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Ewles And Simnett Health Promotion Model
Health and wellness: what are the best resources/data/studies around salutogenic model of health (by antonovsky)?
Salutogenic wellness: There is a ton of research on this topic. Suggest you try the following Google Scholar search for "salutogenic wellness promotion scale". http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=salutogenic+wellness+promotion+scale&hl=en&as_sdt=0&as_vis=1&oi=scholart&sa=X&ei=V6TKU-fqNIWHyASttIKAAg&ved=0CCoQgQMwAA ...Read more
WHO and health: Great question. Let's do 2nd opinion and discuss in detail. ...Read more
They like it: What fits them doesn't mean it is best for us. Too much delay for most americans. ...Read more
Are there any programs in u.S. To help young adult aspbergers patients master skills for healthy living? Health, socialization, self care, work, etc?
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Good for you: this isn't a question, so I cant answer. ...Read more
Do practices based in positive psychology (gratitude, mindfulness, compassion, etc.) really help to boost my mental well-being?
Mindbody: Yes, there are many studies that show mindbody medicinal practices improve outcomes. ...Read more
Health and wellness: what are some concrete examples of broad-based prevention and wellness improvements resulting from a celebrity's public battle with a previously stigmatized disease?
Awareness: While no specific disease has been cured or significantly abated from celebrity endorsement, the increased awareness and increased cash inflow for research has been of significant benefit. Three that come to mind are michael fox for parkinson's, elizabeth taylor for aids and jerry lewis for muscular dystrophy. ...Read more
Bias towards women: These organizations have tried for years to enhance the health of women and eliminate medical and political obstacles their care and well being. Yes they are biased - they are biased towards women and against the ignorance and errors of the past. ...Read more
Canadian Psych.: Basically philosophy is same as far as mission & goals. The canadian classification of mental illnesses follows the world health organization classification (icd), whereas the american follows the diagnostic & statistical manual of mental illnesses (dsm). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is gooseberry juice good for health?Mum 46 years.What r the benefits of this for her age?Living india.Uses swadeshi haridwar company.
Yes: I am and so are other physicians i know. I have had good experiences with chinese medicine, homeopathy, gluten free/casein free diet, supplements and of course therapies. I have had patients experience significant improvement. I actually have two patients (who were high functioning to begin with) have their diagnosis of autism removed. While that is unusual, it shows it can happen. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Too big a ?: Way too general.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not everyone: Of course, not! this is true of every profession. Not everyone is is happy and healthy in any job. People have problems, challenges, setbacks, etc. In every occupation. They also have opportunities for growth and sustained happiness. Learning to practice the behaviors of people with high levels of satisfaction in life can help. See: http://www.Authentichappiness.Sas.Upenn.Edu/default.Aspx. ...Read more
TELEMEDICINE IS USED: To treat real patients...Get a more detailed answer ›
What makes records and statistics on accidents valuable in contributing towards improving health and safety?
Epidemiology: Is how we learn about many aspects of medicine. A single doctor cannot see tghe whole picture. For instance we see the incidence of heart disease rising in direct proportion to the effort to advertise and promite cheese and meat in our diet in the 50's. We see a rise in lyphoma and leukewmia in directr proportion toxray dosage given to patients. We know in our minds that these associations cot. ...Read more
Are there any cheap and practical ways (minus vaccines, probiotics, healthy living) that modern science can enhance my biological functionality?
Why does Dr. Phil receive so much criticism from both the public and other mental health professionals?
Oversimlplifies life: Because he has a tendency to be pedantic and grossly oversimplify what are complex, multilayered issues of life, and he tends to be condescending to those he purports to "help" as he often winds up in infantalizing them. He is viewed in the field of psychology with both enmity and suspicion for once being forced to give up his license. Many n the field feel he gives psychology a bad name. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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