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ADHD in Children:Common causes and healthy solutions

ADHD in children is at an all time high. Over 20% of boys are diagnosed with ADHD according to a new study by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study also says that, “Approximately 2 million more U.S. children/adolescents aged 4 to 17 years had been diagnosed with ADHD in 2011, compared […]

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Sometimes It Pays to Be Stubborn!

It was around ten-eleven years ago not long after our daughter suddenly got sick and our whole world was turned upside down, that I made a very determined decision.  I was holding her and trying to comfort her as she was upset and crying I told her that I would find out what was wrong […]

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Is ADHD a real disorder?

There are millions of kids diagnosed with ADHD, and many are given medications to treat it. But what would you say if you discovered that ADHD was just a made up disorder? Well, that appears to be the case as one of the founders of ADHD, an American psychiatrist, Dr. Leon Eisenburg admitted that, “ADHD […]

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Autism an Epidemic?

Why is autism on the rise? Look at these stats: 15 years ago, 1 in 10,000 kids had autism, 10 years ago, 1 in 1000, then 1 in 150, 1 in 88, and now 1 in 50 in the US according to http://www.ageofautism.com/2013/03/president-obama-1-in-50-american-kids-with-autism-html. There are many contributing factors to autism and many issues that need […]

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“The Misdiagnosed Child” book is Finally Here!

Finally, my book, The Misdiagnosed Child: Answers about child anxiety, ADD, ADHD, OCD and more from a mother who’s been there, is published, at least the kindle version is on Amazon. The print version will be available in about 2 weeks. In this book I discuss the causes of these neurobehavioral problems and what parents […]

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Is Your Child Sensitive to Touch, Taste, Sound and Light?

(As always, this content is not intended nor should it be a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. This article and the contents of this website are intended for information purposes only.)   Have you ever had to deal with socks that ‘hurt’ a child’s feet, or tags or jeans or some other uncomfortable […]

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Breaking Bad Habits – part 2

(As always, this content is not intended nor should it be a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. This article and the contents of this website are intended for information purposes only.)                                                                                                                             Part 2 We all have bad habits to break but these habits that I’m talking about are the habits and patterns […]

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Creating Bad Habits

(As always, this content is not intended nor should it be a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. This article and the contents of this website are intended for information purposes only.)  Part 1 We all create habits.  Let’s face it we are ‘creatures of habit’ as the saying goes.  But it seems it […]

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Illegal Marketing of Psychotic Drugs to Children

(As always, this content is not intended nor should it be a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. This article and the contents of this website are intended for information purposes only.)   Did you know that drug makers are illegally marketing psychiatric drugs to children?  And these drugs are also being given to […]

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Children, Medication and Risks

(As always, this content is not intended nor should it be a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. This article and the contents of this website are intended for information purposes only.)   Should a parent put their child on medication for ADD, ADHD or any other behavioral problem?  That is a question many […]

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