Tag: "chaos" at medical news
Chaos=Order: Physicists make baffling discovery
...n the [forces on the pendulums] act at random the chaos
that was present before disappears and there is order," said Sebastian F. Brandt, physics graduate student and lead author of the study which appeared in the January 2006 edition of Physical Review Letters. Insights into other realms The physicists...
Public confidence in government drops as 5th anniversary of 9/11 approaches
...ven by those in charge. This can potentially mean chaos
in emergencies. That is why we need significant changes in how our leaders address preparedness and communicate with the public." Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton commented, "In this post-9/11, post-Katrina world, when we face threats of terrorism, ...
Survey: Caregivers of people with mental illness say treatment disruption has serious consequences
...ows that many caregivers have experienced both the chaos
of their loved one's relapse andthe relief that comes with stabilization." Keeping Care Complete reveals the devastating consequences of relapse, defined as the worsening of symptoms after apparent recovery, and shedslight on a desire among caregive...
New hope for an 'untreatable' mental illness
...tients are, in addition, breaking free of lives of chaos
and misery and making deeper personality changes." Although the treatment involves many sessions over three years, Schema Therapy is nevertheless cost-effective. An economic analysis conducted by the authors of the study (not included in the Arch...
MTAS will cause irreparable harm to 10,000 junior doctors
...ard, as doctors disappear, and MTAS's capacity for chaos
moves up a gear. Among doctors, even the lucky employed will not escape." It adds: "Yet the Secretary of State for Health maintains all is well, bar the computer glitches. In reality, wherever in England more than one candidate per job attends for...