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By TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre International
"Airway Management: A Solution to our Healthcare Crisis" reviews how breathing truly impacts our health. It will discuss the healthcare problems that can arise from ignoring the airway's effect on the body in both adults and children.
By Happytolearnautism
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is known as ADHD. The symptoms typically start to present themselves around age 7, but a lot of children are not correctly diagnosed till they get older.
By Cited by Sierros Christos
Ironshore is launching Jornay PM (Methylphenidate HCl) extended-effect capsules.
By Claudette Milner
Teens from Louisville, Ky film and direct Mental Health and Homeless series for the documentary series A Matter of Interpretation Americans in Crisis, A Matter of Interpretation is hosted by Claudette Milner and high school senior Sydney Tucker, Behind...
By CCHR
Children, worldwide, are labeled with "mental disorders" that are based solely on a checklist of behaviors. Practice labeled child abuse.
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By Excellent Brain Ltd.
Excellent Brain signed a distributor agreement with TITAN Commerce Continental Services in Germany to distribute its Neurofeedback platform in Europe
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By InventiveLabs, LLC
Learn more at the January 24th kick-off event and information session
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By InventiveLabs, LLC
Sourcing highly-creative employees from an untapped talent pool
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By Excellent Brain Ltd.
Excellent Brain, the innovative Israeli start-up that develops Neurofeedback brain training platforms, has announced a new Freeware release of a new attention training game that uses real-time feedback based on EEG signals from the brain.
By Exeley Inc.
One of the most popular ADHD drugs may cause hallucinations and other psychotic symptoms. Research published in the SJCAPP says that possible adverse symptoms may affect 1.1% - 2.5% of ADHD patients treated with methylphenidate.

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