It’s discouraging and sometimes life-threatening to suffer from depression and not respond to treatment. Then along comes a simple, safe intervention that can last for several weeks.
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, […]
Three-year-old siblings exposed to antidepressants in pregnancy show increased anxiety symptoms compared to their unexposed siblings. This was found in a new study by researchers from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH), the University […]
A LETTER FROM TRACY’S MOTHER When our daughter, Tracy, was exhibiting complex tics at age seven, our neurologist identified the problem immediately as Tourette Syndrome—which we had already done on our own—and sent us on our […]
Environmental and Nutritional Tips to Improve Your Family’s Health This feature highlights reports, studies, and feedback from families on efforts that can make a positive impact in our quest for health. Topics we cover in this […]
WILLIAM WALSH, PHD Sheila Rogers DeMare: Dr. William Walsh, founder and president of the Walsh Research Institute, is an international expert on nutrient-based psychiatry, including approaches to methylation. We posed several questions to him that had […]
The American Academy of Pediatrics has decided that kids as young as four years of age can be labeled as having Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD). The Academy recommends that they be given ADHD drugs after behavioral […]
Environmental and Nutritional Tips to Improve Your Family’s Health This feature highlights reports, studies, and feedback from readers on efforts that can make a positive impact in the quest for health. We invite you to […]