Blog Posts in September, 2018

  • The Hierarchy of Headaches

    || 27-Sep-2018

    HEADACHES, LIKE BACK pain, are a universal human phenomenon that just about every adult has experienced at some point in time and can relate to. From the dull twinges to the nausea-inducing pounders, headaches can run the gamut. The Headache Society has cataloged and classified more than 150 primary and secondary headache disorder types. So how do you figure out what brings a headache on so that ...
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  • Almost exactly one year ago, Lady Gaga took to Twitter to share that she had been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, which caused chronic pain and eventually led to her postponing several of her fall 2017 European tour dates. In her cover interview for the October 2018 issue of Vogue, the pop star opened up further about her health and about the misconceptions that inevitably follow diagnoses of ...
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  • SELF Interviews Dr. Williams About Lady Gaga's PTSD Symptoms

    || 12-Sep-2018

    In her cover interview for the October 2018 issue of Vogue, Lady Gaga revealed new details about her mental health and what it's like to live with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and chronic pain, which she says were both triggered by a sexual assault she experienced at age 19. As SELF wrote previously, fibromyalgia is a mysterious illness that causes symptoms like extreme fatigue and ...
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  • Brain Training: Classroom Edition

    || 6-Sep-2018

    WHEN MOST PEOPLE consider the concept of brain training to improve learning, they tend to think of those online game programs or puzzles that are purported to give the brain a "workout" by practicing memory and problem solving skills to sharpen the mind. Others consider more advanced techniques aimed at optimizing brainwave activity through neurofeedback or stimulation therapies. ...
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  • A new study indicates that kids who play contact football before age 12 may suffer problems like Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) years earlier than other kids do. "There is a recommendation that children under the age of 14 shouldn't play tackle football," said Ann McKee, a senior author of the study. Eleven-year-old Rowen Ball is a soccer player. But the sport wasn't his ...
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