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  • Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation : a revolutionary treatment for depression and other disorders

    Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) is a safe, painless, effective and natural evidence-based treatment for people suffering from severe unipolar affective/depressive disorder and other neurological/psychological illnesses. Used successfully in renowned centres such as the Mayo clinic, Johns Hopkins and the Nottingham Neuromodulation Unit, rTMS is now available locally.

    The St. Luke`s Hospital Gazette: Volume 1, Issue 1

    The main aim of this journal is explained within the introduction, mainly that of reporting the medical activities from Malta, especially original contributions from the Maltese medical profession. Furthermore, a brief historical overview of the Maltese medical importance since the Knights of St. John, and throughout World War I and II is provided, focusing particularly on St. Luke`s Hospital Malta. “St. Luke`s” is staffed almost completely by graduates of the Royal University of Malta, and a...

    Towards Measles elimination

    In many European countries measles is still a cause of great public health concern. Outbreaks of the disease are still occurring because the degree of vaccination coverage required to interrupt transmission has not yet been achieved. Many countries have started to implement measles elimination strategies. These are primarily based on attaining a very high coverage of measles vaccination and strengthening measles surveillance systems.

    Where is the crowd?

    Athletes who are cheered on during sporting activities are likely to perform better than athletes who don't. The HeartLink project is investigating how to remotely cheer athletes while they are participating in sporting events. Dr Franco Curmi writes about his work for the HeartLink project.

    Positive ageing in an age of neo-liberalism: old wine in new bottles?

    The discourse of positive aging has become the central plank upon which international and national aging policies are constructed. Moreover, an increasing number of popular writers are advocating positive aging as a means to age actively, successively, and productively. These include authors of self-help books, media personalities, as well as writers from psychology and the social sciences As many gerontologists point out, rationales supporting positive aging convey a common message that lat...
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