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disintegrative

/dis·in·te·gra·tive/ (dis-in´tĕ-gra″tiv)
1. being reduced to components, particles, or fragments; losing cohesion or unity.
2. having disorganized psychic and behavioral processes.

Patient discussion about disintegrative

Q. what would be the best way to protect my teeth from decaying?i fill pain always in my private parties,what prb whenever i take long with out sex,so i would like the advice from my fewwol

A. i fail to see the connection between teeth and groin pain...about the teeth. it's very very simple- get used to a healthy oral hygiene. brush your teeth in the right way twice a day for at least 6 minute. use floss. go to a dental hygienist, she'll guide you through it.

Q. Whether it`s possible for Bipolar disorder in children?

A. It is possible for children to suffer with bipolar disorder. It is a tricky diagnosis in children I would strongly suggest professional help when dealing with children with bipolar disorder.
I wouldnt trust the diagnosis of a GP, I would suggest getting a referal to a pediatric psychiatrist for a through evaluation and proper treatment

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Childhood Disintegrative Disorder: Extremely rare disorder characterized by a clearly apparent regression in multiple areas of functioning (such as the ability to move, bladder and bowel control, and social and language skills) following a period of at least 2 years of apparently normal development.
And the quality of any people is determined by their culture, not by their interests, which are always selfish and disintegrative.
It is incisive in its analysis of the integrative and disintegrative tendencies in Islam as Muslims in America seek to build a community.
European union is certainly the child of enlightenment, but experience indicates that an anti-integrative, or even disintegrative, romanticism must appear in opposition to such a tendency.
In such turbulent regions as Eurasia, the Greater Middle East, South Asia, and parts of Asia, disintegrative trends work against integrative trends, and the outcome is in doubt.
Dutilleux specifically dislikes the disintegrative and expressionistic referential strategies of an Alfred Schnittke (pp.
Teahan effectively incorporates the critical impulse with the fictional in James, so that creation entails a kind of entropic process of disintegrative irony.
2) Despite the disintegrative role of postmodernism as such, many of the individuals and movements that are affected by it are the natural constituents of any socialist project.
For others, the war may have remained a distant battle assimilated through news reports and abstract debates, rather than by personal action and profound loss; through conciliatory empathy rather than disintegrative grief.
My suggestion would be to heed the neglected transcendent Poe as much as the disintegrative one--give Richard Wilbur's Poe as much attention as D.
In a passage that would cause utilitarians to choke and libertarians to nod approvingly, we read that "arguments from the disintegrative effects of large disparities in wealth cannot possibly justify strict curbs on differences among people's holdings" (p.
But whenever the controversy and conflict signalize a loss of rapport, so that the participants seem to be talking at or past rather than with each other, then the differences should be recognized as disintegrative rather than productive.

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