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QEEG (quantitative electroencephalography) is the analysis of the spontaneous electrical activity of the brain or brain waves, recorded from multiple electrode sites on the surface of the scalp over a period. The process is also called brain-mapping. QEEG uses modern...
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New analysis from a mental health care study shows that “coordinated specialty care” (CSC) for young people with first episode psychosis is more cost-effective than typical community care. CSC Coordinated is a team-based treatment program tailored to each individual that...
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The benefits of acupuncture are well known by those who use it, and there is much of the proof that it works, both for Physical conditions such as pain, and for anxiety and depression. There is even a growing body...
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The lining of the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) is made of a single layer of cells attached to each other with Gap-Junctions, also known as tight junctions. A gap-junction essentially keeps food particles and microbes inside the GI tract so...
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Pathophysiology Nearly ten of the eleven depressed and otherwise healthy patients have elevated cortisol levels. Recent studies confirm this trend in depression associated with other disease such as cardiovascular, autoimmune, and neurological disease.  Despite the elevated cortisol, inflammation is the...
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The role of gut flora in mental health and neurological disease is fascinating. Recent studies confirm the function of Enteric Nervous System and the Central Nervous System is modulated by the gut bacteria.  In fact, all  autoimmune and neurological disease,...
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Forgiveness and PTSD, what do they have in common? The physical bruises have long healed, and the shocking trigger gone. The abuser out of our lives, and the event a distant memory. Yet science clearly shows that feelings we harbor...
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