November 23, 2014

brain health


  • Panic Attacks
    Ask the Experts

    Panic Attacks

    by Berkeley Wellness

    A panic attack is a sudden surge of fear and anxiety that usually comes out of nowhere. But the underlying cause can vary from person to person. What can you do about these frightening events?

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    Do "Calming" Drinks Work?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    After more than a decade of guzzling supercharged beverages, more Americans are now turning to "calming" drinks that promise to help them "unwind from the grind." Do these supposedly relaxing beverages work?

  • Derailing Dementia
    Be Well

    Derailing Dementia

    by John Swartzberg, M.D.

    Dementia affects three out of 20 people over the age of 70 years old and takes a huge toll on the individual and his or her loved ones. Can we do better in our battle against this disease?