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ADHD Drugs Made Children Suicidal: Report

October 22nd 2009

At least 30 Australian children have attempted suicide or are have experienced severe depression while on various medications to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Virus May Cause Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

October 15th 2009

A recently discovered virus may be a leading cause of the baffling condition known as chronic fatigue syndrome.

Fibromyalgia Transmits Neurological Signs

September 30th 2009

People suffering the chronic pain condition fibromyalgia are more likely to have poor balance and weakness in the arms and legs than people without the condition.

Insomnia Can Trigger Cardiac Problems

September 23rd 2009

People who experience insomnia have heightened levels of nighttime blood pressure, which can result in cardiac problems.

Merck Halts Development of Migraine Drug

September 21st 2009

Drug maker Merck & Co. halted tests of it experimental migraine medicine MK-3207 after patients experienced liver-test abnormalities.

Study To Use Interactive Games to Treat ADHD

September 16th 2009

A study seeks to determine if skills-based interactive games can help four- and five-year olds battle attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Study to Look at Mediation as Sleep Aid for Cancer Patients

September 11th 2009

University of Utah scientists will examine the effectiveness of meditation as a sleep aid for cancer patients, according to several reports.

Brain Chemical Link to ADHD, Study

September 9th 2009

People who suffer from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder have low levels of a key chemical that controls the brain’s system for motivation and reward.

High-Fat Diets Impair Memory

August 14th 2009

High-fat diets temporarily reduce short-term memory functions, according to a new study.

Acupuncture Enhances Brain’s Ability to Regulate Pain

August 13th 2009

Traditional Chinese acupuncture increases brain receptors' ability to lessen pain, according to a new study.

Plastic Surgery May Alleviate Migraines

August 12th 2009

A surgical procedure resembling a forehead lift may provide relief for people who frequently suffer from migraines.

Study: Optimistic Women Live Healthier Lives

August 11th 2009

Women who are optimistic have a lower probability of developing heart disease than negatively minded women.

Study: Mind-Body Treatment May Aid Recovery from Fibromyalgia

August 10th 2009

Medical care focused on mind-body therapies could help patients recover from fibromyalgia, a chronic pain syndrome.

“Jumping Genes” Could Help Explain Human Individuality

August 7th 2009

Human brain cells hold an eye-opening amount of mobile elements, or “jumping genes”—genomic variability that could help explain human individuality.

Study: Fibromyalgia to Drive Drug Sales

August 6th 2009

The improving diagnosis of fibromyalgia will drive major worldwide markets for years to come.

More Developmental Risk Among Children of Undocumented Parents

August 5th 2009

Mexican children with undocumented parents have a greater developmental risk than Latino or white children with documented or U.S. citizen parents, according to a recent study.

Study: Psychopaths’ Brains Wired Differently

August 4th 2009

The brain wiring of psychopaths varies significantly from ordinary people and may provide a biological breakdown of the disorder.

FDA Delays ADHD Drug

August 3rd 2009

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration delayed the approval of Intuniv, an attention-deficit hyperactivity drug designed for children ages 6 to 17 years.

Scientist Develop Accurate “Brain-Reading” Method

July 31st 2009

Scientists have developed an accurate method of examining the brain and unveiling a person’s mental state through functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).

MIT: Adult Brain Changes with Surprising Speed

July 30th 2009

The human brain can adapt itself to changing demands with unexpected speed, according to findings from MIT neuroscientists.

Neurofeedback is Evidence-Based Treatment for ADHD

July 23rd 2009

Neurofeedback can be regarded as an evidence-based treatment for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, according to a study.

Nintendo Wii Treats Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease

July 22nd 2009

The Nintendo Wii may help treat symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, including depression, according to a recent study.

Link Between Migraines and Reduced Breast Cancer Risk

July 21st 2009

A new study finds that women with a history of migraines have a 26 percent reduced risk of developing breast cancer.

Genes May Be Linked To ADHD

July 15th 2009

Researchers have discovered hundreds of gene variations that may be linked to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Migraines Linked to Brain Lesions, Strokes in Women

July 9th 2009

Middle-aged women who experience migraines with aura, visual or sensory disturbances, are four times more likely to suffer a stroke than women without migraines.

ADHD Drug Study Receives Further Funding

July 8th 2009

Targacept Inc. announced that its drug development partner AstraZeneca agreed to pay $10 million to further develop an experimental drug to treat attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Study: ADHD Drugs Raise Heart Attack Risk in Kids

July 6th 2009

Attention deficit drugs like Ritalin and Adderall can increase the risk of sudden death in children and adolescents.

Toyota Developing Neurofeedback Technology

July 3rd 2009

Toyota Motor Corp. has developed a wheelchair that can be steered by brainwaves alone.

Compound Eases Fibromyalgia Symptoms

July 1st 2009

New data suggests that sodium oxybate reduces pain associated with fibromyalgia.

Jazz Pharma Shares Soar on Fibromyalgia Results

June 30th 2009

Shares of Jazz Pharmaceuticals Inc. jump after positive trials on its fibromyalgia drug.

Nintendo Unveils Biofeedback Sensor

June 29th 2009

Nintendo unveiled the Wii Vitality Sensor, a pulse-measuring device that can monitor stress levels.

Biofeedback Eases Recovery From Radical Prostate Surgery

June 18th 2009

New data suggests that biofeedback therapy and electrical pelvic floor stimulation quickens recovery periods for patients who have undergone radical prostatectomy.

Possible Genetic Link to Pelvic Floor Disorders

June 18th 2009

Researchers have discovered a possible genetic link to the development of pelvic floor disorders such as urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.

The Mind Table: The New Wave of Stress Relief

June 16th 2009

Two inventors have received “patent pending” on a stress relief device, according to Globe Newswire.

Researchers Use “Singing Bowl” Therapy on Tibetan Monks

June 16th 2009

Researchers are using integrated therapy, including tai chi and singing bowls, on Tibetan monks suffering from traumatic stress as a result of being tortured.

Research Sheds Light on Applied Psychophysiology

May 20th 2009

Research from Utah State University sheds new light about applied psychophysiology, according to a recent report...

Mind Games Hit Toy Store Shelves

May 20th 2009

Seemingly harnessing the powers of Jedi masters, the game industry recently released two toy games that allow players to move objects solely through the powers of concentration...

Victims of Warfare Turn to Self-Regulation

May 19th 2009

Residents of timeworn Gaza are looking to the future to help them cope with the stress of warfare, according to a recent report by the Associated Press. More and more Gazans are turning to alternative forms of medicine that rely on self-regulation, like biofeedback and meditation, to help relieve stress...

NRBS Releases Lineup for 2009 Spring Conference

May 19th 2009

The Northeast Regional Biofeedback Society will host its 2009 Spring Conference on April 25 at the Elizabeth Arden Building on Fifth Avenue and 58th Street in New York City. Titled “Being in the Zone: Biofeedback and Neurofeedback for Artistic, Athletic and Academic Performance,” the conference will feature several workshops and keynote speakers....