Medical Simulation Medical Graphic
Medical Animation | MOA | Medical Illustration | Holo 3D | General 3D | Video Game Development | Contact

3d Medical Animation forensic Animated Therapy

Method of action video on behavioral therapy, animations functioning of the mind.  Scientific visualization cognitive behavioral therapy 3d medical illustrations for medical education companies. 

Custom 3d medical graphics and 3d medical illustrations.

Dr Nano
How are Dexedrine and Adderall different?
Dexedrine and Adderall are two medications that are commonly used to treat ADHD. Both drugs are similar, but there are some differences in how they are used. In this article, we examine the similarities and differences between these two medications, along with the risks, side effects, and warnings that go with them.
Having an audience makes your brain perform better
New research examines what goes on in the brain when people perform a task in front of an audience versus when they are not being watched.
A waking nightmare: The enigma of sleep paralysis
In sleep paralysis, your mind wakes up, but your body does not. You may also experience frightening hallucinations. What is this, and how can we cope?
Ketamine nasal spray could fight depression fast
Could a fast-acting new drug curb serious depression symptoms, including suicidal thoughts? A recent study says 'yes,' but questions of safety arise.
Is it time you went on a social media detox?
Have your social media accounts become a source of stress more than one of enjoyment? Read this Spotlight and learn why you may want to consider a detox.
Epilepsy raises risk of unnatural death, study finds
Researchers have associated a diagnosis of epilepsy with a greater risk of suicide, accidental drug poisoning, and other unnatural causes of death.
What is dissociative identity disorder?
Dissociative identity disorder is a condition where one person develops multiple personalities or identities. It used to be called multiple personality disorder. In this article, learn about the causes and risk factors, as well as how it is treated. We also list the symptoms and how it is diagnosed using the DSM-5.
Even minor stress can impact long-term health, study warns
A new study warns that holding on to small, daily frustrations and allowing negative emotions to perpetuate can truly harm our health in the long run.
Is meditation the answer to cognitive decline?
Could meditation be a useful tool in the fight against cognitive decline? This week, the first study to investigate its long-term impact is released.
Want to de-stress? Delete Facebook, study suggests
A new study shows that levels of the stress hormone cortisol plummet in people who take a break from using the popular social network.
Losing personal wealth might shorten your life
A new study demonstrates that people who lose 75 percent of their wealth in 2 years have a higher risk of death over the following decades.
Female students underestimate their own intelligence
A new study examines how male and female undergraduates in a biology class perceive their own intelligence, compared with that of their peers.
How to overcome impostor syndrome
Do you feel like a fraud in your job or feel undeserving of your success? You could have impostor syndrome. Here are some ways to overcome the phenomenon.
Coffee may worsen Alzheimer's symptoms
Coffee is often hailed for its health benefits, but new research finds that long-term consumption could be more of a hindrance for people with Alzheimer's.
Do you fear embarrassment? Here's how to overcome it
New research may have found a useful strategy for overcoming the sometimes paralyzing fear of embarrassment or ridicule in social situations.
WindowsFlashQuicktime
Request Demo Reel DVD
Related Medical Animation Links

Copyright © 2018
Content Management / Website Design by Tresware