Daniel Amen: Pioneer Psychologist

The world of medicine has much to offer people today. People who are looking for solutions to their health problems will often find them in this field. One of the most important of all medical fields is that of psychiatry. Psychologists have developed various ways to help patients cope better with issues that they may face life due to problems with brain chemistry. A skilled psychiatrist can help people discover who they are, pinpoint some problems they may be unaware of and help the person develop a plan of action to combat them effectively. One such skilled psychologist is Daniel Amen. Amen’s research has help thousands of people overcome psychiatric problems and teach them ways to function better in their daily lives.

Daniel Amen has founded clinics that help those who are dealing with problems such as ADD work with their diagnosis and learn strategies that can help them improve their lives. His clinics welcome patients from around the world. Dr. Amen has also done various other kinds of investigative work such as working on the potential effects from concussions. His work has led to directly consultations with the National Football League where he has helped developed methods that can be used to make playing football safer for those who want to play the sport. He’s written about his work with the NFL for the Huffington Post.

Daniel Amen is a descendant of Lebanese immigrants who settled in California. He was born in Encino, California in 1954. The future doctor discovered his love of medicine early in life and started to get training in the field early. After majoring in biology at Southern California College, Amen earned a doctorate from Oral Roberts School of Medicine in 1982. He decided to specialize in the field of psychiatry. Amen entered the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in order to complete a residency in the field of general psychiatry. He decided to further specialize in the field by taking additional training. The doctor studied child and adolescent psychiatry in order to better understand the inner thoughts of children at Tripler Army Medical Center in Hawaii. At that point, he decided to turn to the field of nuclear medicine and completed training at the Institute of Nuclear Medicine Education. Today, Doctor Amen is holds a double board certification from both the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is certified in both the general psychiatric field and the field of child and adolescent psychiatry.

Tattoo Removal as Simple as Wiping on a Cream

Tattoos used to be a rare site, other than those you saw on the arms of war veterans. Today though, it seems everyone has at least one. Some are pieces of well-done art, others, not so much. If you were unfortunate enough to get inked during a mindless, drunken moment, or soberly received a tattoo from an artist who couldn’t spell, your options are painfully limited for eliminating it. Either endure another tattoo cover-up to fix an error, or suffer through expensive and painful laser removal.

Well, good news tattoo nightmare sufferers. A college student at Nova Scotia’s Dalhousie University is working on an inexpensive and painless solution. A cream composed of simple chemicals that free the cells in which the permanent dyes attach themselves to results in the unwanted tattoo fading away. The designer of this topical cream, Alex Falkenham, says when the user applies the ointment, the tattoo disappears, as the immune system flushes the dyes from their system.

In comparison to numerous laser removal sessions that can cost thousands of dollars, Falkenham estimates that his cream removal method would only cost about $4.50 to remove a 3.9 x 3.9 inch sized tattoo, which is pretty cheap if you ask Guimaraes. With further testing, he hopes to soon have the means to remove traditional ink tattoos that is as simple and painless as eliminating a child’s temporary tattoo.

Joanne Borgella Made Good Use Of Valuable Time

In Screen Rant’s section From The Web, I saw the write-up about the death of a model who was 32 years old. Joanne Borgella was a curvy model who died from endometrial cancer on October 18, 2014. She found out about her cancer prognosis just a year prior to her death. She underwent chemotherapy treatments and had hopes of becoming cancer free, however, that didn’t happen. In Joanne’s memory, her family asked that people spread the word about endometrial cancer.

Only women can get endometrial cancer because it originates in the lining of the uterus says Alexei Beltukov. Major symptoms are bleeding between periods or after menopause, pelvic pain, and painful intercourse states vimeo.com. This cancer normally afflicts older women who have already gone through menopause, but as with Joanne. It can also afflict women who are young adults. From being a curvy model who exuded self-love and confidence to being a singer/songwriter who made it to Hollywood Week during season 7 of the tv show American Idol. All before the age of 30. Joanne married Alex Ramirez in December of 2013 and createdJoanne Borgella New York, a fashion line of plus size clothing and accessories. Her dresses are chic and beautiful.