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Sunday, July 31

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    You can eat healthier and consult your doctor about whether insulin or another medication will work for you.
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Saturday, January 9

  1. page Nate Wilkie Cerebral Palsy edited ... The different types of cerebral palsy are spastic cerebral palsy, athetotic or athetoid cerebr…
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    The different types of cerebral palsy are spastic cerebral palsy, athetotic or athetoid cerebral palsy, and ataxic cerebral palsy. Ataxic cerebral palsy is a rare form that affects the sense of balance and ability to judge how far away something is. People affected often have poor coordination; walk unsteadily and while they're walking their feet are really far apart. Spastic cerebral palsy talks about the increased tone, or tension, in a muscle. Normal muscles work in pairs. Usually when one group of muscles tightens up the other relaxes which it makes it easier to move in the right direction.
    To get cerebral palsy you either have to have a serious brain injury or be born with it.
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    by taking aAntispasmodics (a special medication.medication.)
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  2. page Nate Wilkie Cerebral Palsy edited Cerebral Palsy ... are only slightly affected, affected a little bit, while others The sympt…
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    are only slightly affected,affected a little bit, while others
    The symptoms are difficulty with muscle control, can't use scissors, and can't use pens/pencils.
    The people who it affects are the people who are born with it. When they're being born it's hard and they're head gets stuck and causes injury.
    You can't prevent cerebral palsy.
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    To get cerebral palsy you either have to have a serious brain injury or be born with it.
    People can manage their conditions by taking a special medication.
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  3. page Nate Wilkie Cerebral Palsy edited ... You can't prevent cerebral palsy. These treatments include training to maximise muscle streng…
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    You can't prevent cerebral palsy.
    These treatments include training to maximise muscle strength, speech therapy, braces and splints to adjust the positioning of joints, surgery to release short muscles that make movement difficult and medications to ease spasticity.
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    in the desiredwanted direction.
    To get cerebral palsy you either have to have a serious brain injury or be born with it.
    People can manage their conditions by taking a special medication.
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  4. page Nate Wilkie Cerebral Palsy edited ... You can't prevent cerebral palsy. These treatments include training to maximise muscle streng…
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    You can't prevent cerebral palsy.
    These treatments include training to maximise muscle strength, speech therapy, braces and splints to adjust the positioning of joints, surgery to release short muscles that make movement difficult and medications to ease spasticity.
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    balance and depth perception.ability to judge how far away something is. Affected persons
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    one group contractstightens the other
    To get cerebral palsy you either have to have a serious brain injury or be born with it.
    People can manage their conditions by taking a special medication.
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  5. page Nate Wilkie Cerebral Palsy edited ... You can't prevent cerebral palsy. These treatments include training to maximise muscle streng…
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    You can't prevent cerebral palsy.
    These treatments include training to maximise muscle strength, speech therapy, braces and splints to adjust the positioning of joints, surgery to release short muscles that make movement difficult and medications to ease spasticity.
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    cerebral palsy.
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    desired direction. Unlike Spastic Cerebral Palsy, the Athetoid Cerebral Palsy is marked by a movement disorder of muscles, which are too loose, giving the child no vertical stability.
    To get cerebral palsy you either have to have a serious brain injury or be born with it.
    People can manage their conditions by taking a special medication.
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  6. page Nate Wilkie Cerebral Palsy edited ... The people who it affects are the people who are born with it. When they're being born it's ha…
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    The people who it affects are the people who are born with it. When they're being born it's hard and they're head gets stuck and causes injury.
    You can't prevent cerebral palsy.
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    treatments include physical and occupational therapytraining to buildmaximise muscle strength,
    There different types of cerebral palsy are spastic cerebral palsy, athetotic or athetoid cerebral palsy, and ataxic cerebral palsy.
    Ataxic cerebral palsy is a rare form that affects the sense of balance and depth perception. Affected persons often have poor coordination; walk unsteadily, placing their feet unusually far apart.Spastic cerebral palsy refers to the increased tone, or tension, in a muscle. Normal muscles work in pairs. When one group contracts the other group relaxes, allowing free movement in the desired direction. Unlike Spastic Cerebral Palsy, the Athetoid Cerebral Palsy is marked by a movement disorder of muscles, which are too loose, giving the child no vertical stability.
    To get cerebral palsy you either have to have a serious brain injury or be born with it.
    People can manage their conditions by taking a special medication.

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Friday, January 8

  1. page Nate Wilkie Cerebral Palsy edited Cerebral Palsy ... to describe teh the effects of ... that limits motor control. control o…
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    that can improve an affected person's ability to perform daily tasks.help people that are affected.
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    difficulty with motor skills,muscle control, can't use
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    with it. When they're being born it's hard and they're head gets stuck and causes injury.
    You can't prevent cerebral palsy.
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    muscle strength, speachspeech therapy, braces
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    There different types of cerebral palsy are spastic cerebral palsy, athetotic or athetoid cerebral palsy, and ataxic cerebral palsy.
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    Unlike Spastic CP,Cerebral Palsy, the Athetoid CPCerebral Palsy is marked
    To get cerebral palsy you either have to have a serious brain injury or be born with it.
    People can manage their conditions by taking a special medication.

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Tuesday, January 5

  1. page kynett-asthma edited ... of the main reason reasons for starting asthma attacks. Some asthma attack symptoms such …
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    of the main reasonreasons for starting asthma attacks. Some asthma attack symptoms such as wheezing are easy to catch. But other asthma attack symptoms like feelings of anxiety or panicking are not as easy to recognize.Other people may have an itchy chin before they start to feel short of breath and cough. Not common, but people may only have symptoms at nighttime (called nocturnal asthma). Risk factors include, being exposed to the following: Secondhand Smoke, Polluted air, Obesity, and family history of both asthma and allergies. The best way to stay away from getting asthma is staying away from substances that cause irritation to the airways.
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