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When you think of classic, glamorous Hollywood, a few names come to mind. Omar Sharif is definitely among them. The Egyptian-born actor became a household name after his performance in...
Therapist Blog Challenge #20 deals with the sometimes misunderstood topic of the mental challenges that athletes may experience. [Headline] Come up with a headline to give your readers an idea of...
When our children err, we have a responsibility to respond in a way that meets developmental need. Yet when my daughters freak out, I freak out. The more I act...
It wasn’t that long ago that plastic surgery was used to repair birth defects or do an occasional nose job. Now, people, led by Hollywood’s example, are appearing to become...
Migraine surgery is successful in teen patients with severe migraine headaches who are non-responsive to typical treatments, according to a new study published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. […]
Schizophrenia patients who receive light electrical stimulation to the brain experience an improvement in short-term memory, according to a new study at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The […]
Restricting gun access to people who misuse alcohol may help prevent firearm violence, but laws need to be clearly defined in order to facilitate enforcement, say researchers in a new […]
The abundance and diversity of certain types of gut bacteria appear to impact toddler behavior, particularly among boys, according to new research from Ohio State University. Gut bacteria may interact […]