That between 45 million and 55 million adults and youths suffers from a diagnosable
mental disorder in a given year.
Typically, EAPs handle all problems other than diagnosable
In the few studies looking at older patient samples, of those with a diagnosable
eating disorder, anorexia nervosa remains the most common (nearly two-thirds of all cases), followed by bulimia.
Glaucoma is a common and easily diagnosable
POWER TAY is an educational and career readiness program for adolescents and young adults between the ages of 16 and 28 who have a diagnosable
mental illness that has led to functional impairments in education and work.
I know I may be stepping into a hornet's nest with this observation, but I am not convinced that chronic Lyme disease exists as a diagnosable
If you overeat once a week for three months, lacking self-control and experiencing over-fullness afterward, and are distressed, embarrassed, and disgusted with yourself, you are diagnosable
It's a disease, it's diagnosable
and it's certainly something that can be treated--but it's not a war," said Gil Kerlikowske, director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
In this paper various conditions related to the umbilical cord and diagnosable
by ultrasound will be discussed under the following headings:
Success using hypnosis as an adjunct to IVF procedures in the following case suggests that its use in this area could be beneficial to those who through diagnosable
or idiopathic reasons are unable to conceive naturally.
The majority of young people in the American juvenile justice system have diagnosable
mental illnesses, including substance abuse, mental retardation and learning disorders.
The bulk of offenders, 60 to 90 percent, have diagnosable
antisocial personality disorders, and most people with anti-social personality disorders abuse alcohol or drugs.