Libby, earlier we talked about John and his reactions and feelings to what’s going on We haven’t had a chance to talk about you as his carer How are you going? Look, your advice Sam … Continue reading Respite and carer wellbeing
You have chosen to be homeless. Not really. But I’ve been staying with friends. The friends you meet at the Facebook. Total strangers are friends, right? Um, I don’t really feel comfortable with him being … Continue reading Today’s Takeaway: Mental Health At Risk? Act Now!
Translator: Fierah Livingstone Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs Such a pleasure to be here in Guernsey, listening to all these amazingly disruptive speakers about envisioning Guernsey as the best place to live in the world. And I … Continue reading Building healthcare from scratch | James Maskell | TEDxStPeterPort
In medicine the term evidence-based causes more arguments than you might expect and that’s quite apart from the recent political controversy over why certain words were avoided in CDC budget documents. The arguments don’t divide … Continue reading The Ups and Downs of Evidence Based Medicine
My kids are as bipolar as their mother. If y’all say that your mother’s crazy, y’all are crazy too. They wantin’ to put crazy on Mom. My Mom’s gettin’ help. I know I take my … Continue reading Twins Allege Mom Uses Her Mental Health Issues To Excuse Unacceptable Behaviors
let’s take a look at this mind-body connection you all know of Pavlov’s experiments where he conditioned the dog whereby the mere ringing of a bell caused the dog to salivate the ringing of the … Continue reading The Mind-Body Connection in illness and Wellness | Swami Mukundananda MD Anderson Cancer Center Talk
The truth about cats, dogs and rabbits The truth about cats, dogs and rabbits. Each year we survey thousands of pet owners across the UK for the PDSA Animal wellbeing report, to find out the … Continue reading PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report 2012: The Truth About Cats, Dogs and Rabbits