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» More Sunshine Tied to Fewer Cases of ADHD - Psych Central News

» More Sunshine Tied to Fewer Cases of ADHD - Psych Central News | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
Fewer children have attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) where sunshine is plentiful, according to new research published in the journal Biological
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This just seems to add to the evidence that children need outside physical activity. -Lon

Katiebelle Wheelock's comment, May 9, 2013 9:16 PM
Children who get a lot of sunshine goes hand in hand with time spent playing outside. This is such an interesting article to read and add to the debate for why children need to spend more time engaged in physical activity, especially outside, to instill a healthy lifestyle as well as lower cases of ADHD. Very interesting article!
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New behavioral therapy to support Japanese mothers of children with ADHD

New behavioral therapy to support Japanese mothers of children with ADHD | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
Researchers have successfully adapted a parent-training program for ADHD for use with families in Japan, where ADHD-specific behavioral interventions are limited.
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New behavioral therapy to support Japanese mothers of children with ADHD

 

 

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The 'I'm spiritual, but not religious' argument

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Chris Lewis’ depression took him to the brink of despair. How he found his way to happiness

Chris Lewis’ depression took him to the brink of despair. How he found his way to happiness | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
About 20 years ago, Chris Lewis was diagnosed with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and ADHD. Here's what he wants Canadians to know about mental health issues.
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High costs give palliative care increased industry interest

High costs give palliative care increased industry interest | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it

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High costs give palliative care increased industry interest

 

Good article on the higher costs of palliative care and end of life needs

Please also review our pastoral thanatology training and see if it matches your academic and professional needs

 

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10 Foods That Are PROVEN to Accelerate Fat Loss

10 Foods That Are PROVEN to Accelerate Fat Loss | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
When it comes to losing weight, not all foods are the same. Some foods can increase the amount of calories you burn, kill your appetite, or both. This can be caused by protein, fiber, as well as many substances found naturally in foods. Here are 10 evidence-based fat-burning foods an
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Are Americans taking back control of their own health?

Are Americans taking back control of their own health? | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
OPINION | As the repeal of The Affordable Care Act looms under the Trump administration, many Americans are uncertain of their future with regard to healthcare coverage and ability to pay for the care they need.
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A Spirituality For Hot-Mess Times #LoveTakesAction

A Spirituality For Hot-Mess Times #LoveTakesAction | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
These times demand that we resist violence to our own bodies and souls, and give them tender care as an act of revolutionary love.
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Study shows poor children face higher rates of asthma, ADHD

Study shows poor children face higher rates of asthma, ADHD | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
PITTSBURGH — Poverty takes a toll on human health and especially on children.The American Academy of Pediatrics and Britain's Child Poverty Action Group, among various groups and scientific studies, long have documented the higher risk of illness, chronic disease and disability among impoverished children, along with lower birth weights and an average life expectancy nearly a decade shorter than children from affluent families.Now add asthma and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder
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Ancient healing: A cure for modern ailments? - Khaleej Times

Ancient healing: A cure for modern ailments? - Khaleej Times | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
Dr Weil advocates a new system of healthcare facilities aimed at prevention of diseases and the promotion of healthy lifestyles
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Make Your Body's Science Meaningful with the RefreshinQ Quotient

WADSWORTH, Ohio, Feb. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Have you ever wondered if your health decisions are truly meaningful? The RefreshinQ Co. announces a science-based, individually tailored way to answer that question with the RefreshinQ Quotient (RQ). The RQ program is made possible through the technology
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Caregivers - Using Spirituality to Cope With Alzheimer's Disease

Caregivers - Using Spirituality to Cope With Alzheimer's Disease | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
With millions around the globe currently battling Alzheimer's disease, millions more are providing vital and necessary care to these individuals
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Alternative therapies giving hope to man with ‘incurable cancer’

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Alternative therapies are making cancer patient Dave Camp "bright as a button". So said the wife of the Tewkesbury resident, who has been told by doctors that a life-threatenin
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Democrats Just Came Up with an Obamacare Replacement That Saves $1.8 Trillion

