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nickel metal hydride

(NiMH) A rechargeable battery technology that has approximately 30-50% more charge per pound than nickel cadmium. Introduced in the early 1990s, it uses nickel and metal hydride plates with potassium hydroxide as the electrolyte. NiMH batteries do not suffer quite as much from the "memory effect" as do nickel cadmium batteries, but still require complete discharges in order to obtain the most efficiency and longest life. See batteries and nickel cadmium.
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According to the NIMH, four million adult Americans (ages 18-54) suffer from GAD.
Office of Communications and Public Liaison, NIMH Information Resources and Inquiries Branch 6001 Executive Blvd Room 8184, MSC 9663 Bethesda, MD 20892-9663 Phone: 301-443-4513 FAX: 301-443-4279 Mental Health FAX4U: 301-443-5158 E-mail: nimhinfo@nih.
As in prior studies, no fathers and sons in the NIMH families shared a manic depression diagnosis.
But research supported by NIMH has helped us see that the causes are more diverse and complex.
Insel left the NIMH at the end of 2015 to take a job with a former Google division now called Verily Life Sciences, an Alphabet company.
According to data from NIMH, Kavarna recorded the highest sea water temperature - 28,4 degrees Celsius.
NIMH (2000) emphasizes the importance of increased understanding and knowledge of the diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder in youth.
Meyer-Lindenberg and his NIMH colleagues describe their findings in the Sept.
NIMH responded to pressure from the American Psychological Association's Office on Aging, the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry, and other advocacy organizations by reestablishing a Geriatric Treatment and Preventive Intervention Research Branch (GTPIRB).
The NIMH is interested in mechanistic studies of trafficking of cells, immune molecules and drugs across the blood-brain and blood-csf barriers during development and adulthood and how these processes impact the pathogenesis of neuroAIDS and mental disorders; see http://www.
According to NIMH researchers, men are less likely to seek treatment for depression than are women.
Segun el NIMH la mayoria de las personas que presentan un problema de depresion no se dan cuenta de los sintomas, ni mucho menos las personas que conviven a diario con esta.