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PTC: Civilians struggle to find effective therapy: photos

Stuart Kinlough / Getty Images / Ikon Images Stewart Kinow / Getty Images / Ikon Images Lauren Wals has lived with panic attacks, nightmares and memories for years. The 26-year-old San Antonio teacher has been seeking help from a variety of mental health professionals – including five years and at least $ 20,000 – with a therapist who uses an …

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Coffee Makes You Poop, And Scientists Have Figured Out Why

They say that only two things are certain in this world: death and taxes. But as a person with no plans to ever perish and a petulantly Libertarian view on my fair share, this idiom never really tracked with me. For me, I only abide two masters: coffee and pooping, both in order of importance and chronologically The coffee-making boom-boom …

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How schools are addressing the 'crisis' of childhood trauma

Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. SUBSCRIBE May 20, 2019, 3:24 PM UTC By Elizabeth Chuck and Marshall Crook YAKIMA, Wash. – Instead of going outside for recess on a recent Friday, the fifth-grader Thomas Stevenson walked down a hallway in Ridgeview Elementary School and entered a dimly lit room Inside, lavender aromatherapy filled the air, …

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А.С. They took a lung cancer test. I have A.

Asked if artificial intelligence would get radiologists out of business, Dr. Topol said, "God, no!" The idea is to help doctors, not to replace them. "he said," There are 30 percent false negatives on the other side of the board, things have been missed, it should not be difficult to reduce that number. " However, there are potential dangers, a …

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Why does the brain link pain to emotions? : Footage

When Sutling Whitt was a teenager in Missouri, he was diagnosed with scoliosis. Not long after, the curvature of his spine began to cause chronic pain. It was "this low degree of menacing pain that passed through my spine, and above all in the lower back and upper shoulder, and then even in my neck," said Vit. – The pain …

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A nurse, 46, uses the SKUNK emotional support called Pongo to meet years of anxiety and depression

Paula Bavil, 46, from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, treats his anxiety by using his home-made Pongo scrub [pictured together] A nurse who was struggling with anxiety depression for years, tells how her symptoms have fallen dramatically – Avila, 46, had not previously been able to attend large gatherings and events with limited crowds due to crippling mental health problems, which has …

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