A more precise association of THC levels and degrees of impairment are not yet available.
In general, the disabled folks are vulnerable to exploitation, in part because of the nature of their impairment.
As a group, no overall statistically significant improvement or impairment was seen as a result of taking Adderall.
Yet in this case, the degree of impairment seems to have been similar on both sides.
But without any evidence of impairment, the FHP had no choice but to give Woods a routine traffic citation.
Physical examina tion on this admission was negative, except for some impairment of vision, for which he was given eye-glasses.
By nature, women should be more subject to impairment of voice than men.
It never occurred to anybody that the malady could have anything to do with impairment of the sight.
This impairment of movement has its origin generally in a want of use.
impairment of hearing may be due to causes existing in one or other or both of these subdivisions.
impairment im·pair·ment (ĭm-pâr'mənt)
Weakening, damage, or deterioration, especially as a result of injury or disease.