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CHILDHOOD
SEVERE SYMPTOMS
SEVEN
HANNAH WHITALL SMITH
INITIATORY PATTERN
AGES 15
FULL ADULTHOOD
EUROPE GIVING CONCERTS
CHILD APPROACHES ADULTHOOD
GIANTESS RINDR
INTACT FORESKIN
HOME EXPOSURES
DEFICIENCY
LACTASE
DENTATE GYRUS
NEUROGENESIS
ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECT
CONGENITAL HEART DEFECTS
LATE ADULTHOOD
REACHING ADULTHOOD
TUMOR
NOTOCHORD
DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN
SEXES
HEART ATTACKS
FRUSTRATION
VERGE
THRESHOLD
FOOD ALLERGY
ALLERGY
EPILEPSY
HEART DEFECTS
COMMON
HAY FEVER
TYPE
CEREBRAL PALSY
RISK
THREE SONS
GROWTH
PITUITARY GLAND
CANCERS
TESTOSTERONE
ABILITY
LIVE
PROBLEMS
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Definitions

  1. In adulthood, the growth hormone continues to have an influence on a few special cells and stimulates these cells to divide and multiply.
  2. In adulthood, the three brothers quarreled over a beautiful boy they were all in love with, by the name of Miletus, son of Apollo and Areia.
  3. By adulthood, the IPS is clearly active during symbolic numerical operations.
  4. When adulthood is achieved, its secretion dramatically slows, bone growth plates close, and growth essentially stops.
  5. Young adulthood is a time when most of us finish school, find a career we enjoy, and create a family of our own.

Childhood

  1. Both types of allergies can develop at any age, although onset in childhood through early adulthood is most common.
  2. Some forms of Tay-Sachs disease are much milder with onset of the disease later in childhood or even adulthood.
  3. IBS can begin in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood and can resolve unexpectedly for periods throughout an individual's lifespan, recurring at any age.

Severe Symptoms

  1. The overall prognosis is positive, but a minority of children with Tourette syndrome have severe symptoms that persist into adulthood.
  2. This form of the disorder typically has less severe symptoms that may include mild anemia beginning in adulthood.

Seven

  1. Seven watches as the children of Chrysalis-in particular, a brilliant youth named Khan Noonien Singh -- grow to adulthood.

Hannah Whitall Smith

  1. Hannah Whitall Smith had seven children in all, but only three—Mary, Alys Pearsall, and Logan Pearsall—survived to adulthood.

Initiatory Pattern

  1. Also in keeping with the initiatory pattern of the relationship, Heracles in the end gave his pupil a wife, symbolizing his entry into adulthood.

Ages 15

  1. Crohn's disease typically begins in young adulthood, most often between ages 15 and 40.

Full Adulthood

  1. In Japan, twenty is the age of full adulthood.

Europe Giving Concerts

  1. Liszt studied and played at Vienna and Paris and for most of his early adulthood toured throughout Europe giving concerts.

Child Approaches Adulthood

  1. In humans the plates of the cranium fuse together as a child approaches adulthood.

Giantess Rindr

  1. For this act, Odin and the giantess Rindr gave birth to Váli who grew to adulthood within a day and slew Höðr.

Intact Foreskin

  1. Some believe there is great value to having an intact foreskin, such as allowing for a more natural sexual response during adulthood.

Home Exposures

  1. Conclusions: Home exposures and parental atopy both increased the risks of new-onset asthma in adulthood but did not show an interactive effect.

Deficiency

  1. The wide spectrum of multidrug resistance 3 deficiency: from neonatal cholestasis to cirrhosis of adulthood.

Lactase

  1. It is estimated that 75% of adults worldwide show some decrease in lactase activity during adulthood.
  2. Most people produce less lactase as they reach adulthood.

Dentate Gyrus

  1. Adrenal steroids inhibit cell proliferation in the dentate gyrus during the early postnatal period and in adulthood.

Neurogenesis

  1. Neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus begins before birth but then continues into adulthood.

Atrial Septal Defect

  1. The exam findings for an atrial septal defect (ASD) often aren't obvious, so the diagnosis is sometimes not made until later childhood or even adulthood.
  2. A person born with an atrial septal defect may have no symptoms in childhood, and the condition may go undetected into adulthood.

Congenital Heart Defects

  1. Congenital heart defects may produce symptoms at birth, during childhood and sometimes not until adulthood.

Late Adulthood

  1. Lymphocytic gastritis can be observed in children but is usually detected in late adulthood.
  2. Spontaneous remission of bone symptoms is well known, but the disease may re-appear in middle or late adulthood.
  3. Her work in late adulthood as a 'comet hunter' was beyond Carolyn Shoemaker's imagination as a young girl.

Reaching Adulthood

  1. After 15 weeks, your puppy will only get a parvovirus shot until reaching adulthood - at least 1 year after the final puppy vaccination.
  2. In insects with metamorphosis, the larva must become a pupa before reaching adulthood.
  3. The European conger is found on rocky and sandy bottoms, staying near the coast when young and moving toward deeper waters upon reaching adulthood.

