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  • New hope for old research
    New hope for old research
    The National Institutes of Healthannounced Tuesday, awards totaling $12.7 million, will go to academic research groups exploring new treatments for patients in eight disease areas, includingAlzheimer’s disease,Duchenne muscular dystrophyand...
  • Are you broken there is an unending supply of therapies in today’s world
    Are you broken there is an unending supply of therapies in today’s world
    New age techniques, personal development and therapies can deliver the promise of transformation if your mind identifies with transformation as something you want and desire is active. All results are temporary depending on your evolutionary state...
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    FDA gives thumbs down For arthritis drug
    Safety issues raised concernsOn Tuesday the votes had been cast and the FDA advisory panel had voted 11 to 1 against giving approval Novartis AG, for the treatment of gout attacks, a common type of inflammatory arthritis which affects around 8.3...
  • Indulge yourself at the Peninsula Tokyo’s ESPA
    Indulge yourself at the Peninsula Tokyo’s ESPA
    You deserve it. A stay at the Peninsula Tokyo is memorable in itself but it can be enhanced with a visit to their ESPA that epitomizes the legendary Peninsula hospitality and service. ESPA has created a collection of bespoke treatments with...
  • Herb Garden
    Your Garden’s Hidden Pharmacy
    Many common health conditions can be remedied with a healthy lifestyle that is accompanied by the use of certain herbal remedies. While Western Medicine relies heavily on the use of prescription drugs, most practitioners of Eastern Medicine, as...
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    Upcoming events
    Here are some upcoming events in the KC Metro area that support children with special needs. January 29 ~ The Joshua Center Bowl-a-thon at College AMF Lanes at 10201 College Blvd in Overland Park, Kansas from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm. For more...
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    Seattle's PTSD question of the week: Successful treatment methods
    This week’s Post Traumatic Stress Disorder question comes from Jason Ream in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma via Facebook. Congratulations, Jason! Question: By the numbers what is the most successful treatment method and what is the percentage of...
  • Angel of grief
    Dealing with grief and loss and helping others - Part 6
    Helping people who are grieving begins with understanding the grieving process How to help a person who is grieving over a loved one Grief is normal, but there are many ways of grieving. No two people's experience will be exactly the same. A...
  • Survivors are the only ones that can open the door to healing from PTSD.
    Healing PTSD: The real deal in Tacoma
    How will I know when I’m healed? How long will it take? Will I ever be completely rid of PTSD? These are questions rolling around in the minds of people wrestling with the debilitating symptoms associated with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,...
  • angel of grief
    Dealing with grief and loss and helping others - Part 5
    Lifestyle as a factor to determine how different people may grieve Robert Kastenbaum, PhD, and professor of communications at Arizona State University, maintains that dealing with death and anxiety has a lot to do with lifestyle and the...
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    Mom of autistic kids needed help -
    Mom of auticstic kids needed help. Why didn't she take it?This article was going to begin with the grim stats on funding cuts that may have been partially responsible for the Texas mom who murdered her autistic kids last week. Clearly this mom...
  • Dr. Viktor Frankl
    Dealing with grief and loss and helping others - Part 4
    Criticism against the Kubler-Ross grieving stages model Human Resilience There have been studies on people who have faced horrendous situations and have accepted death when they somehow could attach meaning to the process. Children who were...
  • Asking a friend to exchange massages is the best way to begin experiencing massage benefits for free
    Massage & acupressure help treat PTSD in Tacoma
    PTSD survivors have reported decreased anxiety and depression, alleviation of headaches and insomnia, as well as, increased clarity and connectedness with the use of massage and acupressure in conjunction with traditional psychotherapy. Tacoma...
  • law of attraction
    The law of attraction and how it applies to psychology - Part 3
    How does the law of attraction work? The way the law of attraction operates is that the follower must follow basic conditions: Determine what you want Then ask the universe for it Behave as if you already have what you are asking for. For example,...
  • It's common for PTSD survivors to become forgetful as symptoms increase.
    5 ways to beat PTSD induced memory loss
    Can’t find your car keys ‘cause they’re in your pocket? Find yourself driving to work and suddenly don’t know where you are? Memory symptoms often surface when PTSD survivors begin to reach the breakthrough point. This is a...