Sandy Wallach

Sandy Wallach

Boring Cardio Training Program? You're Doing It Wrong! : Ballistic Body Fitness | Aug 30, 2013

McLean Hospital (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Institute) - Our answer to this question comes from two published studies done by Dr. Arthur Siegel, the director of internal medicine at McLean Hospital in Massachusetts and an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard University. Dr. Siegel drew three blood samples from middle-aged male ...

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VIDEO: A New (Old) Way to Treat Mental Illness

McLean Hospital (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Institute) - "The no-hope message is the old paradigm, " said Harvard's Dr. Dost Ongur, a psychiatrist and clinical director of the schizophrenia and bipolar disorder programs at McLean Hospital in Boston. "... There's a growing recognition of all the dynamic changes that take place in the brain...

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Treating those frown lines could lift a depressed person's mood | wltx.com

McLean Hospital (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Institute) - "I don't think it's a far-fetched idea," says Philip Levendusky, director of the psychology department at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Mass., and an associate professor at Harvard Medical School. Paul Ekman, whose research first established the idea that emotions and expressions are ...

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7 Reasons You Should Benchmark Your Manufacturing Performance

McLean Hospital (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Institute) - Mike Roberts joined LNS Research in March of 2012 and is now a Research Associate for Enterprise Quality Management Software, Manufacturing Operations Management, Asset Performance Management, Sustainability, and Industrial Automation 2.0. As a Research Associate for LNS Research...

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Miriam Carey: Capitol Hill Chaos Puts Postpartum Psychosis in Spotlight | NEWS.GNOM.ES

McLean Hospital (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Institute) - “Although the classic description of postpartum syndromes suggests the symptoms should start within four weeks of four weeks of giving birth, there is no limit to how long they can last, especially if not treated or inadequately treated,” said Dr. Dost Ongur, chief of the psychotic ...

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Camden, proposed rehab center suited for each other — Opinion — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine

McLean Hospital (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Institute) - The Fox Hill property in Camden is being eyed as a treatment center by a Massachusetts hospital. It is very apparent that the Camden community values the diversity of its residents and respects their privacy. Those characteristics, along with the town’s serene, natural beauty, are some of the ...

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Understanding Schizophrenia: Fake Signer at Mandela Memorial Claims Mental Illness | TIME.com

McLean Hospital (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Institute) - And in some patients, severe deficits in motivation, speech or thoughts can also occur – “everything seems to slow down, and go blank in some way,” says Dr. Ann Shinn, instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital. Some schizophrenics also exhibit thought ...

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Camden attorney agrees that scaled-down alcohol treatment center can open without zoning vote — Mid...

McLean Hospital (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Institute) - Dr. Philip Levendusky of McLean Hospital, left, attorney Paul Gibbons of Camden, center, and Tom Rodman of Fox Hill Real Estate said Feb. 25 that a high-end residential alcohol treatment center will go forward in Camden without town review and approval. CAMDEN, Maine — A controversial ...

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