INEC and other stake holders on the other hand should engage on sensitization and voter education by highlighting the danger of voter apathy
to our democratic culture while making efforts to rebuild the confidence of Nigerians on the electoral process.
Age was the only demographic variable significantly associated with higher apathy
scores about one's courses.
By realizing this simple truth, we can begin the treatment for apathy
A diagnosis of neuropsychiatric apathy
due to recurrent GBM or craniotomy is made, although substance-induced mood disorder due to concurrent dexamethasone and opiate use is considered.
is a huge problem in today's dental assisting realm.
The most common instruments used to detect apathy
in ALS patients are the Frontal Systems Behavior (FrSBe) scale, which includes an apathy
subscale [18, 19]; the Dimensional Apathy
Scale (DAS) ; and the Apathy
Evaluation Scale (AES) .
The search terms were ("bilateral deep brain stimulation" OR "bilateral subthalamic stimulation") OR (bilateral stimulation AND "subthalamic nucleus") AND ("Parkinson disease" OR "Parkinson's disease") AND "apathy
If there is a war against drugs, this could also be a war against apathy
, a war against indifference among the youth.
It wasn't apathy
that lost the SNP their Holyrood majority and made the Tories the second party after last May's elections, it was the Scottish people demonstrating how tired they are of the Nationalist single-policy agenda and the failure of Labour to put up any kind of opposition.
It's clear that more work is urgently needed to address the apathy
problem and reduce the waste of savings."
is a strong clinical marker in AD," says Gad Marshall, MD, a neurologist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and associate medical director of clinical trials at the Center for Alzheimer Research and Treatment at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
I looked around at men who have owned tickets for 20, 30, 40 years and saw apathy
from fans of a club the mentioning of whose name conjured up grainy images of shipyard workers, collierymen; proud men; of Beardsley, Gazza, Shearer.