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Mental Healthcare in Federal Prison: An Inside Look at the Bureau of Prison’s Mental Health Companion Program

Some Bureau of Prisons staff have recognized that, at least in some cases, approaching chronically self-destructive behavior as a treatment issue (not a disciplinary one) is the only way to rehabilitate someone with serious mental illness.

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Book Review: ‘Education4Knees: Everything You Need to Know for Happy, Healthy and Pain-Free Knees,’ by Gregory M. Martin, M.D.

'Education4Knees' is a new book by Dr. Gregory Martin that takes the mystery out of knee pain. And as this prominent orthopedic surgeon writes, you may not need surgery at all.

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Interview: Ya-Ling Liou, D.C., author of ‘Every Body’s Guide to Everyday Pain’

Know that the body has our best interest at heart — and it doesn't lie, says chiropractic medicine practitioner Ya-Ling Liou, D.C., author of "Every Body’s Guide to Everyday Pain". Her book is a easy to follow, compassionate guide to working through your everyday pain. The best way to avoid chronic or disabling discomfort is to pay attention to what our body is telling us.

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Five Tips for Maximizing Fun at Tailgates

LeeAnn Weintraub, LA-based registered dietician and nutrition consultant, is such a nice, caring, and considerate lady. In her recent nutrition column, “Tips for mindful eating at tailgates.” she gives thoughtful, well considered advice on how to totally ruin the experience. If you follow her advice, you might as well stay home, eat a salad with non-fat dressing and watch Oprah re-runs. Let’s make a few corrections to her "5 ways to eat right at tailgate parties."

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