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Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer

This group welcomes everyone. If you have cervical cancer, survived cervical cancer, supported someone going through it or even if you are just interested to find out about Cervical cancer then this chat room is for you.
Created on: Tuesday, January 11 2011
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MALE BEHAVIOR & RELATIONSHIP & PSYCHOTHERAPY - PSYAUGUSTA PhD ONLINE

MALE BEHAVIOR & RELATIONSHIP & PSYCHOTHERAPY - PSYAUGUSTA PhD ONLINE

BASIC AND GENERAL DEFINITIONS OF MALE BEHAVIOUR IN PSYCHOLOGY&PSYCHOANALYSIS From Wikipedia,the free encyclopedia "Masculine psychology is a term sometimes used to describe and categorize issues concerning the gender related psychology of male human identity, as well as the issues that men confront during their lives.[who?] One stream emphasises gender differences and has a scientific and empirical approach, while the other, more therapeutic in orientation, is more closely aligned to the psychoanalytic tradition. It also relates to concepts such as masculinity and machismo." "-Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung argued that a father is very important to a boy's development of identity. In his book Absent Fathers, Lost Sons [2] Canadian Jungian analyst Guy Corneau writes that the presence of the father's body during the son's developmental phases is integral in the son developing a positive sense of self as masculine. Corneau also argues that if the son does not develop positively towards the father's male body, then the son runs the risk of developing negatively towards all bodies. Jacques Lacan argued that in the son's mind, the father's body represents the law, and that the role of the father's body is to break the attachment the son feels to the mother and by extension his own." "-Freudian analysts claim that all sons feel they are in competition with their father and often feel in a battle against the father. (Sigmund Freud referred to this as Oedipus Complex.) Freudian psychologists claim that the risk the son runs is that in some cases it is more difficult to win the battle against the father than to lose the battle against the father. This is because a common result of winning the battle against the father is that the son suffers tremendous guilt." If you wish you can see the references: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masculine_psychology
Created on: Monday, January 10 2011
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CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME-PSYAUGUSTA PhD ONLINE

CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME-PSYAUGUSTA PhD ONLINE

"What is the love of truth? It's something that makes fun of the manque a ĂȘtre [lack in being] of truth. We could call this lack in being something else-a lack of forgetting, which reminds us of its existence in the formations of the unconscious. It is nothing that is of the order of being, of a full being in any way. What is the indestructible desire Freud speaks of at the end of his Traumdeutung? What is this desire that nothing can change, or deflect, when everything is changing? The lack of forgetting is the same thing as the lack in being, since being is nothing other than forgetting. The love of truth is the love of this frailty whose veil we have lifted, it's the love of this that truth hides, and which is called castration." Jacques Lacan, 1970
Created on: Monday, January 10 2011
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January is Cervical Cancer Screening Month

January is Cervical Cancer Screening Month

Cervical cancer is the second leading cancer in women worldwide. This year in the United States, more than 11,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and more than 4,000 women will die of this disease. Unlike other cancers, cervical cancer is almost always preventable because we know what causes it - HPV infection - and we have the tools available to prevent this cancer. With proper screening and vaccination, no woman should lose her fertility to or die of this disease. HPV is a very common sexually transmitted infection that 3 of 4 adults will have at some time in their lives. Most of these infections go away on their own without treatment. Infections that do not go away on their own can lead to cervical cancer. A Pap test is the traditional method used for cervical cancer screening. An HPV test identifies women who are infected with high-risk types of HPV that could potentially lead to cervical cancer. Clinical studies suggest that screening with both a Pap test and an HPV test offers women aged 30 and older the best protection against cervical cancer. HPV vaccines, recommended for 11- to 12-year-old girls and approved for young women up to age 26, have been shown to be highly effective at preventing infection with the two most common types of HPV that cause approximately 70% of all cervical cancers. HPV vaccination does not protect against all the HPV types that can cause cervical cancer; thus, women who have been vaccinated still need to be screened.
Created on: Thursday, December 30 2010
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Shed Pounds With Dr V

Shed Pounds With Dr V

All health conditions could be avoided if you take action early. The most important aspects of good health and longevity are certainly a proper diet, exercise, mental outlook, behavior, vitamins minerals and phytonutrition. At the "Heart, Diabetes & Weight Loss Centers of New York" our unique approach to disease prevention continues to evolve. Integrated medicine takes science of medicine and combines orthodox treatments with the developing field of nutrition and functional therapies.
Created on: Wednesday, December 29 2010
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HIV/AIDS

HIV/AIDS

A support group dedication to the sharing of information for those who are brushed aside by society. Emotional support is just a click away. Feel free to express your thoughts, questions, answers and needs.
Created on: Tuesday, December 28 2010
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Arizona Research Center

