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Crabs The popular term for pediculosis pubis, or lice in the pubic hair. The pubic louse may also be found in eyebrows, beards, eyelashes, chest hairs, and armpits, but it is not found in hair on the head. Symptoms Severe itching begins in the pubic area about a week after exposure to lice, with reddened skin as a result of scratching. Nits are visible attached to the base of the pubic hairs, and the lice leave a bluish stain on the skin on the upper thigh. In particularly bad infestations, there may be swelling of the lymph glands in the groin. The longer the infestation has been going on, the more lice there will be and the worse the itching. Prevention All sex partners and roommates should be treated, since lice can be passed on to others as long as there are live, unhatched nits attached to the pubic hairs. Vigilant checks for nits should continue for one week.

The Pill Progestin Only Pills POPs

Minipills have not been found to increase the risk of cancers, and they are less likely to cause some of the side effects seen with combined pills, such as depression, nausea, breast tenderness, acne, and unwanted hair growth. They may be a good choice if you are diabetic. The minipill is also useful if you want to breastfeed and to use an oral contraceptive. It is best, however, to start using POPs after breastfeeding is well established. (See Chapter 17 for information on breastfeeding and contraceptive use.)

Impact Of Chronic Rheumatic Disease On Growth And Development

Tanner Stages

Pubic hair Abbreviations B, breasts G, penis and scrotum O, testes volume as per orchidometer P, pubic hair. Abbreviations B, breasts G, penis and scrotum O, testes volume as per orchidometer P, pubic hair. Figure 6 Tanner stages 1-5 (A) for female breast development. Stage 1 Preadolescent elevation of papilla only. Stage 2 Breast bud stage elevation of breast and papilla as small mound. Enlargement of areola diameter. Stage 3 Further enlargement and elevation of breast and areola, with no separation of their contours. Stage 4 Projection of areola and papilla to form a secondary mound above the level of the breast. Stage 5 Mature stage projection of papilla only due to recession of the areola and general contour of the breast. Tanner stages 1-5 (B) for female pubic hair development. Stage 1 Preadolescent The vellus over the pubes is not further developed than that over the abdominal wall, i.e., no pubic hair. Stage 2 Sparse growth of long, slightly pigmented downy hair, straight or...

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Frankincense was mentioned 22 times in the Bible, 16 times as an item of worship, 3 times as a product of the garden of Solomon, twice as a tribute of honor, and only once as an item of merchandise. It is chiefly used in incense as a perfume, especially in Catholic ceremonies. Recent authorities maintain that the incense used in the service of the Tabernacle was a mixture, in definite proportions of frankincense, galbanum (Ferula gumosa), onycha (Styrax benzoin), and stacte (Styrax offi-cinalis), and the use of any incense not composed of these four ingredients in the proper proportions was strictly forbidden. Frankincense was highly regarded by Egyptians for embalming and fumigating. The gum is used as a masticatory, to clean the mouth. Oil of olibanum is used in high-grade perfumes, especially for oriental and floral types, and was once used as a depilatory. Resin is imported into Lebanon, primarily as incense, but secondarily as a cosmetic and medicine (BIB). Abortifacient (f EFS)...

Important Issues to Consider When Measuring Puberty

The data presented in the previous section on average age of breast and pubic hair development in girls and boys in the United States stem from study conducted by 225 clinicians in pediatric practices belonging to Pediatric Research in Office Settings (PROS), a practice-based research network that is part of the American Academy of Pediatrics (Herman-Giddens et al., 1997). Previous to this study, the study most often quoted as defining normative ages for puberty was the Marshall and Tanner (1969) longitudinal study of 192 White girls living in a children's home, assessed every 3 months from age 8 through age 18. Studies of pubertal onset comparable in scope to the British (Marshall and Tanner) study had not been conducted in the United States. The PROS study was cross-sectional, consisting of 17,000 girls between the ages of 3 and 12 whose breast and pubic hair development was assessed via practitioner ratings (Herman-Giddens et al., 1997). Findings from this study indicate that the...

