Recent news out of Cuba suggests that several American diplomats working there may have suffered minor traumatic brain injuries and permanent hearing loss at the hands of nefarious individuals who used a mysterious device to inflict physical damage via sub-audible sound waves.
Is this possible???
It seems like something out of a science fiction novel, but sound has been used for many years as a weapon – primarily as a means to control crowds, and more recently by cruise ships that travel ... Continue Reading →
790AM KABC presents Dr. Drew and Mike Catherwood LIVE!
Join the duo and special guest Emily Moorse of Sex With Emily Podcast for this special event hosted by The Ice House Comedy Club is cancelled due to World Series. Will be a new date in December.
Tickets are available now at IceHouseComedy.com. Please call and get your tickets exchanged, or refunded.
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Globus pharyngeus or globus sensation is the feeling of having a lump in your throat. Generally unrelated to an actual blockage, it is the persistent sensation that something is lodged there. The condition is usually benign and doesn’t interfere with swallowing or breathing, but it can cause (and be related to) stress and anxiety. Globus is a fairly common complaint, accounting for four percent of referrals to ear, nose and throat specialists.
Though there is no specific protocol for its diagnosis, ... Continue Reading →
In honor of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, I’ve partnered with Many Vs. Cancer, Dax Shepard, and Rob Riggle to educate men on the importance of getting checked. Watch the video below!
In the United States, 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed in his lifetime, however, it is 100% treatable if caught early. Share ... Continue Reading →
The widespread destruction and distress caused by natural disasters can result in extremely negative effects on mental health, both individually and collectively. Whether the disaster is unpredictable (like an earthquake) or occurs with limited notice (like a hurricane) such events are shocking, frightening and dangerous.
People who experience these incidents are subject to adverse economic, social and psychological effects that can last many years. A recent study of a devastating flood that occurred in China in 1998 concluded that nearly sixteen ... Continue Reading →