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The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) has updated to incorporate the latest information about how androgens and their interactions with other hormones affect your health and the overall functioning of your body.

The latest edition, released last year, added information on how androgen deficiencies affect the body and how they affect mood and personality.

It also adds an additional diagnostic category called endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) to the list of conditions that require a specific type of evaluation.

The DSM-5 added the EDCs category to its list of diseases in 2018.

The DSM-V and DSM-VI, published in 2020 and 2021 respectively, did not add EDCs to the checklist.

But the DSM-IV and DSM, the latest versions of the psychiatric bible, added EDCs in 2021.

While the DSM 5 adds a new diagnosis of androgen insufficiency to the lists of conditions requiring a specific treatment, the new edition of the manual does not include the new diagnosis in the list.

“The DSM 5 does not add an EDC to the existing list of disorders,” Dr. Joseph Pertwee, chairman of the department of psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center, told CBS News.

And that’s because the DSM is the first edition of psychiatry, and it is based on the DSM.

So it’s not necessarily a standard, it’s a revision, and revision means adding something new.

So that means there are no EDCs listed in the new DSM.

And the reason why there is no new diagnosis is because we have not yet done a thorough assessment of all the existing EDCs and their effects on human health and their impact on the overall function of the body.

“The DSM, in its 20th edition, was written by Dr. Robert J. Stern, who has spent more than 25 years as an expert in the field of medical diagnosis and treatment.

He is also a clinical professor of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences at Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Stern is a medical doctor by training, and he is also the founder and president of the American Society of Clinical Endocrinologists.

According to Dr. Pertwinkle, the DSM, which was published in 2018, added the new diagnostic category of EDCs because of the number of diagnoses in the DSM that require specific treatments.

So there are more diagnoses in these categories than before, he said.

But because these diagnoses have not been reviewed by experts, it does not provide a complete picture of the prevalence and severity of androgens.

“The prevalence of androgynous disorders and the severity of EDs are unknown, and the inclusion of EDc in the diagnostic manual is premature and likely to underestimate the true prevalence of these disorders.””

EDCs should be added to the Diagnostic & Statistic Manual of Disorders to provide a comprehensive and accurate picture of how androgynes and their associated diseases and conditions impact our health and well-being,” the AAP said in a statement.

“The prevalence of androgynous disorders and the severity of EDs are unknown, and the inclusion of EDc in the diagnostic manual is premature and likely to underestimate the true prevalence of these disorders.”