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notice

Forensic medicine Information on a pending court action–eg, a hearing Managed care See Advance beneficiary notice.

notice,

n a provision in some contracts allowing either party to inform the other that the contract must come to an end, usually by a specified date.

notice,

n 1. knowledge; information; awareness of facts.
v 2. the knowledge of facts that would naturally lead an honest and prudent person to make inquiry constitutes “notice” of everything that such inquiry pursued in good faith would disclose.
v 3. to observe.

Patient discussion about notice

Q. at what age can you first notice adhd? does it have to appear as a learning disorder or can it be in a much younger age?

A. thanks guys, I'm afraid my niece has ADHD,she is only 4 years old but follows the symptoms I read here on imedix...I hope it isn't that though she is a very smart girl so I'm sure she'll be fine anyway...

Q. My son is addicted to alcohol which I recently noticed. Now what to do about him? Hi, I am Kennedy. My son is studying in a familiar University. He is addicted to alcohol which I recently noticed. Now what to do about him? Is there a way to get him back? I am upset with his behavior.

A. It is up to your son at this point,if he has a alcohol problem it is always better for him to ask for help,i feel for you.mrfoot56

Q. Hi members, after I notice that our symptoms match those of fibromyalgia. Hi members, after I notice that our symptoms match those of fibromyalgia, do we have to live with it and simply manage it for the rest of our life or try some luck with food and meds? Thanks.

A. If you could have given a particular age details then it could have been easy to analyze. This condition is relatively new, yet it's appearing in epidemic numbers. Dr. Whiting (an orthomolecular nutritionist), finds in his work with people suffering with this that they are all very toxic. When their systems have been properly detoxified their symptoms will disappear. His personal feeling is that this is a condition of hyper-toxicity and manifests itself in people who are unable to physically cope with the overload of toxins in their system.

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References in classic literature ?
On election day all these powers of vice and crime were one power; they could tell within one per cent what the vote of their district would be, and they could change it at an hour's notice.
The news quickly spread through the train, which contained about one hundred passengers, thirty of whom, at most, attracted by the notice, ensconced themselves in car No.
This included the literary notices and the book reviews, and I am afraid that I at once gave my prime attention to these.
But that's his way, Miss Grey: when he comes into a poor body's house a-seein' sick folk, he like notices what they most stand i' need on; an' if he thinks they can't readily get it therseln, he never says nowt about it, but just gets it for 'em.
These the girl could not read though she guessed that they were the names of the tunnels, or notices indicating the points to which they led.
By midday on the following morning London was placarded with notices, the heading of which was sensational enough to attract observation from every passer-by, young or old, rich or poor.
Of their aunt they see little, but from time to time they see notices in the papers that there is a focus of light in Denver, where mighty thunderbolts are being forged which will one day bring the dominant sex upon their knees.
He had reason to believe that discoveries made by modern travelers in Central America had been reported from time to time by the English press; and he wished copies to be taken of any notices of this sort which might be found, on referring to the files of newspapers kept in the reading-room of the British Museum.
He turns aside to ring a hand-bell on the table as he speaks; and notices in the guide's face plain signs that the man has taken offense at my disparaging allusion to him.
Again the fiat of the Plutocracy went forth, and the small business men and manufacturers swamped him with a flood of notices that he must discontinue running their old advertisements.
Our information respecting Hesiod is derived in the main from notices and allusions in the works attributed to him, and to these must be added traditions concerning his death and burial gathered from later writers.
He spoke of me all the time, in the blandest way, as "this prodigious giant," and "this horrible sky-towering monster," and "this tusked and taloned man-devour- ing ogre", and everybody took in all this bosh in the naivest way, and never smiled or seemed to notice that there was any discrepancy between these watered statis- tics and me.