Answer: Approximately 4 to 5% of the U.S. population has one or more clinically significant phobias in a given year.
I have been unable to find any information about the statistics of thalassophobia specifically. Since it is often misdiagnosed and mistaken for other illnesses like ADHD or Bipolar disorder it is very hard to say with certainty how many people actually suffer from thalassophobia.
Answer: im guessing this is for a school related task, is that true? well anyways circulated money within the US was extremely low, to the extent the families around the country were dying of starvation. this was due to the stockmarket crash of 1929 by the way. depression and disease was widespread across the country and jobs were obviously scarce. now thats my brief summary if you need more than just check wiki they probably go more in depth.
How many people suffer from Anorexia?
An estimated 1 in every 250 people is anorexic or has anorexia-like tendencies.
Answer: There is no known cause to the disorder, but in my opinion personal feeling, a person who has low self-esteem. It causes the individual to feel rejection and an alleged pressure from society. As a result an anorexic person is always looking for perfection.
Answer: I spent 3 hours investigating your question by talking to many different nutritionists - Anorexia is a terrible ailment and many celebrities have met their demise via this clinical entity. To name just 17 who have had to deal with anorexia/eating disorder: * Karen Carpenter (musician/singer)- died at the age of 32 * Margaux Hemmingway (actress) * Christy Henrich (gymnast) - died at age 22 * Heidi Guenther (ballet) died at age 22 * Paula Abdul (dancer/singer) * Catherine Bell (actress) * Susan Dey (actress) * Diana, Princess of Wales * Sally Field (actress) * Jane Fonda ("Hanoi Jane") * Jane Jackson (singer/performer) * Wyonna Judd (country singer) * Mary-Kate Olsen (actress - The Olsen Twins) * Sharon Osbourne (married to Ozzie) * Cathy Rigby (gymnast) * Meredith Vieira (anchor of Today Show) * Oprah Winfrey
Actually half of those people didnt have anorexia,
* Karen Carpenter - Anorexia * Margaux Hemmingway - Bulimia * Christy Henrich - Anorexia * Heidi Guenther - Anorexia * Paula Abdul - Bulimia * Catherine Bell -Bulimia * Susan Dey - Anorexia and Bulimia * Diana, Princess of Wales - Bulimia * Sally Field - Bulimia * Jane Fonda - Bulimarexia * Janet Jackson - Bulimia * Wyonna Judd - Bulimia * Mary-Kate Olsen - Anorexia * Sharon Osbourne - Bulimia * Cathy Rigby - Bulimia * Meredith Vieira - Anorexia * Oprah Winfrey - Bulimia
Answer: Suffering is a disturbance or irritation of the mindstream. It is an obscuration of the mind, or essence of a person, or, if you will, the soul. The opposite of suffering in Buddhist epistemology is not really happiness or even the cessation of suffering, but freedom from the polarizing concept that causes us to be attracted to some things and averse to others. Suffering is thought to be the result of confused thinking. People think that to be happy, they need to grasp at those things that they think will bring them pleasure. We are very attached to this idea; that having what we want will bring us happiness. It is actually that grasping, that attachment that causes suffering.
Answer: Stroke is a medical condition where part of the brain dies as aresult from a blood clot. The blod clot blocks the flow of blood tothe part, depriving that part of the brain with oxygen andnutrients. As such, paralysis of body parts which that part of thebrain controls, ensues.
Answer: Quite a lot of people suffer from Leukemia worlwide. To get a clear pictuire, please ask about a specific type of leukemia (by age, country). One can check webs for Lekemia dealing organisations or WHO site for more info. If you need help, please leave a message here!