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Julian Dollente

Is Psilocybin a Promising New Therapy for Depression?

A lot has happened these past few years that may have contributed to people’s anxiety and depression more than ever. In fact, about 16 million American adults experience depression every year. Modern medicine has come a long way with the help of research and technology, but typical antidepressants […]

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Bladder Issues: What is Overactive Bladder?

Every condition provides an opportunity to understand how our bodies works and reminds us to listen more carefully to it. The article is on overactive bladder. But first, I would like to share with you a personal experience that taught me a critical lesson about the bladder. Imagine […]

7 Surprising Health Risks of Poor Posture (And What You Can Do About It)

Many of our modern workforce today have high risks of developing a wide range of long-term health issues. Workers are not only exposed to unhealthy work environments, but the majority also practice poor posture.  Our dependence on technology is probably one of the root causes of the increasing […]

Celiac Disease: Any Reason to Go Gluten-Free If You Don’t Have It?

Health awareness may be changing the American diet in recent years. Conditions such as celiac disease caused by gluten allergy have garnered increased attention. Regardless of a diagnosis of celiac disease, gluten-free diets have become immensely popular in the United States. In 2015, around 25% of American consumers […]

Smoking and Cancer: What are the Risks?

For many years, health professionals have been warning us about the health consequences of smoking. It has been long-established that smoking causes irreversible damage to the body — even death. Yet that doesn’t seem enough to convince most smokers to quit. Perhaps the years of absorbing nicotine in […]

EMDR: Its History and Effectiveness

EMDR was born of serendipity. As a survivor in the human condition, there is a frequent dance with stress or anxiety. Some individuals can overcome it more easily than others. As neuroscience instructs us, we can emerge from cyclical thought patterns. The search for ways we can improve […]

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