Sunday, December 15, 2019

The Impossible Experiment: An Interview with Mirjam Münch, PhD

Elizabeth Saenger, PhD When I interviewed Mirjam Münch, PhD, I was floored by the problems she and her colleagues overcame to do their elegant experiment....

…And the Winner Is: Bright White Light at Midday for Bipolar Depression

Elizabeth Saenger, PhD Bipolar depression is typically a very serious phase of bipolar disorder, and yet appealing options for therapy are limited. (To see what...

Does Taking Blood Pressure Medication at Night (vs in the Morning) Reduce Cardiovascular Disease?

By Elizabeth Saenger, PhD A huge Spanish study found that subjects who took their hypertension drugs at bedtime (vs in the morning) had no change...

Superduper Sleepers

by Elizabeth Saenger, PhD Here are some sleeping champions of the animal world: animals that sleep the most, the least, or have an unusual way...

Bedtime for Children

Elizabeth Saenger, PhD Bedtime for Frances is one of the most adorable children’s stories I know. In it, little Frances finds all sorts of reasons...

Dawn – Dusk Simulation Therapy

Difference Between Dawn Simulation and Bright Light Therapy Dawn and dusk simulation (DDS) therapy provides a departure from standard bright light therapy in the followings...

Traveling Light: Why I brought my light to Chicago

Our intrepid Abigail Strubel, having experienced an array of disappointments with one treatment or another — admittedly sometimes with temporary relief — hones in on...

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