Jerry had a stroke several months ago. Among the changes his family has noticed is that he now blows up over little things, cries over minor problems and laughs at anything, no matter how silly. Jerry is showing
Suddenly, Lavinia is unable to remember what she was doing. She screams that bugs are crawling all over the walls. She begins to wildly swing her arms around. She can't fall asleep at night, but finally falls asleep at daylight. Lavinia most likely has
Janice is showing signs of dementia. In addition, she experiences tremors in her hands and head. When she is given a medication that increases her dopamine level, her tremors stop, but they return as soon as the medication wears off. Janice
It has been observed that if a women gives birth to a child with Down Syndrome before the age of 35 she has an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's Disease. Which of the following best explains this observation?
Before the accident, Bob was unemployed and had few friends. Lionel, who suffered comparable head trauma, was a successful businessman and had just married. Which of these men should have the more favorable outcome and why?