Different types of hair growth

As there is a continuous cycle of hair growth, the amount of hair on the body remains fairly constant. However, hair growth will vary from client to client and from area to area. A new client coming to the salon for a hair removal treatment should be made aware of the fact that hair growth occurs in three stages which will result in the hair being at different lengths both above the skin and below it.

Examining Effects of Earliest Pubertal Changes on Mood in Preadolescent Girls

To assess pubertal status, mothers completed Tanner ratings (Marshall & Tanner, 1969) of their daughters' breast and pubic hair development. A combined pubertal status variable was created by taking the mean of each girl's breast development and pubic hair development stage at each time of assessment. Additionally, change scores were computed to determine degree of change in pubertal status from Time 1 to Time 2. To assess pubertal hormone levels, girls separately collected morning and afternoon urine samples on two consecutive days. Samples were assayed for levels of gonadotropins, luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) by a physician-trained lab technician. For the analyses, a ratio of morning hormone levels was used because of their relative uniformity and high concentration (Saketos, Sharma, Adel, Raghuwanshi, & Santoro, 1994) and because single daytime measurements do not reliably indicate stage of puberty (Grumbach & Styne, 1998). Since LH shows...

Physical Changes of Puberty

In females, secondary sexual characteristic development is a result of estrogens from the ovaries. Breast budding is generally the first sexual characteristic to appear, and is most commonly classified by Marshall and Tanner's (1969) 5 stages of development, as illustrated in Table 16.1. Breast development begins in the United States between ages 8 and 13, with a mean age of 9.96 for White girls and a mean age of 8.87 for African American girls (Herman-Giddens et al., 1997). The process of developing mature breasts from breast budding takes approximately 4.5 years, regardless of whether or not girls enter puberty earlier or later than average (Brooks-Gunn & Reiter, 1990). Pubic hair development typically begins shortly after breast budding however approximately 20 percent of girls experience pubic hair development prior to breast budding. Pubic hair development begins in the United States between the ages of 8 and 13 years, with a mean age 10.5 years in White girls and 8.8 years...

Psychological Meaning Of Pubertal Change Meaning of Pubertal Changes to Girls

Brooks-Gunn and colleagues have also examined the significance of breast and pubic hair development to adolescent girls in the fifth and sixth grades (Brooks-Gunn, 1984 Brooks-Gunn & Warren, 1988). The majority of girls (82 ) reported that breast growth was more significant to them than pubic hair growth because other people can tell. Girls also reported that mothers talked to them more about their breast than their pubic hair development. Onset of breast growth was associated with positive peer relationships, greater salience of sex roles linked with reproduction, and a positive body image, while the onset of pubic hair growth was not (Brooks-Gunn & Warren, 1988). However, girls were likely to experience teasing by family members and boys about their breast development (Brooks-Gunn, Newman, Holderness, & Warren, 1994 Brooks-Gunn & Warren, 1988).

Jean Piagets Theory of Development

Pubic hair Pubic Hair Pubic hair is Pubic hair is Pubic hair is Pubic hair is A 35-year-old-male patient comes to your office worried that he never finished going through puberty. His pubic hair is sparse, but it is dark and curled. His penis has enlarged, but there is no scrotal darkening or rogations. At what Tanner stage is he

Examining Pathways Between Pubertal Effects and Adjustment in Girls

Proposed pathways between pubertal effects and adjustment were examined in a study of 100 adolescent girls between the ages of 10 to 14 (Graber, Brooks-Gunn, & Warren, in press). Girls were from well-educated, middle to upper-middle class families in a major northeastern urban area. Measures of pubertal status included Tanner ratings for breast and pubic hair development. Pubertal timing comparisons were made for early maturing versus other girls girls were classified as early using norms for Tanner Stages by age from the National Health Examination Survey (Duke, Jennings, Dornbusch, & Siegel-Gorelick, 1982). Blood samples were obtained from each girl in the mid-afternoon at the time of the laboratory visit. Samples were assayed for estradiol, testosterone, LH (luteinizing hormone), FSH (follicle stimulating hormone), and DHEAS (dehydroepiandosterone sulfate). Since prior studies with this sample have found effects for estradiol and DHEAS on depression and aggression,...

