Volume 5  Issue 2

Physical and Mental Health under Constant Interaction

Spyridoula Kostara, G.

The human intellect attempted to attribute specific content to the term “health” and to define its limits, to make way and to configure methods and ways, both preventive and curative, for its preservation. This means that health was not engaged as a solely academic term, but as a matter of exceptional importance for the whole society and state. [...] READ MORE

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The Importance of the Risk of Suffering Violence and Negative Affects as Predictors of Loneliness in the Elderly People: The Explanation by the Gamma Model

Lídia Serra1*, Verónica Parreira2 & Luís Silva3

Loneliness is very common among the elderly people, whether in institutions or in the community, and with great emphasis in today’s societies. [...] READ MORE

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Application of Heg Neurofeedback in a Child with Developmental Dysphasia - A Clinical Case

Mitko Shoshev

Developmental dysphasia is a serious problem that affects the child’s overall neuropsychological development and has serious consequences for his socialization. The problem is complicated by the fact that the mechanisms by which the dissociation occurs between the delay in the appearance and development [...] READ MORE

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Does COVID-19 Affect Women’s Mental Health? The Developing Countries Experience

Gihan Medhat ELNahas

With the spread of COVID-19, it rapidly became a crisis of global concern in a matter of few weeks. Its ramifications extended to impact every sphere of human life. The outbreak was initially projected to take an immense human toll on Sub-Saharan Africa, affecting more than 100 million people in the region [1,2]. [...] READ MORE

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The Difficulty with Pandemic Response

Christopher Phillips, D.

In the fall of 2020 an epic hoax was perpetrated on the people of the world. Medical bureaucrats bypassed the medical community, colluding with state organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), and the World Economic Forum (WEF) to declare a worldwide pandemic of a SARS COV-2 which was later classified COVID-19. [...] READ MORE

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Optic Neuritis and COVID-19 Vaccination: Is There Any Association?

Nemer Mohammad Nader Nemer Ali1 & Hamza Khaled Mohammad Al-Salhi2

Generally, Optic neuritis (ON) can be defined as an acute optic neuropathy, which could be categorized into demyelating, or idiopathic. This means, it can present as an isolated disorder, or as a part of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). [...] READ MORE

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