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lack of responsibility by Gertrude Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Oct 2008 9:04am I work in a system that runs an EMT-enhanced and a Paramedic on the truck. We do not switch out on calls. The EMT-E does not run any calls in. They do not practice to their level. I am not saying that they are not an asset because they are without a doubt. I am saying that they have been given knowledge and then restricted in their ability to care ... Read on »
Lack of Response by Nikki M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:11am On Saturday morning and Tuesday evening Muddear exhibited very odd behavior when we tried to wake her up. It didn't matter if we attempted to wake her up after a good night's rest or an afternoon nap. Muddear was completely unresponsive after numerous attempts to rouse her from sleep. On Saturday, once awake, she had difficulty speaking and was ver ... Read on »
Watch Fox & Friends Sunday On Lack of Government Response to Skyrocketing Autism Rates by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Mar 2012 12:00am Watch EBCALA's Communications Director  Becky Estepp on Fox and Friends on Sunday, April 1st with Alisyn Camerota at 8:45am EDT on Sunday, April 1st.  Becky will be talking about the new autism prevalence of 1 in 88 kids and discussing what the federal government should be doing and isn't.  Tune in to watch and please comment ... Read on »
Q and A: Sleep Responsible for Lack of Weight loss? by Kelly .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 10:00pm Hi Kelly, Long story short, I am trying to lose about 10-15 pounds. I am 29 years old, 5ft 7in, and about 135. I have been at and maintained at 120-125 in the past and am just looking to get back into my clothes comfortably and feel good about myself again! I am currently eating about 1500-1700 calories per ... Read on »
Daily Responsibilities (and lack of doing them) by Erin Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:18pm I'm seriously lagging behind in the normal everyday tasks that need to be done in this house. It's not dirty, much, mostly just cluttered. Of course with kids, cats, and a dog, I shouldn't expect perfection, but a little cleanliness now and again wouldn't hurt. I've decided that in an effort to keep myself out of the bed I love so dearly, ever ... Read on »
Disaster Response: Psychological First Aid for Children by Christina Thielst Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 13 Apr 2009 11:38pm Below are links to brochures (English and Spanish) to assist with the psychological needs of children in a disaster situation.  The three primary steps are to:   Listen,  Protect and Connect PFA Children Spanish              PFA_Children English Read on »
Altered reward response in bulimia by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 May 2009 10:05pm Last year, Walter Kaye and colleagues published a report that found women who had recovered from anorexia showed an altered reward response, which was demonstrated in difficulties distinguishing between positive and negative outcomes. In other words, someone with anorexia didn't show positive feelings when they "won" at a simple game: they only ... Read on »
Brain-Imaging in Depressed Moms Shows Blunted Response to Crying Infant by HealthFinder Posted Sat 26 Feb 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink But the response is muted rather than negative, study finds. SATURDAY, Feb. 26 (Hea ... Read on »
Brain-Imaging in Depressed Moms Shows Blunted Response to Crying Infant by Jodi K. Posted Fri 04 Mar 2011 1:18am   SATURDAY, Feb. 26 (HealthDay News) -- Armed with brain scans, researchers have discovered bawling babies trigger a far more muted response in the brains of depressed mothers than in mothers who aren't depressed. Contrary to a previous theory, "it looks as though depressed mothers are not responding in a more negative way than non-de ... Read on »
Tips to Raising Your Children to Have a Sense of Personal Responsibility by Dr. Daisy S. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 11 Apr 2012 2:00pm   “I called her a name because she called me a name”, “I took his toy because he took mine.” Or “She hit me first!”   Does this resonate with you? Do you wish your children would understand and accept responsibility for their actions? Your answer is most likely yes as this is a common concern for parents. Assuming a sense o ... Read on »