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I suppose injured while kneeling will now become a recognized condition in the NFL, with a lengthy rehabilitation timeframe.
It has been a recognized condition in the medical and psychological literature for 40 years.
Tabanda, who sponsored Resolution 364, asked if Casanova also recognized Condition 16.
The drug, commonly used to treat epilepsy, calms hyperactivity in the brain of patients with amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI), a clinically recognized condition in which memory impairment is greater than expected for a person's age and which greatly increases risk for Alzheimer's dementia, according to the study conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins University and published this week in NeuroImage: Clinical.
Femoral nerve damage, or femoral neuropathy after cardiac catheterization or stent placement could be a very painful (1), but sometimes not well recognized condition.
Shift work disorder is now a recognized condition in the International Classification of Sleep Disorders, specifically called Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder, Shift Work Type.
In contrast, vocal cord dysfunction (VCD) is a more recently recognized condition affecting 2%-5% of young athletes, though "these numbers are continuing to go up.
The Vietnam War spawned post-traumatic stress disorder as a clinically recognized condition, but it has been found to apply in many situations besides combat since then.
If your child has a recognized condition where the gene has been identified, you can be given very good information regarding the risk to other children and the risk to your child's children.
And David Healy reminds us that Prozac is very much a product of its time and place: the combination of the amendments to the Food and Drug Act (1962), which linked drug availability to diagnosis of disease, and the development of selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors was critical to the emergence of depression as a recognized condition treatable by Prozac and other SSRIs.
Binge eating disorder is a newly recognized condition that probably affects millions of Americans.
In 1981, 189 cases of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), a newly recognized condition, were reported to CDC from 15 states and the District of Columbia; 76% of cases were reported from New York and California.

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