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By Cheryl Rodriguez-Author
Exposed is an inspirational cultural study on the ways we are exposed body, soul and spirit. It uncovers the harmful exposures of trauma, war, betrayal, deception and the media. Yet it does not leave you defeated, but hopefully inspired.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Pediatric TBI can cause significant deficits in working memory, as demonstrated in a study published in Journal of Neurotrauma.

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
In addition to the Get with the Guideline-Stroke award, South Nassau is a recipient of the association’s Target: Stroke Honor Roll, for improving stroke care.

By homeopathy World Community
Health Inn internet TV & radio show host Debby Bruck interviews Renita Herrmann, Homeopath and Executive Director, Homeopathy Institute of the Pacific where she cares for veterans of war with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after brain...

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
South Nassau Communities Hospital has been awarded The Joint Commission Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers.

By Zen Institute, LLC
Zen Institute announced today that is seeing amazing results in Tucson.

By TFT Foundation
Simple, self-help trauma relief procedures on web site, with volunteer trauma relief expert support offered to victims and families of recent elementary school shooting.

By IAEDP Foundation, Fredericksburg Chapter
Get ready to be the change you wish to see and join us at the iaedp Fredericksburg Chapter Winter Gala and Open House for a delicious holiday brunch and silent auction to raise awareness for the treatment of eating disorders.

By The Rejuvenation Station, LLC
Learn how you and your powerful body can heal the wounds of emotional trauma and grief! EFT Founding Master, Jan Luther, announces the release of the revised edition of Grief Is…Mourning Sickness.

By the 555 Collective
The 555 Collective (Art vs. Trauma) has announced a Halloween deadline for submissions to Tattoo-Haiku, a contest in benefit of homeless veterans of Colorado. Kansas journalist Dawne Leiker has agreed to serve as the judge.

By Reawaken Your Brilliance
Reawaken Your Brilliance internet TV and radio show will feature The Emotion Code author Dr. Bradley Nelson on Wednesday, October 3, 2012.

By Informa Exhibitions
Experts at upcoming Hospital Build symposium to assess the use of radiology in emergency care

By UIC College of Dentistry
The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry’s Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMFS) will hold its second annual OMFS Review on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 25 and 26, 2012.

By Shepherd PR
STAFFORDSHIRE residents have backed a major shake-up of trauma care in the county – as long as there are no knock-on effects at local accident and emergency (A&E) units.

By Ronni Harris, Public Relations Manager
Fayetteville, NC’s Grey Group joined forces with Greer, SC's North American Rescue (NAR) to provide a two-day First Responder’s Course instructed by NAR’s cadre of former Army Ranger and Special Operations Medics.

By CALSTAR
CALSTAR will unveil its new GPS instrument approach and Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS) on October 11 at Mee Memorial Hospital. The project will allow CALSTAR to serve more critically ill and injured patients in Monterey County.

By CALSTAR
CALSTAR's Vacaville base, known as CALSTAR 8, marks its 5th anniversary this month. Since the base opened in 2006, flight crews have transported approximately 1,400 critically ill and injured patients throughout Solano and surrounding counties.

By CALSTAR
CALSTAR 6 in South Lake Tahoe began operations 10 years ago this month. Since then, the base has completed more than 3,000 transports of critically ill and injured patients throughout the Sierra Nevada region.

By Kali Chan
Adelphi University presents Dr. Bruce D. Perry M.D., Ph.D., at the Fifth Annual Master Seminar to discuss his Neurosequential Model© of Assessment and Treatment for traumatized children on November 3, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

By Compact Medical Guides LLC
Compact Medical Guides LLC launches site to educate the public regarding important and timely medical topics. Their goal is to provide inexpensive, easily accessible, easy to read health information via books, ebooks and applications.

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By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The often debilitating long-term sexual, psychological, fertility, and hormonal effects of these traumatic wounds and the need for new coordinated approaches to care are the focus of a Review article and Guest Editorial in Journal of Men’s Health.

By Cheryl Rodriguez-Author
Exposed is an inspirational cultural study on the ways we are exposed body, soul and spirit. It uncovers the harmful exposures of trauma, war, betrayal, deception and the media. Yet it does not leave you defeated, but hopefully inspired.

By innovative Medical Products
Yearly conference shares best practices and latest techniques in orthopedic surgery

By College of Mental Health Counselling
This is the first use of this term and first description of this therapy in mental health literature, with applications to depression, PTSD, sexual assault, and other acute trauma.

By Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions
Prevention, causes and mortality rates from head injuries in UAE to be discussed at upcoming Middle East Trauma Conference

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Pediatric TBI can cause significant deficits in working memory, as demonstrated in a study published in Journal of Neurotrauma.

By HomeopathyWorldCommunity
Sept 9, 2013 Joette Calabrese talks about contemporary emotional and controversial political issues of our day. Learning lessons from history, taking sides, taking risks or wanting more security are all questions that run through our minds.

By ForeWord Clarion Review
Foreword Clarion Review recently gave a four star rating to Grace, Miracles, and Chocolate.

By SalusWorld
SalusWorld (www.salusworld.org),a non-governmental organization that helps expand access to critical mental health services on a global level, has added two new members to its board of directors. The new members are Sama Blackwell and Leigh Picchetti.

By Onaolapo Gbogboade Adeyemi
People are still looking for natural health medicine to cure ptsd, trauma and a few other mental problems, could this be the..

By Lighthouse for the Blind-Saint Louis
The specialty bandage is designed to stop external bleeding and can be used primarily by military personnel and non-military personnel such as first responders, hunters and hikers

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
In addition to the Get with the Guideline-Stroke award, South Nassau is a recipient of the association’s Target: Stroke Honor Roll, for improving stroke care.

By Bridgeross Communications
Therapist, former teacher and now author, Pearl Goodman, in her poignant memoir, Peril: from Jackboots to Jack Benny, delves into the depths of how trauma works to destroy the resolve to live and how making sense can rebuild that resolve.

By CALSTAR
A large national coalition of EMS flight crews and fire and law enforcement aircraft operators will be keeping close tabs on a hearing set for April 23 pertaining to California Assembly Bill (AB) 867, sponsored by Mariko Yamada (D-4th District).

By TFT Foundation
TFT Foundation Provides Free Trauma Relief in Self-Help Procedures for Victims, Friends and Family of Boston Marathon and Waco, TX Disasters

By homeopathy World Community
Health Inn internet TV & radio show host Debby Bruck interviews Renita Herrmann, Homeopath and Executive Director, Homeopathy Institute of the Pacific where she cares for veterans of war with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after brain...

By CALSTAR
Sacramento based CALSTAR, the largest nonprofit air ambulance on the west coast, is the first air ambulance in the United States to introduce a new “clot stabilizing” treatment to its arsenal of medications.

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
South Nassau Communities Hospital has been awarded The Joint Commission Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers.

By CALSTAR
Nonprofit Regional Air Medical Service to Unveil New Brand and Initiatives

By Orenstein Solutions
With the recent addition of Dr. Kate Johnson, MD, Orenstein Solutions now offers psychological evaluations, child, individual, and family counseling as well as medication management to support Triangle families.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Penetrating soft tissue injuries that may be caused by bullet wounds or motor vehicle accidents, or exposure to explosive devices in military settings, can cause muscle loss resulting in functional disability and cosmetic deformity.

By Zen Institute, LLC
Zen Institute announced today that is seeing amazing results in Tucson.

By TFT Foundation
Simple, self-help trauma relief procedures on web site, with volunteer trauma relief expert support offered to victims and families of recent elementary school shooting.

By Child & Family Psychology
Dr. Renee Clauselle, Founder, Child & Family Psychology, is available to speak about the tragic events that unfolded this morning at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, CT, and how to best discuss this incident with children.

By Reawaken Your Brilliance
Reawaken Your Brilliance internet TV and radio show will interview EFT and healing trauma expert Sue Hannibal on Wednesday, December 5, 2012, at 8 PM EST. Hannibal will be discussing hoarding and how to heal trauma.

By IAEDP Foundation, Fredericksburg Chapter
Get ready to be the change you wish to see and join us at the iaedp Fredericksburg Chapter Winter Gala and Open House for a delicious holiday brunch and silent auction to raise awareness for the treatment of eating disorders.

By The Rejuvenation Station, LLC
Learn how you and your powerful body can heal the wounds of emotional trauma and grief! EFT Founding Master, Jan Luther, announces the release of the revised edition of Grief Is…Mourning Sickness.

By Michele Paiva, C.Ht
Psychological precautions and interventions to address the emotional needs of children and teens affected by the threat of, media portrayal of and result of epic hurricane Sandy for parents, teachers, and community leaders.

