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What is juvenile appetite disorder?
No information about juvenile appetite disorder can be found, other than in connection to a case against a mother charged with murder in the death of her 13-year-old son. The cause of death was starvation due to "untreated juvenile appetite disorder." The disorder was not explained, nor is the term found except in connection to this one particular case.
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Oppositional defiant disorder, ADHD, the beginnings of sociological disorders, paranoia, separation issues, trust issues, etc... Look under the DSM IV, its the diagnostic crit…erion for psychiatrists Abusive behavior from a parent to the problem child is a disorder in the parent passed onto the child (learned behavior.) There are some cases where the juvenile deliquent is just that and has no apparent reason for being a little stinker. Marcy
Juvenile(s) and/or minor(s) are the plural legal term for anyone under the age of majority in their state or municipality. For the most part the age is 18 years old in most st…ates, 17 in some states, and 19 in only one state.
The correct form in "to whet your appetite". "Whet" means to hone or to make more keen or stimulated, whereas "wet" means to cover or soak with water. a whet "wet" rock is use…d to sharpen knives. the stone or rock is actually wet with water or oil to lubricate & cool the material bing sharpened
it means you've done something against the law when your under 18
"Appetite" is defined as the desire to eat, while "hunger" is defined as the physical need for food. Appetite is often mistaken for hunger.
A feeling of craving something, the term "appetite" is most commonly used in the context of an appetite for food or drink.
i say anyone under the age of 18 years old
Eh, not as far as i know! But i could be wrong... Maybe your thinking of anorexia? THAT is an eating disorder but not necessarily a loss of appetite. Sorry if i didn't ans…wer correctly! :)
it is not. scientists think it may be a disease
the smell taste, and texture of food
juveniles are a person under the age of 18 in most states, 17 in some states, and 19 in 1 state.
Which eating disorder is characterized by an abnormal craving or appetite for nonfood substances such as dirt paint or clay that lasts for at least 1 month?
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Various appetite stimulant medications are available if there is a medical condition suppressing the appetite, such as dementia, cancer or cancer therapy, AIDS, etc. The thr…ee most often prescribed have been: Remerol Marinol Megace And in some states: Medical Marijuana Also: Steroids in low doses may sometimes help, if there are no contraindications. Marinol is a capsule that has the active ingredient in marijuana that gives the "munchies". It is good since the dosage is controlled, it doesn't need to be eaten or smoked (although there are vaporizers for delivery of medical marijuana) and it also helps with nausea due to chemotherapy, etc. Some doctors are hesitant to prescribe it due to the perceived connection with street drug use, but it can be effective and should be considered along with other appetite stimulants that have more adverse side effects. Non Medical Conditions: If the reason for the loss of appetite is not a medical condition or treatment, then some people can improve appetite by chewing gum, using aroma therapy, and some herbs are available at health food stores that are claimed to help. These may also help those with medical loss of appetite, but are usually less effective for the extremely lowered appetite from medical conditions.
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