Dr. Shahal Rozenblatt, Clinical Neuropsychologist, New York Clinicians should not routinely recommend electronic nicotine delivery devices (ENDS), such as e­cigarettes, to their patients who smoke. The wisdom of this evidenced­based recommendation stems from 4 key issues:

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Study Finds Increase in Temporary Paralysis Accompanied Zika Outbreaks By CATHERINE SAINT LOUIS AUG. 31, 2016 In seven countries that recently experienced Zika outbreaks, there were also sharp increases in

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By: Shahal Rozenblatt, Ph.D., Clinical Neuropsychologist Advanced Psychological Assessment, P.C. (866) 840-9790 People are highly complex organisms whose problems are of equal complexity. In order to effectively treat the

There’s growing evidence that the heart and brain are connected, since both rely on keeping the blood system healthy. Now, in a study published in the journal Circulation, researchers find

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