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Monthly Archives: September 2019

Is There a Lasting Cure for Juvenile Diabetes?

Few things bring more angst to parents than the pain and suffering of their child.  When their child has a debilitating disease, the parents’ sense of powerlessness can be overwhelming.  They want a miracle cure as soon as possible — and look to doctors to provide one. Pressure from parents – including pro-active citizen lobbying — can be an important ...

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Top Ten Ways You Can Connect With Your Teenager

If you feel that your teen is some kind of alien invader that has just taken root in your house, you are not alone. It has always been difficult for parents to connect with their teenaged children, but in this digital age of smartphones and social media, it may seem like the “generation gap,” is wider than the Grand Canyon! ...

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How To Help Your Kids Deal With a Move

I have heard moms who have recently gone through it, tell me, “I am never, ever moving again!” I even had one friend after a cross-country move tell me, “the only thing worse than moving is dealing with a death in the family.” If going through all of the hassles of moving can elicit these kinds of responses, from supposedly ...

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Let Your Kids Be Bored

As was the case with every yoga class I had ever been to, my Sunday morning Vinyasa class ended with a resounding “Namaste” that reverberated throughout the room. I left feeling refreshed… centered… peaceful; characteristics that are intuitively hard to come by for someone like me. Someone who is naturally high-anxiety and “intense” as my sister calls it. Though my ...

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Court Takes Cancer-Free Son From Parents Who Refuse Chemo

A shocking and disturbing recent Florida court order has denied custody to the parents of a 3-year-old boy after they refused to continue chemotherapies for their son, saying he had been cured. Noah is the son of Joshua McAdams and Taylor Bland-Ball. In April, the tyke was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. ...

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How to Deal With an Elderly Parent Coming to Live With You

They were always there for you, and if and when it becomes time to return the favor, it can present many challenges. However, either due to the death of one spouse, illness, or financial hardships, it is becoming more and more common for one or more elderly parent to come and live with their adult children. According to the most ...

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Climate Change Activists Are Terrifying Kids

The new Holy Grail of the left, if you hadn’t noticed is Climate Change, and much like the issue of race, it’s a topic for “all seasons” in that it will continually perpetuate itself for countless decades to come, depending on the current political climate. However, in order to make true believers that the world will begin coming to an ...

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It’s True… Boys Are Easier Than Girls

According to an old wives’ tale, boys are “easier” on their pregnant Moms than girls. Now, there’s solid scientific evidence to support the claim. A 2017 study conducted at Ohio State University which examined gestational patterns in 80 pregnant mothers found that girl fetuses were far more likely to produce inflammation which weakened their mother’s immune system. With a compromised ...

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Sudden Infant Death Remains a Baffling Mystery

It wasn’t long ago that nearly 10,000 infant children died each year from unknown causes in the United States.  Even now the phenomenon, still known as “Sudden Infant Death Syndrome” or SIDS, remains baffling to doctors. But thanks to a nationwide publicity campaign that began some two decades ago, SIDS deaths are down more than 50%.  Many parents have learned ...

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