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Electroencephalogram Diagnostics Help Patients Deal With Mental Health Problems

The Functional Medicine Center, Living Well Dallas, which is popular for its Brain Health Program, has just added Quantitative Electroencephalogram (qEEG) treatment and diagnostics to their program, for the benefit of its patients [1]. So What is Quantitative Electroencephalogram Diagnostics? Quantitative EEG, AKA brain mapping, refers to: “a method of analyzing the electrical activity of […]

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Shortages of Anti-anxiety Drug Leaves Patients in the Lurch

On daily basis, hospitals run out of medicines such as cardiovascular medications, anticancer drugs, antihypertensive drugs and even antibiotics which when in short supply affect patient care and the overall outcome of therapy. A common practice during a medicines shortages issue is to select an alternative medicine, however, when alternate medications are procured there may […]

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Can Early Behavior in Childhood Predict Adult Depression and Suicidal Attempts?

Studies have shown that it is possible for disruptive behavioral problems in children and adolescents to cause several types of emotional and behavioral problems such as depression and anxiety in adulthood. Adult depression may be caused by behavioral problems in childhood such as temper tantrums, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional, defiant or conduct disorders. Moreover, […]

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Reset Summer Camp Helping Adolescents With Gaming & Screen Addiction

Digital addiction is seriously on the rise. – In fact, the World Health Organization now classifies gaming addiction as a disorder. This sweeping online, computer and portable device digital phenomena is now affecting the mental health of both children and adults of all ages, and education and support to help children, adolescents and adults manage […]

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How to Reduce Depression through Meditation

Depression and anxiety continue to be a major health issue, especially for older adults. Depressive disorders affect about twenty percent of adults between sixty-five years and older, and regular depression is a risk factor for heart diseases and possibly death from a wide range of associated illnesses. It also affects people’s daily lives by making […]

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Depression and Anxiety risk high in people with Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy (CP), as with many chronic illnesses, is characterized by anxiety and depression. Depression and anxiety are frequently experienced mental illnesses, and there is a 2- to 3-fold increase in the likelihood that patients with chronic medical conditions or disability would have anxiety or depression. People with cerebral palsy will face some challenges as […]

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New PlatformQ Health Programs Debut on NeuroCareLive

A much needed series of innovative video educational programs for suffers of MDD (Major Depressive Disorder), will kick off live on NeuroCareLive.com  today, March 13, and can be viewed at anytime after. This cooperation between PlatformQ Health and the DBSA (Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance), comes hot off the heels of last year’s well received […]

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Alzheimer’s Drug plus SSRI May Cut Depression, Improve Cognition

Efforts to improve our understanding of the pathophysiological mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease and to test novel therapeutic approaches for the effective management of this condition started about four decades ago and yet about four decades of research and development (R&D) efforts have failed to yield any effective interventions for Alzheimer and other neurodegenerative diseases and […]