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The Physical Toll Cerebral Palsy has on Parents

As parents of a child with cerebral palsy, Bryan and I have frequently used the phrase, “as long as I’m able”. We knew we would continue to climb the ladders and go down slides with Roa, carry him up flights of stairs to change his play environment and keep up …

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Traumatic Stress and Autism Mommas

I recently read a study that found moms that have children with autism, have also been shown to have stress levels similar to combat soldiers. (I know, very encouraging way to begin this right???) I have been thinking a lot about it. I often feel a level of stress that …

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5 Myths about Endometriosis

  As March is designated as National Endometriosis month we wanted to give you some facts about this condition which affects up to 5.5 million women and girls in the U.S. alone. I am one of those women affected. I was unaware of my endometriosis until I tried to have …

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Tens Unit for All Areas of Pain

  TENS is an acronym forTranscutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator. This device is used to deliver an electric current through electrodes that are placed on the skin. Most physicians use this device to help patients in relieving pain associated with arthritis, headaches, TMJ disorder, muscle strain, fibromyalgia and most often back …

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Cauliflower Tots Recipe

This Cauliflower Tots recipe is the latest on my hit parade of ‘magic cauliflower’ recipes. These crispy little guys will make you forget all about potatoes. I recently served them up with a beautiful piece of salmon for dinner. You would think the salmon would have been the star but …

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