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  1. Use of prefabricated blood vessels may revolutionise root canal therapy

    Gdpuk.com - Medecine 06.19 / 22:07 gdpuk.com
    While root canals are effective in saving a tooth that has become infected or decayed, this age-old procedure may cause teeth to become brittle and susceptible to fracture over time. Now researchers at OHSU in Portland, Oregon, have developed a process by which they can engineer new blood vessels in teeth, creating better long-term outcomes for patients and…
  2. Non-medication Therapy For Military Insomniacs Effective

    Tpr.org - Texas (TX) 06.19 / 21:42 tpr.org
    Insomnia is the number one complaint of service members returning from a deployment. Now, a new published study shows a form of talk therapy may be a highly effective alternative to sleep medications. Active duty soldiers often suffer from a lack of sleep. But the military doesn’t want people on duty to suffer side effects of sleep m…
  3. Ride Therapy Project holds Veterans Honor Ride

    Blackhillsfox.com - Rapid City 06.19 / 18:22 www.blackhillsfox.com
    You could hear the engines revving through the Hills Sunday during the first ever Veterans Honor Ride, hosted by the Ride Therapy Project. Black Hills FOX reporter Eliana Sheriff tells us how the non-profit is using bikes to build bonds between…
  4. Research findings could guide more personalized therapies for lung cancer patients

    News-medical.net -Health 06.19 / 18:20 www.news-medical.net
    Scientists have discovered a new type of immune cell that could predict which lung cancer patients will benefit most from immunotherapy treatment, according to a Cancer Research UK-funded study published today (Monday) in Nature…
  5. Gay Kiss-In, Dance Party, Held Outside Conversion Therapy Conference

    Newnownext.com - Lifestyle 06.19 / 17:31 newnownext.com
    "Our goals are to reclaim the faith narrative and to communicate that LGBTQ+ individuals are not…
  6. New York considers ban on ‘barbaric’ gay conversion therapy

    Gaystarnews.com - Lifestyle 06.19 / 17:23 gaystarnews.com
    Violations of the proposed bill will receive a $1,000…
  7. Child needs therapy after day care 'fight club,' lawsuit says

    New Jersey - Time News 06.19 / 16:13 nj.com
    Two for employees of a day care center urged toddlers to fight each other and one worker took video of the…
  8. Cryopreserved formulation of retinal stem cell therapy approved by FDA

    Epmmagazine.com - Technology 06.19 / 15:02 epmmagazine.com
    ReNeuron Group has announced that the FDA has approved the cryopreserved formulation of its human retinal progenitor cell (hRPC) therapeutic candidate, which enables it to be frozen for shipping and storage and thawed at the point of clinical…
  9. Wright State associate professor trains clinicians in PTSD therapy

    Sidneydailynews.com - Ohio (OH) 06.19 / 14:50 sidneydailynews.com
    DAYTON — Military veterans in Canada suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder will get the benefit of training from Jeremy Schumm, an associate professor at Wright State’s School of Professional Psychology and an expert on cognitive behavioral therapy. Schumm, who joined the faculty in October, was asked to take part in a two-day training session at…
  10. Maui Grown Therapies aims to start medical marijuana sales in mid-July

    420intel.com - Medecine 06.19 / 14:11 420intel.com
    Small, white-colored outgrowths from a Maui Grown Therapies cannabis flower, known as Trichomes, can be seen inside the company’s Kula production center. The crystallike hairs contain all the active compounds of cannabis plants. -- Maui Grown Therapies photo July 17 is the target date for Maui Grown Therapies to begin selling medical marijuana by appointment only to registered patients, pending certification of a testing lab in Hawaii and other state Department of Health approvals, a s…
  11. Could therapy animal visitation pose health risks at patient facilities?

