Søren Ventegodt10
Mohammed Morad8
Isack Kandel7
Ariel Tenenbaum4
Daniel T. L. Shek4
10Søren Ventegodt
8Mohammed Morad
7Isack Kandel
4Ariel Tenenbaum
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The aim was to determine the association between loss of muscle mass, loss of muscle strength, and physical ability in individuals with ID. Upper and lower extremity strength, muscle mass and muscle quality (MQ) were calculated. Physical ability was measured according to the Katz activities of daily living (ADL), stair climb test, and sit-to-stand test. We(More)
Leo Kanner described autism in 1943, and Hans Asperger described the syndrome in 1944. The term Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD) was first used in the 1980s to describe a class of disorders that include (1) Autistic disorder, (2) Rett disorder or syndrome, (3) Childhood Disintegrative Disorder, (4) Asperger's disorder or syndrome, and (5) Pervasive(More)
Marijuana (cannabis) remains a controversial drug in the twenty-first century. This paper considers current research on use of Cannabis sativa and its constituents such as the cannabinoids. Topics reviewed include prevalence of cannabis (pot) use, other drugs consumed with pot, the endocannabinoid system, use of medicinal marijuana, medical adverse effects(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of physical training on balance, strength, and general well-being in adult people with intellectual disability (ID). This study evaluated how physical training can effect physical and psychological change among 'older' adults with mild ID. Participants consisted of non-randomly selected groups with ID(More)
The field of holistic medicine is in need of a scientific approach. We need holistic medicine--and we even need it to be spiritual to include the depths of human existence--but we need it to be a little less "cosmic" in order to encompass the whole human being. Many important research questions and challenges, empirical as well as theoretical, demand the(More)
INTRODUCTION There are multiple ways to address the mental and behavioral health needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). METHOD In this paper, we do not argue for a particular approach or set of approaches, but instead review the benefits of integrating mental and behavioral health supports with primary healthcare based(More)