Dear Sheila, I am writing to you because our family has been affected by Tourette’s Syndrome and I want to thank you for your work as an educator and advocate in this area. My son […]
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A parent asked that we revisit this article. These ideas were shared by a mom who hoped her family experience could be useful to others. She was dealing with children with immune problems, tics, anxiety, […]
After several years, a new set of medical guidelines for treating Tourette’s and chronic tic disorders was released. It fails miserably in meeting the needs of patients. The document, published in the leading medical journal […]
Editor: We received a request from a mother through our website Forums on Tourette Syndrome and Tics. She’s the type of mom who has already made some connection between tics and her daughter’s diet and […]
It’s confusing when the go-to pain reliever recommended by major medical groups and most physicians is found to be potentially unsafe for a fetus. Beyond that, red flags have also been raised about its use […]
Note: This article is technical. Many Latitudes.org readers are concerned about Lyme and related infections that can have severe consequences and are notoriously difficult to diagnose and treat. A September 2019 journal article explores different infectious […]
Eating foods that are high in sodium and low in potassium could increase symptoms of depression in adolescents.
This article focuses on the Irlen Method, developed to address Scotopic Sensitivity, also referred to as Irlen Syndrome. The material is adapted from the website of the Irlen Institute. Helen Irlen is an advisory board […]