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 06.19 / 09:27 medicalxpress.com
    A survey of United States hospitals, eldercare facilities and therapy animal organizations revealed their health and safety policies for therapy animal visits varied widely, with many not following recommended guidelines for animal visitation. The research from investigators at Tufts Institute for Human-Animal Interaction at Tufts University appears online on June 19, 2017, in advance of print in the American Journal of Infection…
  12. Could therapy animal visitation pose health risks at patient facilities?

    Eurekalert.org - Business 06.19 / 08:33 eurekalert.org
    (Tufts University) A survey of United States hospitals, eldercare facilities and therapy animal organizations revealed their health and safety policies for therapy animal visits varied widely, with many not following recommended guidelines for animal visitation. The research from investigators at Tufts Institute for Human-Animal Interaction at Tufts University appears online on June 19, 2017, in advance of print in the American Journal of Infection…
  13. Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia Somewhat Effective for Military

    Sleepreviewmag.com - Technology 06.19 / 07:36 sleepreviewmag.com
    A study out of the University of North Texas found that video tutorials helped soldiers with insomnia sleep better, but not to the extent that in-person cognitive behavioral therapy …
  14. New therapy could help reduce depression in chronic pain patients

    Siasat.com - Health 06.19 / 07:17 siasat.com
    Washington: A team of researchers has suggested that acceptance and commitment therapy for eight-weeks can significantly reduced the symptoms of depression and anxiety in chronic pain patients. According to researchers, the therapy, a form of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) that focuses on psychological flexibility and behaviour change, provided a significant reduction in self-reported depression and…
  15. Telecurietherapy machine for X-ray therapy to appear in Bishkek

    Akipress.com - World 06.19 / 04:25 akipress.com
    Telecurietherapy machine for X-ray therapy to appear in Bishkek 10:18, 19 June 2017, 26 AKIPRESS.COM - The memorandum on supply of the telecurietherapy machine Bhabhatron-II for X-ray therapy for cancer treatment has been signed in the National Oncology Center of Bishkek...You are trying to access paid-for content on our website. We charge 190 som for the access to this news article.Using your personal account in AKIpress system please register or sign in to access this news…
  16. Boulder 'therapy' rooster sparks a neighborhood beef, then dies in exile

    Coloradodaily.com - Boulder 06.19 / 00:30 coloradodaily.com
    Early this spring, not a month after he was banished from Boulder, Cocky, the undersized and notoriously vocal "therapy" rooster of Lehigh Street, jumped onto the rim of a horse trough, fell in the water and…
  17. Conversion therapy ban on the docket for NYC City Council

    Amny.com-NY 06.18 / 22:22 www.amny.com
    The City Council will consider a ban on the controversial practice…
  18. City Council bill would ban any profit from conversion therapy

    Nydailynews.com - New York 06.18 / 20:27 www.nydailynews.com
    Conversion therapy that aims to turn gay people straight would be banned in New York under a new bill in the City…
  19. Garrard Conley’s Gay Conversion Therapy Drama ‘Boy Erased’ to Hit the Big Screen Starring…

    Towleroad.com - Movies 06.18 / 18:03 towleroad.com
    Garrard Conley’s gay conversion therapy memoir Boy Erased, which we featured in a TowleREAD audio feature last year, is set to hit the big screen, Deadline reports: Multiple distributors are bidding for Boy Erased, a provocative drama Joel Edge… Read The post Garrard Conley’s Gay Conversion Therapy Drama ‘Boy Erased’ to Hit the Big Screen Starring… appeared first on…
  20. Texas Sanctions FDA-Unapproved Stem Cell Therapies

    Soylentnews.org - Technology 06.18 / 06:29 soylentnews.org
    takyon writes:Texas has approved a "right-to-try" law that will allow patients access to experimental treatments as a last resort, but without FDA oversight:Texas Governor Greg Abbott yesterday signed a bill allowing clinics and companies in the state to offer people unproven stem cell interventions without the testing and approval required under federal law. Like the "right to try" laws that have sprung up in more than 30 states, the measure is meant to give desperately ill patients…