The Great Misdiagnosis of ADHD in Children

When the CDC, the Center for Disease Control, reports that 11% of children in school are diagnosed as being affected by attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), smart people in the academic and medical worlds start to see a disturbing trend. Either there is something in our environment, in our food, or in the vaccines and…

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Are Doctors Too Quick to Choose Surgery for Childhood Ear Infections?

Should children really have to undergo anesthesia and surgery to correct ear infections? It’s well-known that any surgery that requires anesthesia carries serious risks. And our children’s young, small bodies are prime targets for surgery or anesthesia gone wrong. Through the years, the medical community has considered surgery for ear infections a cookie-cutter, production line…

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How Do You Know if Your Child Has ADHD?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, seems to be the diagnosis of choice for many doctors and pediatricians these days. And the typical treatment for children said to be afflicted with ADHD is the prescribing of stimulants like Adderall and Ritalin. These stimulants have significant side-effects that affect your child, like loss of appetite, weight…

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