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hyperactive

abnormally active
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We hypothesize that hyperactive RNAi in mouse oocytes functionally complements the piRNA pathway, a Dicer-independent pathway suppressing retrotransposons in the germline.
Sher and her colleagues conducted a retrospective study of charts for patients with episodes of hyperactive delirium who were treated with adjunct valproic acid by a consulting or liaison psychiatrist on the psychosomatic medicine service at their center from Aug.
With that in mind and like everything HyperActive Technologies does, it took a proactive approach for the development of the HyperView PE.
Helping Hyperactive Kids--A Sensory Integration Approach: Techniques for Parents and Professionals" is a guide to helping hyper children without resorting to drugs with nasty side effects such as Ritalin.
Results of an epidemiological study of 50 hyperactive children suggest that insufficient copper nutriture may contribute to hyperkinesis.
For help, try the Hyperactive Children's Support Group website, www.
This book is meant to help parents who have a hyperactive child.
Psychology Professor Jim Stevenson, who led the FSA-commissioned study, said: "We have shown that mixtures of artificial food colours and preservatives can influence hyperactive behaviour.
In Phil Keisling's review of Aviel Rubin's Brave New Ballot ("Election Fraud, American Style," December 2006), Keisling accuses Rubin of feeding "a hyperactive (and bipartisan) obsession with the perfect election system .
Tony Little, Tampa FL, has launched Hyperactive Extreme Energy Drink.
takes on the medical profession in general, and psychiatry in particular, to debunk commonly promoted beliefs about the diagnosis and treatment of children deemed to be hyperactive.