By Béla Büki
By Danea, on her blog: "Chronic Resilience"
Last spring I wrote a series exploring the connection between positive thinking and healing. It is true that positive thinking isn’t a reliable cure for illness; however, there are huge emotional benefits that come from training yourself to find the bright side in any situation. If you are ready to step into the light…come with me…
by Diriye Osman
Things took a painful turn for James Day when he was diagnosed with Meniere's disease soon after he moved to NYC to study musical theatre at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Cognitive problems and other patient-reported symptoms after head injury do not distinguish concussion from neck injury, researchers from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo have found.
People who suffer from a rare illness, the Mal de Debarquement Syndrome (MdDS), now have a chance for full recovery thanks to treatment developed by researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Their findings were published online in the July issue of Frontiers in Neurology.
How Input From Muscles and Joints Affects Our Balance
New Faculty of Kinesiology physiotherapy treatment decreases time for medical clearance to return to sport.
Research by UB's John Leddy has found that it is difficult to distinguish between concussion injury and neck injury based on symptoms alone.
By Gael Hannan On July 21, 2014
The Hearing Husband and I sat on individual floor mats, waiting for the instructor to arrive for our first-ever yoga class. It was an introductory session offered by our fitness center and we thought why not?
I was about to learn why not.
By David H. Kirkwood
LONDON–A report issued July 9 by the British Commission on Hearing Loss further confirms the enormous economic toll that untreated hearing loss takes on those with the condition–as well as the rest of society. It also explores why in the United Kingdom, where hearing aids are free, only 20% of the 10 million people with hearing loss have them and, of those, only, 70% wear them regularly.