Tuesday, March 03, 2015

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Martin Reed

Research Shows Insomnia May Be All in Your Head

Research is showing that insomnia may truly be all in your head. Not meaning it is imagined, but that the brains of insomniacs are truly different than the brains of healthy sleepers.

 

Researchers at John Hopkins report Read moreChevron

posted 02/23/2015, comments (0)|
Cyndi Jordan

Cyndi Jordan, Health Guide

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Patient Advocate and Migraineur

Migraine and TACs - Differences and Diagnosing

Although we talk more about migraine than other headache disorders here, there are more than 300 headache disorders. The International Classification of... Read moreChevron

posted 02/20/2015, comments (0)|
Celeste Cooper

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Chronic pain patient, educator,and advocate

A Personal Account of Chronic Pain: What If

Getting personal

 

I am sure we can all relate to the temptation of giving in to dread. Yes, there you have it, I am human, I will make mistakes, and I deal with all the same things others who live with chronic pain encounter. I feel it is important to know we are not alone when facing decisions, and I wanted... Read moreChevron

HealthGal

Weighty headlines: breakfast, saturated fat, fasting

Recent headlines have highlighted new studies covering the weight sector, and showcased some new findings.  Here are just some of those recent headlines and studies:

 

Researchers report in the June 5th issue of the Cell Press journal, Read moreChevron

posted 06/08/2014, comments (0)|
Vicki

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Health Guide with Secondary Progressive MS and Osteoporosis

Pinterest - MS Central Question of the Week

Do you use Pinterest? This is something like a billboard made up of images of interests and hobbies. It can be fun, and maybe educational, too. Living with MS is easier when we take breaks, and Pinterest is one good way to... Read moreChevron

posted 06/24/2013, comments (0)|

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