Potential Reasons for Ethnic Differences in Age of Pubertal Onset

A finding across three large-scale studies conducted in the 1980s and 1990s, the PROS study (Her-man-Giddens et al., 1997), NHANES III (Wu et al., 2002), and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Growth and Health Study (Morrison et al., 1994), is that African American girls begin breast and pubic hair development about a year earlier than White girls and begin menses about half a year earlier. The reasons for the earlier age of secondary sexual characteristic onset for African American girls are not clear. Possible factors to consider include differences in diet and weight, environmental hazards or environmental estrogens, or differences in contextual stress and cultural attitudes between ethnic groups (Graber, 2003). Physiological differences that have been hypothesized to play a role in timing of pubertal onset include lower insulin sensitivity (Arslanian, Suprasongsin, & Janosky, 1997) and higher serum leptin levels (Wong et al., 1998) in African American children...

Potential Explanations for the Decreasing Age of Pubertal Onset

Other hypotheses regarding the earlier onset of puberty focus on more intrinsic factors. For example, perinatal factors, such as birth weight, have been found to play a role in subsequent pubertal development. In one study, girls who were smaller at birth but had a rapid catch-up period of growth between birth and age 6 were earlier maturers (Persson et al., 1999). Mechanisms for this association are not clear, but it is likely that the prenatal environment may influence subsequent timing of onset of development, given that sex hormones are active prenatally in organizing the brain for subsequent pubertal development and reproductive functioning (Fechner, 2002). A more widely discussed hypothesis is that higher body fat is associated with earlier maturation. In general, overweight girls tend to mature earlier than girls of normal weight, and thin girls tend to mature later. Numerous studies have indicated that in the past thirty years, there is an increasing prevalence of obesity in...

Read that toxins can cause MS Is this true Can I be detoxified

One continuing concern is whether mercury in dental amalgam, the material used in dental fillings, is a health issue for MS. Although industrial mercury pollution was a major health problem in Japan and elsewhere, mercury in dental amalgam is a very different issue. There are inconsequential differences in serum and tissue levels of mercury in MS patients as compared with normals. We have found no differences in urinary excretion of mercury in MS patients. In studies of edentulous MS patients who had never had any dental repairs, we found they had higher levels of mercury simply because they consumed more fish. Thus, there is no medical justification for removal of amalgam dental fillings, and the concept of detoxification has no place in the management of MS. Increased excretion of metals after chelation with drugs does not mean toxic levels were present in the person prior to chelation. Many of the measurements reported by laboratories are unreliable. Hair analysis is preferred, but...

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Your arms likely will be outstretched and secured on padded platforms. A nurse may shave the hair on your abdomen and the upper portion of your pubic hair, if it will interfere with surgery or removing bandages after surgery. Alternatively, a portion of your pubic hair may be clipped.

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(f1 BOU KAP PH2) Curare (1 HDN) Depilatory (f DEP HDN KAB MPB) Diaphoretic (f DEP PH2 SUW) Digestive (f KAB) Diuretic (f HJP) Emetic (f DEP HJP KAP PH2 SUW) Expectorant (f BOU DEP KAP PH2 SUW) Febrifuge (1 HDN X16106390) Fibrinolytic (1 HDN X15922393) Fungicide (f HJP) Gastrotonic (f KAB) Hemostat (f X15922393) Hepato-protective (1 HDN X16688796) Hypertensive (1 HDN) Insecticide (1 HDN JFM) Insectifuge (f HDN) Larvicide (1 HDN X12557934) Molluscicide (1 HDN) Nervine (f DEP) Myorelaxant (1 X15752643) Neurotonic (f GHA) Ovicide (1 HDN) Proteolytic (1 HDN KAB MPB X15922393) Purgative (f GHA KAP SUW) Respirastimulant (1 HDN) Rubefacient (f DEP) Sedative (1 X16446065) Stimulant (f KAB) Stomachic (f EFS KAB) Sudorific (f EFS KAP) Tonic (f DEP KAP) Tranquilizer (f MPB) Uterotonic (1 HDN KAP) Vasoconstrictor (1 HDN) Vermifuge (f1 HDN X16085379) Vulnerary (f HJP).

