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Fighting Fatigue: Small Changes Can Make A Difference!

It is Sunday afternoon. Both televisions are tuned to football games.  Everyone is asleep in the house, except for me.  Even my little Toy Fox Pinscher is sleeping.  Sadie must be dreaming of running in a field or some other canine delight.  Her little... Read moreChevron

Christina Bruni

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Librarian and Writer

Schizophrenia Symptoms: A Review

A review of schizophrenia symptoms is in order. Different illnesses can mirror this one yet a common core of these symptoms could warrant a professional consultation.

 

Auditory hallucinations or visual hallucinations. Hearing voices is a frequent symptom. "Command voices" are those where the person is told to... Read moreChevron

posted 11/25/2014, comments (0)|
John McManamy

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Author and Advocate

A Wearable Device for Depression?

 

Suppose we had a wearable device that could monitor your brain waves and display them on your tablet or smartphone the way an EKG machine tracks your... Read moreChevron

posted 11/24/2014, comments (0)|
Jerry Kennard

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Chartered Psychologist

Happiness and the Peak-End Rule

Have you ever come back from a vacation only to feel you’ve never been away? You’d think the after-effects of a vacation would correspond to the time spent on it, but as often as not a three week vacation doesn’t actually feel three times better than a one-week vacation. In fact when we look back over our experiences it seems... Read moreChevron

posted 11/24/2014, comments (0)|
Lene  Andersen

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Writer, Advocate, Photographer

Telling Their Story: Women In Pain Survey

Eighty percent of women with chronic pain believe they have been discriminated against in the healthcare system. Eighty-four percent feel that doctors treat them differently because they’re women. Sixty-five percent feel that them being a woman caused doctors take their pain less seriously.

 

These are the results of... Read moreChevron

posted 11/21/2014, comments (0)|

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