The Fawn Trauma Response

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By Valeria MancusoWhat is the Fawn Trauma Response? The fawn trauma response is the process of putting your emotions aside to benefit or please someone else’s needs. It can be used as a defensive structure because you may be acting out of fear, sadness, anger, guilt etc. If you feel as if you are in … Continued

What is a Nocturnal Panic Attack?

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Written By: Nazli Mohideen A panic attack is generally described as a sudden feeling of intense anxiety. The overwhelming sensation of fear coupled with a multitude of physical symptoms brings some people to think that they are having a heart attack or are even dying when experiencing a panic attack. Some of these crippling symptoms … Continued

The Fawn Trauma Response

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By Valeria Mancuso What is the Fawn Trauma Response? The fawn trauma response is the process of putting your emotions aside to benefit or please someone else’s needs. It can be used as a defensive structure because you may be acting out of fear, sadness, anger, guilt etc. If you feel as if you are … Continued

Occam’s Razor

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By, Surabhi Ashok Occam’s Razor, as given by William of Ockham, is the law of economy or the law of parsimony in philosophy. Parsimony, as the dictionary definition, is the extreme unwillingness to spend money or resources. The principle “Entities should not be multiplied unnecessarily” is further elaborated on in William’s statement in Summa Logicae: … Continued

What is Powassan virus disease?

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Powassan (POW) virus disease is a rare, but often serious disease that is caused by a virus spread by infected ticks. 100 cases of POW virus disease were reported in the United States over the past 10 years. POW virus is one of a group of arthropod-borne viruses (arboviruses) that can cause inflammation of the … Continued

What is Disenfranchised Grief?

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By, Surabhi Ashok Imagine you lose your house in a fire. All your possessions, your clothes in your closet, your bulletin board covered in pictures, your memories, are gone. However, you push away your sadness and tell yourself that you should be glad that at least your whole family is safe, that other people lose … Continued

Don’t Shock Me: Fighting Against Menstrual Toxic Shock Syndrome

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By Bianca Battaglia Menstrual Toxic Shock Syndrome (mTSS) is a disease in which Staphylococcus aureus bacteria produce toxins that contaminate the bloodstream. These toxins, in turn, quickly travel throughout the body and overstimulate the immune system to the point where it can no longer protect the body. The Staph. aureus can enter the body through … Continued

Smoking Initiation Shifting from Teens to Young Adults

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More young adults than teens are trying smoking for the first time or becoming regular smokers, according to a new study. The past few decades have seen a steep drop in the number of adolescents in the United States who smoke cigarettes. But according to a new study, the average age at which people first try … Continued

A Smile Lasts Forever

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By Pam Teel Dr. Allyson Falk and her entire staff are committed to providing the best possible dental care for your family. As a general care family dental practice, the office provides a full range of services from preventive care for teeth and gums, to restorative work, orthodontics, and cosmetic services.Dr. Ally joined her father in … Continued

Snap Fitness: A Great Workout Close to Home

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By Pam TeelSnap Fitness owner, Ray Dietrich, was always one for taking chances. So last November, during the pandemic, he bought a gym. When he told his wife about it, she thought he was crazy with what has been going on in the world and how gyms have taken a huge financial hit due to … Continued