We All Have Scars: Let Go of your Childhood’s pain

You're reading We All Have Scars: Let Go of your Childhood’s pain, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Between the moment we are born, to the moment we reach adulthood, many of us experience incredible, profound pain. Some of us have been sexually, physically, or psychologically abused — and then left to pick up the pieces on our own. In the most vulnerable and sensitive stage of ...
Tags: Psychology, Featured, Relationships, Happiness, US, Tony Robbins, Blogging, Trauma, United States, Philosophy, Lifehacks, Mindset, Self Confidence, Daniel Kahneman, Jordan Peterson, Psychology Childhood

Researchers develop electroencephalography-based test to objectively measure pain

If you've ever visited the emergency department with appendicitis, or you're one of the 100 million U.S. adults who suffer from chronic pain, you're familiar with a row of numbered faces, with expressions from smiling to grimacing, used to indicate pain levels.
Tags: Health

ECDC study estimates burden of infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria

An ECDC study estimates the burden of five types of infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria of public health concern in the European Union and in the European Economic Area.
Tags: Health, European Union, ECDC

New synthetic compound based on brain hormone holds promise for cancer treatment

A lab team led by Nobel Prize winner Dr. Andrew Schally at the Miami Veterans Affairs Healthcare System and the University of Miami showed that a synthetic compound based on a brain hormone spurred the growth of cancer cells in Petri dishes but enigmatically had the opposite effect in mice.
Tags: Health, University Of Miami, Petri, Andrew Schally, Miami Veterans Affairs Healthcare System

New study highlights need for psychological screening for carers of child burn victims

A new study published in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology highlights the need for psychological screening for families/primary caregivers after a child sustains a burn injury.
Tags: Health, Journal of Pediatric Psychology

Diabetic six-year-old died undergoing slapping therapy, Sydney court hears

Boy’s mother, father, grandmother and ‘healer’ Hong Chi Xiao have pleaded not guilty to manslaughter A diabetic six-year-old boy who died while undergoing alternative slapping and stretching therapy was unable to walk and vomited regularly in his final days, a Sydney jury has heard.The boy’s mother, father and grandmother, and Chinese “healer” Hong Chi Xiao, have all pleaded not guilty to the manslaughter of the boy, who died in a Sydney hotel in April 2016, six days into a week-long healing wor...
Tags: Health, Australia news, Diabetes, Alternative Medicine, Sydney, Child protection, Hong Chi Xiao, Xiao Continue

These children have a high risk of being stabbed on way home from school

Children are most likely to become victims of stabbings as they walk home from school, a London study has found, as its authors warn of the "endemic" nature of knife crime among youths in the UK capital.
Tags: Health, UK, London

A patient’s experience of chemotherapy and radiation

I had my first mammogram at age 35, and for the next 35 years I had mammograms regularly. On my way, I’d pass the entrance to the Thomas Johns Cancer Hospital, outside of Richmond, VA, never thinking that I’d one day cross that threshold myself. When I heard the “C” word, I didn’t know what […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Patient, Richmond VA, PA NP, Oncology/Hematology, CRNA

What Are You Afraid You're Dying Of? 

Is that recurring twitch in your cheek a symptom of something more serious than fatigue? Why is your eyesight blurry by the end of the day? What’s that thing on your foot? We can’t answer these questions, but we know people who can, maybe! Read more...
Tags: Health, Rip, Lifehacks

OCD: When Obsessions Come True

As many people are aware, those with obsessive-compulsive disorder experience disturbing obsessions of all sorts, and they perform compulsions (mental and/or physical) to try to keep these obsessions from happening. While these compulsions might temporarily relieve the anxiety of those with OCD, in the long run they only serve to strengthen the disorder, and a vicious cycle ensues. It is important to note that people with OCD typically realize that performing their compulsions makes no se...
Tags: Psychology, ERP, Personal, OCD, Kathy, CBT, American Psychological Association APA

What is CBD really good for?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is the most well-known of the 113 cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. There is strong evidence that CBD might help in an array of problems, including anxiety and pain management.But numerous companies are marketing low doses of CBD with no proven efficacy and charging a premium. None I began noticing a new beverage in Los Angeles. The first thing you notice is the cheap wrapping, as if directly printed at home and pasted onto the bottle. The sparse print leaves room for ...
Tags: Health, Science, Biology, Medicine, California, Marijuana, Los Angeles, Maine, Innovation, Fda, Illness, Vox, Coca Cola, Derek, Stevia, Dan Nosowitz

