HAPPY 21ST ! INCIID celebrates 21 years in Cyber Space. INCIID was created in October 1994 during Infertility Awareness Week when there was nothing anywhere in cyber space about infertility. So INCIID became the first infertility site on the web in March of 1995. We've been supporting infertile couples for more than two decades. In 2004 we were the first to organize a national IVF scholarship program and since them many babies have been born with INCIID's help.
Wed. April 30, 2015 at 7:30 PM: Webinar: with Helen Adrienne, Mind/Body Expert (Look at the Calendar for more details)
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If you missed Helen's Webinar - please watch the recorded interview online.
Helen Adrienne, Licensed Certified Social Worker and certified hypnotherapist, is a general therapist who specializes in infertility counseling, couples counseling for infertility, mind/body stress reduction for infertility and gynecological and reproductive issues. In her recent webinar, Helen stressed the importance of good self-care. She explained the mechanisms by which body and brain can be unified and also gave a guided imagry presentation. The recorded webinar is based on her article: Mother's Day and Father's Day: A Helluv Day and Infertility Stressor
Male Prolactin and Hyperprolactinemia
Chanel L. Bonds, Laura E.A. Simon, Stephen E. Hudson, Andrew K. Lee, and William E. Roudebush
Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville
Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Our last article talked about arguments in the legal sense and how we came to have a particular set of rules and procedures for making formal legal arguments. The article also talked about how to apply the principles of those rules when we “make our case” during Team meetings with the school. Several parents and advocates called or sent email messages to me about the article. Some asked follow-up questions. Some asked for an example of how to apply the principles in real life.
Although the goals of Complementary medicine and conventional Western medicine are the same, their ideas about what causes a disease, the nature of the disease itself, and the process used to regain health are very different.