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A Little Bump on the Head: 6 Tips for Brain Healing by Chuck Medical Doctor Posted Tue 16 Sep 2008 4:57am So often we hear the phrase: "Nothing big, just a little bump on the head." -But the question still arises: what else can we do? These tips address concerns after an injury, even if you didn't get knocked out, knocked unconscious - even if you think all is well. First a fundamental point: Here at CorePsych we have often reported: one do ... Read on »
Brain Cyst or Vaginal Pimple? Which Has Greater Impact? by jenn Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 Oct 2009 10:02pm After I gave up on my 2nd psychiatrist, I consulted a neurologist that supposedly specialized in anxiety and ADHD. I figured I would try him out since I was able to just get away with paying a co-pay and after our first meeting, he ordered a routine MRI and EEG. I was annoyed because that meant more babysitting bi ... Read on »
Basal Ganglia Cyst and Brain lesion by bigsworm Posted Sun 12 Apr 2009 6:54pm A few months ago I was told I had a cyst on my right basal ganglia and a brain lesion that was .4 mm. Well that was about February. Since then I feel something weird on my right side of my head. And some days I have headaches that even tylenol doesnt work or migrain pills dont take away. I consistantly have this pain on my right side of my head. ... Read on »
Brain Correcting Bumps To Body by Your Therapy Source Posted Wed 07 Dec 2011 10:48am An interesting study was published in Nature about how the human body corrects itself when knocked by an external blow. The scientists discovered that the pathway of the primary motor cortex provides this information for limb correction. One of the researchers states that "the corrective movement pathway works by limiting and correcting the dom ... Read on »
Though graphology is certainly useful for detecting Diablo 3 Gold kind of enflamed areas sent about the brain leading to lumps by frunescape Posted Wed 13 Mar 2013 7:06am      Though graphology is certainly useful for detectingCheap Diablo iii Goldcopies, careful analyze of exactness in subconscious studies show that will graphologists rating incredibly low within score character phrenology, had been got going in the nineteenth one hundred year by way of a In german structure instructor, Franz Gall. His / her con ... Read on »
Why is there HOPE? by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 3:07pm When I started doing research in to Bray's condition, learning that he was missing parts of his brain was devastating. You automatically assume that because the entire brain isn't there, means that you can't exist. There were hours upon hours of time spent in utter denial because I couldn't wrap my own mind around the fact that he indeed did exis ... Read on »
Hydrocephalus in children with brain tumours by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Thu 22 Mar 2012 10:14am This informative article describes the symptoms and types of hydrocephalusExcess levels of fluid within the brain., a rare paediatric condition. This article will be of help to any parent or carer who would like to know what treatment options exist for c ... Read on »
Passion by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Thu 06 May 2010 9:38am Simply stated, I am beyond the point of passionate regarding the importance of raising awareness of many rare conditions affecting our children. Sure, my own little one is living with hydranencephaly... a cephalic disorder that happens roughly one in 10,000 births. Cephalic disorders are congenital conditions which affect the brain and central ne ... Read on »
What is Hydranencephaly? by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 3:07pm In my early days after hearing my son's diagnosis, I was living in a bit of a fog. I remember how determined I was for answers, I felt deep down that death wasn't the only option although it was the only one given to us by was not a denial feeling as some mistook it for, but a true motherly intuition. I knew he wasn't dying, not soon ... Read on »
More on the Amazing Brain by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 19 May 2010 4:55pm A very long read, but definitely an amazing one... a "vegetative state" is definitely a term that needs to be reanalyzed. I've been told that children living with hydranencephaly will live in a "vegetative state" being completely unconscious to the world around them... tell that to my 'lil man Brayden as he sits here with me laughing when I make ... Read on »