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Eating issues and a deaf child My daughter is 3 years old and since she started eating even baby food I have had issues with her.  It is usually a fight to get her to eat.  We have periods of where she won't give me any problems.  ...
May 12 2010 6:31am
I don't believe that there is a connect between eating and Connexin 26. Every child is d ... more
Jan 20 2011 7:49pm
Anyone know anyting about autoimmune inner ear disease? I had a sudden hearing loss in both ears last summer and after seeing an ENT, otologist and a rheumatologist, have been diagnosed with autoimmune inner ear disease.   Treatment with prednisone broug ...
Feb 06 2010 10:43pm
thanks for your reply.  I've had the ear shots in my bad ear, didn't bring back any hear ... more
Feb 13 2010 9:20am
Looking for kids/teen with Advanced Bionic Hi all,   I have a cochlear implant with Advanced bionic and I am also a photographer. I am looking for people who have kids through teenagers with Advanced Bionic.  Would you like have your k ...
Jun 12 2009 10:20am
You have really mentioned very good nad important things in your post.. Tia Smith ... more
Dec 15 2009 9:24pm
Drug Drug abuse has a strong hereditary component. However, new research suggests genetics and shared encironment have little impact when it comes to selecting a particular illegal drug. There are cases, ...
Feb 05 2009 1:54am
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Mar 01 2010 8:01pm
Avoid Swinging Arm Fat I inherited my mother's arms. I feel bad even writing that, because if she read it, her feelings would be hurt. The fact is, no woman wants to have flabby upper arms but unfortunately, it's often gene ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Motherhood and Obesity Age of onset of puberty appears to be linked to a child's risk of obesity. Children born to mothers who experienced an early puberty are far more likely to be obese (via BBC). If a woman had her firs ...
Apr 26 2007 10:22am
Isn't this a chicken and egg kind of thing? I thought the onset of menstruation was trigge ... more
Oct 08 2008 6:01am
Fat Nears Smoking As Cause Of Cancer Wow. I knew obesity caused all sorts of health problems including heart troubles and diabetes but I never thought of it in conjunction with cancer. This report on the CBS News web site caugh ...
Oct 31 2007 4:09pm
Portion Control Is A Successful Weight-Loss Method A recent study verifies the importance of portion control for weight loss. Obese subjects who used smaller "portion-control dishes" for six months lost 1.8 percent of their body weight versus 0.1 perc ...
Jul 08 2007 4:48pm
Has anyone used Lactagen? I've been Lactose Intolerant since I was 5. I've tried everything out there (lactaid, digestive advantage, dairy ease, etc.) and nothing worked. I was tired of having to take something everytime ...
Apr 27 2009 5:16pm
Hirschsprung's Disease Hirschsprungs Disease (congenital aganglionic megacolon) is a birth defect in which nerve cells in the wall of the large intestine do not develop. These nerve cells, called ganglion cells, control the ...
Aug 12 2009 9:36am