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Topic: Tourette Syndrome

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 Vital Stats
The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
People talk about their ..:Childhood trauma
Bad point(s):Pessimistic
Intelligence:Retarded
Personality:Depressive,  Insane,  Nervous
Currently has on their coffee table:Parenting magazine,  Time magazine
Dream job(s):Social worker
Education:Elementary school
Favorite activity(s):Sleepwalking sleepwalker,  Working
Interest(s):Psychology
Medical note(s):Family history of schizophrenia,  Taking Prozac,  Approaching psychosis
Ultimate fantasy(s):Having severe anorexia
Favorite quote(s):"Hard work has a future payoff. Laziness pays off now."
"I don't suffer from insanity. I enjoy every minute of it."
 
 
 Expert Talk
The Brain has selected interesting relevant sentences from the web. It automatically assigned them to some of our fictitious experts based on their personalities.


Albert Graham,
Backyard Pool Drainer

New medication to address a new diagnosis of Tourette's Syndrome was helpful and new ways of interacting with Eddie were developed.
Tourette's syndrome and attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity: are they genetically related.
AIDs Cancer Tourettes syndrome Fibromyalgia High blood pressure and many more.
Billie Kirgan,
Machinist

Tourette's syndrome, which is associated with people swearing uncontrollably, is also connected to damage in a part of the brain which is to do with control and inhibition.
Arthur Dawkins,
Astro-physicist

Comings is one of the pioneer researchers into the genetic causes of Tourette's Syndrome and related conditions.
ABSTRACT : Tourette's syndrome is a fascinating, complex, hereditary, neuropsychiatric spectrum disorder in which the tics are only one of many symptoms.
Tourette's syndrome and homozygosity for the dopamine D3 receptor gene - reply.
Bob Greenberg,
Congressional Candidate

Tourette's Syndrome is not an isolated ailment, it has many co-occurring conditions.
Steve Riggins,
Software Deveoper

Duncan invites anyone looking for information on Tourettes to visit his website at or the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada website at www.
Pete Trengle,
Bass Player

An Appalachian woman with Tourette's syndrome recalls her painful youth and the solace she found in another outcast.
Adam Findley,
Professional Motivator

These include Tourette's syndrome, a condition that runs in families and is characterized by rapid, involuntary, repetitive movements and vocalizations.
Sasha Prevette,
Kindergarten student

Say hello to Tourette's Syndrome Barbie.
 
 
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