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ADHD Alternative Treatment: Finding Out What Really Works by Dr. Rory S. Doctor of PsychologyHealth Maven Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:15am 1 Comment Last night we kicked off the inaugural ADHD Family Teleseminars by talking about ADHD Alternative Treatments. If not the most frequently requested topic, it is definitely amongst the top 2 or 3, especially by parents of children with ADHD. No matter where you stand on the medication debate, considering alternative treatments is critical to su ... Read on »
The Purple Game to End Epilepsy by elizabeth Posted Sun 14 Apr 2013 3:24pm The Occidental College Girls' Lacrosse team out did themselves, supporting their captain, Lauren Wemple, who has epilepsy. Here they are pre-game, getting pumped and warmed up. Here we are, pre-game, getting pumped and warmed up Here is Sophie, walking the field Here is Lauren and her friend Hilary -- before the game ... Read on »
"Bee"-ography Monday by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 29 May 2011 11:05pm We are excited to bring you another life story written by the parent/caregiver of one of our amazing bees! Noah was born almost two weeks past his due date (26th June 2001) after a normal pregnancy and birth.  Everything seemed fine after he was born, except for a little trouble with his breathing, so he was taken to the special care n ... Read on »
Rethinking Alzheimer’s Prevention and Treatment: The Cognitive Shop/ Brain Fitness Center by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 15 Nov 2010 8:25am Editor’s note: Kenneth S. Kosik, MD, and Ellen Clegg, authors of a recent book on Alzheimer’s Disease prevention and treatment, forcefully propose a new framework and model for brain care: What about setting up “cognitive shops” as “a sort of one-stop shopping for everything from Alzheimer’s disease prevention to guided care for mild or modera ... Read on »
Heartworm Medication Part 2: Options to Fear-Based Recommendations by Jan R. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 5:36pm If you haven’t read Part 1 of this article, “ Heartworm Medication: Truths, Omissions and Profits ,” please read it now unless you completely understand how and when heartworms are transmitted. Click the link at that article’s end to return here. A Heartworm Society news release states:  “By giving heartworm prevention ever ... Read on »
CONSIDERATIONS OF HOLISTIC MEDICINE by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 07 Apr 2013 12:00am EOB-4.... Hardly a week goes by during which Helpful Buckeye does not receive an inquiry about some form of "alternative" medicine.  As these approaches to human medicine have grown in popularity, so too have they gained interest among pet owners.  Just as with any topic that lies out of the mainstream of interest, these approach ... Read on »
Choosing the Right Addiction Treatment Program by leahzoe Posted Fri 16 Nov 2012 4:53am Los Angeles is known for its beautiful weather, gorgeous people, & crazy nightlife. Just turn on any celebrity news story or read any popular magazine and you will see, the paparazzi love capturing those social butterflies having just a little too much fun. In reality, thousands of people suffer from addiction, whether it is sex, alcohol, or ... Read on »
Human and Financial Costs of Futile Treatment by Thaddeus Pope Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 23 Mar 2010 6:44am Over at KevinMD , Dr. Grumpy discusses the human suffering and financial costs of futile treatment.   "Lady in her 60’s with advanced cancer. It had spread through every organ of her body. Brain, lungs, bones, liver, intestines. You name it.  She’d had surgery. And radiation. And chemotherapy. Established treatments. Experimental treatme ... Read on »
An Update on Autism -- Perspectives and Treatment by Poh Tin Tan Posted Fri 27 Aug 2010 12:04am From Medscape Neurology & Neurosurgery Andrew N. Wilner, MD An Autism Update: Introduction Autism is a common disorder of children that presents with a spectrum of neurobehavioral and cognitive disorders, particularly problems with socialization, communication, and repetitive behaviors. There are no biologic markers for autism. The diagn ... Read on »
7 Alternative And Effective Treatments For Chronic Migraines by Kodjoworkout Posted Wed 15 May 2013 7:15am It has been well-documented that a myriad of factors can contribute to or directly cause chronic migraines.  Like many other neurological disorders, chronic migraines are usually idiosyncratic in nature, and treatment is based largely on self-reports from the patient.  In addition, chronic migraine su ... Read on »