What I Learned When I Stopped Covering Up My Acne For 10 Days

Ever since I started my venture into womanhood (aka puberty), I've had acne - and not just on my face. I had it on my back, my shoulders, and my chest. Starting at a young age, I tried all the creams, topicals, and antibiotics my doctor would prescribe. It eventually got to the point where my doctor recommended that I start taking birth control. When taking "the pill" regularly, usage can help monitor hormones and, therefore, help control breakouts and oil production. Knowing how frustrated I w...
Tags: Acne, Beauty, Self Esteem, Editor Experiments

This is what the face of resilience looks like

At the age of 17, my younger sister Elisabeth noticed a change in her body — enlargement of the front of her neck. “I just thought I was building muscle from working out,” she innocently rationalized. A series of laboratory tests and imaging followed and led to a much more grave discovery — cancer. There […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Elisabeth, Pediatrics, Physician, PA NP, Oncology/Hematology, CRNA

Unification Church Proclaims Christian Era is Over; Next Week Christian Entertainers Open for God’s Daughter

While evangelicals are selling out to politics, the Unification Church is quietly evangelizing the disillusioned. According to their leaders, the Christian era is over and the era of True Parents is here. As an illustration to their followers, Unification leaders use Christian participation in Unification events as a signal that Christian leaders are coming into the Unificationist fold. Watch Family Federation leader Michael Jenkins talk about Christian ministers who are coming into the Unificat...
Tags: Health, Christian, Infertility, Michael Jenkins, Unification Church, Bishop Noel Jones, Watch Family Federation, Yolanda Adams Hezekiah Walker Israel Houghton, Curtis Farrow

10 Things That Ruin Your Mental and Physical Health

According to reports, the overall health of this generation is constantly falling. Obesity is at an all-time high and people are more depressed than ever. The average American has poor mental and physical health. We’re not only sick physically but mentally as well. There is a dire need to make a move and make this world a healthy and happy place. Let’s have a look at what’s causing us to have poor mental and physical health: #1 Bad Relationships It’s nice to have friends and good relat...
Tags: Health, Facebook, Fashion, Smoking, Fitness, Obesity, Relationships, US, Mental Health, Overweight, Healthy, Health & Fitness, Physical Health, Don, Childhood Obesity, Sleep Habits

New study discovers why coffee can protect the brain, and it has to do with the kind of roast you drink

Although scientists already believed that drinking coffee could possibly reduce the risk of neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, a new study by Krembil Brain Institute in Toronto, Canada suggests that the kind of roast you drink might determine how much protection your cup of joe might actually give you. The study has identified the set of compounds in coffee – phenylindanes, produced during the roasting process – that are responsible for protecting the brain. The darker th...
Tags: Health, Post, News, Studies, Ross, Parkinson, Max Pixel, Krembil Brain Institute, Preventative Sips, Krembil Brain Institute in Toronto Canada, Donald -RSB- Weaver

Assessing the Methods, Tools, and Statistical Approaches in Google Trends Research: Systematic Review

Background: In the era of information overload, are big data analytics the answer to access and better manage available knowledge? Over the last decade, the use of Web-based data in public health issues, that is, infodemiology, has been proven useful in assessing various aspects of human behavior. Google Trends is the most popular tool to gather such information, and it has been used in several topics up to this point, with health and medicine being the most focused subject. Web-based behavior i...
Tags: Health, Google Trends, Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews, Google Trends Research

Why it’s important to determine who’s truly penicillin-allergic

A true allergic reaction is one of the most terrifying events in medicine. A child or adult who is highly allergic to bee stings or peanuts, for instance, can die within minutes without a life-saving epinephrine injection. But one of the most commonly reported allergies — to penicillin — often isn’t a true allergy at […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Surgery, Infectious Disease, Conditions, PA NP, CRNA

How Personal Counseling Helps Mental Health and Addiction

Personal or individual counseling is a process wherein an individual works with a licensed and highly-trained therapist on a one-on-one basis. It’s set in an environment where the person feels most secure and comfortable. That way, he can freely explore his feelings, thoughts, and behavior. It can also help identify areas in his life that need to change. People seek and receive individual counseling for numerous reasons. In most cases, however, it’s to deal with mental health issues such as depr...
Tags: Health, Brain, United States, Lifehacks, Advantages of Individual Counseling People

