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Iraq War Veteran receives government citation for therapy ducks

West Lafayette - Veterans deal with post-war integration in many ways. Veteran Darin Welker handled it by taking care of 14 ducks which he used for therapeutic purposes. After a citation he worries his animals will be taken away.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 3 comments

New therapeutic strategies for chronic diseases

With several chronic human diseases the immune system attacks normally beneficial bacteria in the gut, resulting in chronic inflammation and contributing to disease progression.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Fecal transplants are to become regulated

Fecal therapy is a new method of treating people with infection. However, U.S. physicians and researchers will now have to get approval from the FDA before they can perform a stool transplant.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

New Down Syndrome protein found

Researchers have identified a protein involved in the chromosomal disorder 'Down Syndrome', that could explain its characteristic learning deficits.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Milk therapy results show some success

A gradual and steadily increasing dose of milk proteins appears to have some success in helping some people with allergies to dairy foods, according to a new research study.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

Nationwide legal fight brewing 'gay-conversion therapy'

A legal fight is brewing in the U.S. over whether underage minors should have the “right” to receive gay-conversion treatment to help them “become” heterosexual, or whether such practices should be banned for their traumatizing effects.
In the Media by Rabeh Soofi - 1 comment

Promising development with Alzheimer's Disease research

Scientists have managed to reduce the changes that occur in the body with the onset of Alzheimer's disease in mice. The research has the potential to lead to a major breakthrough in the search for a treatment for the disease.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Music lessons help babies to develop

New research suggests that playing music to babies helps their brains to develop and leads them to become better communicators as they grow up.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Want to be smarter? Get a good whiff of rosemary

People are always looking for ways to improve their brains, whether it's with vitamins, exotic potions, or homeopathic herbal concoctions. However, studies have shown that all one needs to do to be smarter is sniff a bit of rosemary.
In the Media by Sean Fraser - 5 comments

Adult stem cell therapy now used for spinal fusions

Sacramento - When a report came out in 2005 that researchers had found the stem cell origin of vertebrates in the human neck and shoulders, a new step toward vertebrae evolution had begun. That evolution is now moving forward with adult stem cell therapy.
In the Media by Nancy Houser

Naked Therapy: Power through arousal Special

New York - Sarah White says that through Naked Therapy - where she, the client, or both are nude - she hopes to provide people with "power through arousal."
Digital Journal Report by Lynn Curwin - 2 comments

Researchers aim to block Huntington's gene

Researchers are aiming to block the gene that causes Huntington's Disease by using a medical breakthrough that was awarded a Nobel Prize in 2006.
In the Media by Kevin Jess - 5 comments

'Furry Friends for Finals' aims to take a bite out of stress

Animals have long been used to help relieve stress for hospitalized patients and have been used extensively to aid children with physical and mental difficulties.
In the Media by Sandy Sand - 1 comment

Research Suggests Some Children Can Recover From Autism

Autism, it's on the rise, and no one knows where it came from, or how to treat it. But now a psychologist at the University of Connecticut says there is a way for autistic kids to overcome it by age 9.
In the Media by Joan Firstenberg - 2 comments

Non-invasive Test Shows if Chemotherapy is Working

The non-invasive test shows if chemotherapy is working after just one cycle of the toxic drugs given to cancer patients.
In the Media by Sandy Sand - 2 comments

Mime uses humor to put cancer in its place

Mime and actor Mikael Rudolph found writing a play was just what he needed after battling his cancer and losing a sibling to the disease last year.
In the Media by Kathlyn Stone - 6 comments

DCT Helps Clear Path to Personalized Therapies

Researchers at the Burnham Institute for Medical Research (Burnham) have shown that search algorithms used in digital communications can help scientists identify effective multi-drug combinations.
In the Media by Bob Ewing

Indentured Servitude In The Wealthy Man's Army: A Therapist's Point Of View

In an industry of psychotherapeutic providers where countless studies have shown clear evidence that the cost substantiates the benefit of therapy, an interesting syndrome exists. Wealthy clients "expect" premium service.
In the Media by Nikki Weingartner - 4 comments

Nintendo Wii Reinforced as Therapeutic Aid

As the value of Nintendo’s Wii for physical therapy becomes increasingly recognized, another group has publicized its use of the system, this time to help improve motion for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s and other conditions.
In the Media by Nathalie Caron - 2 comments

Scientists use helmet therapy to treat Alzheimer's

Researchers from England have developed a special helmet which can be used to treat Alzheimer’s disease. It delivers infrared beams which stimulate the growth of brain cells.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 7 comments

Dutch Center Opens Door For Cosmetic Surgery Addicts

A Dutch counselling center has started a treatment course for women with a cosmetic surgery addiction. The center says the number of women that suffers from make up addictions is growing.
In the Media by Angelique van Engelen - 1 comment

Prepare To 'Bend It Like Yoga' For A Healthier Back

The idea that back stretching, mind bending, muscle aching yoga was good for your back, experts confirm, yes, it is. Millions of us who suffer with the ever so common, lower back pain could benefit the most from becoming contortionists
In the Media by Michelle Duffy - 7 comments

Drug-free advance in asthma therapy

A new study says experimental heat procedure improved patients' lives dramatically that suffer from Asthma.
In the Media by Brandigal (Donna) - 1 comment

The Royal Whale Bath - bubbles baby

Royal Whale Bath a therapeutic bath for $2,995.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 6 comments

Legal costs should be giving therapy to hundreds of autistic kids in Ontario

A northern Ontario M. P. P. continues to pursue the question of how much it has cost the Ontario government to fight a class-action lawsuit against parents of autistic children.
In the Media by soome2000 - 2 comments

Sudbury M. P. P. victim of political bullying while trying to access information

"A New Democrat MPP is accusing the provincial government of trying to conceal information about the legal costs of its court battle with the parents of autistic children. "
In the Media by soome2000

Autism Cured in Mice via Gene Therapy

The Rett Syndrome Research Foundation (RSRF) announces results of a landmark study reversing the symptoms of Rett Syndrome (RTT) in a genetic mouse model.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 4 comments

Psych Patient Forced to Wear Dog Collar

A 22-year old woman seeing a psychologist was forced to wear a dog collar.
In the Media by BlueButterfly - 3 comments

Hormone Therapy

Wow..amazing!
In the Media by kk21 - 2 comments

Gene Therapy For Erectile Dysfunction Shows Promise In Clinical Trial

I would rather go this route and not take any form of pills. With this discovery the duration between treatments is much longer than having to take a pill every time...
In the Media by KeithLDick
 

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