Health care

April 17, 2010

Psychiatric Diagnostic Labels: Functional or Static?

DSM-5 is an excellent example of the prevalent, indeed ubiquitous, developmental arrest in regards to retooling our superficial labeling process without evolving the underlying, evidenced-based molecular and cellular diagnostic processes that reference brain and body functional neurophysiology.
February 13, 2010

Psychiatric Diagnosis and DSM 5: Maps to Nowhere

If you are lost, forget being found with this bible. Don't be worried, you won't have to change anything you are doing... it's the same old 19th Century stuff, trimmed up to tweak the descriptive language, with no improvements there for patient care, and no new science. Boring.
August 2, 2009

Brain School 101: SPECT Brain Imaging Training

SPECT Image Interpretation Requires More Than A Good Read - Coming soon: Brain School 101 is a 1hr 45min training DVD - basic training for what to expect with SPECT imaging for those considering SPECT evaluation, and for professionals who want more answers
April 4, 2007

Mold Madness: Neurotoxins Overlooked 1

Mold Neurotoxins Matter Many Molds Are Dangerously Neurotoxic: Sick Buildings Deliver Crippling Brain and Body Blows.  “A 1984 World Health Organization report into the syndrome suggested […]

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