Daily Archives: 29/06/2014

mind-boggling-psychiatric-treatments

Nobody ever claimed a visit to the doctor was a pleasant way to pass the time. But if you’re timid about diving onto a psychiatrist’s couch or paranoid about popping pills, remember: It could be worse. Like getting-a-hole-drilled-into-your-skull worse. Or having-a-doctor-infect-you-with-malaria-to-cure-you worse. Think of it this way. After finding out what’s not going to happen […]

occult practices

The word occult for many years has carried with it a stigma of ominous dealings and dark forces, but in reality the word occult simply means “hidden,” or “secret.” It has also come to mean “knowledge of the paranormal,” and “a knowledge of hidden things.” Because many dark magic practices were often carried out in […]

epilepsy-and-seizures-neuropsychiatric-implications

May 01, 2014 | Special Reports, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Neuropsychiatry By Marco Mula, MD, PhD Linked Articles Computerized Neurocognitive Tests in Clinical Practice Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy: Should We Be Worried? Introduction: Understanding the Links Between Neuroscience and Behavior Management of Psychosis in Parkinson Disease Epilepsy and Seizures: Neuropsychiatric Implications For a long time, the correlation between epilepsy, seizures, and emotions has […]