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RHYTHMS

Psychology A 2 yr controlled effectiveness trial funded by Pfizer, which randomized 242 Pts receiving only anti-depressants to receive either usual care–control arm or written instructional material on depression and effective treatment
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Q: My heart went out of rhythm on November 1, 2007, and two weeks later I had a stroke.
Not only are you connecting with your partner through body language, but you are also connecting to the music and to your own rhythm. For those of you who tend to process life kinetically, you will fined yourself closer to a powerful internal source through the communication of the dance.
Typists, like Morse code operators, might be identifiable by their rhythms.
The nurse noticed changes in the patient's cardiac rhythm on telemetry, so she examined a 30-second strip of lead II from the telemetry's full disclosure software (below).
Within 24 hours, new rhythms developed in 49 patients (17%).
Roots of Rhythm presents the world's percussion instruments through a comprehensive series of lessons, which place a specific instrument and its authentic rhythm in the context of its particular culture.
Apple Watch lets US users take ECG, check irregular heart rhythm
These are essential for life rhythms. Write down what is important in your life and schedule it in.
Second are ultradian rhythms, which have cycles shorter than a day.
Under more normal conditions shift work will disturb rhythms, including cortisol.