4 edition of Medicine & Mental Illness found in the catalog.
Medicine & Mental Illness
Marvin E. Lickey
by W.H. Freeman & Company
Written in English
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Convinced his mother has been abducted by aliens, Charlie Dickens spends his nights with an eye out for UFOs, hoping to join her.
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The author of this book, Carl Curt Pfeiffer, MD, PhD, was the Chair of the Pharmacology Department at the Emory University, which is known for its superb psychiatric research.
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Periodically, I consulted physicians, psychologists and psychiatrists. Background: Integrative medicine is becoming increasingly accepted in the global scheme of health care. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is often included among integrative medicine modalities.
Objective: This article provides a background for integration of acupuncture and other TCM-derived approaches to managing psychiatric conditions. Methods: Classical theories of.
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