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The psychosocial burden of cutaneous (cutaneous) disorders in children and adolescents is heavy. Children and adolescents with various skin conditions are more likely to experience depression, stigmatization, bullying, and suicide at rates nearly twice as high as those without these conditions. Acne vulgaris, alopecia areata, atopic dermatitis (eczema), psoriasis and vitiligo, among others, represent five … Read more

UT Tyler receives a $1.3 million grant to support student mental health programs across the district’s school districts | local news

The University of Texas at Tyler has received more than $1.3 million from the US Department of Education’s Mental Health Services Professionals Demonstration Program to help support the mental health needs of students in East Texas School District. The program was recently approved by US Senator John Cornyn’s Safer Communities Act (R-TX), which was signed … Read more

Tech platform ‘Food is Medicine’ shows willingness to grow with new $2.1M seed round

a The patient-led digital platform that enables low-income Americans with chronic health conditions to order the diet foods and support they need announced Thursday that it has closed a $2.1 million seed investment. finance Market free – one of Stratland News’ Kansas City Emerging to Watch in 2023 – allows the company to enhance its … Read more

Lobe Sciences, Ltd. Enters into a Clinical Research Collaborative Agreement with Integrative Headache Medicine of New York to study the effects of L-130 in the treatment of chronic cluster headache

Dr. Lauren R. Natbony to be the principal investigator VANCOUVER, BC – (Newsfile Corp. – January 26, 2023) – Lobe Sciences Ltd. (CSE: LOBE) (OTCQB: LOBEF) (“Lobe” or the “Company”), a North American biopharmaceutical company committed to the discovery and development of patient-centered psychedelic-derived medicines for neurological and brain diseases, announced today that it has … Read more

Choosing Prof. Carly Illinois Warzenek Dobrucki as Inaugural Neil and Carol Rusek Professor | Carle Illinois College of Medicine

Carl Illinois University College of Medicine (CI MED) announces that Vwarzenik Dobrucki is the first research fellow at Neil and Carol Rusek. Dobrucki is the CI MED Professor of Health Innovation and is also the first professor in the College of Medicine. Neil and Carol Ruzek Founded by Carol Ruzek and her son David Ruzek, … Read more

Ann Arbor officials delay expansion of Michigan Medicine Bridge

Ann Arbor, Mich. — The controversial proposal to widen the main access bridge to Michigan Medicine in Ann Arbor is still up for debate, but city officials may come close to reaching a compromise with the University of Michigan. The city council held on Monday, January 23, to approve a construction contract for nearly $10 … Read more

The Racine woman who allegedly allowed her disabled son to die will stay in a mental health institute a little longer

Racine — the woman facing criminal charges over allegations that she allowed her disabled adult son to die on the floor after a fall — will remain at the Mendota Institute of Mental Health for the time being. Cheryl Christensen, 63, has been charged with negligent endangerment for abuse/causing death after her son was found … Read more

Regenerative medicine clinic opens in Billings

by: Kinetix Quality Control | 0 posts 6 readings QC Kinetix opens a new clinic to offer an alternative to surgery January 23, 2023 // Franchising.com // BILLINGS, Mont. QC Kinetix opens in Billings and offers one of the most advanced regenerative medicine protocols in southern Montana. Brad Staples, Brian Searle, Michael Matthews, and Trevor … Read more

The author of Ridsburg has released the third book, telling the story of life through action

John Gettings The Reedsburg-based author who tells her life and family stories through her work released her third book in December and launched the book Saturday in Wisconsin Dells. Rose Bingham, who lives with her husband of 64 years, Michael, in Reedsburg, has lived in the Dells for 22 years, and grew up in Maston. … Read more

Mizzou’s basketball that doesn’t match No. 4 Alabama

COLUMBIA, Missouri — With their MVP scratched shortly before tip-off, the Missouri Tigers hung with fourth-ranked Alabama for about half an hour, but they couldn’t match the Crimson Tide’s firepower with leading scorer Kobe Brown on the bench. Less than 30 minutes before Saturday’s game began, Mezzo announced that Brown would miss the game while … Read more