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Pregnancy Pee Linked to Kid's Bad Behavior: Phthalates, ADHD, Conduct Disorder, OH MY! by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 10 Feb 2010 12:39pm Pregnant Mom Alert #523: Clear out your cosmetics. Ditch the deodorant. Trash your toiletries. Contact your Congressperson. Phthalates, again! In your beauty regime.  Seems they harm your unborn baby's developing brain eventually turning them into aggressive, surly kids, maybe even criminals. So says a Mount Sinai study published online in thi ... Read on »
Maryland Authorities Charge “Lupron Protocol” Promoters With Unprofessional Conduct, Unlicensed Practice of Medicine by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 19 May 2011 1:40pm The father-son team of Mark and David Geier have been charged with violations of medical practice. Mark Geier is a physician and his son, David, holds a bachelor of arts degree. Maryland Authorities Charge “Lupron Protocol” Promoters With Unprofessional Conduct, Unlicensed Practice of Medicine is the most recent post by Kathleen Seidel of Ne ... Read on »
Genes and Low Birth Weight Combine to Increase Risk of Conduct Problems Alongside ADHD by Nicolas I. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 6:26pm In the past, we have investigated the role of the COMT gene and its effects on the onset and severity of ADHD cases. Now it appears that this gene may play a role not only in the ADHD itself, but conduct or behavior disorders which often occur alongside (or are comorbid to) of ADHD. Recall from earlier posts that COMT (which is short for ... Read on »
Conduct Disorder in Teens Predicts Substance Use Disorder by addictiondoc Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 2:21pm Conduct Disorder is an emotional and behavioral disorder in childhood and adolescence that involves aggression, bullying, destruction of property, truancy, and running away. Teenage alcoholism and teenage drug abuse, is often seen along with Conduct Disorder.  Attention Deficit Disorder tends to precede it. A recent study in the O ... Read on »
Mischief Makers: Secondhand Smoke, Lead Linked to Conduct Disorder by Environmental Health Posted Mon 30 Jun 2008 9:00pm Mischief Makers: Secondhand Smoke, Lead Linked to Conduct Disorder Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
Reaching Accord on the Ethical Conduct of Child Observational Research by Environmental Health Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 9:00pm Reaching Accord on the Ethical Conduct of Child Observational Research Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
Kids' Callousness Associated With Conduct Problems by HealthFinder Posted Mon 21 Feb 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink Lack of empathy, emotion linked to raised risk of antisocial behavior, research suggests. ... Read on »
Quantitative in vivo Methods to Estimate the Conduction Time of Nerve Impulses in the Brain by nih.gov Posted Wed 23 May 2012 8:00pm Description of Invention: The axon diameter distribution (ADD) is an important anatomical feature of nerve fascicles both in normal and abnormal development. Axon diameter directly affects nerve function. It is well known that in myelinated axons, the conduction velocity is directly proportional to axon diameter. Moreover, it ... Read on »
The Enterprise Risk from Dubious or Unethically Conducted Research to Population Health Management Companies & Ten Options That by JaanS Medical Doctor Posted Wed 20 Feb 2013 8:20pm MEMO   To:        Chair of the Board, Any Population Health Management Service Provider Company  From:    The Disease Management Care Blog Priority: High Date:     Feb. 20, 2013 Re:       Implications  of "Research" for your company's "Enterprise Risk Management"   Thanks to the 2004 Congressional Budget Office analysis and similar reports ... Read on »
Unprofessional Conduct and the Code of Ethics by Jamie C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Nov 2010 9:30am Riley, M. http://medicalstudentblog.co.uk In the mid 1970s, a nursing educator in Idaho had contact, through a student, with a female client who had chronic myelogenous leukemia. This form of leukemia can often be managed for years with little or no chemotherapy. The woman had done well for about twelve years and as ... Read on »