Mistletoe for Treating Breast Cancer

Mistletoe has been traditionally used to treat many types of cancers, especially breast and gynecological cancers. It is an important medicinal herb.

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Sign Language for Autistic Children

A simple sign language for children with autism and other developmental or cognitive impairments uses keywords and concepts taken from American Sign Language (ASL).

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Emotional Sobriety: Getting Back in Balance

Emotional sobriety is essentially defined as a person’s ability to re-calibrate their emotions, and in the process avoid harmful substances and behaviors.

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Health Benefits of Horse-chestnut

Horse chestnut has plenty of health benefits. The seed extract is used in preparing various medications. Mostly used in the treatment of varicose veins and hemorrhoids.

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The Son-Rise Program for Autism

The Son-Rise Program is a child-centered therapy for autism that uses a compassionate, non-invasive model. It is both a treatment and an education model.

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Estrogen and Breast Cancer

The growth of female breast depends upon several hormones, the most important of which is estrogen. Prolonged exposure to estrogen can produce cancerous changes in the breast.

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DIR/Floortime Therapy for Autism

The developmental therapy DIR/Floortime (Developmental Individual-Difference, Relationship-Based Floortime model) uses a parent-child relationship to entice autistic children out of their private worlds and into an environment where they desire to interact with others.

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Breast Self-Examination: Importance, Techniques and Guidelines

Breast self-examination is a technique used in an attempt to detect breast cancer in its early stage. During this procedure, a woman examines her breasts herself.

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Decision Fatigue and Ego Depletion – Too Tired to Decide

Decision fatigue, a phenomenon increasingly intriguing psychologists today given the growing culture of endless distractions and over-stimulation, is a term coined by Roy F. Baumeister.

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Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) for Autism

Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) has been successful at removing the obstacles affecting the quality of life for autistic children.

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Gonorrhea (or gonorrhoea) is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Gonorrhea is symptomatic in 90-95% of men and asymptomatic in approximately 50% of women.

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Male Breast Cancer

Breast cancer in men is rare. It is the formation of malignant cells in the tissues of the breast. Though most of the growths of the breast tissue in men are benign, e.g. gynecomastia, certain growths can be cancerous as well. According to American Cancer society, every year nearly 2000 men are diagnosed with breast cancer. [...]

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Color Psychology

Color influences physical and emotional sensations, and in turn behaviors and moods. Color psychology and associated therapies will likely gain respect across a number of settings in society.

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Behavior Therapy for Autistic Children

When an autistic child’s behavior turns disruptive, interferes with learning, or current therapies are not working, it might be time to pursue a behavior specialist.

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Constructive Criticism for a Healthier Marriage

Criticism from a spouse can be emotionally charged, yet couples caught in destructive communication patterns can foster a healthier relationship by learning how to give and to accept, constructive criticism.

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Ashkenazi Jews and Breast Cancer

The incidence of mutated BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes is far more common in women of Ashkenazi Jewish descent as compared to general population. It’s mainly due to the “founder effect”.

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Appetite Loss and Breast Cancer Treatment

Loss of appetite is a common problem experienced by patients undergoing treatment for breast cancer. With proper medical guidance and treatment, a speedy recovery is very much possible.

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Play Therapy for Autistic Children

During play therapy, both verbal and nonverbal autistic children communicate well. Therapeutic play differs from regular play. The process also involves the parents, who learn how to use the techniques at home.

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