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State University of New York at Buffalo EL Susto is a psycho
the syndrome of susto are recent migrants to cities or people continually on the and earth are the necessary components of susto as a diagnostic category.
Susto and Soul Loss in Mexicans and Mexican Americans
SUSTO: THE CONTEXT OF COMMUNITY MORBIDITY PATTERNS
Susto.
¡Ay Qué Susto! Hispanic Growth in NC and US
¡Ay Qué Susto! Treating Diabetes in an Emerging Hispanic. Population: How Culture Matters.
SUSTO AND THE CAREER PATH OF THE VICTIM OF AN

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Mexico: Outrage After Shooting During Football Match in Torreón
Raúl Trejo (@ciberfan) talked about how the atmosphere of fear is dominating the nation: El susto enorme en #Torreón es expresión del miedo que atraviesa por todo el país. No es culpa del futbol ni de los laguneros.
Susto en el Este
NUEVA YORK.— Un sismo de magnitud 5.
El terrible susto de Fabio de Souza
Fueron momentos terribles los que vivió de Souza, un tremendo susto , pero fue atendido de inmediato por el cuerpo médico del club alb e incluso fue auxiliado por los del Savio.
Drogba dio el gran susto
El Chelsea super籀 3-1 a Norwich City, pero pas籀 un gran susto por una lesi籀n de Didier Drogba. El espa簽ol Juan Mata anot籀 en los descuentos en su debut con Chelsea, pero la lesi籀n de Drogba se rob籀 la atenci籀n.
Otro susto del Sabinal
Los fayuqueros aguardaban el instante preciso para subir la mercancía a las camionetas, mientras patrullas de Protección Civil y las diferentes fuerzas policíacas vigilaban la situación que no pasó a mayores, que se quedó en otro susto.

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Susto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Susto is a cultural illness, specifically a "fright sickness" with strong psychological overtones. Susto comes from the Portuguese, and Spanish word for "fright" (i.e.
Susto
Susto is a folk illness with strong psychological overtones defined as a "fright sickness" and (literally) a loss of soul from the body.
Curious Curandera: Spiritual Illness: Susto
Jan 21, 2009 When a person has susto it's believed that their soul leaves the psychical body, unable to find its way back.
Medical Spanish Culture: Susto.
Important cultural topics relevant for health care workers. Susto.
VM -- Susto: Acknowledging Patients' Beliefs about Illness, Aug 07
Physicians should recognize that patients?

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