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disasterPublic health Any unanticipated event that requires urgent response, bringing people and/or property out of harm's way in order to minimize loss of life or destruction of property; disasters are described by certain parameters Vox populi A cataclysmic event in which there is a loss of multiple lives and/or major property damage. See Climatologic disaster, Geological disaster, Man-made disaster, Natural disaster, Tsunami.
Patient discussion about onset
Q. Once I read in this iMedix group that stress is one of the suspect causes for the onset fibromyalgia. Once I read in this iMedix group that stress is one of the suspect causes for the onset fibromyalgia which is not proven. So can we take that both are separate? If not what is the relationship between stress and fibromyalgia?
Q. how do you know if you have early onset of alzheimers? i'm 47. i do have extreme tremors at times and memory l i was told this could be what i have by a psychiatrist. What else can cause me to have these symptoms at my age and how do i know?
Q. I am 48 and I find myself sometimes experiencing problems coming up with names of people and places. Here's another common question that people ask me. I am 48 and I find myself sometimes experiencing problems coming up with names of people and places. Is this a sign of a memory disorder?