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Why You Should Avoid Unproven Treatments for Autistic Children?

Posted on 23. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Mental Health

Why You Should Avoid Unproven Treatments for Autistic Children?

At this moment, no autism treatment can achieve all the above characteristics simultaneously and even the most promising one can still fall short from being perfect. In addition, prolonged intensive treatment with unexplored basis may leave autistic children with additional, unintended impairments. Unfortunately, many parents are eager to find quick, effective treatments for their autistic children, as the result they are relatively more vulnerable into trying unproven therapies.

How to Accept Your Anxiety Peacefully?

Posted on 22. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Mental Health

How to Accept Your Anxiety Peacefully?

It’s in the middle of the night and you car is stuck on a slippery, muddy road. You gun the accelerator aggressively, the wheels spin harder, but the ruts get deeper. It is analogous to anxiety, the harder we want to break free, the grip seems to get tighter.

Effective Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes on Elderly

Posted on 21. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Health

Effective Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes on Elderly

Doctors face more challenges when treating Type 1 Diabetes on elderly than in younger people. For example, it is more difficult to make sure they use a correct dose of insulin, have them do enough exercise and keep them on a proper diet.

A Few Things You Should Know About Acupuncture

Posted on 21. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Health

A Few Things You Should Know About Acupuncture

Before the first session, the acupuncturist may ask you to describe your overall health condition and symptoms, before proceeding with establishing a diagnosis. During an interview, you should clearly give information on emotional state, sleep patterns, toilet habits and taste preferences.

The Use of Neurologic Examinations and Medical Record Analysis in Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

Posted on 18. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Health

The Use of Neurologic Examinations and Medical Record Analysis in Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

Unfortunately, treatments for Multiple Sclerosis have advanced beyond the typical hot bath test. When doctors ask patients to do a hot bath, they want to bring out possible Multiple Sclerosis symptoms. The method was used because it was believed that heat may slow down the nerve conduction on people with Multiple Sclerosis.

Physical and Emotional Consequences of Burn Injury

Posted on 17. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Health

Physical and Emotional Consequences of Burn Injury

Burn pain can induce chronic problems, which means that you should manage your condition immediately after an injury. Untreated pain may easily spin out of control, or example, heightened anxiety and other long-term problems can happen more easily.

Nurturing Family Bonds and Friendship

Posted on 17. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Relationships

Nurturing Family Bonds and Friendship

Often your immediate family members are those who can draw out both the worst and the best in you. When we were young, siblings frequently drove us mad and child-parent relationship can get fraught. However, the strongest emotional bonds are usually forged with our dearest.

Medications for Children With Autism

Posted on 17. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Medicine

Medications for Children With Autism

There is no completely effective medication to treat autism. In some cases, children may need sort-term medication while others require life-long treatment due to specific symptoms or behaviors. In fact, many autistic children do not need medication at all, a lot of unusual behaviors and distressing symptoms can be improved without using prescribed drugs.

Achieving Best Results and Preventing Injury During Strength Training

Posted on 16. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Fitness

Achieving Best Results and Preventing Injury During Strength Training

Careless exercise techniques can leave us in worse shape than it was before. When starting a strength training program, your first thought should be about “safety first”.

A Complete Guide on Insulin Injection

Posted on 15. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Medicine

A Complete Guide on Insulin Injection

Many insulin product manufacturers put a lot of effort in making insulin administration as convenient and painless as possible. Nearly every day, a new type of product is introduced to the market.