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9-23-10 - #7 Is there a “safe” level for any T NO but...

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Unformatted text preview: 9-23-10#7. Is there a “safe” level for any T? NO, but more is worse.B. Types of Ts1.Book: know causes of problems (german measles, meds, lead, alchohol, etc.) and general consequences2.General Messagesa.Is Dad’s behavior relevant? Passive smoking/ excessive alcohol can damage chromosomesb.Easy to cause harm without realizing itc.Is message: Never take meds during pregnancy? No! Some things need treatment (e.g., hypertension, diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, severe depression)InfancyI.Definition: 1styear OR 1st18 months (communicative speech)II. Natural cycle of arousalA. SleepA.i.1.Newborns: 70% of time; longest 4.5 hrs. (Often only 2 hrs.)A.i.2.Two months: most sleep more at night than dayA.i.3.1 year: most sleep through nightA.i.4.2 kindsA.i.4.a.Regular – face and body relaxedA.i.4.b.Irregular – eyes/face move, gentle limb movements (REM)-Newborns REM: 50% time-Children and adults REM: 20% time-Purpose: Neurological stimulation and/or consolidation of new memoriesB. CryingB.i.1.B....
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