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New Hope for Alzheimer's Treatment

From Science Alert

New Alzheimer’s treatment fully restores memory function. Of the mice that received the treatment, 75 percent got their memory function back.


Australian researchers have come up with a non-invasive ultrasound technology that clears the brain of neurotoxic amyloid plaques – structures that are responsible for memory loss and a decline in cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients. 797 more words

Continuing Education

Minnesota Psychologist License Renewal & CE Info

From the Minnesota Board of Psychology

Minnesota psychologists have a biennial license renewal deadline and are required to complete 40 CE credits for every renewal period. 179 more words

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Why Are Mentally Ill in Prison Instead of Treatment?

By Stephen A. Ragusea, PsyD, ABPP, from Ethics & Risk Management: Expert Tips VII

Recently on one of my psychology listservs, one colleague posted the following: 1,084 more words

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How to Become More Resilient

By Tammy Plunkett

We’ve all had the experience of a dark moment in our lives. Times where the sun didn’t shine, the rain fell in sheets along with our tears, and we wondered how we could possibly bounce back from it all. 997 more words

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AIA is Over: Now What? How to Strengthen your Engagement with Architects after the Show

AIA is over and it will probably be a while before you have another opportunity to engage with that many architects in one place again. 257 more words

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Paris ~ October, 2014

One of those pictures where there´s not much to say… Paris is an awesome city. But look up! You might just be amazed by what you see there as well! 42 more words

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Anxiety: Practical Management Techniques

By Lisa M. Schab, MSW, LCSW

Nearly every client who walks through a health professional’s door is experiencing some form of anxiety. Even if they are not seeking treatment for a specific anxiety disorder, they are likely experiencing anxiety as a side effect of other clinical issues. 829 more words

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