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2014-07-09 23:14:19

Now cleared by both the FDA and Health Canada, ExcelHealth's iReliev TENS Device Seeks to Provide a Drug Free Pain Relief Alternative. The Company's CEO, Mike Williams Knows First Hand the Effects Pain can Have on an Entire Family. Billings, MT (PRWEB) July 09, 2014 Emerging medical device company, ExcelHealth Inc. has received a license for commercial sale of its first product, the iReliev Pain Management System (ET-1313) from Health Canada. The device, which utilizes...

2014-07-09 23:13:49

George Walker of Miami, FL has been selected as an NBCC MFP Fellow. (PRWEB) July 09, 2014 The NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), recently selected George Walker of Miami, FL, for the National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program (NBCC MFP). As an NBCC MFP Fellow, Mr. Walker will receive funding and training to support his education and facilitate his service to underserved minority populations. The NBCC MFP is made...

2014-07-09 23:10:13

Back Pain Relief is a new product developed by Ian Hart which aims to help back pain sufferers to relieve their chronic aches quickly and permanently. A full review of Back Pain Relief on the site Vinamy.com indicates whether it is worth buying or not. Seattle, Wa (PRWEB) July 09, 2014 Back Pain is one of the most insidiously common ailments plaguing the world’s population right now, and one of the more common overlooked facts about having back pain is that it can happen to anyone. Just...

Solving 100-year Mystery Of How Birds Sense Light
2014-07-09 03:18:09

Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (ITbM), Nagoya University Professor Takashi Yoshimura and colleagues of the Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM) of Nagoya University have finally found the missing piece in how birds sense light by identifying a deep brain photoreceptor in Japanese quails, in which the receptor directly responds to light and controls seasonal breeding activity. Although it has been known for over 100 years that vertebrates apart from mammals...

Explaining Brain Circuitry By Dodging Dots
2014-07-09 03:49:18

Brown University A neuroscience study provides new insight into the primal brain circuits involved in collision avoidance, and perhaps a more general model of how neurons can participate in networks to process information and act on it. In the study, Brown University neuroscientists tracked the cell-by-cell progress of neural signals from the eyes through the brains of tadpoles as they saw and reacted to stimuli including an apparently approaching black circle. In so doing, the...

Newborn Night-Waking Has A Detrimental Health Impact On Parents
2014-07-09 09:11:48

April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online One of the hardest parts of new parenthood is never getting enough sleep. Once an hour, every night, the baby cries out for food, comfort, or to be cleaned. Most new parents report feeling more exhausted in the morning than they did the night before. Professor Avi Sadeh led a team of researchers from Tel Aviv University's (TAU) School of Psychological Sciences to conduct the first study to examine why interrupted sleep can be as...

2014-07-08 23:13:08

According to Neuropsychologist Dr. Kenneth Freundlich with Morris Psychological Group, being constantly bombarded with far more information than we can process works to the detriment of our memory, our concentration and ultimately our ability to produce timely results and make good decisions. Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) July 08, 2014 Information overload isn't new. Starting with the invention of the printing press in the fifteenth century, scholars and scientists have predicted that each...

2014-07-08 15:03:40

University of Luxembourg Finding the roots of illiteracy Working memory in children is linked strongly to reading and academic achievement, a new study from the University of Luxembourg and partner Universities from Brazil has shown. Moreover, this finding holds true regardless of socio-economic status. This suggests that children with learning difficulties might benefit from teaching methods that prevent working memory overload. The study was published recently in the scientific...

stressed out in america
2014-07-08 12:09:45

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online While every American faces some form of stress, a new survey has found that medical-related issues are the primary driver of stress in the United States. Conducted by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health in March and April of this year, the new survey asked Americans about their sources of stress, how stress affected them and how they dealt with it. The poll found 49 percent of respondents...

2014-07-07 23:06:57

New book takes readers through author’s theory on how brain works. Warren, NJ (PRWEB) July 07, 2014 Intrigued by his own mind, author Masakazu Shoji decided to study the operations of the mind, assuming that the brain is a biological machine. “Self-Consciousness: The Hidden Internal State of Digital Circuits” (published by iUniverse) is Shoji’s breakdown of the human mind, treating it as if it was a human-machine brain. “The study of self-consciousness helps humans understand...


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Spectrophobia
2013-12-24 12:23:34

Spectrophobia is a kind of specific phobia involving a morbid fear of mirrors. Catoptrophobia is the fear of mirrors. This phobia is distinct from Eisoptrophobia, which is the fear of your own reflection. In general, an individual suffering from this phobia has been traumatized in an event where they believe they have seen or heard apparitions or ghosts. The individual could also become traumatized by television shows, nightmares, or horror films. This fear could be the result of a trauma...

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  • The ragged surface of a lava-flow.
'Malpais' translates from Spanish as 'bad land.'