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How giving a face to the voices in their heads can help schizophrenics

A fascinating study led by King's College in London has shown success in rapidly reducing auditory hallucinations in people with schizophrenia. The …

A former White House pastry chef reveals the low-sugar desserts the Obamas requested all the time

As the White House’s head pastry chef, Bill Yosses was charged by Michelle Obama with making desserts that were if not quite healthy, at least</i> …

New Recognition for Chronic Fatigue

Having recently endured more than a month of post-concussion fatigue, I can’t imagine how people with so-called chronic fatigue syndrome navigate through life with disabling fatigue that seemingly knows no end. Especially those who are erroneously told things like “It’s all in your head,” “Maybe …

Arthritis

The original mistake that distorted the health insurance system in America

A World War II-era mistake distorted the U.S. health insurance system. Reformers tried to fix the problem with patchwork solutions until<p>Obamacaredumped yet another layer of misguided policy onto what was already a mess. Now the tangle is so perplexing that a Republican Congress, under a Republican …

Health Care

Want to Raise Your IQ by 23 Percent? Neuroscience Says Take Up This Simple Habit

In less time than it takes you to have lunch, you could be expanding your brain -- literally.<p>There are two types of intelligence: crystallized intelligence and fluid intelligence.<p>Crystallized intelligence is your ability to utilize information, skills, and experience already learned -- basically, …

Meditation

Surprisingly Simple Hacks to Make You Super Productive

In his 2012 bestseller, <i>The Power of Habit</i>, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Charles Duhigg helped readers understand why they eat those cookies every …

Study links mobile device addiction to depression and anxiety

Is cellphone use detrimental to mental health? A new study from the University of Illinois finds that addiction to, and not simply use of, mobile …

The pharmaceutical industry will always deny that something as cheap as sodium bicarbonate can outperform the most expensive pharmaceuticals. There are convincing evidence and a host of supporting theories which suggest that the sodium bicarbonate should be the primary and universal medication for a wide variety of diseases, including cancer and diabetes. Every therapist and the medical expert must use baking soda in the healing processes for a large number of diseases. Sodium bicarbonate is widely used for decades, even by oncologists who would not like that their patients die too quickly due to the excessive toxicity of conventional treatments. Sodium bicarbonate is routinely used because it protects the patients from the toxicity of chemotherapeutic medicaments and radiation which destroys their kidneys or kills them.

<b>Sodium bicarbonate helps to save countless lives.</b><p>Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) is portrayed by Arm & Hammer company, as a basic workhorse medicine …

The Neuroscience of Traumatic Memory

Sometimes people can remember what seem like the smallest, most insignificant details of their lives – their 8th grade locker combination, a story …

Here's why a lot of economists hate the idea of free public college

While the notion of free college might seem like a good idea to anybody with kids, several economists recently told NPR's "Planet Money" that it's not a good plan.<p>Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, who are vying for the Democratic party's nomination, both want to make college more …

College & University

The Surprising, Deeper Reason Introverts Avoid Small Talk

<b>It ALL makes sense now.</b>I’m definitely an introvert. It’s not that I constantly sit by myself in a corner and never talk to people. I can be social, …

Self-help