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Passive Smoking Linked to Cognitive Disorders by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Wed 16 Jan 2013 10:07pm Posted on Jan. 14, 2013, 6 a.m. in Brain and Mental Performance Environment Passive smoking, also known as ‘second-hand’ smoke or environmental tobacco smoke, ... Read on »
Is it TBI, chronic illness, cognitive disorders, dementia or Alzheimer's? Part 1 of 2 by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Oct 2013 2:28pm Reblogged from braininjuryselfrehabilitation: What’s the difference between brain dysfunction such as dementia and other progressive cognitive disorders and TBI or other chronic illnesses? Survivors of TBI and chronic illness rarely Read more… 1,255 more words Good reading - good food for thought Read on »
Dental Health, Gum Disease, & Cognitive (dementia) disorders--Glen Ellyn Wheaton Dentist Reports by Dr. Thomas Gibbs Doctor of Dentistry Posted Sun 27 Feb 2011 11:20am I was at the Chicago Midwinter meeting this last weekend--It's winter in Chicago and what else should be doing but sitting in meetings! Anyway--it's a great time and place to get caught up with some of the latest information on dental health. Some of the meetings centered around the impact of dental health and general. One article I wan ... Read on »
Is Cognitive Decline Related to Education Level? by Anthony Cirillo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 21 Feb 2011 9:00am The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality released information in January regarding cognitive disorders in the elderly. Cognitive disorders are conditions that hinder a person's cognitive functioning including reasoning and memory. In 2007, the percentage of persons age 85 and older reporting one or more cognitive disorders ( ... Read on »
Developmental Disorders and Cognitive Architecture by Gualtiero P. Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 Jan 2009 3:53pm The dissociations that result from developmental psychopathologies (Down syndrome, etc.) have been one of the main sources of evidence for breaking up the mind into pieces - that is, for identifying the components of the typical cognitive architecture. But is this practice justified? Do these dissociations really provide evidence about the componen ... Read on »
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – Looking at the Research by Krystal Plonski Posted Mon 06 Aug 2012 10:40pm Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is characterized as an anxiety disorder characterized by performing specific rituals, acts, or deeds in order to control and/or reduce anxiety symptoms. For example, the picture above would turn into the picture below, with someone who is suffering from OCD. There are some interesting theories about the etiolog ... Read on »
Sleep Disordered Breathing, Cognitive Decline and Dementia in Older Women by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Tue 09 Aug 2011 5:01pm ... My bother in law Chuck sent this to me. Read on »
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Effective Eating Disorder treatment by Neelam Posted Thu 02 Jul 2009 3:04am Eating disordersare about much more than food and weight. They stem from multifaceted psychological issues. In fact eating disorders may have life-threatening physical and emotional consequences. Today if we carefully study the current scenario then we can see that eating disorders, such as compulsive or binge eating, anorexia and bulimia has wid ... Read on »
Language Level and Cognitive Function Recognized As Affecting Autism Disorder Severity by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Wed 09 Nov 2011 2:13am In Diagnoses of Autism Spectrum Disorders Lack Reliability Pysch Central senior news editor Rick Naubert Ph.D., (article reviewed by John M. Grohol, Psych D) reports on a new study by Catherine Lord, Ph.D. and  colleagues that examined the relationship between autism diagnoses and behavioral appearances at 12 university sites.  The found that ... Read on »
Cognitive problems common am ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 11 Feb 2012 10:39pm Cognitive problems common among non-demented elderly Both subjective and objective cognitive impairment are highly common among non-demented elderly Swedes, with an overall prevalence of 39 percent and 25 percent respectively, according to a nationwide twin study by researchers at the ... Read on »