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Does Dolphin Therapy Work?

Recently, a "clinical " named Judith Simon Prager published an article in the Huffington Post entitled " Dolphin Assisted Therapy: Something Magical in the Waters ." It was a classic mix of psycho-babble and bad science.A former soap opera writer, Prager's therapeutic techniques include "regression to the womb and beyond." In her Huff Post piece, Prager describes her recent visit to the Curacao Dolphin Therapy and Research Center. Prager is convinced that dolphins have magical abilities to cure

10 Facts About PEMF Machines and What They Can Do For You

If you’re familiar with Oska Pulse, you may have read a thing or two about Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy (aka PEMF therapy). However, there’s still a lot you may have questions about—like how exactly PEMF machines work, their origin, and what types exist beyond Oska Pulse. So read on for some of these facts and more.1. PEMF machines work in conjunction with the body’s own recovery processes to relieve pain by restoring cells’ ability to function efficiently.Our skins, bones, and organs
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Friction between management and employees exacerbates insider threat

In recent years, we’ve seen some of the biggest companies in the world fall victim to data breaches.But with much of the discussion being focused, to date, on how leaks occur, very few people seem to have stopped to ask why.According to Verizon’s 2018 Data breach investigations report, 28% of data leaks involve employees or insiders of some kind. In some markets, that figure is much higher, such as in healthcare, where the threat from inside is even greater than that from outside the
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3 ‘less is more’ career tips for communicators - Ragan Communications

Communicators rarely take time away from deadlines to reflect on their work and careers.That’s a recipe for burnout, says Mark Hendrickson, director of strategic communications at Moffitt Cancer Center. Here’s his advice for a happier, healthier career:1. Dare to detox. “Being connected 24/7 causes burnout and no one is immune,” says Mark Hendrickson, director of strategic communications at Moffitt Cancer Center. “My advice is to unplug from the ‘electronic monsters’ we rely on as
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Who Are Real Shamans

Every person on this planet can develop a great relationship with their own Spirit. In fact, one can find the connection with their inner healer and heal oneself spiritually and emotionally. It is not an easy thing to do but the road to this discovery is
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We consider artifical intelligence as a catalyst for new jobs

Artificial intelligence ... creates jobs? I admit it is far more usual to hear apocalyptic predictions that AI will destroy jobs. Is that true?Robots, we are told, are going to take over the world, taking away most jobs as we know them. And yes, it is true that automation will make some jobs disappear. AI is also now intelligent enough that we will probably see a greater range of jobs change than we have ever seen before. This is likely to include some professional jobs that have always been
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Videos: Building computer vision models with Python and Deep Learning

This series of videos spotlights a very powerful API that lets you use Python while also having access to the power of SAS Deep Learning. Our team of data scientists have been busy enhancing the SAS Deep Learning with Python (DLPy) API with new computer vision models. Each video provides an introductory lesson to the type of model as well as a demo of the model in action. Even if you are a newbie to computer vision, you’ll be able to follow along.The capabilities spotlighted in this series
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Gene therapy startup Passage Bio nabs Janssen neuro lead as CMO

Mere weeks after getting off a major $110 million series B round, well-funded Passage Bio has grabbed a new C-suite member on top of its cash haul.The Philadelphia biotech has raided Janssen’s exec team, nabbing Gary Romano, M.D., Ph.D., as its chief medical officer. Romano comes off a six-year stint as the J&J biotech unit’s head of clinical development for neurodegenerative disease and the deputy leader of the neurodegenerative disease therapeutic area. Before this, he headed up Merck’s
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Movie Therapy

Movie therapy, also known as cinema therapy, involves the therapist-directed viewing of movies for therapeutic purposes. The combination of thematic elements—music, dialogue, lighting, and images—can often evoke deep feelings in viewers, both allowing for personal reflection and providing new perspective on external events.Movies might be used as part of individual therapy, group therapy, or family therapy, but movie therapy has been shown to be particularly beneficial as part of couples
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Institute of Manual and Manipulative Therapy

For those unfamiliar with the picture above, this is from the movie The Princess Bride in the late 80’s. After his boss Vizzini continues to exclaim “Inconceivable!” every time something doesn’t go as planned, Spanish swordmaster Inigo Montoya makes the confused statement “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what youRead Full
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Emotional Transformation Therapy (ETT)

Emotional Transformation Therapy (ETT), a therapeutic method incorporating the use of light, color wavelengths, and eye movements, aims to rapidly transform emotional distress and related physical pain into a positive emotional state.Professionals trained in ETT work to help those in therapy address trauma and other pain and achieve lasting, healing change.The Development of ETTEmotional Transformative Therapy, developed by contemporary psychologist Dr. Stephen Vazquez in 1991, is a relatively
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What is Psychodynamic Therapy? 5 Tools & Techniques

“How does that make you feel?”This question is probably quite familiar to you. It is the question most often used in pop culture to indicate or reference therapy. It is also the hallmark of psychodynamic therapy.Ironically, this phrase that immediately calls to mind the practice of therapy is the signature phrase of a type of therapy that is much less common these days. The most popular types of therapy today are actually cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy (IPT), and
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