The growth cycle of a hair

While carrying out hair removal treatments, it is important to remember that the hair follicle is part of the skin's structure, therefore any treatment which affects the hair is also going to affect the skin. Once a hair has been removed, the maximum amount of blood will be sent straight to the area being treated to heal and protect the skin. This is a normal reaction of the skin and extra blood that has been sent to the treated area will soon be diverted again within a few hours of treatment. As the treated area of skin will have open follicles, it is vital that a client adheres strictly to after-care advice specified as open follicles offer bacteria an easy entry into the body.

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Alexiteric (f BIB) Antiatherosclerotic (1 WO3) Antibilious (f BIB DEP) Antiemetic (f WO2) Antihypercholesterolemic (1 WO3) Antinociceptive (1 x 15507342) Antiseptic (f1 WO2) Aperient (f BIB) Aphrodisiac (f BIB PAY) Cholagogue (f BIB) Demulcent (f BIB) Depilatory (f WO2) Depurative (f BIB KAP) Diaphoretic (f KAB) Diuretic (f BIB WO2) Ergogenic (f1 WO3) Expectorant (f BIB) Febrifuge (f KAB) Hypolipidemic (1 WO3) Hypotensive (1 WO3) Laxative (f BIB WO2) Orexigenic (f KAB SAY) Proteolytic (1 WO2) Refrigerant (f KAB) Suppurative (f BIB) Sympathomimetic (1 WO2) Tonic (f KAB SAY).

Pubertal Status Effects

Examining links between pubertal status and adjustment involves comparisons of outcomes among adolescents at different levels or stages of key external signs of pubertal development (e.g., breast growth, pubic hair, testicular changes). Pubertal staging is usually indexed by some measure of Tanner stages that range from no signs of development to completed development. Pubertal status is considered important because it signifies that the adolescent is more adult-like in appearance, which may result in different responses from family and peers in the adolescents' social world, as well as changes in how adolescents view themselves.

Chemical Dehairing

There exists a patented method for chemical removal of hair from animals after stunning (Bowling & Clayton, 1992 Schnell et al., 1995). This multi-step procedure involves application of a sodium sulfide solution, the depilatory chemical, followed by pressurized water spraying of animals to remove hydro-lyzed hair, and then spraying with a neutralizing solution, sodium carbonate or sodium bicarbonate in combination with hydrogen peroxide, in a washing cabinet (Bowling & Clayton, 1992 Nou et al., 2003). However, sodium sulfide is rapidly converted into hydrogen sulfide, which is an environmental pollutant that may be toxic to humans (Gehring, Dudley, Mazenko, & Marmer, 2006

Physical Growth

Some developmental changes are considered maturational, or indicators of physical maturity. Maturation is the progression of developmental changes toward the characteristics of adults. Physical maturation occurs from the time of conception, but some of the most commonly recognized indicators of maturation become apparent during adolescence. Changes in body shape, breast development in girls, pubic hair development in both genders, and development of facial hair in boys are visible indicators of maturation toward adult appearance of the body, and they signal adult reproductive functioning. The cessation of the growth of long bones, associated with the final attainment of adult stature is also a maturational event. The chronological age at which maturational events occur provides a measure of the relative timing of that event in the child's growth and development. In addition to menarche, other examples of matura-tional events whose timing may be of interest include onset of...

Puberty precocious

Puberty, precocious The onset of puberty before age seven in girls and age nine in boys. The signs of the condition include the development of breasts and pubic hair or the beginning of menstruation in girls, and pubic or facial hair, a deepening voice, or enlarged penis or testicles in boys. Acne also can occur with these other changes. Although sexual maturity does not occur at the exact same age for every person, there is a limit to how soon the signs should begin to appear. Girls are five to seven times more likely than boys to develop the condition.

Puberty

In the development of breasts and appearance of pubic hair. The sequence of changes for girls are as follows Pubic hair begins to appear Final pubic hair pattern Boys' changes are also initially internal. The first external signs are growth of the scrotum and appearance of pubic hair. The sequence of changes for boys are as follows Pubic hair begins to appear Final pubic hair pattern