Norman Cousins wondered – if negative emotions have a negative impact on body chemistry, what about positive emotions? Could those heal?
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The 3D blockbuster is a rollercoaster of a ride but if you suffer self-diagnosed 'cybersickness', Gravity can really get you down
by Susan Jaffe
It used to be difficult for Edith Couturier, an 85-year-old resident of the District of Columbia, to explain to her adult children on the West Coast all the details of her medical appointments. But now she doesn't go alone — she takes along a volunteer "medical note taker."
"There are four ears listening to what the doctor says," said Couturier.
The Switched at Birth star explains why she's actually thankful to have Ménière's disease
Kathy Joy, a physical therapist who has worked at Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital since 1988, specializes in treating patients who suffer from benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), one of the most common forms of vertigo.
Just as some people feel depressed in the winter, some feel anxious. But how do you know whether your anxiety is a part of life or a serious mental health condition?
Vestibular Rehabilitation retrains ear and brain to work together.
"If we keep waiting for the obstacles to disappear, we will never live happily ever after because life will always, always, always have challenges." Learn more about how to overcome the "somedays."
Those of us who get migraine headaches know the unique suffering an attack can bring: excruciating pain, sometimes along with light and noise sensitivity, and even nausea or vomiting. And when well-meaning friends and loved ones offer support or advice, it's often clear that they just don't get it.
Expert advice on how to sidestep pitfalls that often accompany depression.