By the 555 Collective
The 555 Collective (Art vs. Trauma) has announced a Halloween deadline for submissions to Tattoo-Haiku, a contest in benefit of homeless veterans of Colorado. Kansas journalist Dawne Leiker has agreed to serve as the judge.

By Zen Institute
Zen Institute, a new outpatient mental health treatment center, is now open and accepting new clients. Zen Institute offers an Intensive Outpatient Program specializing in the treatment of PTSD, anxiety, depression, trauma, and addiction recovery.

By Reawaken Your Brilliance
Reawaken Your Brilliance internet TV and radio show will feature The Emotion Code author Dr. Bradley Nelson on Wednesday, October 3, 2012.

By InnerArts
An insider’s look on how to permanently eliminate stress and why the real message has only now begun to emerge.

By CelebrityPress
Antiqua Libbey, self-care expert, was recently seen on NBC and other network affiliates across the country as an expert guest on “Meet The Experts With Arielle Ford.”

By Informa Exhibitions
Experts at upcoming Hospital Build symposium to assess the use of radiology in emergency care

By Polaris Health Directions
Collecting mental health and strength data from youth and their families in the child welfare system can have a positive impact on how they react to and engage in planning their care, a new paper from Polaris reports.

By UIC College of Dentistry
The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry’s Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMFS) will hold its second annual OMFS Review on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 25 and 26, 2012.

By Strategic Book Group
Dancing with Life: Healing after the Death of a Child deals with the true-life trauma of author Gayle R. Lee.

By Shepherd PR
STAFFORDSHIRE residents have backed a major shake-up of trauma care in the county – as long as there are no knock-on effects at local accident and emergency (A&E) units.

By NOTALONE.com
NOT ALONE runners will race to raise awareness of NOT ALONE's active duty and veteran suicide awareness & prevention programs and also promote their dedicated programs of treatment for combat related post tramatic stress disorder (PTSD).

By Poole Advertising
Elizabeth Power, M. Ed. contributed "Organizational and Programmatic Benefits from Adversity" to the second edition of The Volunteer Management Handbook

By Timberline Knolls
PTSD often leads to other mental health disorders; trauma experienced in the field or as a result of sexual assault or rape, active duty military women are more likely to suffer from PTSD, eating disorders and addiction

By Valerie Lis, Courses for LIFE
Veteran’s Day Event to discuss new options for PTSD & Trauma. Panel. Speakers. Documentary film "Operation Emotional Freedom." November 11, 5-7 pm, Center for Harmonious Living, 12201 Minnetonka Blvd, Minnetonka MN. Free event. All are welcome.

By Ronni Harris, Public Relations Manager
Fayetteville, NC’s Grey Group joined forces with Greer, SC's North American Rescue (NAR) to provide a two-day First Responder’s Course instructed by NAR’s cadre of former Army Ranger and Special Operations Medics.

By CALSTAR
CALSTAR will unveil its new GPS instrument approach and Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS) on October 11 at Mee Memorial Hospital. The project will allow CALSTAR to serve more critically ill and injured patients in Monterey County.

By CALSTAR
CALSTAR's Vacaville base, known as CALSTAR 8, marks its 5th anniversary this month. Since the base opened in 2006, flight crews have transported approximately 1,400 critically ill and injured patients throughout Solano and surrounding counties.

By CALSTAR
CALSTAR 6 in South Lake Tahoe began operations 10 years ago this month. Since then, the base has completed more than 3,000 transports of critically ill and injured patients throughout the Sierra Nevada region.

By Kali Chan
Adelphi University presents Dr. Bruce D. Perry M.D., Ph.D., at the Fifth Annual Master Seminar to discuss his Neurosequential Model© of Assessment and Treatment for traumatized children on November 3, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

By Ozics AG
Ozics AG announced today that it has received the ISO 9001:2008 certificate for "design, development, manufacture and distribution of bone cements, non-active orthopaedic implants and accessories for the treatment of orthopaedic and spinal trauma."

By Michele Rosenthal - HealmyPTSD.com
Ever wondered if life after trauma could have the depth and meaning it had before? This Thursday, August 25th, 2011 - founders of The OPA! way, Dr. Pattakos & Dr. Dundon join with survivor and author Hank Estrada to reveal just how this is possible.

By Dennis L. Davey
Researchers Conclude that Continuous External Tissue Expansio CAN SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE SURGICAL BURDEN



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