Posts

January 24, 2015

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4:20 PM | When Dr. Phil Airs, Should We Forgive?
The damage wrought by Dr. Phil
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4:20 PM | A Treatment Pilgrimage to the Mayo Clinic
It's Mayo or Bust
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4:20 PM | How to Become Our First Best-Selling Memoirst
Misophonia: The Memoir
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4:20 PM | Making Your Job Work
Working on misophonia
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4:20 PM | Going to School with Misophonia
An education on schooling for your child
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4:20 PM | How We Could Profit from a Non-Profit
Establishing a non-profit of our own
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4:20 PM | On the Misophonic’s Bookshelf: Sound-Rage
A sound-rage page turner
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4:20 PM | Why I Say Yes to Drugs
Is it medication time?
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4:20 PM | How to Live with a Misophonic
Straining family ties
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4:20 PM | Stick It in Your Ear
Is sound therapy sound?
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4:20 PM | No Laughing Matter
No room for shame
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4:20 PM | A Madman's Revolutionary Misophonia Treatment Solution
The greatest undiscovered misophonia treatment innovation
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4:20 PM | Why Misophonia Needs a New Ad Agency
The mental illness buzzkill
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4:20 PM | How Misophonia Can Make the Rare Disease Tabloids
Our disorder in a new tabloid?
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4:20 PM | Will Girls Ever Rock Misophonia Research?
How our disorder is falling prey to sexism
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4:20 PM | How My Shrink Cured My Misophonia for Free
The most unlikely cure for my rare disorder
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4:20 PM | The Cause of My Misophonia Revealed in Kid's Picture Books
How one bizarre woman discovered the cause of her misophonia
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4:20 PM | Our Future with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy and us
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4:20 PM | Can the FPIES Moms Save the Miso Children?
Look who's helping children with misophonia
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6:00 AM | What Is It Like to Be a Bat?
What is it like to be a bat? Or any kind of animal? Join Mary Bates, Ph.D., on a journey into the incredible sensory experiences of animals.
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6:00 AM | Dr. Dog: Medicine's Best Friend
Does your dog know you're sick before your doctor?
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6:00 AM | Heat-Seeking Vampires
The common vampire bat has a few sensory tricks up its sleeve, including receptors on its face that detect the heat emitted by warm-blooded animals.
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6:00 AM | Virtual Ants Reveal Frog's App-titude for Hunting
A video of a frog playing a smartphone game demonstrates the efficiency of the amphibian visual system.
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6:00 AM | Whiskers Seal the Deal
It's easy to overlook a seal's whiskers when faced with those puppy—dog eyes and smiling snout. But it's those vibration—sensitive whiskers that are the secret weapon in the seal's tracking arsenal, helping them to find and chase prey that they can't see or hear.
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6:00 AM | Bats Eavesdrop on Frisky Flies
Getting caught in the act can have lethal consequences for frisky flies in bat territory.
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6:00 AM | Who Are You Calling a Birdbrain?
African Grey Parrots are the only non-primates to pass an abstract inferential reasoning task.
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6:00 AM | What Is It Like to Be an Octopus?
Eight arms, a soft body, excellent vision - and a huge brain - make octopuses unique in the animal kingdom. Meet a scientist who is trying to decipher the behavior of these fundamentally alien creatures by testing them on their own terms.
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6:00 AM | Saga of the Sea Turtle, Part I: From Beach to Open Ocean
Loggerhead sea turtles are master navigators, covering thousands of miles of open ocean during their lifetimes. But it all begins with a scramble to the sea immediately after hatching. Newborn turtles must find the ocean and set a bearing to the open sea. This perilous journey, upon which their life depends, requires several sophisticated sensory systems.
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6:00 AM | For Moles, Two Nostrils Are Better Than One
Moles may not be able to see well, but they make up for it with a nose that can smell in stereo.
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6:00 AM | Saga of the Sea Turtle Part II: The Epic Migration
Loggerhead sea turtles are born equipped with an internal compass and map to find their way across thousands of miles of ocean. What's behind these expert navigators' sophisticated sense of direction?
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