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EAR PROBLEMS, EYE PROBLEMS, AND PET FOOD CONCERNS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 27 May 2012 12:00am The long Memorial Day weekend unofficially marks the beginning of summer for most of the United States.  As we memorialize the men and women who have served our country in the military, it's been refreshing to read about our troops coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan, hasn't it?  Thanks to all who served! Helpful Buckeye ha ... Read on »
Full Spectrum Light Bulbs For Health, Really.... by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 29 Dec 2009 6:35am After my family and I moved last summer I noticed my plants didn't grow so well in our new home. The roof eaves are great for keeping the hot sun out but it does nothing for giving my plants much needed sunlight. That made me wonder how no direct sunlight in our home would affect us and our pets. I know that sunlight from windows isn't ideal b ... Read on »
Developmental attention and visual auditory synesthesia by Chris Alterio Occupational Therapist Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 1:00am 1 Comment Caveat lector: This post presents more questions than it does answers. It may also be appropriate to ignore all this theorizing and file this separately under 'Kids say the darnedest things.' A colleague asked me to review one of her cases because the child was presenting with some peculiarities. This four year old child's main difficulties a ... Read on »
Autism and Minicolumns by Ian P. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:28am As a parent of an autistic child (and potentially as an Aspie myself) a subject I find very interesting - and let’s distinguish up front between interest and comprehension or understanding - is ASD and brain research. To my mind, some of the more interesting work is being conducted by Dr. Manuel Casanova, at the University of Louisville, especial ... Read on »
Why Traditional Treatments are All Wrong by Total Health Breakthroughs Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Jul 2009 12:05am In This Issue: Severe Eczema — Why Traditional Treatments Fail By Stan Gardner, MD, CNS Do you struggle with painful itching — red, flaming hot rashes that irritate?  If so, you may have eczema, an inflammatory condition often associated with allergens, sensitivities, or even the body attacking itself (autoimmune-related).  You may b ... Read on »
A Wonderful Success Story I Would call “From Seizures to Serenity” by Chris Abdouch by Roger Wheaton Posted Sun 08 Aug 2010 12:00am Dear Helen Irlen I would like to take the time to thank you and to show you my gratitude for inventing the Irlen method. Your Irlen Spectral Filters for my glasses have made more that a world of difference for me and have given me a whole new lease on life altogether. Before I was diagnosed and treated with Irlen Syndrome I had an extre ... Read on »
Myths, Part 2 by Ashley's Mom Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:24am As a follow up to yesterday's post about the myths surrounding deafness, today I am writing about the myths that exist about people with blindness or visual impairments. My desire and need to write these two posts grew out of the frustration Ashley faces on a daily basis from dealing with people who don't understand, or refuse to believe she ... Read on »
Drunk on Mercury by Janis Bell Facebook Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:04pm Drunk: "being in a temporary state in which one's physical and mental faculties are impaired by an excess..." For years, I've been patting myself on the back for not having mercury show up on my hair and blood tests of toxic metals. I thoughtI had taken care of this adequately: a year of Modifilan (a brown algae product said to chelate met ... Read on »
Elisabeth's Eye Exam by Lisa .. Posted Fri 30 Nov 2007 12:00am Well, we are home from Spokane with some new information about Elisabeth. She appears to have cortical blindness. This is visual impairment due to damage to the brain. Her eyes are actaully perfect, but the visual systems of the brain cannot interpret what the eye sees. As of right now her vision is 20/2000. The good news is that she is ... Read on »
Cosmetic Dentistry Course; How To Find The Best School by Shilah C. Azib Posted Sat 08 May 2010 2:14pm Are you planning to enroll in a cosmetic dentistry course? If so, what is your idea of the best school to enroll in? Remember that cosmetic dentistry is a lot different from a general dentistry. While in general dentistry course, students are trained to fix mouth and teeth problems, in cosmetic dentistry course, students are trained ... Read on »