Who develops ADHD?
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) usually arises in early childhood, although some people may not be diagnosed until they are adults. Around 5% of children and 2.5% of adults have ADHD. …
Who gets chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)?
People who smoke have the highest risk of developing COPD. People who live or work in areas where there are high levels of air pollution can also develop COPD. Some people have a genetic disorder call…
Who gets seborrheic dermatitis?
Although seborrheic dermatitis can appear at any age, it most commonly occurs in young adults and is more common in men than women. In adults, seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp produces dandruff. Whe…
Who gets spinal stenosis?
Spinal stenosis can potentially affect anybody, but it is more common in those over 50 years of age.
Who gets squamous cell carcinoma?
People at greatest risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma include those who have been sunburnt, who have accumulated long-term exposure to the sun (for instance by working outdoors), people who su…
Will Cushing's syndrome clear on its own?
Cushing's syndrome is not expected to clear on its own. Treatment is necessary in order to avoid complications.
Will morning sickness clear on its own?
In most cases, morning sickness symptoms will disappear on their own between the 16th and 20th week of pregnancy.
Are seborrheic dermatitis and cradle cap the same thing?
When seborrheic dermatitis occurs on a baby's scalp, it is called cradle cap.
At what age is it common for a baby to roll over?
A baby can normally roll over at the age of 3 to 6 months.
Can borderline personality disorder (BPD) be cured?
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) cannot be cured, but the main symptoms can be reduced and managed. Many people find that as they get older (in their 30s and 40s) that symptoms reduce and are les…
Can cervical cancer be cured?
In many cases, after treatment your cancer can be in 'remission', which means that the cancer is cleared from the body. No one can be permanently 'cured' of cervical cancer, as there is always a chanc…