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Advantages for Veterans Does having served in the military better prepare veterans to meet the challenges of recovering from a stroke? While she does not have scientific proof that this is the case, “Anecdotally, I would say yes,” notes Schmid....
“What’s wonderful about the classes is the opportunity to repeatedly practice the skills and to highlight the essential components through a multistep process,” said Goldberg. The six-step process works to teach and consolidate the skills immedia...
The Role of Pathogen Exposure Macrophages often secrete cytokines in response to exposure to pathogens. Certain cytokines are elevated in patients with schizophrenia, indicating a role for infectious agents in development or triggering of the diso...
Few Younger Patients Andriole also noted in a news release that fewer than 10% of men in the study were in their 40s and 50s, not enough to determine whether surgery would lower mortality in that group. “While the study demonstrates that some me...
“They are trained to do that,” Thomas said. In addition, he said, inconsistency was brought to the process, because, while forensic psychiatrists at MAMC may evaluate troops, this specialty was not necessarily available at other installations. “...
Ensminger has said he believes his 9-year-old daughter’s death from childhood leukemia is linked to exposure to the contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune. Partain, meanwhile, was diagnosed with breast cancer and has said it was linked to ...
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