Democrats Just Came Up with an Obamacare Replacement That Saves $1.8 Trillion | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
A bill reintroduced by Michigan Rep. John Conyers would create a cost-efficient, single-payer health care system that covers all Americans.
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Spirituality an important aspect of treatment, says palliative care expert - Oman

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Muscat, A two-day spiritual therapy workshop organised by Oman Cancer Association (OCA) got underway at the Oman Avenues Mall on Sunday.
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Spirituality an important aspect of treatment, says palliative care expert - Oman

 

Good article on spirituality and treatment of the dying.  Please also review our pastoral thanatology program as well as our spiritual counseling program

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Reducing medication errors - Star2.com

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Medication errors are the single most preventable cause of harm to patients.
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Healthy North: Coping with stress not impossible

Healthy North: Coping with stress not impossible | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
We can use stress to our advantage.
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Medicare patients who are obese are less likely to receive hospice care, study finds

Medicare patients who are obese are less likely to receive hospice care, study finds | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
Terminally ill Medicare recipients who are obese are less likely than their normal-weight peers to receive hospice care or to be given the chance to die at home, a new study has found.Not only does that difference impose an emotional cost on the patient and his or her family, it also comes with a hefty price tag.
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Medicare patients who are obese are less likely to receive hospice care, study finds

 

 

Good article about how obesity and end of life care usually find each other in later life.  Please also review our Pastoral Thanatology program

 

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Designers take a holistic approach to health-care spaces

Designers take a holistic approach to health-care spaces | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
Health-care facilities can be stressful places for patients and visitors, with depressing waiting rooms, rows of uncomfortable seating, a blaring television. But designers of some medical spaces are remedying the
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Patient Education Reduces Costs, Boosts Asthma Outcomes

Patient Education Reduces Costs, Boosts Asthma Outcomes | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
A new study shows that patient education programs can give patients the knowledge necessary to independently manage their own asthma symptoms.
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5 minutes with Ivanka Trump’s health coach Maria Marlowe

5 minutes with Ivanka Trump’s health coach Maria Marlowe | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
The certified health coach talked to us about working with the first daughter and changing the way the country eats.
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What's The Deal With Energy Healing & Should You Try It? - Sporteluxe Global

What's The Deal With Energy Healing & Should You Try It? - Sporteluxe Global | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
We spoke with Kay Andrews, an Intuitive Healer, to get the lowdown on energy healing.
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Designers take a holistic approach to health-care spaces

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Health-care facilities can be stressful places for patients and visitors, with depressing waiting rooms, rows of uncomfortable seating, a blaring television. Sometimes, diffusers even waft a gentle breeze of lavender or citrus to mask the harsh scents of disinfectants and medicines. "Studies suggest that some of the best environments for health and healing incorporate a variety of hues, use both warm and cool tones, and vary color saturation," Semrou says. [...] in the reception area of Memorial Sloan Kettering in West Harrison, New York, blonde terrazzo floors, rift white oak and chic, light blue chairs clad in walnut veneer create a serene space, designed by EwingCole. There are small "picnic blanket" designs in the flooring pattern, and child-size play areas, as well as "ceiling elements like the large flower in the dining area." Patients select a lighting color, as well as audiovisual projections like nature scenes, to help ease anxiety during the procedures. Melissa Thompson, a health-care industry strategist from Westport, Connecticut, developed breast cancer shortly after giving birth to her daughter in 2015, and began a long treatment journey.
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Handling ADHD Children

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Yogesh Khosla ADHD stands for Attention- Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and almost 7-10% children are believed to be afflicted with this syndrome. Symptoms
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Does Substance Abuse Speed Up Motor Onset of Huntington Disease?

Does Substance Abuse Speed Up Motor Onset of Huntington Disease? | AIHCP Magazine, Articles & Discussions | Scoop.it
A study published in Neurology reported that substances of abuse appeared to have a strong effect on the age at motor onset in patients with Huntington disease (HD).
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The health service taking a holistic approach to patients - BBC News

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"It's about 3% of our population that use about 50% of the resources."
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