Dr. Jacqueline C. Buchin Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Invaluable Lifetime Contributions to Clinical Psychology2017-02-03
| Dr. Buchin is uniquely qualified to continue a variety of activities at Massachusetts General Hospital,
where she has worked as a Research Clinician and Clinical Associate since 1995
Forensic Psychiatrist Expert and Author Offering Speaking Services2017-01-31
| Vivian Chern Shnaidman, M.D., is a devoted psychiatrist who specializes in navigating the intersection of psychiatry and law.
Author Virginia Frusteri Sollars Announces New Release, 'And Some Will Triumph', An Uncensored Look Into Correctional Mental Health2017-01-26
| 'And Some Will Triumph' is a riveting look into correction mental health and is ultimately a story of regret, hope, tragedy and redemption
New Alzheimer's Protocol Seeks to Slow Progression, Even Reverse Disease2017-01-21
| Patients may live longer, have lower healthcare costs and experience a higher quality of life
Women In Government's National Task Force on Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders Releases State Policy Toolkit for Policymakers2017-01-19
| Women In Government has announced the release of their newest publication, "Building Greater Awareness and Making Meaningful Change Around Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders - A State Policymakers' Guide."
American Health Council Names Kirk Dombrowski, Ph.D. to Education Board2017-01-18
| Dr. Kirk Dombrowski of The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has been selected to join the Education Board at the American Health Council.
Stealth Adapted Viruses Cause Autism2017-01-16
| Further Brain Damage can be Triggered by Vaccination and Potentially Cured via the ACE Pathway
Women of Distinction Magazine Selects Ellen Louise Wristen, JD, as a Distinguished Professional in Her Field2017-01-12
| Ellen Louise Wristen, JD, Executive Director of Brookwood Academy, Inc., has been recognized as a Distinguished Professional in her field through Women of Distinction Magazine.
Mental Illness and Stealth-Adapted Viruses2017-01-09
| Law enforcement efforts and existing psychiatric services are proving to be inadequate in preventing mentally ill individuals from harming others. A new approach to treating mental illness is based on the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway
Vitamin D Supplementation Improves Autism in Children2016-12-31
| A recent randomized controlled trial discovered that daily vitamin D supplementation improved autism symptoms among children.
Women of Distinction Magazine Selects Michele Inzelbuch, LCSW, LCADC, as a Distinguished Professional in Her Field2016-12-29
| Michele Inzelbuch, LCSW, LCADC of Michele D. Inzelbuch, LLC, has been recognized as a Distinguished Professional in her field through Women of Distinction Magazine.
Stars Raise Money for Awareness & Mental Illness Recovery2016-12-24
| NAMIWalks 2016 Supporters included CBS' The Big Bang Theory and Mr. Robot Stars
It's Time To Awaken Your Purpose2016-12-21
| Bestselling Author in 3 Different Categories on Amazon
Edward Paul, MD, Honored for Excellence in Addiction Psychiatry2016-12-20
| Dr. Edward Paul successfully treats patients with chemical dependencies and comorbid conditions
Seven Ways Astronauts Improve Sleep May Help You Snooze Better on Earth2016-12-16
| The hazards of lost sleep can range from on-the-job errors to chronic disease. People all around the world experience disruptions in circadian rhythm, or the body's natural regulator for sleep and wake cycles based on a 24-hour schedule, every day.
Dr. Cleveland Evans Recognized for Excellence in the Field of Psychology2016-12-15
| Dr. Evans celebrates three decades with Bellevue University
Dr. Carl Bell Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Excellence in Mental Health Care2016-12-14
| Dr. Carl Bell has been an esteemed psychiatrist in the Chicago community since 1974
What is Neuroplasticity?2016-12-13
| The new buzzword in science these days is Neuroplasticity, but what is it exactly?