References in periodicals archive ?
The researchers found that nearly 12% showed signs of clinically significant hoarding behavior, compared with an estimated 5% of the general population (P = .0008).
Hoarding disorder and ADHD are considered two separate entities.
Hoarding rice to create a scenario wherein rice is scarce results in skyrocketing rice prices.
Pupils from Alexander Peden Primary were invited by provider of partnership housing Lovell to design and decorate the hoarding at the site of the former Harthill Primary School, where the firm is building 20 houses on behalf of North Lanarkshire Council.
But they say hoarding of animals is also on the rise, "often accompanied with the inability to provide minimal standards of care".
Deputy Controller, Department of Petroleum Resources, Ibadan field office, Mr Sadiq Ibrahim who led the team, said the DPR would, in the ongoing exercise, penalize filling stations for hoarding and selling above pump price.
Each year, between 900 and 2,000 new cases of animal hoarding, impacting as many as 250,000 animals, are reported in the U.S.
The most obvious victims in animal hoarding cases are the animals themselves.
As director of the Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, Elizabeth Berliner, DVM, MA, ABVP, has participated in more than a dozen hoarding investigations and says, "Typically, animal hoarders do not recognize that they're failing to provide adequate care, and they may not even recognize death."