Health News Archive

  • Mood Disorders Treatment News

    Mood Disorders Treatment News

    Anxiety disorders affect one in 10 The Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments describes anxiety as the body’s way of telling us that we feel vulnerable and unprepared. It is anxiety that makes sure we are vigilant and equipped to accomplish the tasks or...

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  • Anxety Treatment News: Exposure Therapy for Anxiety Disorders

    Anxety Treatment News: Exposure Therapy for Anxiety Disorders

    Q&A: A Yale Psychologist Calls for the End of Individual Psychotherapy Is individual therapy overrated and outdated? Yes, says Alan Kazdin, a professor of psychology and child psychiatry at Yale University, writing in the leading journal Perspectives on Psychological Science. Kazdin contends that treatments for...

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  • Asthma Treatment News: Asthma and Children

    Asthma Treatment News: Asthma and Children

    Asthma and Children: Symptoms, signs, treatment, diagnosis and statistics Most children with asthma develop symptoms before the age of six, and many begin wheezing before one year. It is important to diagnose infant asthma because if left untreated, inflammation can cause permanent damage to the...

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  • Diabetes Treatment News: August, 23

    Diabetes Treatment News: August, 23

    Trial of xenotransplantation treatment for diabetes kicks off in Argentina Australian-New Zealand biotech Living Cell Technologies has expanded its clinical trials to a third region, kicking off a study of its DIABECELL treatment for Type 1 diabetes in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The xenotransplantation treatment uses...

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  • Cancer Treatment News: August, 09

    Cancer Treatment News: August, 09

    Exercise should be ‘standard part of cancer care’ Professor Robert Thomas: “You can reduce the chances of cancer coming back if you continue to exercise” All patients getting cancer treatment should be told to do two and a half hours of physical exercise every week,...

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  • Mental Health News

    Mental Health News

    Mental illness, visa woes stir unrest REPEATED attempts to maintain peace at the Christmas Island Immigration Detention Centre are failing because many of the men held there are seriously mentally ill and others are frustrated that they can neither get a visa nor be freed,...

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  • Panic Attacks Treatment

    Panic Attacks Treatment

    The first point to find effective panic attacks treatment you need to accept that you are the source of the attack. More precisely, your brain is the source of the attack. This is most certainly contrary to your what you desire and even if you...

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  • Health Care Today

    Health Care Today

    FACTBOX-Lawsuits challenging U.S. healthcare reform Most legal scholars expect one of the suits to reach the U.S. Supreme Court, but not until its 2011-12 term that begins in October. Individuals, advocacy groups and hospitals have also sued. The following are details of the current state...

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