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Exercise Boosts Mental Well-Being by A4M Posted Mon 22 Oct 2012 10:08pm Posted on Oct. 19, 2012, 6 a.m. in Child Health Exercise Mental Health Basketball - image from Shutterstock ... Read on »
Personal Health Information Privacy by Steve Beller Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sat 08 Nov 2008 2:39pm Not surprisingly, during the recent National Discussion on Health Information Technology and Privacy held on the web, the issue of privacy was at the forefront. The issue of mental health information privacy was of the utmost concern. I discuss the privacy debate in this post, and offer an innovative solution. Who Should Own One's Personal ... Read on »
Symptoms of Mental Illness – How Different Mental Problems Affect Aspects of Normal Living by Vbestic Facebook Posted Fri 31 Aug 2012 10:07am Mental illnesses like anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, panic attacks, phobias and mental retardation affect not just the mental health. However, the most devastating signs and symptoms of these problems are reflected in the form mental disabilities and behavioral abnormalities. It is important to have a comprehensive view of the symptoms ... Read on »
World Health Organization Autism Resolution: Comprehensive and Coordinated Efforts for the Management of Autism Spectrum Disorde by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Sat 24 May 2014 7:16am As stated on the Autism Speaks website on May 23, 2014 : "Today the World Health Assembly adopted a formal resolution making autism a global health priority. The assembly is the governing body of the World Health Organization (WHO). As such, the resolution brings a formal commitment by member states of the United Nations." 133rd sessi ... Read on »
Soccer - health, fitness, social benefits by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 16 Apr 2010 12:00am - Soccer is a pleasurable team sport that provides an all-round fitness and can be used as treatment for lifestyle-related diseases. Men worry less when playing soccer than when running. Women’s soccer creates we-stories and helps women s ... Read on »
Physical Activity Boosts Emotional Health by Your Therapy Source Posted Tue 20 Sep 2011 6:33am As therapists, we frequently provide physical activities for children to promote muscle strengthening, range of motion, balance, motor skills and coordination. We must not forget that physical activity also helps to boost the social and emotional health of children. Physical, active play can help children to express emotions such as smiling ... Read on »
Non-Compliance with Hormonal Therapy for Breast Cancer and Risk of Death by Robert W. Posted Mon 06 Sep 2010 9:40pm     Weekly Health Update: Non-Compliance with Hormonal Therapy for Breast Cancer and Risk of Death "A critical weekly review of important new research findings for health-conscious readers..."   By, Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS   Updated:  09/5/2010 The information in this column is intende ... Read on »
School-Age Sports Predict Health in Later Years by A4M Posted Wed 08 Jan 2014 10:08pm Posted on Jan. 6, 2014, 6 a.m. in Longevity Lifestyle Baseball - image from Shutterstock Despite continued evidence demonstrating the wide-ranging ... Read on »
How Your Family Can Stay Healthy Despite Expensive Health Care by Dr. Lawrence Kindo Posted Sat 06 Apr 2013 10:07pm Bottom line, healthcare is expensive. To stay healthy, the average individual needs to spend at least $7,000 on healthcare bills–and that’s in 2009. But spending a lot of money in health care doesn’t necessarily make the average American healthy and disease-free. The bad news is health care is expected to get more exp ... Read on »
Benefits of Hypothermia for Infants Continue through Early Childhood by Medline Plus Posted Thu 31 May 2012 8:53am A treatment to reduce the body temperatures of infants who experience oxygen deficiency at birth has benefits into early childhood, according to a follow-up study by a National Institutes of Health research network. Children who received the hypothermia treatment as i ... Read on »