Tumor

  1. Liver cancer, adult primary: A tumor in which the cancer starts during adulthood in cells in the liver.

Notochord

  1. Urochordate larvae have both a notochord and a nerve cord which are lost in adulthood.

Development

  1. Loeber, R., & Hay, D. (1997). Key issues in the development of aggression and violence from childhood to early adulthood.
  2. Developmental psychologists investigate the development of reasoning from birth to adulthood.

Women

  1. The incidence of meningiomas increases with age; most occur in women in mid to late adulthood.
  2. Therefore, particularly during adolescence and early adulthood, women should increase their food sources of calcium.
  3. Limitations This paper will describe how society stereotypes men and women from birth to adulthood.

Sexes

  1. Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria affects both sexes equally, and can occur at any age, although it is most often diagnosed in young adulthood.

Heart Attacks

  1. People with this disorder also tend to develop atherosclerosis and heart attacks during early adulthood.

Frustration

  1. Physical immaturity dooms the child's desires to frustration and his or her first step toward adulthood to failure.

Verge

  1. A Separate Peace The novel, A Separate Peace by John Knowles looks into the life of young men on the verge of adulthood.

Threshold

  1. As the Bar Mitzvah boy steps over the threshold from childhood into adulthood, he is introduced to the Mitzvah of Tefillin.

Food Allergy

  1. Food allergy in adulthood seems to be commonly associated with sensitization to other allergens, particularly those inhaled.

Allergy

  1. People who reach adulthood without becoming sensitive have only a 50 percent chance of developing an allergy to poison ivy.

Epilepsy

  1. Lennox-Gastaut syndrome is a rare but debilitating form of epilepsy that frequently persists into adulthood(1).
  2. Men are at a slightly higher risk to develop epilepsy in childhood, but in adulthood the incidence of epilepsy is equal among men and women.
  3. Problems that originate in the immature brain can appear as epilepsy or other brain-function problems in adulthood.

Heart Defects

  1. Although more children born with heart defects are now living to adulthood, they still face a higher than average risk for heart failure as they age.
  2. Some heart defects may be minor early in life but cause problems in adulthood.

Common

  1. In the United States, EBV infection is most common during adolescence and early adulthood (ages 15 to 25).
  2. ABPA is also common in cystic fibrosis patients, as they reach adolescence and adulthood.
  3. A common virus, it is estimated that up to 80% of Americans carry cytomegalovirus by the time they reach adulthood.

Hay Fever

  1. People who develop hay fever in early childhood tend not to have the allergy in adulthood.
  2. Although hay fever can begin at any age, you're most likely to develop it during childhood or early adulthood.

Type

  1. They found that metabolic syndrome in children may have a direct link to type 2 diabetes in adulthood.
  2. Few people reach adulthood without having had at least one opportunity to bang on a keyboard of some type.
  3. Ramsay Hunt syndrome type II a type of rare and severe progressive epilepsy that usually begins in early adulthood.

Cerebral Palsy

  1. Cerebral palsy can affect every stage of maturation, from childhood through adolescence to adulthood.
  2. PVL, the most common type of premature newborns' brain injury, leads to cerebral palsy in 60 percent or more of those who live to adulthood.

Risk

  1. Documented head injury in early adulthood and risk of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.

Three Sons

  1. From all available records and an old personal history of the family, these three sons did not live to adulthood.

Growth

  1. By early adulthood, they catch up on growth and attain normal height; however, weight typically remains below average.
  2. Although hGH is no longer needed for growth after reaching adulthood, hGH is essential for many other vital functions.

Pituitary Gland

  1. Untreated, the tumor eventually destroys the pituitary gland, resulting in death during early adulthood.

Cancers

  1. Age. Papillary and follicular thyroid cancers can develop at any age but are more common in young adulthood.
  2. In fact, in most of the laboratory studies, cancers appeared late in life, regardless of whether the exposure was begun in infancy or in early adulthood.
  3. In these inherited forms of MTC, the cancers often develop during childhood or early adulthood and can spread early.

Testosterone

  1. In adulthood, testosterone maintains libido, muscle strength, and bone density.
  2. However, women also produce testosterone and, just as in men, it is important during development as well as adulthood.

Ability

  1. Among its new elements was the ability for petz to breed and produce offspring that could age from baby petz to adulthood.
  2. In contrast, most Caucasians (80%) have a gene that preserves the ability to produce lactase into adulthood.

Live

  1. This son, hence known by the name Britannicus, did however not live to adulthood (he died in 55), and never became Emperor.
  2. Depending on disease onset and severity, type 1 patients may live well into adulthood.
  3. Hatshepsut was favored by the Temple of Karnak over her two brothers who did not live into adulthood.

Problems

  1. Some symptoms improve over time and may cause little or no problems in adulthood.
  2. Children with temporary congenital hypothyroidism should be followed-up regularly during adolescence and adulthood for possible thyroid problems.
  3. Some heart defects cause major problems immediately after birth, and some cause few, if any, problems until adulthood.

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