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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.
2008-08-12 | Dental Sleep Medicine Offers Alternatives To CPAP And Surgery That Are Comfortable And Effective. Most Patients Prefer Oral Appliances To CPAP When Offered A Choice
2008-08-08 | They say some memories last a lifetime, but not when it comes to our holidays whose lifespan is exactly six years, 11 months, one week, four days, seven hours and six minutes according to research published today by Leger Holidays.
2008-07-14 | Confirm-IT2 is a non- calendar based application that interfaces with Scheduling Software to provide Voice, Email and Text Message appointment reminders to your patients and customers.
2008-03-25 | Customizing Lifestyles and Eating Habits Through DNA Analysis. Taking the Guess Work Out of Dieting and Supplementation
2007-03-30 | Brain injuries can be caused by trauma, such as a blow to the head or birth injuries, or by conditions inside the body such as medication errors, tumors, strokes, poisoning, or infections.
2006-09-20 | Normally ADD and ADHD symptoms are viewed as a disease requiring stimulant drugs to treat. People don't realize that these symptoms can be channeled into superhuman focus and productivity. One Sufferer, Tellman Knudson, teaches a natural method of controlling ADHD and turning it into a huge benefit
2006-08-09 | 24-7PressRelease.com Selected as Top Source For Press Release Distribution
2006-07-29 | Atavistik Pictures is announcing the release its new informative DVD, "Nutrition & Behavior" by neurosurgeon and author, Dr. Russell Blaylock. This new video discusses the mounting evidence that a person's nutrition can severly effect their mood and mental performance.
2006-07-27 | Summary; Shock waves from the recent Madrid Alzheimer's meeting sent scientists scurrying for an explanation for how a Seattle VA study showed that diabetes could lead to a nearly 70% increase in Alzheimer's disease. One scientist not caught off-guard was internist/researcher Lawrence Broxmeyer MD.
2006-06-22 | Instead of pulling teeth to traditionally make more space for the teeth, orthodontists are now recommending palate expansion to give the tongue more room.
2005-06-30 | Campaign launched to rally Multiple Sclerosis patients in potential class action lawsuit against the manufacturer of pharmaceutical drugs Tysabri and Avonex.
2005-03-28 | Stroke Sufferers now have one more option: EMG triggered NMES at home is now both affordable and possible. The system is able to detect extremely small electrical EMG signals
2005-02-10 | A cortically blind, mute child with cerebral palsy began both seeing and speaking following treatment with umbilical cord stem cells.