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Processed, Fatty Foods May Dumb Down Your Kids: Study by HealthFinder Posted Mon 07 Feb 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink But healthful diet for toddlers can boost intelligence later on, researchers say. By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
Explaining Chronic Illness to Your Child by Lisa C. Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 8:56pm I loved this article and thought it was very helpful. My son is currently 4 and a half and learning a bit more about "mommy's owies." As Christians he's also trying to figure out in his own mind why God heals his owies, like a scraped knee, but not Mommy's. Overall, I thought this article was much-needed and a great reference. Lisa ~~~~~~ ... Read on »
Lower Weight and BMI Linked to Food Allergies by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Tue 26 Feb 2013 12:00am Food Allergies and Low Weight A recent study of 245 food allergic children found that children with food allergies had lower percentiles for weight, height and BMI compared to age-matched "healthy" children.  The information about this study was presented at the annual conference of the America Academy of Allergy, As ... Read on »
Lower Weight and BMI Linked to Food Allergies by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Tue 26 Feb 2013 5:30am Food Allergies and Low Weight A recent study of 245 food allergic children found that children with food allergies had lower percentiles for weight, height and BMI compared to age-matched "healthy" children.  The information about this study was presented at the annual conference of the America Academy of Allergy, Ast ... Read on »
Are we intelligent about developing human intelligence? by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 13 Jun 2013 7:13am When it comes to our understanding of human intelligence, for too long, there has been a mismatch between theory and practice. Theoretically, the two main threads running through definitions of intelligence have been (a) adaptation to the environment, and (b) the cognitive, affective, and volitional characteristics that enable that adaptation ... Read on »
Innovation and Sustainable Growth by Brian Ahier Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:03pm President Discusses Innovation and Sustainable Growth at Hudson Valley Community College SEPTEMBER 21, 2009 President Obama outlined a new report titled, "A Strategy for American Innovation: Driving Towards Sustainable Growth and Quality Jobs" in a speech at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, N.Y. The President said his ... Read on »
Medical problems relating to puberty and growth by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Tue 17 Jan 2012 6:31am This article discusses the common types of growth and puberty disorders in children and adolescents. This will be of help to any parents, or children, who are concerned about rates of normal growth and puberty. People come in all shapes and sizes, and in the majority of ca ... Read on »
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ASD as a Developmental Disorder - A Suggested Neurological Underpinning by Ian P. Patient Expert Posted Sat 16 Jun 2007 10:00pm (This post is available in MS Word. To request a copy, please e-mail me - see sidebar for address.) In a previous post – Autism, Genius, and Minicolumns – I wrote about a research paper by Dr Casanova et al comparing the brains of three prominent neuroscientists vs. controls. One of the findings in this paper was a similarity (and differences ... Read on »
National Institute of Health develops plan for Down Syndrome by Leticia V. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 6:31pm The National Institutes of Health has developed a research plan to advance understanding of Down syndrome and speed development of new treatments for the condition, the most frequent genetic cause of mild to moderate mental retardation and associated medical problems. The plan sets research goals for the next 10 years that build upon earlier ... Read on »