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Fenichel, Gerald Miletello Esta obra, ya clasica dentro de la Neurologia Pediatrica, realiza un abordaje, basado en los signos y los sintomas, de los problemas iniciales frecuentes de los ninos con trastornos del sistema nervioso. Pages: - Read Online Download Tics and Tourette Syndrome: A Handbook for Parents and Professionals by Uttom Chowdhury This essential guide to tic disorders and Tourette Syndrome tackles problems faced both at home and at school, such as adjusting to the diagnosis, the effect on siblings and classroom difficulties.
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Fifteen correct answers suggests that you are fairly well informed. Twenty correct suggests that you are very well informed. This chapter comments on misleading information; quackery; health frauds; and problems with health-care products, services, costs, and access. It also outlines the strengths and weaknesses of consumer-protection forces, how consumers make health-related decisions, and the characteristics of intelligent consumers.
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What products are useful for self-care and family care? What is the best strategy for protecting against sun exposure? Can any product help to grow, restore, or remove hair? Can wrinkles be removed with any product or with plastic surgery? Are over-the-counter pregnancy test kits reliable? Are any over-the-counter drug products effective for menstrual cramps? How do the different types of contact lenses compare? Who should determine the need for eyeglasses, contact lenses, or a hearing aid? How safe and effective is surgery to improve vision?
Does it make sense to prepay funeral expenses? What services are available for the terminally ill? Which health coverage provides the best protection? How can consumers reduce their health-care costs? How much money should be budgeted for health care? What agencies and organizations help protect consumers? Which consumer groups are trustworthy? How can one register a complaint about a health prod- uct or service? The media have tremendous influence. Thousands of radio and television stations broadcast health-related news, commentary, and talk shows. Thousands of maga- zines and newspapers carry health-related items, and thousands of health-related books and pamphlets are published each year.
Thousands of books recommend unscientific health practices, as do countless Web sites, blogs, and other computerized information sources. Gunther3 has noted that the mass media have four main functions: to entertain, to inform, to carry adver- tisements, and to make money for their stockholders.