Why patients don’t do what physicians tell them

A guest column by the American College of Physicians, exclusive to Those of us who provide clinical care inevitably have patients who simply don’t do what we tell them.  And this isn’t limited to only primary care but is encountered in all specialties and by subspecialists and consultants alike. Not only can this be […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, American College of Physicians, Primary Care, Physician, PA NP, CRNA

A Father’s Presence: Influences on His Daughter’s Development

Over the years more and more research has pointed to the importance fathers have in the lives of children at every stage. As the role evolves, a father’s presence, responsiveness, and involvement in the day-to-day responsibilities of parenting has benefited the health, well-being, and overall development of his sons and daughters. To name a few, associations have been found between father involvement and: Decreased risk of illness and infant mortality Self-confidence, risk taking, and env...
Tags: Psychology, Family, Parenting, Relationships, Research, Women's Issues, Children And Teens, Men's Issues, Success & Achievement, Manion, Peterson, Leyva, Allgood, Meg Meeker, Beckert, Journal of Psychology

The Reason People Stay In Unhappy Relationships

People's decisions about their relationships are often unselfish. → Enjoying these psych studies? Support PsyBlog for just $4 per month (includes ad-free experience and more articles). → Explore PsyBlog's ebooks, all written by Dr Jeremy Dean: NEW: Accept Yourself: How to feel a profound sense of warmth and self-compassion The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything Activate: How To Find Joy Again By Changing Wha...
Tags: Psychology, Relationships, Jeremy Dean

MuVi SPIM light-sheet technology released by Bruker for imaging optically cleared samples

At the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Bruker announced the release of the Luxendo MuVi SPIM CS light-sheet fluorescence microscope for imaging optically cleared samples.
Tags: Health, Bruker, Society for Neuroscience Bruker

PTSD associated with increased risk of major CV event or death after cardiac arrest

People who experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after surviving cardiac arrest, may be at a significantly increased risk of a major cardiovascular event or death for up to one year following the arrest, compared with people who do not develop PTSD.
Tags: Health

Accelerating adoption of artificial intelligence-powered image search and whole slide scanning workflows

Huron Digital Pathology today announced it will accelerate the deployment of digital pathology workflows in hospitals and research/educational facilities, leveraging the strength of Dell EMC’s IT infrastructure products.
Tags: Health, Dell EMC, Huron Digital Pathology

Superbugs kill 33,000 in Europe every year

Superbugs are killing about 33,000 people in Europe every year, according to a new report.
Tags: Health, Europe

There are moments as an anesthesiologist you can’t erase

There are moments as an anesthesiologist you can’t erase. No matter how long you go home and sleep, or how many days pass, you won’t forget it. All of these moments involve saying goodbye; while the scenarios change, the message is the same. It is sacred, like watching the exchanging of vows. They are precious, real, […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Surgery, Physician, PA NP, CRNA

RapidSOS, an emergency response data provider, raises $30M as it grows from 10K users to 250M

Every day, there are around 650,000 emergency service callouts via 911 for medical, police and fire assistance in the US; and by their nature these are some of the most urgent communications that we will ever make. But ironically in the age of smartphones, connected things and the internet, these 911 calls are also some of the most antiquated — with a typical emergency response centre still relying on the humans making the calls to tell them the most basic of information about their predicaments...
Tags: Health, Startups, TC, Motorola, New York, Enterprise, Fcc, Microsoft, Funding, New York City, Israel, US, Mit, Harvard, Rapidsos, Founders Fund


GETTING PREGNANT WITH BEE POLLEN AND ROYAL JELLY Bees are such amazing creatures and so are the substances that they produce. Bee pollen contains almost all the nutrients that humans need. You may be thinking that bee pollen and royal jelly are strange things for humans to consume. However, if you are trying to conceive, these products can enhance fertility in both men and women. For women, they may help regulate cycles, improve egg quality and even help with PMS. In men, they can impr...
Tags: Health, New Zealand, Infertility, Sandy Robertson, EzineArticles, Valine, Micheal Thomas, Fertility Shop

show more filters
February - 2019
March - 2019
April - 2019