The BMJ investigative unit has raised serious questions about the harm-benefit balance of the new drug Rexulti. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has fast tracked the approval of Rexulti, the first antipsychotic for […]
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A study released in early September indicated that aspartame (Nutrasweet) can cause cognitive disability in mice and this was in turn passed to their offspring. That press release was quickly followed by an impressive case […]
Newswise It’s been a hot summer, and it’s possible your kids have spent hours in a pool or lake trying to beat the heat. The thought of returning to classrooms – and keeping allergies and […]
Many Latitudes readers with children who are experiencing low self-esteem will find valuable suggestions in this video presented by Tamar Chansky, PhD. Dr Chansky is a licensed psychologist and Founder and Director of the Children’s […]
New guidelines are available for families considering using melatonin to assist in their child’s sleep. This topic often comes up at the start of every school year, but is a consideration year-round.
This year, our organization, Association for Comprehensive NeuroTherapy; www.Latitudes.org) received more questions about deep brain stimulation for severe tics than usual. The interest is no doubt due, in part, to a CBS News feature on […]
Larry Teich: As Latitudes.org has shown us for so many years, Tourette syndrome may cause some limitations, or expose personal differences, but there’s always hope for positive outcomes and a brighter future with love, support, […]
Newswise — New research published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry suggests that the microbial composition of the gut may affect a child’s susceptibility to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The human gastrointestinal tract hosts a large […]