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Let’s Talk about Depression

14th February 2012
Most of us will, at some point in our lives, suffer from depression. For the majority of us this condition will be situational and temporary, the result of some traumatic event which will leave us feeling temporarily devastated. For others, the depress... Read >
Author: IntegrityCounselling

Autism Treatment - Methylcobolamin (aka. Methyl-B12) – An Important Treatment For Autism

25th August 2011
Methylcobolamin (Methyl-B12) as a vitamin is a very important Autism treatment for individuals – children, teenagers and adults – on the autism-spectrum. It is also useful for those with other issues as well including attention deficit, attent... Read >
Author: Dr. Kurt Woeller

Struggling Children Behavior Improvement Programs by Teens Military Schools in Massachusetts

20th May 2011
Teen boot camps in Massachusetts are designed to create a fundamental change in troubled youth. A good camp can help even the most disrespectful, disobedient kid turn around his behavior and create respect for adult authority. Most parents turn to boot ca... Read >
Author: Kshitiz Mahajan

Depression and Pregnancy: Use Subliminal Messages

07th April 2011
Pregnancy is supposed to be one of the most anticipated and joyous moments in every woman’s life. But not everyone experiences the euphoria. Studies reveal that at least 10 percent of pregnant women go through depression. Depression and Pregnancy: Wha... Read >
Author: Nelson Berry

TINNITUS CAUSE - HYPERACUSIS

04th February 2011
Tinnitus Cause: Hyperacusis Hyperacusis is the perception of a high auditory sensitivity to some noises or tones. It is an abnormal condition in which the complex electrical signals generated by sound vibrations are misinterpreted, confused, or exagger... Read >
Author: Bleever

Pair Bonding In Relation To Maslow’s Pyramid

18th January 2011
Recently I wrote an article titled, "Maslow’s Pyramid: Improve Your Relationship!" Now I want to go into further detail. Did you know that love is not much more than chemical dependence? We can debate endlessly about opinions of love being associated w... Read >
Author: Woo In Wonderland

Where to buy Gabatrol? Read here before you buy

13th July 2010
In fact the elements in gabatrol work immediately after intake and optimize the purpose of your human brain in many means and one such means is via Gaba, a powerful neurotransmitter found in human brain. When you start with the dosage you will experience ... Read >
Author: Wilfred Tanner

Factors Affecting Anxiety and Stress

16th March 2010
It is normal for every person to experience anxiety attacks, especially during stressful situations and traumatic events in life. As health experts say, anxiety is a typical response of person's body that signals possible dangers ahead. However, when anxi... Read >
Author: Moses Holder

Cell Phone Radiation and Your Brain

14th December 2009
You may have heard of the controversy regarding cell phone safety. Or read reports of studies that suggest links between cell phone radiation and the various kinds of brain tumors. But what is not typically discussed is how they could affect the way your ... Read >
Author: kilauealotusked

Dangers Posed by Chemical-Based Mosquito Repellents

12th July 2009
To get complete protection from mosquito bites millions of people utilize chemical-based mosquito repellents around the world. But the most common insect repellents and bug sprays used in a number of homes may be poisonous and are able to produce health p... Read >
Author: Corrodoo

Fishing Bait Flavours - Natural And Synthetic Flavour Tips!

20th May 2008
Flavoured fishing baits from boilies to pellets, meats to ground baits, dough baits to pastes and seed and nut baits can all be enhanced or differentiated further by using flavors. But there is far more to flavours than meets the nose! The lines are de... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

EXCITING NEW CARP BAIT FLAVOURS – and Effective Rigs

08th June 2007
Flavours catch fish period! But how many catch more fishermen than fish? The idea of a flavour dispersing through the water and attracting fish following its trail and increasing concentration to its source and finding your hook baits, is taken for grante... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

The biochemistry of fear and aggression.

12th April 2006
The Brain Chemistry of Bullying and it's Effects of Behavior By Peyton Quinn www.rmcat.com I have talked about "bullying" in schools and elsewhere in this column several times. The victims of bullies sometimes know that being bullied as a young pers... Read >
Author: Peyton Quinn
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