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Drug-Induced Movement Disorders: ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 29 Mar 2009 3:40pm Drug-Induced Movement Disorders: A Clinical Review 30 mar 2009--The use of dopamine receptor-blocking drugs (DRBD) may result in a variety of acute or tardive involuntary movements. Acute-onset movement disorders arising from initiation or escalation of the dose of drugs that block dopamine receptors (primarily D 2 receptors) include dystonia, ... Read on »
Suboxone Withdrawal in Newborns by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 02 Sep 2012 8:02pm One of the top search terms for Suboxone relates to pregnancy, and fear that the baby will experience withdrawal; official name ‘neonatal abstinence syndrome.’  I wrote this post a couple years ago, and I think it is worth reposting. Since the first time around, several studies have shown that withdrawal symptoms occur in about half of bab ... Read on »
Withdrawal in newborns: Lay off the guilt trip!! by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 01 Feb 2010 5:42pm 1 Comment I will share some thoughts that I left at a discussion at a ‘linked in’ group about addiction.  I was responding to someone who was equating addiction and physical dependence in a baby born to an opiate-addicted mother.  My feeling is that such women are given way too much of an attitude by the nurses and others who care for them, and that was ... Read on »
Soft Neurological Signs in Young Children- My Experiment by Dr. Sheila Cason Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 3:44am Yesterday for Medicine Mondays on MommyMD.org, I discussed soft neurological signs in young children. As you may remember I couldn’t find specific recommendations about when these signs should go away. In general most reports I read stated that if by school age they are present then there may be some other issues present such as learning disa ... Read on »
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Dyskinesia, Dissociation, and the Long Term Consequences of “Antipsychotic” Drugs by Ron Unger Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 Mar 2012 11:43am I recently receive a tweet from Intervoice , that said “This is a odd research finding in my view, what do you think? http://fb.me/L9cs3NTR ” Curious, I clicked on the link, and found it described a study that found that children who experience more dyskinesia, or involuntary physical movement or spasms, also seemed to have more of the sor ... Read on »
MEXICO IS UNDER or MIS DIAGNOSING CREUTZFELDT JAKOB DISEASE AND OTHER PRION DISEASE SOME WITH POSSIBLE nvCJD by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 13 Jun 2012 1:32pm MEXICO IS UNDER or MIS DIAGNOSING CREUTZFELDT JAKOB DISEASE AND OTHER PRION DISEASE SOME WITH POSSIBLE nvCJD Can prion disease suspicion be supported earlier? Clinical, radiological and laboratory findings in a series of cases Alejandra González-Duarte,1,* Zaira Medina,1 Rainier Rodriguez Balaguer1 ... Read on »
EXPLAINING TOURETTE SYNDROME (TS) by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted Tue 18 May 2010 2:35am           Tourette syndrome (TS), or Tourette disorder, is more common Origins of Tourette Syndrome than doctors once thought.  It affects at least 1 in 1,000 to 2,000 people and maybe more.  It is believed that about 100,000 Americans have the disorder. Many more may have other tic disorders that are less severe.  Tourette syndro ... Read on »
Exercise and Your Brain by Mariska Breland, Fuse Pilates Posted Tue 04 Feb 2014 9:00am Last summer, I went to Pilates Anytime in Santa Barbara with a mission: Teach people how mind-body movement really works Fill a gap in fitness education by overviewing the anatomy of the central nervous system – the computer behind both voluntary and involuntary movement Let exercisers know how to improve their own performance wi ... Read on »
Her Feet Tell Her Story – Please Vote by Sherri W. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 02 Aug 2013 2:56pm There are many great painters. There are many great chefs. Artists come with many techniques to express their love of creativity, creation. In a sense, they often 'recreate' the created. Musicians, cooks, photographers, writers, and so many more.   Many people think that unless you make a living using a certain gift or talent or get pai ... Read on »