Arizona Research Center

Founded in 1997 by Joseph S. Gimbel, MD to conduct reliable and meaningful clinical research for Valley residents in need. At AZ Research Center our proven model, and combined years of experience, affords us the ability to provide our patients and sponsors with valuable expertise in numerous medical conditions. AZRC represents an ongoing and growing network of over 150 Valley Physicians, including 50 surgeons , and 10 Hospitals that enthusiastically support our research efforts. Our staff includes 2 full time and 2 part time Principal Investigators, 10 full time ACRP certified research coordinators, Regulatory, Quality Assurance, and Business Development departments, and 2 complementing private physician practices. clinical
Created on: Tuesday, December 21 2010
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Anaesthesiology discussions

Anaesthesiology discussions

Discuss updates,cases,and exchange ideas about the practice of anesthesia
Created on: Wednesday, December 15 2010
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Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma, or Malignant Mesothelioma, is a rare form of cancer that develops from the protective lining that covers many of the body's internal organs, the mesothelium. It is usually caused by exposure to asbestos. Its most common site is the outer lining of the lungs and internal chest wall, but it may also occur in the lining of the abdominal cavity, the heart, and the sac that surrounds the heart. Most people who develop Mesothelioma have worked on jobs where they inhaled asbestos particles, or they have been exposed to asbestos dust and fiber in other ways. Smoking does not necessarily cause Mesothelioma but it greatly increases the risk of other asbestos-induced cancers. The symptoms include shortness of breath, chest wall pain, and weight loss. The diagnosis may be suspected with chest X-ray and CT scan, and is confirmed with a tissue sample and microscopic examination. A tube with a camera inserted into the chest can be used to take biopsies. Despite treatment with chemotherapy, radiation therapy or sometimes surgery, the disease carries a poor prognosis.
Created on: Tuesday, December 14 2010
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Got a ringing in your ear? Tinnitus is on the rise.

Got a ringing in your ear? Tinnitus is on the rise.

Tinnitus, Latin for jingle, is the ringing or buzzing sound many people hear, sometimes non stop. I've had it since I was a child and suffered hearing loss in my left ear from a bout with the measles. (This was in 1956 before the vaccine was available.) Too much coffee will make it worse. And there is not much I can do about it except deal with it. Anyone who has similar phantom sounds in their head, feel free to join in.
Created on: Tuesday, December 14 2010
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MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY STUDY GROUP

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY STUDY GROUP

Group created with the aim of spreading the knowledge of Medical Terminology among Health Professionals, Students, Scientists, Teachers, as well as for people interested in the subject of Medical Terminology
Created on: Monday, November 29 2010
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Diabetes Management

Diabetes Management

The purpose of this group will be to discuss proper techniques for managing Diabetes.
Created on: Monday, November 29 2010
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Behavioral Neuroscience of Substance Abuse Study Group

Behavioral Neuroscience of Substance Abuse Study Group

The objective of this group is to study the effect of Substances of Abuse in Human Behavior from the viewpoint of Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience
Created on: Friday, November 26 2010
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Diseases of Affluence

Diseases of Affluence

Diseases of affluence are predicted to become more prevalent as starvation and diseases of poverty decline and as longevity increases. Learn to recognize the most common Diseases of Affluence and understand the nutritional, exercise, medical and social factors that contribute to this ever growing patient population.
Created on: Friday, November 12 2010
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Dr. D's Nutrition Corner

Dr. D's Nutrition Corner

Learn about an evidence-based, solid nutritional paradigm which consists of fusing traditional foods with modern science and targeted dietary supplementation, if medically necessary.
Created on: Friday, November 12 2010
12 Members 1 Discussion 3 Wall Posts
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Music Therapy

Music Therapy

Music therapy is a field of scientific research which studies the process of clinical therapy and music. Trained music therapist uses music to help clients to improve or maintain their health.
Created on: Wednesday, November 03 2010
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Memory Loss

Memory Loss

Memory loss is something that afflicts millions of people world-wide for a variety of reasons. Memory loss can be caused by an array of different thing.
Created on: Thursday, October 28 2010
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Vitamins

Vitamins

Vitamins are essential for our normal growth and development. But there can be too much of a good thing. Let's explore the risks vs. benefits of Over the Counter supplements.
Created on: Wednesday, October 27 2010
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Hearing Loss

Hearing Loss

This group is dedicated to those with various stages of hearing loss, hard of hearing, and late deafened. We explore issues, medical topics, resources, and technology related to hearing loss.
Created on: Wednesday, October 27 2010
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MEDICHAT MD STAFF 1

MEDICHAT MD STAFF 1

MEDICHAT MD STAFF 1
Created on: Tuesday, October 19 2010
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