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Remembering World Down Syndrome Day 2012-better late than never! by Linda Nargi Posted Wed 25 Apr 2012 12:00am I actually planned ahead for World Down Syndrome Day this year.  If you know me well you might find that pretty shocking.  : ) 3 weeks before WDSD I wrote Lila's teacher a note asking for permission to visit the classroom and read "My Friend Isabelle" to her students.   She said yes!   I also requested  permission to send a letter home to t ... Read on »
Remembering World Down Syndrome Day 2012-better late than never! by Linda Nargi Posted Wed 25 Apr 2012 1:50am I actually planned ahead for World Down Syndrome Day this year.  If you know me well you might find that pretty shocking.  : ) 3 weeks before WDSD I wrote Lila's teacher a note asking for permission to visit the classroom and read "My Friend Isabelle" to her students.   She said yes!   I also requested  permission to send a letter home to the ... Read on »
Is There A Link Between Late Ovulation And Miscarriage? by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Thu 25 Mar 2010 12:00am Question: I recently read (in "Making Babies" by Dr. Sami David) that a follicular phase that lasts more than 20 days is a problem because it means the estrogen is building up too slowly which results in deterioration in egg quality and an increased risk of chromosomal abnormalities. I recently experienced a missed miscarria ... Read on »
Support Down Syndrome Lately? by Bethany B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:19pm Our Buddy Walk is in exactly one week. Ahh! It has come up so quick! Payton's Posse has increased their fundraising goal by $1,000 from what was raised last year. We are on our way, but we also have a bit to go. Click here if you would like to donate to our sweet baby girl! Here is our little angel ... ain't she cute? Read on »
Down Syndrome Awareness Month: Breast Feeding a Baby With Down Syndrome by Lisa Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 Oct 2010 12:00am DISCLAIMER: I do have a decidedly pro-breast feeding bent. However, this post is not intended to judge or criticize anyone who chooses not to, or who for whatever reason can't, breast feed. My intention is only to share my own experience in the hope of correcting some misconceptions and giving hope and encouragement to any new moms out there ... Read on »
Down Syndrome Awareness Month: Real Life With a Child With Down Syndrome by Lisa Patient Expert Posted Sat 30 Oct 2010 12:00am As Down Syndrome Awareness Month wraps up, I'd like to share some with final thoughts. A little over two years ago, my son was born with Down syndrome. In the early days and weeks, I was overcome with grief and fear, and even anger. I had already paid my dues in life; what did I do to deserve having a child with a lifelong diagnosis? It fe ... Read on »
Down Syndrome Daily: NEISD to pilot Down syndrome reading program by Leticia V. Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Sep 2012 12:04pm Down Syndrome Daily: NEISD to pilot Down syndrome reading program :This program, designed by Sue Buckley of Downs Ed International in Great Britain is the first of its kind designed specifically for children with Down syndrome. The same reading program will be discussed at a two day conference in Burlington, Massachusetts this November 30 thr ... Read on »
Oxidative Stress and Down Syndrome: A Route toward Alzheimer-Like Dementia by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 29 Dec 2011 9:02pm A recent paper on Down Syndrome and dementia shows some similarities to some recent trends in autism research. Beyond that, it points out the type of knowledge that is missing about autistic adults. The type of research which begs the question of why there is relatively little effort ongoing into autistic adults. Oxidative Stress and ... Read on »
Two Down syndrome babies by Leticia V. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:24am I told you babies like my Christina would change the world. Here's proof: A Tale of Two Down Syndrome Babies by Paul Kengor, a professor of Grove City College in the National Catholic Register. How the candidates Sarah Palin and Barack Obama treated unborn babies with Down syndrome may just be the make-or-break point in this election. AMAZING ... Read on »
Puberty and Down Syndrome ~ Part 1 by Shannon .. Registered Nurse Posted Mon 15 Jun 2009 4:16pm The past few months, I have been suspecting it. I wasn't sure if I was right, but the constant daily appearance of what appeared to be acne on Gabi's face was leading me to believe she was entering puberty. At first, I was in denial. "Where is this rash coming from?" It was better on the days that I used Phisoderm on her face. Then, one day fa ... Read on »