That depends on who you're referring to. Based on the categories, I'm guessing an Oscar
Only if they are presented special awards or are nominees who win in their categories.
Yes, it is a genetic, inherited disease where a child must receive 2 alleles for cystic fibrosis in order to exhibit symptoms. If a child only receives one of the recessive alleles, they are known as a carrier because they have the ability to pass that gene on to their children.
No. An evaluation gives the answer to a series of questions about your health. A diagnosis is something you receive when they identify a health problem.
Every fashion show has different categories a contestant should receive a list when they sign up. Typical categories are casual, formal, sport, talent, bathing suit, professional, and lingerie.
The Medical Industry is Designed to Receive Income from "Diagnoses". In the USA, Insurance Companies won't pay the doctors' Offices if the Diagnosis of the patient is Not Negative. They are All "In It Together". They Support each other in order to Support the Diagnosis.
Exercise and skilled movement
It is possible that a person with a diagnosis of chronic Migraine may be able to receive social security disability.
The symptoms of schizophrenia include hallucinations, delusions, disordered thinking, agitation, etc., if you have these symptoms should go to a medical center to receive treatment.
Patients with Kennedy's disease usually receive a definitive diagnosis in a clinical molecular genetics laboratory. This requires DNA extraction from blood, followed by testing the gene that causes Kennedy's disease
It must be active because you start to receive your symptoms right away
To a large degree, yes. Which diagnosis and what treatment you receive will depend largely on the type of medical professional that you report your symptoms to. Most doctors will treat the symptoms in both cases - muscle pain, disturbed sleep. Physical therapists and other alternative medicine practioners will likely take more time to try to treat the underlying cause - the tightness in the fascia.