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causality

 [kaw-zal´ĭ-te]
the relationship between cause and effect.

cau·sal·i·ty

(kawz'al-i-tē),
The relating of causes to the effects they produce; the pathogenesis of disease and epidemiology, are largely concerned with causality.

cau·sal·i·ty

(kaw-zali-tē)
The relating of causes to the effects they produce; the pathogenesis of disease and epidemiology are largely concerned with causality.

cau·sal·i·ty

(kaw-zali-tē)
The relating of causes to the effects they produce; the pathogenesis of disease and epidemiology are largely concerned with causality.

Patient discussion about causality

Q. how is depression caused by having cancer treated? I mean not only the patient, also the family members who tend to get depressed by the situation. how can you treat thi skind of depression?

A. thanks guys, you are great. Nice to have such a community here.

Q. What causes fibromyalgia? Is fibromyalgia a deadly disease?

A. The causes of fibromyalgia are not known. But there are many theories such as abnormalities in brain chemicals, infections, trauma, genetics and hormonal changes. Factors such as poor sleep, fatigue, overexertion and anxiety, may aggravate the symptoms. Fibromyalgia is not a progressive or life-threatening condition, but it affects quality of life. Fibromyalgia is only a disorder of muscles and not a disease.

Q. Is that true that mouth sores are caused by lack of vitamins? I’ve been having white mouth sores in the past 6 months or so. Could that mean I have to take vitamin supplements?

A. yup ... autoimmune reactions means your immune system is not working well
it's not working well because it lacks the nutrient and vitamins it needs to function properly
- take lots of vitamin c to boost your immune system
- organic multivitamins
- organic juices high in anti oxidants
- and most important .. omega 3-6-9

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Boonin ends his critique with four cases intended to illustrate the invalidity of the three-step argument he ascribes to Rand on the basis of the just-discussed principle of causality. (31) The three-step argument, in turn, is described first as an application of the principle of causality to ourselves, and then, separately, as an application of the principle to the offender.
The passive interpretation of the principle of causality
Thus we must ipso facto suspend at this point the generality of the principle of causality, which becomes literally senseless when the arrow of time is not pointing, cannot be pointing, from the past towards the future.
For it requires a suspension of disbelief regarding the standard view of natural occurrence subject to the Principle of Causality.
(6) "A proper Principle of Causality nowise impedes free will" (Das wahre Causalprincip steht ...
The larger issue, in our view, isn't accounting per se but the inconsistent application of the principle of causality in some traditional management accounting approaches.
Due to the principle of causality, the metric gab is functions of u (= t - z), i.e.,
According to the principle of causality, [alpha] has a value, and to be consistent with (26) [alpha] = 0.
According to the principle of causality [7], this accompanying gravity [g.sub.ab] should be a gravitational wave since an electromagnetic wave is the physical cause.
(5) Thus, they are incompatible with the approximate validity of electrodynamics and violate physical principles including the equivalence principle and the principle of causality [7, 30].
It is not, however, the principle of causality, which demands an answer to the question about why things are, but rather an ontological principle, which shows that and how things are as they are and not otherwise.
Some say that it violates the theory of relativity and the principle of causality, others support the ideas that this hypothesis works for particles with no mass or imaginary mass, in non-locality, through tunneling effect, or in other (extra-) dimension(s)." Kamla John, [9].

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