Physical therapists have a lot to learn about post-viral fatigue in the wake of a ‘tsunami’ of long COVID patients
Delaney Dryfoos • August 10, 2022
Some practitioners are incorporating chronic fatigue rehabilitation research into their treatments
Huanjia Zhang • January 20, 2022
Using knitting to heal, one stitch at a time
Arielle Duhaime-Ross • November 10, 2012
Researchers explore animals' musical preferences
Alex Liu • February 24, 2010
New research shows psychedelics might hold therapeutic potential for those dealing with death
Zach Gottlieb • January 20, 2010
Science-based accrediting system emerges in clinical psychology
Brett Israel • November 22, 2009
Study shows treatment options aren’t limited to the therapist’s couch
Cassie Rodenberg • November 2, 2009
Lab studies suggest nanotech could reduce the side effects of ED and establish a new method of drug therapy.
Dave Levitan • October 22, 2009
Study finds limited benefit to women screened compared to those who weren’t.
Lindsey Konkel • September 16, 2009
Veterinary medicine isn't just about Fido and Fifi anymore.
Frederik Joelving • July 16, 2009
Personality changes might result from stem cell treatment of neurologic disorders, caution scientists and philosophers at Johns Hopkins University
Rachael Rettner • April 20, 2009
Scientists are researching ways to use a “gene knockout” technique known as RNA interference to help fight HIV.
Genevra Pittman • February 5, 2009
Elizabeth Shirtcliff doesn’t want anyone to forget about the children of Katrina. The University of New Orleans psychologist warns that kids who have been through a traumatic event, like Hurricane […]
Genevra Pittman • November 21, 2008
The right kind of Web support could help patients with eating disorders.
Eric R. Olson • April 3, 2008
As an avid reader of CNN.com I was a little shocked to see an op-ed penned by Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey regarding autism. First of all, in my limited […]
Eric R. Olson • February 28, 2008
How one woman brought two worlds together.