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Stuff That Won’t Be In The Book – Part 2 by Lynn Bering Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 12 Nov 2008 5:52am Is it wrong that I craved black bean soup for breakfast? I was going to have it last night for dinner, but butternut squash and a Boca burger got in the way, so I threw it in the fridge for lunch today. Only, I woke up really hungry for bean soup. I hope it doesn’t wait until I’m having my tooth filled this afternoon to reach my nether regions, if ... Read on »
Fellow Fighter Jettychan by megse5 Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 12:34am I have never been asked to share my story by someone before. Although, I have been working on a Photo mural book since I was diagnosed, no one has ever really cared about my story. In reality, most people I meet are surprised to hear I am in remission even though I have never hidden it. I assume it is strange to see someone happy and he ... Read on »
Diagnosed with Oral Aversion or Feeding Aversion? Getting Started: Parents, Therapists have you covered your bases? Ask the rig by Cheri Fraker Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:06pm Hi All Had a very nice mom write to me today and I decided to post some of this information to help others trying to sort out what it means to have a child with feeding aversion or oral aversion. Please know, most kids are not aversive to EVERYTHING or EVERY food. Define the aversion. The child that happily eats chicken nuggets is not aversiv ... Read on »
Diagnosed with Oral Aversion or Feeding Aversion? Getting Started: Parents, Therapists have you covered your bases? Ask the rig by Cheri Fraker Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm Hi All Had a very nice mom write to me today and I decided to post some of this information to help others trying to sort out what it means to have a child with feeding aversion or oral aversion. Please know, most kids are not aversive to EVERYTHING or EVERY food. Define the aversion. The child that happily eats chicken nuggets is not avers ... Read on »
The Phoenicians: Autism Recovery Denial, Drug Profits and the Media’s Flat Earth by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Feb 2010 12:00am By Adriana Gamondes What if the pharmaceutical industry had a formula for projected drug profits from a massive rise in autism? A formula such as:  PY=P×Y   And what if the same industry simultaneously rewarded scientists, media companies and organizations which disseminate the concept that there is no a ... Read on »
The Phoenicians: Autism Recovery Denial, Drug Profits and the Media’s Flat Earth by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 May 2011 12:00am Managing Editor's Note: We've run an updated version of this post by Adriana as a reminder of the current state of children's healthcare in America. Dismal. First, there was a new hire by Autism Speaks of a Pfizer Executive, which remains to be seen as either a godsend to deliver a new market to pharma or a route to real tre ... Read on »
The Phoenicians: Autism Recovery Denial, Drug Profits and the Media’s Flat Earth, 2012 by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Mar 2012 12:00am Managing Editor's Note: Here's yet another updated version of this post by Adriana Gamondes. Last May we told you that there was a new hire by Autism Speaks of a Pfizer Executive. This week AS made an announcement from the UK: Unprecedented Academic-Industry Collaboration Seeks New Drugs and Novel Treatments for Autism .  In ... Read on »
Getting to the Marathon Marathon by Melissa Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm So this is part one, but I will say, the marathon was painless and amazing, no wall, just fun, I had friends jump in with me at various points for over 19 miles of the course and talked the entire was through it.  Congrats to my fellow finishers, Jesse, Heather, Rev, Andrea, and Scott! The days leading up to the marathon were another story ... Read on »
Murder Ballad: Autism, Infanticide and the Pharma Footprint by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 12:00am By Adriana Gamondes If way to the better there be, it exacts a full look at the worst  ~ In Tenebris II, Thomas Hardy On the night of May 31st, another parent killed another child ( HERE ), this time only on the suspicion that the child had autism.   Stephanie Rochester hadn’t been worn down by financial desperatio ... Read on »
sometimes you just gotta shake your head, shrug and say, "whatever!" by Heather Heywood Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Jun 2011 9:18am ... and then maybe laugh a little bit... because, you know... what else can you do, really? so this morning, the boys got up before the alarm and came downstairs. asher stole my muffin, but bram asked nicely and got one from the kitchen. then i looked at the clock and realized the alarm hadn't gone off, and so i sent them back upstairs. bram d ... Read on »