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Adult outcome of hyperactive boys. Educational achievement, occupational rank, and psychiatric status.
OBJECTIVE The paucity of data concerning the long-term natural history of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a common childhood psychiatric disorder, prompted a longitudinal study toExpand
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Adult psychiatric status of hyperactive boys grown up.
OBJECTIVE Numerous studies have examined the adolescent and young adult fate of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). In marked contrast, relatively little is known about theExpand
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Hyperactive boys almost grown up. V. Replication of psychiatric status.
We previously reported a prospective follow-up study of 101 young adult males whose conditions had been diagnosed as hyperactivity in childhood. Compared with controls, probands had significantlyExpand
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Educational and occupational outcome of hyperactive boys grown up.
OBJECTIVE Little is known about the adult outcome of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a very prevalent childhood disorder that is known to affect deleteriously academic performanceExpand
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Human vitamin D receptor mutations: identification of molecular defects in hypocalcemic vitamin D resistant rickets.
Our laboratories have been interested in the mechanism by which steroid receptors in general, and the 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D (1,25(0H)2D) receptor specifically, interact with sequences in the targetExpand
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Anxiety sensitivity among children of parents with anxiety disorders: a controlled high-risk study.
We investigated whether parental anxiety was related to anxiety sensitivity (AS) in offspring. Subjects were 261 offspring (aged 6-17 years) of parents with lifetime DSM-IV anxiety and/or moodExpand
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ACTIVE TUBERCULOSIS AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN TORONTO, CANADA: CLINICAL FEATURES AND DELAYS IN DIAGNOSIS
There are few studies on tuberculosis (TB) in adolescents. During a 6-year period, 23 adolescents were treated for TB in our center. Most were foreign born. The average time from symptom onset toExpand
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Initial health screening results for Karen refugees: a retrospective review.
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Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Condom Utilization among AxumPreparatory School Students
Background: Condoms are an integral part of sexual transmitted disease, unwanted pregnancy and human immune deficiency virus (HIV) acquiring immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) prevention and their useExpand
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Initiation and maintenance of persistent infection by respiratory syncytial virus.
Propagation of cells infected with temperature-sensitive (ts) mutants of respiratory syncytial (RS) virus at nonpermissive temperature (39 degrees C) resulted in cytolytic, abortive, or persistentExpand
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