Blogs & Blog Posts on Treatment in Minnesota



Blog Posts on Treatment

The Empty Seat at the Holiday Table by Addiction Inbox on Nov 22, 2011 in drug war, alcohol, parents, drugs, addiction, holiday, treatmentMothers and the War on Drugs. Guest post by Gretchen Burns Bergman Gretchen Burns Bergman is Co-Founder and Executive Director of A New PATH (Parents for Addiction Treatment and Healing) and lead organizer of Moms United to End the War on Drugs. T...



Addiction Specialist Kicks Off A3 Academy in L.A. by Addiction Inbox on Sep 5, 2011 in , addiction medicine, celebrity rehab, Adi Jaffe, treatmentFilling the void between “doing nothing and formal treatment.” Good news for recovering addicts and addiction experts in Los Angeles: Dr. Adi Jaffe, a well-known addiction psychologist from UCLA and a longtime friend of Addiction Inbox, is kicki...



UK Can’t Pay by Lake Minnetonka Liberty on Aug 1, 2010 in Posts, administration, Auto, basis, care, Draft, ill cancer patients, long time, PCT, primary care trust, TIME, treatment, uk health service, whole shebangFor a long time now, the UK health service has been touted as being the best, and the basis for our own new socialized medicine bill, as well as future plans to nationalize the whole shebang. Donald Berwick, our new “health care czar”, is...



Arts training improves cognition via attention: More support for IQ brain clock fine tunning hypothesis by IQ Brain Clock on Sep 17, 2009 in brain fitness, neurotechnology, rhythm, SMT, metronome, attention, cognitive efficiency, treatment, Interactive Metronome, executive function, music, mental timing, brain ryhtymI just read an interesting post at Cerebrum regarding the impact of training in the arts and improved cognition, hypothesized to occur due to improvement in attention.I find the research very consistent with the proposed link between the mental timin...



Brain Tune-Ups blog: Added to blog roll by IQ Brain Clock on Sep 13, 2009 in Interactive Metronome, treatmentLearned of another blog today related to mental-timing and the brain clock.  Brain Tune-Ups, a blog written by Teresa Garland, MOT.  As stated at her blog, she is "a licensed occupational therapist specializing in sensory integration, self-regulati...



Brain rhythm treatment efficacy: Can we fine-tune our brain clocks? by IQ Brain Clock on Aug 14, 2009 in IQ brain clock, apraxia, brain fitness, general intelligence, neurotechnology, brain injury, aphasia, Interactive Metronome, domain general, mental timing, treatmentBrain rhythm. Got it? Need it? Is it important? Can you modify your brain rhythm to improve cognitive or motor performance?I'm please to announce the availability of Institute for Applied Psychomotrics (IAP) Research Report No. 9: The efficacy o...



Woman disfigured after injecting lube into her face by The Blotter on Jun 18, 2009 in Scary, Sign of the Times, disaster, home, injections, lube, Minnesota, plastic surgery, silicone, treatment, Twin CitiesIf you're looking for cheaper alternatives to botox and silicone injections from the doctor to pretty up your face, think again. This lady learned the hard way.



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