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Binaural Auditory Beats Affect Vigilance Performance and Mood
When two tones of slightly different frequency are presented separately to the left and right ears the listener perceives a single tone that varies in amplitude at a frequency equal to the frequencyExpand
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The Short‐Term Effect of Interdisciplinary Medication Review on Function and Cost in Ambulatory Elderly People
Objectives: To determine whether a medication review by a specialized team would promote regimen changes in elders taking multiple medications and to measure the effect of regimen changes on monthlyExpand
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Use of binaural beat tapes for treatment of anxiety: a pilot study of tape preference and outcomes.
CONTEXT Recent studies and anecdotal reports suggest that binaural auditory beats can affect mood, performance on vigilance tasks, and anxiety. OBJECTIVE To determine whether mildly anxious peopleExpand
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A pilot study evaluating mindfulness-based stress reduction and massage for the management of chronic pain.
BACKGROUND Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) and massage may be useful adjunctive therapies for chronic musculoskeletal pain. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the feasibility of studying MBSR andExpand
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Screening for substance abuse risk in cancer patients using the Opioid Risk Tool and urine drug screen
PurposeThe use of opioids for management of cancer-related pain has increased significantly and has been associated with a substantial rise in rates of substance abuse and diversion. There is aExpand
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Features of "near-death experience" in relation to whether or not patients were near death
The medical records of 58 patients, most of whom believed they were near death during an illness or after an injury and all of whom later remembered unusual experiences occurring at the time, wereExpand
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Wisdom in Medicine: What Helps Physicians After a Medical Error?
Purpose Confronting medical error openly is critical to organizational learning, but less is known about what helps individual clinicians learn and adapt positively after making a harmful mistake.Expand
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Brief report: A pilot study evaluating mindfulness-based stress reduction and massage for the management of chronic pain
BACKGROUND: Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) and massage may be useful adjunctive therapies for chronic musculoskeletal pain.OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the feasibility of studying MBSR andExpand
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Complementary and alternative medicine and psychologic factors: toward an individual differences model of complementary and alternative medicine use and outcomes.
CONTEXT Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is in widespread use. Study of the psychologic factors associated with CAM use may provide descriptions of subgroups of health care consumers andExpand
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Wisdom through adversity: learning and growing in the wake of an error.
OBJECTIVE Medical errors are a nearly universal experience for physicians. An error that harms a patient is one of the most difficult experiences that physicians face. Difficult experiences canExpand
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