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Sirtuins Protect Neurons in Mice

Written by Madelyn Huttner     Haijun Shao et al. from the Department of Anesthesiology at the Rujin Hospital in the School of Medicine at Shanghai Jiao Tong University determined that the activation of a histone deacetylase diminishes neuropathic pain in mice. Neuropathic pain involves damaged nerves, which can be caused by many diseases, infections…. read more


Why am I so tired? (Updated)

By Madelyn Huttner     Are you constantly complaining that you don’t have enough energy? Do you find yourself wishing you just had a couple more hours of sleep? Are you constantly asking others how they have so much energy? Fatigue is one of America’s most common complaints. Factors such as stress, physical and mental…. read more


Alternative Approach Towards the Opiate Epidemic

    Press Release (ePRNews.com) – San Diego, CA – Jun 22, 2017 – ​​​The NAD Treatment Center, a progressive outpatient clinic in San Diego, California, today announced the integration of Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) to its treatment protocol for chemical detoxification and addiction recovery. In addition to addiction counseling, the clinic specializes in natural detoxification…. read more


NAD Treatment Center Supports Local Veterans

By Tara Smith San Diego, California, May 31, 2017 (Newswire.com) – NAD Treatment Center, the premier outpatient clinic in San Diego, California, today announced their non-invasive therapy may help relieve the symptoms associated with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The clinic specializes in a natural brain restoration therapy using intravenous NAD+ for various chronic conditions,…. read more


The One-Two Punch for PTSD

By Tara Smith Roughly eight million Americans will experience post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at some point in their lives. While PTSD is widely known in the veteran and active military population, PTSD can affect anyone who has experienced a traumatic event, or multiple traumatic events over a long period of time. This doesn’t mean…. read more


Is the opiate epidemic leading to accidental addiction?

By Madelyn Huttner There is an epidemic taking the world by storm. It doesn’t care who you are. And it targets your brain, your body, your bank account, and your loved ones. Opiate addiction is sweeping the nation. The most unfortunate part of the opiate epidemic is that most users affected began with prescription medications.…. read more


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