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Too many people, governments, cultures, and societies do not clearly state that there is an expected, and acceptable, level of financial loss, expanding socioeconomic and health disparities, emotional harm, societal instability, personal disability, or even death as consequences of certain decisions or actions.
Charles Tadros, M.D. April 23, 2023 Saint Louis, Missouri
Science, Policy, Messages, Messengers
Sometimes it’s the message that’s not to be trusted, sometimes it’s the messenger, sometimes it’s both. How can we tell the difference? What is confusing is that so many messages are a mixture of (best known) truths, (manipulative) falsehoods, (honest) mistakes, and (unstated) uncertainties. Life, death, disabilities, fear, hate, blame, loss of trust, disbelief, disgust,Continue reading “Science, Policy, Messages, Messengers”
SOME PEOPLE’S UNDIAGNOSED READING DISABILITIES, ADHD-INATTENTIVE TYPE, OR GENERAL DISTRACTIBILITY ARE SO SEVERE THAT THEY CAN’T REMEMBER WHAT THEY HAD READ AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SENTENCE BY THE TIME THAT THEY HAVE REACHED THE END OF THE SENTENCE.
If mental health professionals have difficulty understanding the cause(s) of reading difficulties, comprehension difficulties, memory issues, etc., there are formal neuropsychological tests which can be administered, by a psychologist, to help differentiate the potential root cause(s) of these problem(s). Charles Tadros, M.D. June 16, 2022 Saint Louis, Missouri
THE CRAZINESS NEEDED TO GET THINGS DONE…
It used to be that some patients, in order to qualify for bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery), would have to gain weight in order to obtain a high enough body mass index, (if they didn’t have other, weight related diseases such as hypertension or diabetes), in order to qualify them for this life-saving surgery. WhenContinue reading “THE CRAZINESS NEEDED TO GET THINGS DONE…”