Monthly Archives: September 2012

How Do I Get This Kid to Eat?? Ways to Overcome Picky Eating (Guest Post)

Do you have a child that will not eat anything of a particular color. Does your child live on cheese and peanut butter alone? Picky eaters can quickly worry a parent into the ground. You know your little one needs … Continue reading

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Protein & Behavior: A Simple Solution?

Although in the past some emphasis has been given to changing the diet of individuals with Autism diagnoses, some evidence suggests that all children may benefit from improved diet- defined by this article as increased protein and nutrients. This particular … Continue reading

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Dealing with Teenage Anxiety (Guest Post)

Those who can clearly recall their teen years will remember the uncomfortable amount of anxiety they probably felt on a daily basis. While most teens suffer from anxiety from time to time, some children have more trouble dealing with the … Continue reading

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Anesthesia Could Impact Child Development

An Australian study, published in Pediatrics, suggests than even one exposure to anesthesia could impact a child’s learning and later development, particularly involving language. Researchers followed just under 2,900 children from pregnancy through middle childhood and noted that those who … Continue reading

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