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 […]
Environmental and Nutritional Tips to Improve Your Family’s Health This feature highlights reports, studies, and feedback on efforts that can positively impact our quest for health. The topics we cover in this issue are listed […]
Rachel C: Just a month ago, I’d never heard of the Nemechek Protocol. I’m sharing this in case you haven’t either! I found out about it while reading reviews for a doctor who does nutritional […]
The public is aware of the focus put on high cholesterol levels by cardiologists. But, we don’t hear much about how low cholesterol levels can affect someone. Dr. William Shaw, Director of Great Plains Laboratory […]
Mosquitoes are more than a major nuisance, often causing significant skin reactions, and some people with skeeter syndrome are allergic to them. Commercial repellents abound, but what if there’s something we can do ourselves to […]
GF Mama My family has a concerning history of allergies, from grandparents to the youngest generation. My two boys react differently, and sometimes seriously, to cats, dogs, certain foods, and pollen. Wanting to learn more about […]
Editor: It was encouraging to current research from China on the important link between allergy and tics. This connection, long emphasized on Latitudes.org, is generally ignored by the scientific community. In this article we share […]