Fabricated Compassion: Democrats Abandon U.S. Homeless, Veterans and the Hungry in Rush to Roll out Red Carpet for Illegals

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“We are all connected. We can’t just build a wall or a fence and say no more. This is America. Our doors are open.” These are the words of U.S. House of Representatives John Lewis, (1) one of many democrats who seem to be stampeding over each other to see who can offer the most enticements to accelerate the flood Continue reading

25 Disturbing Facts about Psych Drugs, Soldiers and Suicides

We are living in an age of upside-downs, where right is wrong, fiction is truth and war is peace. Those who fight the wars are subjected to their own house of mirrors via pharmaceutical “treatments.” Instead of providing U.S. soldiers and veterans with actual health care, the government throws pills at them and calls it “therapy.” Continue reading

Virtual Reality Tops Standard Therapy in Treatment of PTSD

Soldiers stricken with post-traumatic stress disorder following their service are seeing a new ray of hope in the form of virtual reality immersion.

As increasingly larger numbers of soldiers return from duty in the Middle East, doctors are scrambling Continue reading

Real Doctors, Onscreen: VA Program Makes Online House Calls on Vets

A new pilot program will allow veterans in the Midwest to access behavioral health, oncology and post-operative care services wherever they have Web access. Using telehealth technology — a combination of streaming video, e-mail and text applications — the system is designed to help veterans in geographically remote areas or with mobility issues to conveniently contact clinicians and support services. Continue reading

Dreaming Takes the Sting Out of Painful Memories

UC Berkeley researchers have found that stress chemicals shut down and the brain processes emotional experiences during the REM dream phase of sleep Continue reading