Down Syndrome Types New Finding Complications Life and Support

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Down Syndrome Types New Finding Complications Life and Support nathan-anderson-J3Xjyg5m8kY-unsplash down syndrome According to the CDC around 6,000 babies born in the United States have Down syndrome. And The National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) also says around 1 in every 700 births occurs with this condition. Further, this genetic disorder remains the most common chromosomal …

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Effective Anxiety Depression Treatment

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Effective Anxiety Depression Treatment ben-blennerhassett-L7JGC_bgWyU-unsplash Here is a great tool if you suffer from anxiety or depression written by a medical professional who had his own issues. It’s all about retraining your brain from those negative thoughts you may have. Cognitive behavioral therapy, I just finished reading this. Before the summer began …

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Neurogenic Rosacea Fifth Subtype Variant Complex Nerve Trigger cause

Neurogenic Rosacea

The subject is our complex integumentary system (skin) and rosacea highly misunderstood disorder. I had come across a connection with rosacea and our nervous system before. It is referred to as neurogenic rosacea. So I decide to dig a bit further as this is Rosacea Awareness Month. Since rosacea as we know it is still …

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4 Rosacea Subtypes Complex Skin Disorder Eyes Symptoms Treatments

Rosacea is a chronic complex disorder that affects about 16 million Americans. It looks like a sunburn on the face but not painful to touch. There are 4 rosacea subtypes. Triggers such as heat and stress bring on flare ups. These redden the face and this may vary among individuals. It may progress or lead …

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Dermatillomania/Excoriation Skin Picking Tips for Busy Hands

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Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Last updated 03/19/2021 Skin picking also called Dermatillomania or Excoriation disorder is a BFRB. It consist of grooming habits that involve; repeated touching, rubbing, scratching, digging, picking, peeling, pulling, biting or scraping the skin, turn compulsive and cause damage to the body leaving painful sores. It is common to have …

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