Third person singular simple present of to disorder.(verb)
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"+mental disorders+, and not in another, indicates either that some predisposition to these disorders existed, or that the habit of"
""There's a great chance the environment is modifying these genes," Burbach said, adding the genes could lead to several brain disorders, depending on things like the child's upbringing and other genetic factors."
"The elderly may not manifest "classic" depression as defined in the DSM-III-R19, although they still may manifest some depressive symptoms. 20 Indeed, recent studies show that the prevalence of depressive disorders is no higher in the elderly than in younger populations. 19 However, the incidence of depression and depressive symptoms increases dramatically among elderly with multiple medical problems, precisely those elderly for whom medications will be prescribed. 20"