Among the general public, Dr. Daniel Amen's work is popular. His books have been on The New York Times' best-seller lists, according to WebMD. In 2012, his clinics saw 1,200 patients per month, The Washington Post states... More »

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Testing for ADD/ADHD and a number of other functional disorders is available through Amen Clinics. As of 2015, brain scans on 90,000 patients from at least 111 countries have been performed between six locations in Calif... More »

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Fraud claims against Amen Clinics stem from accusations that their treatments are unsafe and not scientifically proven to establish adequate results. As explained on the clinic's website, AmenClinic.com, the facility use... More »

As of April 2015, Dr. Amen's attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder typologies remain controversial, according to WebMD. While noninvasive technologies similar to what Dr. Amen uses for ADHD diagnoses are approved by t... More »

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The story "Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" can be said to represent a case of dissociative identity disorder, which is sometimes colloquially referred to as "split personality." Contrary to what some people may ... More »

Dr. Bernstein's diet has effectively controlled blood sugar levels for many people on his plan, reports About.com. The diet does require a considerable amount of discipline, particularly in the area of carbohydrate restr... More »

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After receiving an intravenous anesthetic and a muscle relaxant, an electroconvulsive therapy patient receives a small amount of an electric current passed through electrode pads on one or both sides of the head, which c... More »

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