Are you a halyard or a halo?

Halyard and halo have been used interchangeably for a long time, but the terminology has not always been clear.So we decided to define these terms in terms of their roles in the treatment of depression and other mental illnesses.First, the term halyards is defined by the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9), which assigns a value […]

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Test procedures for memory

article A review of the literature on memory testing has identified several tests that can be used to assess memory function.Some of the tests are used routinely in memory studies to evaluate memory impairment and some are non-invasive techniques used for improving the quality of memory.This article discusses the tests and how they are used […]

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Ladd’s technique could save billions of dollars in healthcare bills

By Mark Ladd, Associated Press A former head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found a way to speed up the process of clearing the teeth of cavities.Dr. Robert Ladd told The Associated Press his technique would save millions of dollars by reducing the time needed for dental care and by […]

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The 5 most important reasons you’re not feeling well and 5 important treatments you can try

The most common symptoms you’ll see in the first two weeks after surgery are cramping, pain, bloating and nausea.The most effective treatment for pain is hydration, but there are other options, like massage, chiropractic, massage therapy and acupuncture.A lot of people say they don’t feel better for a few days after the procedure, and some […]

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Researchers test for ‘new’ drug to treat chronic pain

The process for detecting a new drug in humans is a complex one, and it takes time, too.In a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers have used the new method of analyzing the activity of the proteins in the brain to find the drugs that could be used to […]

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