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Month: June 2013

Millennials More Stressed Than the Rest of Us, Survey Finds

In a country still getting over the shock of terror blasts in Boston, people might be surprised to learn that our national stress level has actually been going down in recent years. Stress levels are lower for most of us with a single exception – young people ages 18 to 33 years. This age demographic …

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Alumni Coordinator Joins The Ranch Treatment Center in Tennessee

Jessica Hirsch joins The Ranch as its Alumni Coordinator. Nunnelly, TN (PRWEB) July 2, 2013 – The Ranch treatment center in Tennessee welcomes Jessica Hirsch as its Alumni Coordinator. In this role, Hirsch will coordinate all alumni events, including monthly meetings, weekend retreats and annual celebrations, and oversee alumni relations.

Meditation As a Part of PTSD Treatment

More than two million U.S. servicemen and women have been actively engaged in this country’s war against terrorism in either Afghanistan or Iraq. Until our complete withdrawal, that number grows, and until the last soldier gets home, they will continue to face highly stressful combat conditions. Already thousands have returned home only to continue battling …

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Deep Brain Stimulation Helps Anorexic Patients Gain Weight

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by an obsessive avoidance of weight gain, an accompanying purposeful restriction of daily calorie intake, and potentially severe degrees of weight loss. Some people affected by this disorder respond well to standard treatment and recover over time. However, some people develop forms of anorexia that are resistant to …

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Prescription Painkillers Can Make Chronic Pain Worse

Years ago, Dr. Michael Baron made a surprising discovery: Prescription painkillers often make chronic pain worse, not better. When he published his original research in 2006, this finding defied all logic. “When I told my patients they’d have less pain if they stopped using pain meds, they told me I was crazy,” Dr. Baron recalls. …

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Triple Board Certified Psychiatrist Joins The Ranch Treatment Center as Director of Behavioral Health

Michael Baron, MD, MPH, FASAM, a triple board certified psychiatrist and specialist in chronic pain and addiction, recently joined The Ranch as its Director of Behavioral Health. Nunnelly, TN (PRWEB) June 25, 2013 – The Ranch treatment center proudly welcomes Michael Baron, MD, MPH, FASAM, as its attending psychiatrist and Director of Behavioral Health. Dr. …

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