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Pregnancy Pee Linked to Kid's Bad Behavior: Phthalates, ADHD, Conduct Disorder, OH MY! by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 10 Feb 2010 12:39pm Pregnant Mom Alert #523: Clear out your cosmetics. Ditch the deodorant. Trash your toiletries. Contact your Congressperson. Phthalates, again! In your beauty regime.  Seems they harm your unborn baby's developing brain eventually turning them into aggressive, surly kids, maybe even criminals. So says a Mount Sinai study published online in thi ... Read on »
Could Cell Phones Raise Odds for Behavioral Woes in Kids? by Medline Plus Posted Tue 07 Dec 2010 7:59am Research suggests exposure to electromagnetic fields before and after birth might play role Tuesday, December 7, 2010 MONDAY, Dec. 6 (HealthDay News) -- Children exposed to cell phones in the womb and after birth had a higher risk of behavior problems by their seventh birthday, possibly related to the el ... Read on »
Important Words From Emily by melissalynnshell Health MavenFacebook Posted Thu 21 Oct 2010 6:36am I have to apologize, due to my not paying attention, I missed what Emily sent me for yesterday’s post. To make up for not posting it yesterday, I will publish it at the end of the week. Today, Emily of Surviving Limbo , shares one of her old posts with us. I am not going to say anything as an introduction for what she is sharing, I ... Read on »
Did Dave Pelzer's Mother from "A Child Called It" Have Borderline Personality Disorder? by .... Posted Thu 03 Sep 2009 11:27am During the entire time I was reading " A Child Called It", I couldn't help but draw correlations between David Pelzer's mother (Catherine Roerva Christen Pelzer ) and Borderline Personality Disorder. After I was finished reading the book, I started my search to see what mental illness Catherine had suffered. All I have managed to find was that ... Read on »
Spanking Spawns Bad Behavior? The Debut of Data Bites by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 27 Apr 2010 4:53pm Getting into the spirit of spring, I'm trying something new - "Data Bites" - brief takes on new studies I've not yet had a chance to read in the journals.  So many of them pop up in the media and deserve a quick and dirty review.  Think of it as Momma Data Lite, a refreshing alternative to wordy posts for those of us with short attention spans, c ... Read on »
Behavior Problems & Discipline: What parents and teachers need to know by Real IN Moms .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 May 2009 8:45pm 2 Comments by Sue Whitney and Pam Wright "Our 11 year old son has autism. His mental functioning is at the level of a very youngchild. Since he was placed with an aide for most of the school day, his aggressive behavior at school increased. He says the aide hurts him. We discussed these problems with the IEP team. They agreed that the aide was t ... Read on »
Understanding ADHD And Bad Behavior In Children by Dr. Rory S. Doctor of PsychologyHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 5:07pm 1 Comment It is a widely held belief that children with ADHD are generally a behavioral problem.  But that’s not entirely accurate.  Just because someone has been diagnosed with ADHD, there is no formula for how they will behave or what characteristics he or she will display. From where I stand, ADHD and bad behavior are two very different things.  Whil ... Read on »
When to Suspect Lyme by Dr. Virginia S. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 10:49am The most useful diagnostic reference: the “Bible” of Lyme medical literature. by John Bleiweiss, MD. The When To Suspect Lyme Disease essay: This essay, written by John D. Bleiweiss, M.D., in April, 1994 is very long, but also very comprehensive and helpful. Any doctor checking for Lyme disease would do well to read this essay first; any ... Read on »
Dealing with Inappropriate Behavior by Karen .. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 6:16pm How do you suggest dealing with things such as calling me names (like dumb and stupid), throwing things at me or other members of the family, destroying something in the house or other such behavior? How do I be sensitive to my child's needs and yet still teach her about boundaries? I'd read those kinds of outbursts ... Read on »
Positive Discipline: An Update, An Apology and Fact Checking the Fact Checker by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 07 Jan 2013 11:46am Even someone who fact checks parenting experts and parenting advice needs to be fact checked once in a while.  I was wrong. I admit it. I made a hasty comment about the odds of a parenting expert thoughtfully and readily answering my question about the three praises for every one reprimand.  For those of you who wasted two hours watching t ... Read on »