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Sandra F. Ingerman Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-22 | Ms. Ingerman spiritual nature and experiences as a teacher inspired her to become involved in writing and lecturing.


Erin E. Murphy, MFT, Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-16 | Ms. Murphy specializes in family and marriage counseling and is responsible for supervising interns and staff that serve at-risk youth and seeing private clients in the evening.


Evelyn L. White, LCSW-C, Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-15 | With 39 years of professional experience, Ms. White specializes in counseling people with mental issues.


Charleen Stroup, LMHC, LPN, CAP, CFM, BCPC, Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-12 | Mrs. Stroup specializes in mental health counseling with a focus on grief and bereavement.


Alexander M. Nicholson Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-11 | He is affiliated with the Freemasonry and volunteers for the Salvation Army and the Women and Children's Shelter.


Brain Damage from Sleep Apnea in Young and Old Causes Changes in Brain Functioning, Poor Sleep and Short Sleep. The Majority of Sleep Apnea Patients Do Not Use Their CPAP. I HATE CPAP! offers help at WWW.IHATECPAP.COM

2008-10-07 | Multiple studies have shown changes in learning and cognitive function related to sleep apnea. Eighty percent of ADD and ADHD in children is linked to sleep apnea. Short term memory loss, cognitive dysfunction, dementia and altzheimers are all linked to untreated sleep apnea.


EMI Published Composer Bryan Le Bon Discovers Healing Through Music

2008-10-06 | Bryan Le Bon has discovered how music can alter the brain's thought processes to promote healing. Le Bon's music uses the "law of vibration" through musical tones and tempos to change the vibrations of one's thoughts. By changing a thought's vibration, physical and mental healing is promoted.


Does the Financial Bailout Have You Stressed and Aching?

2008-10-05 | Banks are Failing, Car Companies are taking $25 billion dollar loans; Mortgage Implosion and other tough times have us all stressed out. A recent study finds that al of that stress can take a damaging toll on your body.


John W. Sherwood, MA Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-09-26 | He is a recipient of the Department of Mental Retardation (DMR) Commission Award for Excellence.


Carole A. Patterson, MS, Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-09-26 | She has extensive experience in public speaking, having served previously as a solicitor in organizations such as the Texas City Manager Organization.


Penelope C. Cavender Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-09-21 | She has her own private practice and is responsible for managing operations and counseling children and adults.


John M. Boden, MD, Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-09-20 | He volunteers with the American Breast Cancer Foundation and with local no-kill animal shelters.


Lisa D. Jobin, MA, LCMHC, Honored by Cambridge Who's Who for Excellence in Psychotherapy

2008-09-19 | Ms. Jobin has six years of professional experience in mental healthcare. A specialist in the field of adult psychotherapy.


Brandon Gooding Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-09-18 | He is a two-time recipient of the Coach of the Year Award from the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association.


Joyce E. Hickey, RN, MA, PNS Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-09-18 | Ms. Hickey is a recipient of the H. Kelley Psychology Department Award and the National Alliance on Mental Illness Appreciation Award.


SNORING KILLS! HEAVY SNORING INCREASES RISK OF STROKE AND CAROTID ATHEROSCLEROSIS. RISK IS INDEPENDENT OF OTHER RISK FACTORS. PUBLIC HEALTH IMPLICATIONS ARE ENORMOUS ACCORDING TO ARTICLE IN SLEEP, SEPTEMBER 1, 2008. SLEEP APNEA DENTISTS MAY PLAY MAJOR ROLE ALLEVIATING IN THIS HEALTH CONCERN

2008-09-14 | HEAVY SNORING CAUSES SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN RISK FOR CAROTID ATHEROSCLEROSIS AND STROKE ACCORDING TO JOURNAL OF SLEEP AND SLEEP DISORDERS RESEARCH. THIS RISK IS INDEPENDENT OF RISK FOR SLEEP APNEA AND NOCTURNAL HYPOXIA. CAROTID ATHEROSCLEROSIS IS A MAJOR CAUSE OF STROKES.


MORNING HEADACHES ARE PRIMARILY RELATED TO TWO PRIMARY CAUSES: SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING AND DISORDERS OF THE TRIGEMINAL NERVOUS SYSTEM WHICH CAN LEAD TO CHRONIC PAIN, DEPRESSION AND TMJ DISORDERS. TREATMENT OF THE SLEEP DISORDERS IN CONJUNCTION WITH TMJ TREATMENT OFFERS EXCELLENT RESULTS

2008-09-03 | PATIENTS WHO SUFFER FROM MORNING HEADACHES, OFTEN WAKE IN THE MORNING ALWAYS FEELING LIKE THEY NEED MORE SLEEP. DEPRESSION IS COMMON IN PATIENTS WHO NEVER WAKE-UP FEELING GOOD. DRUG FREE TREATMENT CAN IMPROVE ALL ASPECTS OF LIFE FOR MANY PATIENTS.


Anger Management Classes - Not just for the "Angry" offered by AJ Novick Group, Inc.

2008-08-23 | New Anger Management Classes and Services from the AJ Novick Group, Inc., a leading national provider of quality programs and online courses


SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT OFFERING FREEDOM FROM CPAP COMES TO SCHAUMBURG. DENTAL SLEEP MEDICINE PIONEER AND RESEARCHER TO TREAT SNORING AND SLEEP APNEA IN CONJUNCTION WITH PROMINENT LOCAL DENTIST.

2008-08-22 | Renowned Sleep Apnea Dentist Dr Ira L Shapira offers CPAP Alternatives that most patients prefer to CPAP. He is partnering with Schaumburg dentist Dr Alan Acierno to bring better sleep to the northwest suburbs. Most patients prefer oral appliances to CPAP when offered a choice.


CPAP ALTERNATIVE SAVES LIVES ACCORDING TO DR IRA L SHAPIRA A DIPLOMATE OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF DENTAL SLEEP MEDICINE

2008-08-22 | MOST PATIENTS PREFER ORAL APPLIANCES TO CPAP WHEN OFFERED A CHOICE. DENTAL SLEEP MEDICINE IS NOW ACCEPTED AS A FIRST LINE TREATMENT FOR MILD TO MODERATE APNEA.