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Keeping up

Well I haven’t been talking lately. I just haven’t had the energy because of my depression bout lately. Yesterday I went to my appointment at the neuropsychology center. 198 more words



Well I’m sorry I haven’t written in a while. Usually in the middle of the month I have some trouble with depression. Yesterday I went to my neuropsychology appointment. 153 more words


Multiple Sclerosis: And it's insidious impact on thinking

WESTBOROUGH, MA May 15, 2017 Multiple Sclerosis is a demyelinating disorder that affects the brain and spinal cord of those so afflicted. MS is a disease that causes the immune system to attack the protective covering around the nerve fibers (Reference.com). 415 more words
Cognitive Neuropsychology

Health is all in your mind!

Whoever said that “An apple a day, keeps the doctor away” was only partly right. The new statement for a great health is “A positive and happy mind, keeps the doctor away!” It’s true that a healthy lifestyle that includes regular exercise, a balanced diet and good sleep are important for our health, but what about our thoughts, feelings, emotions, and mind-set? 1,282 more words


Keeper: Living with Nancy - A Journey into Alzheimer's

Keeper: Living with Nancy – A Journey into Alzheimer’s by Andrea Gillies

Synopsis: Can our personalities be taken away from us? Are we more than just the sum of our memories? 215 more words


Return to school: Psychologists also working in the trenches after concussion

WESTBOROUGH, MA May 1, 2017 The return to school following a brain injury should be carefully planned.  School nurses tend to be the point person for parents’ whose children are coming back to school after concussion.   448 more words

Medicated Identity: The Philosophical Psychology of Drugs

(Hello! My schedule’s a little hectic at the moment, so I’m using a couple of Sundays to feature updated reposts from another site I used to run. 1,495 more words