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Documentary Captures Life with Chronic Illness

Filmmaker Jennifer Brea’s story will be familiar to many of our patients: in the middle of a vibrant and high-achieving life, Brea becomes suddenly ill with symptoms that leave her essentially house-bound. Doctors are largely unable to help, and in some cases suggest...

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Introducing Neurofeedback: A New Approach to Brain Health

While most medical specialties rely on measurable data to understand and treat symptoms, psychiatry has traditionally relied only on subjective reporting and observation to make diagnoses and treatment plans. Consequently, patient outcomes in this field can be...

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Neuropsychiatric Symptoms and Lyme Disease

Reported cases of Lyme Disease in the U.S. have risen 2000% over the last thirty years, and the CDC estimates that there could now be as many as 300,000 cases annually. Even as the incidence of Lyme increases, the disease is often overlooked in evaluating and treating...

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