Posts by JohnY

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Good Dog, Bad Food: Foods for People That Are Bad for Your Dog

Good Dog, Bad Food: Foods for People That Are Bad for Your Dog If you consider the family dog, well, family—and are apt to toss him a piece of your food now and then—proceed with caution. Some foods meant for human consumption can be dangerous, and even deadly, to your dog. How are people and…

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New DoD mobile app helps diffuse nightmares for better sleep

      New DoD mobile app helps diffuse nightmares for better sleep Being ambushed in a firefight but can’t escape to safety. Being chased and can’t find safe shelter. Flying through the air after an explosion flips your vehicle. From reliving our worst experiences to playing on our deepest fears, bad dreams – nightmares…

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PTSD Awareness leads to positive treatment

      By J.D. Levite, Air Force Surgeon General Public Affairs / Published June 25, 2016 FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Post-traumatic Stress Disorder can be debilitating in some patients, but thanks to advancements in research and the continued training of mental health providers, treatments are getting better all the time. Maj. Joel Foster, Chief…

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Fighting Depression: Ketamine Metabolite May Offer Benefits Without the Risks

        BY:   Dr. Francis Collins Fighting Depression: Ketamine Metabolite May Offer Benefits Without the Risks   For people struggling with severe depression, antidepressants have the potential to provide much-needed relief, but they often take weeks to work. That’s why there is growing excitement about reports that the anesthetic drug ketamine, when delivered intravenously…

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Xylitol and Your Dog: Danger, Paws Off

        Danger, Paws Off Your six-month-old puppy, Hoover, will eat anything that isn’t tied down. Like many dog owners, you know chocolate can be dangerous to your pooch. But you may not know that if Hoover sticks his nose in your handbag and eats a pack of sugarless chewing gum, the consequences…

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Real-Time Map Screen Shot – August 2014

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