Tay-Sachs becomes apparent in infancy. Infants with tay-sachs appear normal until the age of 3 to 6 months, when the baby gradually stops smiling, crawling, turning over and reaching out. The baby continues to lose skills gradually and eventually becomes blind, paralyzed and unaware of surroundings. Death usually occurs before the age of four. This form of Tay-Sachs is known ass Infantile TSD.
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Scientists have identified a normally small subset of immune cells that may play a major role in the development of Crohn’s disease generally and in disease associated steroid resistance specifically (SRI, 2014). I know this is not part of the assignment, but I chose Crohn’s disease, because my Aunt suffers from it. I never fully understood the symptoms and the pain that she endures from this disease, until I did all this research. It is awful. I really hope with the way technology is, they find a cure.
Although there is no cure for this disorder, there are treatment plans available to help those affected by this disorder to be able to live and function in everyday life. Through my research, I have learned that dissociative identity disorder affects 0.01% to 1% of the general population but as much as 7% of the population may have undiagnosed dissociative identity disorder. I think that living with dissociative identity disorder would have to be among the most difficult things to live with, as it is possible that one of the personalities may even try to kill you and because there is no full cure. Works Cited "Dissociative Disorders." Prevention.
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Every year, more than 200 million children under five years old fail to reach their full cognitive and social potential. There are simple and effective ways for families and caregivers to ensure optimal child development. [pic] During early childhood (from the prenatal period to eight years of age), children undergo rapid growth that is highly influenced by their environment. Many challenges faced by adults, such as mental health issues, obesity, heart disease, criminality, and poor literacy and numeracy, can be traced back to early childhood. Every year, more than 200 million children under five years old fail to reach their full cognitive and social potential.