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The treatment of others with deference in daily interactions, weighing their values, views, opinions and preferences.

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Q. What difference does fructose makes to a diabetic with respect to glucose? I am diabetic with type 2 NIDDM. My colleague with the same NIDDM type2 has a better glycemic control than me. He follows strict diet. He prefers fructose sugar and avoids other sugar as much as possible. He suggested me the same. What difference does fructose makes to a diabetic with respect to glucose?

A. All carbohydrates—like starch and sugars like dextrose, maltose and glucose must be controlled for high consumption by a diabetic. Whereas fructose sugar had a slight different metabolic route inside the body and it does not requires insulin. Glucose requires insulin. As a diabetic lacks insulin production; the glucose increases the sugar level of the body but fructose is out of this system of functioning by our body and makes a diabetic to control it well. The energy level of glucose and fructose are almost similar.

Q. I am really worried about my mom who is 38 yrs and has 4 children. Her self-esteem is very low. I am really worried about my mom who is 38 yrs and has 4 children. My two sisters are living with her, they are 11 and 15. I and my elder sister got married. She goes to work, comes home and stays in her room. She refuses to socialize with anyone, even to us. Her self-esteem is very low. It breaks my heart to see her like this. Is there anything that you can suggest?

A. depression can be the cause of it. how long it is going on? if more then 2 weeks- try to get her to go and get checked out. tell her that she shouldn't settle with living like that- she can live in a much better feeling.

Q. Our child is on Adderall. He is 10 and ADD/ADHD .Does not mind and is not respectful. What Is A Solution?? He does good in school but as he gets older he is leaning in a direction of not minding. My wife and I don't know where to go before it is to late. He goes to a play counselor who helps him in doing better in his school work. He is our nephew and we have raised him from birth. If anyone can give us some direction we would appreciate it very much.

A. i think that in this stage he should be evaluated by a professional. he will see the child and give you a diagnose and recommended ways of treatment.

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The following question and the response scale were under each story: "To what extent do you consider that the human rights are respected in this country?" The response scale was an 11 point scale with "Not at all" at the left extreme and "Completely" at the right extreme.
As her children handle the social challenges of middle school and college, Rix and her husband have tried to create an atmosphere where their children feel respected and loved enough to come to them with any questions about sexuality.
* deems that every human being has an intrinsic and inviolable dignity and value which includes the right to freedom of religion, conscience, or belief that should be respected and safeguarded;
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Confucian writers described how parents and the elderly should be respected in a variety of forms and the importance of individual forms has been treated by writers in varied ways depending on their belief and interests, and the context of discussion.
Being honest and extending discipline when needed is welcomed and respected by campers.
At Leawood, he and his assistants took over a moribund program, reshaped its whole philosophy, and produced a respected, competitive and winning football program practically overnight.
In general, a transaction will be respected for tax purposes if it has economic substance compelled or encouraged by business or regulatory realities, is imbued with tax-independent considerations, and is not shaped solely by tax-avoidance features that have meaningless labels attached.
Unlike the previous sense, here "respect" constitutes a kind of "moral esteem." The good priest is not respected because he possesses a certain social role, which would be more aptly called "prestige," but because he is virtuous.
On this view, a person should respect himself for the same reason he should be respected by others, namely, because he has excelled in the development of some (morally proper) excellence of character.
If you respected him and what his abilities were, then he returned that respect in spades.