10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YUPPIE DISEASE»
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, and Illness: Concepts in Medicine
Early anecdotal accounts of chronic fatigue syndrome reported it to be an illness
of the educated and professional classes— a so-called yuppie disease (Time
Magazine 1987). Almost half (48%) of this group of subjects, however, had left ...
Arthur L. Caplan, Arthur L. Caplan James J. McCartney Dominic A. Sisti, James J. McCartney, 2004
Pain: A Political History
... for CFS exemplification and other discussion, see Marilyn Dunlop, “MDs
Pinpoint 'Yuppie Plague' Virus,” To- ronto Star, February 14, 1987, H2; “Study
Says 'Yuppie Disease' May Just Be De- pression,” St. Petersburg Times, May 11,
Stress in Health and Disease
... fatigue syndrome and burnout. The breakthrough was in the 1980s. In the mid
1980s a remarkable new disease was reported; it was popularly called the
yuppie disease, but was soon given a more dignified name, chronic fatigue
Bengt B. Arnetz, Rolf Ekman, 2006
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome For Dummies
Only Young, White Females Get CFS For a long time, people considered CFS a “
yuppie disease,” and one that Caucasian women fell victim to more often than
anyone else. This misconception is just not true. Community studies show that
Susan R. Lisman, M.D., Karla Dougherty, 2011
Although the current media blitz on ADHD is finally catching the attention of many
parents, teachers, and other professionals, ADHD has been referred to as the "
yuppie" disease of the 1990s much like chronic fatigue syndrome was in the ...
Colleen Alexander Roberts, 1995
Dr Golem: How to Think about Medicine
(Groopman, 86) Liz talked about the nomenclature of the disease, and about how
fibromyalgia seemed to be merging with chronic fatigue syndrome: “'Chronic
fatigue has become a humiliating term—the yuppie disease, begging to be ...
Harry Collins, Trevor Pinch, 2011
Fifty Years Among the New Words: A Dictionary of Neologisms ...
yuppie disease Epstein-Barr syndrome, an illness causing chronic fatigue and
striking primarily young adults [64.2 Summer 1989] yuppiedom British an area
associated with yuppies [62.4 Winter 1987] yuppieism the values and lifestyle of ...
Bodies in Protest: Environmental Illness and the Struggle ...
1 thought at first I had yuppie disease, you know chronic fatigue. I couldn't think
clearly and was irritated for no apparent reason. Again, I attributed this to chronic
fatigue syndrome. But then some really bizarre things started. My joints started to
Steve Kroll-Smith, H. Hugh Floyd, 2000
The Dictionary of Psychology
"yuppie disease." See DEPRESSION. NEURASTHENIA. chronic illness
Progressive deterioration. with increasing symptoms. functional impairmem. and
disahility overtime. chronicity See SOCIAL-BREAKDOWN SYNDROME. chronic
mania A ...
Sexidemic: A Cultural History of Sex in America
One professional considered ISD “the new yuppie disease” and thought the lack
of spark in the bedroom was an unfortunate cost of business for the busy two-
career couple.42 More extreme than ISD was impotence, another sexual disorder
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «YUPPIE DISEASE»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term yuppie disease
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Chronic fatigue syndrome is “a real and serious disease,” experts say
Chronic-Fatigue-Syndrome-3 After being dubbed the “Yuppie Disease” (among other less attractive monikers) and dismissed as “all in the mind” for years, ... «Curacao Chronicle, Feb 15»
What Is Lyme Disease? [Infographic]
That's the number of new cases of Lyme disease now occurring each year in the ... aka Epstein-Barr virus — once called by the media “Yuppie disease”) and ... «Living Green Magazine, Oct 13»