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Acute Depression, Stress, Anxiety Higher at Peak of Pandemic

New evidence out of Australia shows elevated psychological distress, including depression and anxiety symptoms occurred during the peak of the COVID-19...

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July 2020 Updates to the InSync EHR Software

Each month we not only optimize our EHR/EMR software but we update and enhance it as well. This month is no exception with new features in both electronic...

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Memory & Addiction:  Shedding New Light on Addiction

Think about the first time you went on a roller coaster or the first time you had a great time in a casino. You may also recall where you were and what...

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What a Category Leader in Mental Health and Telehealth Looks Like

With scores of 95 and 91 out of 100, the InSync Healthcare Solutions software for telemedicine and mental health has been deemed a Category Leader by user...

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Telehealth Therapy more effective than face to face Sessions

A surprising new study led by McMaster University shows that cognitive behavioral therapy delivered via telehealth to treat people with depression is more...

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COVID-19 Can Be Transmitted in The Womb

A baby girl in Texas has been born infected with COVID-19. This is the strongest evidence to date that  transmission of SARS-CoV-2 can occur during...

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Improved Social-Emotional Development in Young Children Linked to Dogs

Research published in the journal Pediatric Research suggests that children from households with a dog as a pet have better social and emotional wellbeing...

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Playing Video Games Linked With Unhealthy Behaviors for College Men

Results from a new behavioral health study suggest that college men who play video games tend to exercise less and have poorer eating habits compared to...

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High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy Strongly Linked to Heart Disease

Women who experience high blood pressure during pregnancy are more likely to develop heart disease and heart failure in later life, according to an...

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Strength Training vs. Plyometric Training Among Inactive Young Adults

When it comes to physical fitness there's a long-standing debate when it comes to the efficacy of traditional resistance training (TRT)  and plyometric...

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Poor Sleep Significantly Linked with Teenage Depression

From the University of Reading, a new study has revealed what should come as no surprise to parents of teenagers—teens who sleep less are more likely to...

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The Case for Collaborative Care with Pediatric Dysphagia

Swallowing problems when eating or drinking can lead to fluid entering the lungs, known as aspirations, which in turn can lead to serious lung infections...

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Extra Choline While Pregnant May Reduce Effects of COVID-19 in Babies

A new study from researchers in the Departments of Psychiatry, Obstetrics, and Gynecology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have found...

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June 2020 InSync EHR Updates and New Features

We're constantly updating our EHR software to give you the most robust set of features. Today we'd like to show you what's been added and updated to make...

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Ground-breaking research makes vaccines safe in all temperatures

Vaccines are notoriously difficult to transport to remote or dangerous places, as they spoil when not refrigerated. Formulations are safe between 35.6°F...