For Obsessive Behavior, an Electric Finding
On the other hand, overconsumption is never a good thing, period.
Get Me That, Stat!
Founding father George Washington, who was born on Feb. 22, 1732, survived smallpox, malaria (six times), diphtheria, tuberculosis (twice) and pneumonia. He died on Dec. 14, 1799, at the age of 67.
According to reports, on Dec. 12, Washington was out on horseback supervising farm activities. It began to snow. Upon returning home, he did not change out of his wet clothes and went straight to dinner, not wanting to keep guests waiting. By the next morning, Washington had a sore throat. His conditioned worsened and he ultimately succumbed to "quinsy," an accumulation of pus due to infection behind the tonsils. This is now known as peritonsillar abscess.
ODD: acronym for Oppositional Defiant Disorder, a type of behavior disorder mostly diagnosed in childhood. Children with ODD are uncooperative, defiant and hostile toward peers, parents, teachers and other authority figures. They are more troubling to others than they are to themselves.
Phobia of the week
Kathisophobia: fear of sitting down
"It is safe, and you can't get safer than safe." -- Jonas Salk, when asked about the safety of the polio vaccine he had developed