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Mental Health Conferences, Events, and Education

Mental Health Conferences &
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Primary Care Conference
02/02/2015 - 02/05/2015

Primary Care Conference
03/08/2015 - 03/09/2015

Phamacology Update
03/10/2015 - 03/11/2015

2015 Conference on Pediatric Health Care
03/11/2015 - 03/14/2015
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners NAPNAP

Pharmacology Update
04/20/2015 - 04/21/2015

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Does Getting “Expensive” Drug Affect How Much Patient Benefits?

People’s perceptions of the cost of a drug may affect how much they benefit from the drug, even when they are receiving only a placebo, according to a new study of people with Parkinson’s disease published in the online issue of Neurology®, the medic... Continue Reading

Study: Former NFL Players Who Played Tackle Football Before Age 12 At Increased Risk Of Memory And Thinking Problems Later

Former National Football League (NFL) players who participated in tackle football before the age of 12 were more likely to have memory and thinking problems in adulthood, according to a new study published in the online issue of Neurology®, the medic... Continue Reading

Novel Eye-Tracking Technology Detects Concussions And Head Injury Severity

New research out of NYU Langone Medical Center could move the medical community one step closer toward effectively detecting concussion and quantifying its severity. Neuroscientists and concussion experts from NYU Langone and elsewhere, in a study pu... Continue Reading

Psychopathic Violent Offenders’ Brains Can’t Understand Punishment

Psychopathic violent offenders have abnormalities in the parts of the brain related to learning from punishment, according to an MRI study led by Sheilagh Hodgins and Nigel Blackwood. “One in five violent offenders is a psychopath. They have higher r... Continue Reading

Beer Compound Could Help Fend Off Alzheimer's And Parkinson's Diseases

The health-promoting perks of wine have attracted the spotlight recently, leaving beer in the shadows. But scientists are discovering new ways in which the latter could be a more healthful beverage than once thought. They're now reporting in ACS' Jou... Continue Reading

Diversity In Developmental Trajectories In Kids With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Preschool children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) differed from each other in symptom severity and adaptive functioning at the time of diagnosis and some of these differences appeared to increase by age 6, according to a study published online b... Continue Reading

Negative Patient-Doctor Communication Could Worsen Symptoms

Doctors who unintentionally communicate to patients that they do not believe or understand them could actually make their symptoms worse, a new study suggests. Research by the University of Exeter Medical School, and the psychology departments at th... Continue Reading

MRIs Link Impaired Brain Activity To Inability To Regulate Emotions In Autism

Tantrums, irritability, self-injury, depression, anxiety. These symptoms are associated with autism, but they’re not considered core symptoms of the disorder. Researchers from the UNC School of Medicine are challenging this assertion. They have use... Continue Reading

Use It Or Lose It

Older adults who learn a new, mentally demanding skill can improve their cognitive function, according to research by Jennifer Lodi-Smith, PhD, assistant professor of psychology at Canisius College. Lodi-Smith and her colleagues, including lead resea... Continue Reading

Region’s First Camp For Stroke Survivors And Caregivers At UC San Diego

On Jan. 23-25, more than 15 stroke survivors and their caregivers will go on a mini-vacation in La Jolla, CA, as part of a therapeutic retreat for those whose lives have been affected – sometimes turned upside down – by stroke. The 50s-themed stroke ... Continue Reading

Mother's Stress Hormone Levels May Affect Fetal Growth And Long Term Health Of Child

Increased levels of stress hormones can lead pregnant mice to overeat, but affect growth of the foetus and, potentially, the long term health of the offspring, according to a study published. The foetuses of the mice with raised levels of the stress... Continue Reading

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Houston and Nacadoches, Texas

Full Time Family Medicine Physician & Full Time Registered Physician Assistant
East Tremont Medical Center
Bronx, New York

Palliative Registered Nurse
Home Therapy of Austin
Austin, TX

Camp Nurse
Emagination Computer Camps
Newton (Boston College), MA

Camp Health Supervisor
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Lake Forest, IL

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