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Portsmouth woman did not die of mad cow-related condition, USDA says UPDATE Updated Jun.17, 2008 08:34 KST by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 7:13pm IT was the media and the womans doctor here in the USA that first reported she had human form of mad cow disease. and that's what PD NOTEBOOK and many other media outlets published, until the USDA (?) which first announced that it was not nvCJD. ... Portsmouth woman did not die of mad cow-related condition, ___USDA___ says By Nancy Yo ... Read on »
Understanding Your Central Nervous System by Kim F. Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 Nov 2008 10:05pm Understanding the Central Nervous System’s structure will help you understand your M.S. symptoms. The Brain:             I. THE CEREBRUM: Frontal Lobe ·     Behavior ·     Abstract thought processes ·     Problem solving ·     Attention ·     Creative thought ·     Some emotion ·     Intellect ·     Reflection ... Read on »
Mercury and Tremor by Jeffrey Dach MD by Jeffrey Dach MD Medical Doctor Posted Thu 27 Oct 2011 6:40pm Mercury and Tremor by Jeffrey Dach MD Jim, a 53 year old violinist presented with a chief complaint of hand tremor. He is unable to hold the violin bow properly and lost his job with the symphony.  A number of neurologists examined Jim, and told him he has an "essential trem ... Read on »
Central Nervous System (CNS) Compound Library from OTAVA by otavateam Posted Mon 04 Jul 2011 10:27am There are many different drug targets expressed in brain tissue.   The delivery of drugs to central nervous system (CNS) is complicated by blood brain barrier (BBB) which controls entry of drugs into CNS.   BBB is one of the most important factors limiting the development of drugs that specifically target brain disorders.   Nowadays BBB remains a ... Read on »
List of Essential Oils by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 20 Nov 2011 4:58am Essential oils and aromatherapy have been common healing and therapeutic methods since the first century. There is also documented evidence of essential oils being used by the ancient Egyptian Pharos, who prized the pure plant essence more than gold. Coveted by European Crusaders and primitive South American tribes alike, aromatherapy using ess ... Read on »
REGENERATING THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM by David Granovsky Posted Mon 17 Oct 2011 12:37pm First off, the sense of smell is neurological AND constantly regenerating after every cold, inhalation of smoke, etc. Secondly, our bodies do have regeneration capabilities and they are very powerful in infants and then we lose that capability. An infant <6 mos old can regrow the tip of a finger (8 min, 45 secs in to video below) just as it was ... Read on »
Types of Aromatherapy Candles: How to Make Them by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 02 Dec 2011 8:24pm Aromatherapy has become increasingly popular as a modality to improve general health and reduce stress. It has been proven that the sense of smell is a receptor that can influence the brain and body tremendously. There are many ways to take advantage of aromatherapy, but aromatherapy candles have emerged as one of the easiest ways to receive th ... Read on »
Vaccine ingredients - shocking truth by Gabriela D. Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Jul 2010 9:22am VACCINE INGREDIENTS Below is a list of ingredients in vaccines. (It is not exhaustive - there are other chemicals not in the list.) If you are tempted to assume that these poisons would only be in harmless quantities in vaccines, note 1) There is no safe level for some of these poisons, such as formaldehyde and mercury, even if one of them ... Read on »
Sensory processing characteristics of adults who have complex regional pain syndrome by Chris Alterio Occupational Therapist Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:57pm I. Literature Review Introduction The purpose of this project was to explore complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) by using current models of sensory modulation disorder (SMD) and by using narrative interview. Sensory processing theory as grounded in sensory integration theory (Ayres, 1979, p. 5) and later modified by Dunn (1997) provided t ... Read on »
Novel Dopamine Receptor Ligands as Therapeutics for Central Nervous System Disorders by nih.gov Posted Sun 13 Jun 2010 5:00pm Description of Invention: The dopamine D3 receptor subtype is a member of the dopamine D2 subclass of receptors. These receptors have been implicated in a number of CNS disorders, including psychostimulant abuse, psychosis and Parkinson's disease. Compounds that bind with high affinity and selectivity to D3 receptors can not ... Read on »