5 Ways Dyslexia Can Affect Your Child’s Social Life

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Weight Loss Secrets For PCOS

At Last! The REAL Truth About How To Lose Fat Permanently When You Have PCOS! Here Are 5 Secrets To Successful Weight Loss That Your Doctor Won’t Tell You About… Dear PCOS Sufferer, If you’ve been searching for the answers to your weight loss struggle, looking for a way out …

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5 Things Not to Say to Your Child About ADHD

“I know how you feel. I get distracted sometimes, too.” You want to help your child feel less alone. But unless you have ADHD, too, a comment like this may trivialize her challenges with ADHD. She may wonder, “If Mom can get along OK, what’s wrong with me that I …

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Foods for children with cerebral palsy

Today’s final edition on special needs diets is focused on cerebral palsy. Children with cerebral palsy may have a harder time getting sufficient nutrients due to the physical difficulties of chewing and swallowing. Ensuring a proper diet is extremely important. First, we will cover brain physiology and the most common …

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Why Do We Fear the Unknown?

When I think broadly of the fear of the unknown what immediately comes to mind is eighteenth century born English poet and printmaker William Blake and one of his quotes, “If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, Infinite”. He went on to …

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5 VACCINATION QUESTIONS

Recent California legislation reduces my power to question when and how I inject my child with a vaccine. I believe it is a fundamental right of parents to ask questions about any medical procedure, including vaccinations. On June 29, 2015 California Governor Jerry Brown made history by signing into law …

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The Essential Food Allergy Substitution Guide

So many kids have food allergies, and as a parent it can make it difficult to find recipes that suite the needs of your family.  Even if a recipe looks amazing and fits most of your child’s dietary needs, there is something that may need to be substituted in order …

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41 Truths People With PTSD Wish Others Understood

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a condition that will affect an estimated 7.8 percent of Americans at some point in their lives, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. It’s a psychiatric disorder that can be caused by life-threatening events such as military combat, natural disasters, terrorist incidents, serious …

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