1. Ausncias tpicas ou crise de ausncia. uma alterao breve, menos de 15 segundos da funo cerebral, devido atividade eltrica anormal no crebro e so comuns em pessoas com menos de 20 anos de idade; podem ocorrer muitas vezes ao dia ou passar meses sem que aparea; interferem com a aprendizagem ou desempenho escolar, o que pode confundido com o dficit de ateno..
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeIT was love at first sight for a Coatbridge couple who met in their local church hall and have now celebrated six decades of wedded bliss.John and Cathy McCormack, from Townhead, first caught each other’s eye in their hometown’s St Augustine’s Church and then had each other in a spin on the dance floor in the Airdrie Palais.Following a whirlwind romance John and Cathy (nee Dunne) were married in St Kevin’s Church in Bargeddie on February 4, 1961 five days after Cathy’s 22nd birthday.John and Cathy McCormack on their wedding day at St Kevin RC Church in Bargeddie with John younger brother, AlecAnd like crooner Matt Monro, whose hit song My Kind of Girl topped the UK charts and was re released by ‘Ol Blue Eyes’ Frank Sinatra in February that year, John was captivated by his beloved wife.After they were married the lovebirds lived in Turner Street, known affectionately as “the slap up”, before going on to settle down in Mosspark Road, Townhead.John, from Old Monkland, attended St Patrick’s High School and the talented footballer played for amateur team Drumpark in Bargeddie and also had a trial with Sunderland FC as a boy.He began his career as an engineer and served his apprenticeship with Anderson and Son in Langloan. He then went on to work in the Container Base in Gartsherrie and, latterly, with Castle Cement in Coatbridge until he retired.Following his retirement he had a variety of jobs and worked for Mosley Buses in Glenmavis, as a porter in Monklands Hospital and finally as a litter picker for Tesco in Faraday retail park at the ripe old age of 79.The beautiful game has been his passion since he was a boy and when he hung up his boots, John continued to keep fit by swimming and walking and was an avid member of his local JJB gym in his later years.He enjoys a “good single malt” and is a “fantastic” singer who enjoys duets with his brother William.The couple are devoted to their family and have five children, Stephen, Alan, Catherine, Brian and Mark, and nine grandchildren.Cathy and John McCormack, on the banks of Loch LomondAlan told the Advertiser: “My dad has got the most amazing voice. He loves singing, usually at new year, Merle Haggard’s hit Silver Wings with his brother William, who plays the guitar.”Cathy, from Bargeddie, went to St Brigid’s High School in Baillieston and after leaving school, worked in McFarlane and Langs biscuit factory in Glasgow, before settling down and raising her family..