Etymology: L, premature
pertaining to something that occurred at an earlier stage of life or development.

Patient discussion about praecox

Q. every time my friend eat, before she swallow it she gets severe heartburns and nausea. what causes this

A. She could be suffering from gastric acid problems and should try taking anti-acid medications (after consulting a doctor, of course). Also there's a simple test that can be done for a bacteria called H.pylori that makes the stomach produce more acid, and by taking antibiotics this problem resolves.

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wintersweet Chimonanthus praecox, or wintersweet, is a woody shrub that can be evergreen or deciduous.
Wintersweet, or Chimonanthus praecox, is another treasure to be found at this time of year.
Like PeeGee, Praecox is a hardy shrub growing about 10 feet high, blooming in midsummer, and livening fall with its persistent, dried, papery brown flower heads.
Similarly, infestations of the high risk weeds--Rubus anglocandicans, Agapanthus Agapanthus praecox, Cotoneaster Cotoneaster spp.
In studies upon regeneration and acclimatization of selected ornamental plants (Agapanthus praecox, Jucticia betonica and Celosia cristata) Yaacob et al.
Las especies vegetales de interes para la produccion apicola son: Larrea divaricata, Cercidium praecox (Ruiz & Pav.
1950) Dementia Praecox or the Group of Schizophrenias (transl.
El IVIL expresa la importancia ecologica de las especies, la mayor jerarquia es para tres arbustivas dominantes y colonizadoras: Acacia praecox, Ruprechtia apetala y Ruprechtia triflora; seguidas por las arboreas propias del Chaco Serrano: Caesalpinia paraguarensis y Schinopsis marginata.
Ramirez spent the last 30 years of his life in state hospitals with what was diagnosed at the time as "dementia praecox (schizophrenia), catatonic form.
53g from the diet dominantly comprised of Phyllostachys praecox bamboo shoots (Table 5; Li et al.
By the late 1920s, schizophrenia had overtaken dementia praecox as a diagnosis, but autism was still applied to children and adults whose emotional and interpersonal experiences appeared remote, solitary, and cut off, and therefore not really emotional and interpersonal at all.