose infections , or ... an infection . Tooth decay is often caused by poor
dental hygiene , although the tendency to get ... salivary gland s making the face more round poor
skin condition Irregular period s Lethargy ...
... is diagnose d with an eye exam. If the exam shows that a child has poor
vision in one eye , the doctor may diagnose amblyopia after ruling ... normally during childhood. Usually the child has one weak eye with poor
vision and one strong eye with normal vision . Lazy eye , also ...
... of the abdomen and the appendix is removed. Other factors include poor
circulation , high fever or other acute illness, surgery , radiation ... anesthesia , drastic reducing diets, stress (depletes B vitamins ), poor
diet , skin disease , sudden weight loss , ... A team approach in ...
... 4-12% of school -aged children have ADHD , a condition characterized by poor
im pulse control and excessive motor activity. Attention Deficit ... with issues such as hyperactivity , attention deficit s in school and poor
eating and sleeping patterns, many of these issues lessen with age. A ...
... mood swings and depression Aggression Fatigue Breast tenderness poor
concentration Tearfulness The feeling of being misunderstood ... ... bloating gas foul- smell ing bowel movement s weight loss poor
growth in children tiredness behavior changes and irritability ...
... , brain injury , or muscular dystrophy , and can cause paralysis or poor
function of the tongue or the muscle s in the throat and esophagus ... brain injury to the fetus caused by low oxygen levels ( asphyxia ) or poor
circulation , infection , and trauma . Avoiding the causes of brain ...
... brain. Cerebral palsy may involve muscle stiffness ( spasticity ), poor
muscle tone, uncontrolled movement s, and problems with posture, ... the brain. Symptoms usually appear in the first year of life and include poor
head control, feeding difficulties and delays in motor development. ...
Central nervous system
... to six months after the initial strep throat , muscle weakness and poor
coordination may develop, causing poor
grasp, sloppy handwriting and jerky movement s. Research has ...
... or divorce; child abuse - both physical and sexual; unstable caregiving, poor
social skills; chronic illness; and family history of depression . ... of a parent to death or divorce; child abuse ; unstable caregiving, poor
social skills; chronic illness; and family history of depression . ...
... of having cellulitis . Two common causes of chronic leg swelling are poor
circulation because of difficulty with veins, and poor
circulation because of heart disease . Chronic cases: The pain ...
... cough ) Discomfort during swallowing Hoarseness Weight loss and poor
appetite ... Cough - common with flu and can become severe; only ... factors that increase its chances: family history of cancer , smoking , poor
diet (high in fat , low in fiber ), ... Symptoms include cough ...
... , muscle s, or bones of the foot as a result of the nerve damage and poor
circulation that is associated with diabetes . Diabetic Foot Care ... foot troubles result from two abnormalities caused by the disease poor
circulation and decreased sensation. New indication, 6/00: use with ...
... of dried foods and animal meat, especially in the case of herbivores. poor
water quality, especially high levels of nitrAte. Long-term use of salt ... ingestion of highly refined grains instead of the whole kernels), from poor
absorption of thiamine (as in chronic diarrhea ), from conditions ...
... as to time and place, such as forgetting where you live on your street. poor
or decreased judgment, such as dressing improperly for the weather or ... sounds ... Problems with language Disorientation to time and place poor
or decreased judgment Problems with abstract thinking Misplacing things ...
Failure to thrive
... foul- smell ing stools Protruding abdomen Developmental delay poor
muscle coordination that usually develops after age 10 Muscle weakness ... Failure to thrive in infants may be a result of poor
feeding techniques ... Organic failure to thrive includes any ...
... walking , running, or jumping on a hard surface. But other factors include poor
shoes, fallen arches , insufficient warm-up, poor
posture, faulty walking and running techniques, or overstraining. ...
... Diseases - A collective term for nutrition al disorders (result of poor
assimilation or utilization of food ) and metabolic disorders (result of poor
metabolism or inherited enzyme abnormality). In 2000, the Food ...
... Choose Your Foods Carefully Clear links have been made between poor
nutrition and the bronchi al difficulties of asthma . Good nutrition ... of dried foods and animal meat, especially in the case of herbivores. poor
water quality, especially high levels of nitrAte. Long-term use of salt ...
... How do they occur? foot ulcers caused by pressure, nerve damage, or poor
circulation ( Ulcers occur most often over the ball of the foot, on the ... can worsen foot ulcers in people with diabetes and ulcers caused by poor
circulation ( venous skin ... Even minor sores that don't heal can ...
... of food poisoning are on the rise, with the most common culprit being poor
food hygiene . But there are simple ways in which you can cut the risk. ... cattle. There can be a number of possible causes for this including poor
diet , food poisoning , viral infection in the intestine s, stress ...
... contracted) Ruptured or herniated disk Degeneration of the disks poor
alignment of the vertebrae Spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal ... to have occurred easily - Noticeable delays in development combined with poor
sleeping habits and general irritability ... Stress fracture s ...
... Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Dr Trisha Macnair Dr Rob Hicks poor
concentration, hyperactivity and learning difficulties are some signs ... 4-12% of school -aged children have ADHD , a condition characterized by poor
im pulse control and excessive motor activity. Attention Deficit ...
... again begin. This is called intermittent claudication and is a sign of poor
circulation . Claudication Cramping or pain in a leg caused by poor
blood circulation . This condition is frequently caused by hardening ...
... such as dyslexia . Coping with the symptoms can mean underachievement and poor
self-esteem. Mental retardation , seizures , breathing problems, ... learning disabilities , mild to moderate mental retardation , ... poor
school performance peer pressure grief learning disabilities ...
... -- it typically occurs with walking and goes away with rest -- due to poor
circulation of blood in the arteries of the legs. Chronic leg ... morning), aching and stiffness in the hips and shoulder s. people with poor
circulation who have intermittent limping, also called claudication , ...
... of normal endometrial tissue . instead of the whole kernels), from poor
absorption of thiamine (as in chronic diarrhea ), from conditions ... of the body (e.g., hyperthyroidism , pregnancy , fever ), or from poor
utilization (as in liver disease ). Non- trauma tic osteo necrosis is ...
... contracted) Ruptured or herniated disk Degeneration of the disks poor
alignment of the vertebrae Spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal ... development and growth, learning disabilities , decreased movement , poor
feeding , sleepiness and urinary incontinence . Muscle spasm s and a ...
... coating on motor and sensory nerve s gradually deteriorates, resulting in poor
transmission of nerve impulses. The feet and legs are the first to ... by the white blood cells of the myelin sheaths; malnutrition or poor
diet ; stress ; possible food allergies (dairy products or gluten); ...
... diet or in association with malabsorption disorders characterized by poor
fat absorption . Nutrition Facts labels Labels required by law on ... difficulties due to pulmonary edema - Pale skin , fatigue ... poor
nutrition - Studies show that bedsores are more likely to develop in ...