Archive for June, 2011

Second Hand Smoke and Fake Food, Excerpt
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Second Hand Smoke and Fake Food, Excerpt

Excerpt From NourishMD.com from Dr. Sue McCreadie Filling our kids up with such fake food is costing them their health and happiness.  They are spurting, sputtering and breaking down with health, emotional and learning challenges like never before! 1 in 3 is overweight or obese (Source) 1 in 10 has asthma (Source) 1 in 10 […]

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Excerpt From The Huffington Post, Written by Lori Day As Gurian explains in his book, the primitive hunters men used to be were the product of hundreds of thousands of years of evolution. Spatially developed male brains resulted from physical interaction with the environment that allowed sensory input to stimulate the right hemisphere and build […]

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Asynchronous development and sensory integration intervention in the gifted and talented population, Excerpt
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Asynchronous development and sensory integration intervention in the gifted and talented population, Excerpt

Excerpt from Davidson Institute for Talent Development, written by Anne Cronin: Parents of children who develop differently are under different pressures and have many difficult decisions to make. As the internet makes information so accessible, families often find themselves in information overload when looking for resources for their child. Popular books like, The Out-of-Sync Child […]

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Diagnosed autism is more common in an IT-rich region

Originally posted via University of Cambridge: The Medical Research Council (MRC) funded study, published today in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, has important implications for service provision in different regions and for the ‘hyper-systemizing’ theory of autism. Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, Director of the Autism Research Centre (ARC) at the University of Cambridge, led […]

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