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Mental Health

Cyberbullying and Electronic Harassment

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

Members of the Maryland General Assembly unanimously approved a new law making it a crime to use the Internet for electronic harassment, cyberbullying, and character ... Continue Reading

Understanding the Symptoms Of Parkinson's Disease

By Simon Fishman, MD

Parkinson's disease belongs to a group of conditions called motor system disorders, which are the result of the loss of dopamine-producing brain cells. Dopamine is ... Continue Reading

Tackling Spasticity From Infantile Cerebral Palsy To Fisted Hand After Stroke

By Simon Fishman, MD

What is spasticity? It is a group of conditions that affects many neurologic patients when the brain or spinal cord fails to mature correctly or ... Continue Reading

Depression What Type Do You Have?

By Jemima Kankam, MD

Being treated for the wrong type of depression could cost you a lot!The term depression is sometimes used loosely to describe a momentary mood. Medically ... Continue Reading

Mental Health And Your Diagnosis

By Jemima Kankam, MD

Mental illness continues to be misunderstood and far too often untreated. Many of the commonly treated mental illnesses have their onset in adolescence but are ... Continue Reading

Acupuncture For Mental Wellness

By Linda Wentz, LAc

Most people associate acupuncture to alleviating pain, but did you know acupuncture can promote mental and emotion wellbeing? A person is a whole-being with a ... Continue Reading

Understanding Emotional Wounds

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

Have you ever been emotionally affected by an action, behavior, or words used by someone else, and when you attempted to get your point of ... Continue Reading

Low T How Can You Feel Better?

By Jane Jackson, MD

Did you know that “low T” happens to more than two-thirds of depressed patients who do not adequately respond to their antidepressant treatment? Current antidepressant ... Continue Reading

Migraines Can Cause Brain Changes Recent Study Finds

By Simon Fishman, MD

Anyone who suffers from migraines or lives with a migraine, knows that migraines are notorious for interrupting those day-to-day plans that most of us take ... Continue Reading

Understanding PTSD Triggers

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

On a recent photographic safari to an African game preserve, the guide directed the individuals to be sure to remain seated in the open canopied ... Continue Reading
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