Archive for September, 2015 : Placebo Power Treats Depressed People Than the Real OnesSeptember 30th, 2015
The researchers suggest that some people respond well if psychotherapies or cognitive therapies are incorporated during their treatment.
Theatre-based Program Helps Children With AutismSeptember 30th, 2015
The program involves many aspects of socializing which enhance the children’s ability and motivation to interact with others.
Stress Promotes Habits Not Only in Adults but Also in InfantsSeptember 30th, 2015
Infants that are exposed to stress do not try alternative behaviors which can create a negative impact on their knowledge acquisition skills.
October 2015 NewsletterSeptember 30th, 2015
by Lilian Mustelier
Mediterranean Diet Prevents DepressionSeptember 22nd, 2015
Eating nuts, fruits and vegetables has a positive effect on our physical health as well as on our mental well-being.
Teenagers Likely to Smoke If Both Parents Are SmokersSeptember 22nd, 2015
Helping parents quit smoking could help prevent teenagers to smoke and be addicted to tobacco.
Tai Chi Improves Physical Capacity with Common Long Term ConditionsSeptember 22nd, 2015
Tai Chi can help people with long term conditions and improve their quality of life.
Self-Reported Use of New and Uncommon Synthetic Drugs IncreasingSeptember 15th, 2015
Health surveys are needed to identify the new drugs and their use which could be dangerous to users and to prevent potential drug epidemics.
Household Vinegar Found to be Effective in Preventing Infection in Burn WoundsSeptember 15th, 2015
Acetic acid could be used as alternatives to traditional antibiotics to kill bacteria and help burn patients.
Smoke from Forest Fires Aggravates the Respiratory Health of ChildrenSeptember 15th, 2015
The effect of forest fires on health must be identified to understand the problem and create public health strategies to protect society especially the children.
Continued Smoking Acclerates Multiple Sclerosis ProgressionSeptember 8th, 2015
Reduced smoking after MS diagnosis may improve the quality of life of MS patients and more years before the onset of the disease.
Half of U.S. Adult Population Has Either Diabetes of PrediabetesSeptember 8th, 2015
The addressing food policy and the changing cultural attitudes towards obesity are slowing the increase of obesity and diabetes.
Bi-Polar Disorder: Obama’s Bait-and-Switch Environmental PoliticsSeptember 6th, 2015
Obama has a long record of saying one thing and doing the opposite, especially in regards to the environment.
WHO Petitioned to Recognize Electrohypersensitivity and Multiple Chemical SensitivitySeptember 6th, 2015
The corrupt WHO has been asked to recognize electrohypersensitivity (EMS) and multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS).
Sign the Petition to Declassify Missing 28 Pages on 9/11 AttacksSeptember 5th, 2015
28 pages of the federal report on the attacks of 911 remain classified to protect the financiers of the attacks and remain hidden from the American people. Sign the petition to release the files.
Glyphosate Finally Recognized as Cancer-Causing, in CaliforniaSeptember 5th, 2015
Monsanto’s lies about its highly toxic herbicide glyphosate (Roundup) are finally being overcome, a little.
Do Onion Farmers Hate the Arctic?September 2nd, 2015
The National Onion Association is promoting oil & gas drilling in the Arctic, why?
Dementia Brain Imaging Helpful But Must Be ImprovedSeptember 1st, 2015
Imaging creates unnecessary cost and stress to patients and improving it could be useful to healthcare providers and patients.
Marijuana: Useful Antirejection TherapySeptember 1st, 2015
Marijuana may delay the rejection of incompatible organs by suppresing immune response in the recipient.
Shifting Sleep Cycle Disrupts Immune Response, More Open to IllnessSeptember 1st, 2015
An altered circadian cycle can possibly create serious consequences for an organism’s health.
Hormonal Contraceptives Increase Risk of HIVSeptember 1st, 2015
DMPA increases immunological changes and suppresses immune responses to a wide-spread parasite that boosts HIV infection.