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LWW JournalsFor Your Patients-Sleep Disorders: Is Actigraphy Effective for Assessing Sleep Disorders? A New Clinical Guideline ...LWW JournalsThe evidence-based assessment, which resulted in eight recommendations labelled as “conditional” or “strong,” was published in the July 15 Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. The task force defined a “strong” ... Actigraphy “provides a useful ...
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Medical News TodayCan a heart treatment lower depression and anxiety?Medical News TodayStudies show that about a third of people with this heart condition also have symptoms of depression and anxiety. Starting from this evidence, researchers from Australia decided to look into how various treatments for A-fib might influence a person's ...and more »
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Minnesota Monthly (blog)These Minnesotans Give Healthcare a Human TouchMinnesota Monthly (blog)... Praestan's software can help them map a precise and personalized route to get there, drawing on its living library of thousands of evidence-based strategies for behavioral health change (ranging from cognitive-behavioral therapy to mind-body ...
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Veritas Collaborative Rallies Eating Disorder Experts to Address Issues Facing Patients, IndustryMarkets Insider18, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Veritas Collaborative, a specialty healthcare system for the treatment of eating disorders, kickstarted its seventh annual symposium on eating disorders by curating a collective of eating disorder experts from around the ...and more »
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PR Web (press release)Gustavo Grodnitzky PhD: Yoga Science Diminishes The Cultural Influences That Lead To Physician BurnoutPR Web (press release)Gustavo Grodnitzky, PhD will join the faculty of The American Meditation Institute (AMI) for a 32-credit hour mind/body medicine CME conference on meditation, gentle yoga and diaphragmatic breathing for physicians and other health care professionals ......
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HealthlineXanax and Other Sedatives Can Be Addictive for Older AdultsHealthline... an increased risk of dementia. Additionally, when these types of medications are combined with other prescribed medications, such as opioids, they can increase the risk of unintentional overdoses and death,” Dr. Lauren Gerlach, a geriatric ...
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Texas StandardHow Adult Survivors Of Childhood Trauma Forge Their Own Paths To RecoveryTexas StandardDr. Judith Herman is a Harvard psychiatrist who's studied trauma for decades. She says early trauma can also contribute to mental health problems, and for some, it can be the root of problems like addiction, depression or suicide. “In the mental health ...
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The Pharmaceutical JournalThe right frame of mindThe Pharmaceutical JournalArmed with a Masters in Psychiatric Pharmacy from Aston University Prajapati is ambitious, confident and getting himself noticed. This year he became the first ... The 42 year old describes his personality as cheerful, focused and calm, and says ...
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AxiosGo deeper: How to change treatment for opioid addictionAxiosPublic health experts agree that if the U.S. is going to get the mounting opioid crisis under control, it will need to do a much better job providing addiction treatment. And they have three over-arching ideas for how to do that — some of which ...
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Honolulu Civil BeatHawaii's Mental Health Care CrisisHonolulu Civil BeatWithy acknowledges the Oahu numbers, which are based on the national statistics, fly in the face of what she sees first hand: a severe need for psychiatric services that's not being met — on any island. “I don't think .... Some doctors are joining new ...

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