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ADHD: Myths vs. Facts

Despite overwhelming scientific evidence endorsed by the most prestigious medical organizations in the world, there is still a multitude of inaccurate information circulating about Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), leading to confusion and even doubt among those who are uninformed or misinformed. The recognition of ADHD Awareness Month in October presents a …

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DO YOU EAT LOW CARB FOOD? WHAT IS IN THE PLAN BESIDES BACON? A SIMPLE ONE-WEEK LOW CARB MEAL PLAN

YOU EAT LOW CARB? WHAT DO YOU EAT BESIDES BACON? A SIMPLE ONE-WEEK LOW CARB MEAL PLAN DISCLOSURE: I am NOT a doctor or healthcare professional. I am; however, under the care of a doctor who recommended I read the book, “Why We Get Fat and What to do About …

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After Bariatric Surgery: How does the Benefits Last forever?

Improvements in measures of cardiovascular stamina and reductions in musculoskeletal pain have been well-characterized among adults who had bariatric surgery. In a recent study, Ryder and colleagues[1] sought to evaluate similar outcomes among adolescents who had bariatric surgery at five US medical centers to determine whether adolescents with severe obesity …

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Superhero mad little boy with cerebral palsy could have chance to walk if

The family of a superhero-obsessed six-year-old born with cerebral palsy are hoping to raise £16,000 for a “life-changing operation” to give him a chance to walk. Lucas Stafford, from New Mills, Derbyshire, has spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy, which means he cannot walk or do things other children take for granted …

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My daughter has my eyes, my hair and my ADHD

My mother wisely warned me that it is naive for young parents to imagine that their children will inherit only the traits they most admire in their spouses and themselves. She advised us to be realistic about the beautiful creatures we created and reminded us that our children are every bit …

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Woman lost her job after she diagnosed Breast Cancer

A New Jersey woman who is suing her former employer claims she was fired one day after revealing she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. NJ.com reported that Carmela Flynn, 49, filed the lawsuit against the partners at November & Nunnink in Bergen County Superior Court. The lawsuit names supervising …

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Report confirms Oreo products can cause Dairy allergy

MARYLAND –A local grocery chain has announced a voluntary recall of some Oreo varieties, due to allergy concerns. EAST HANOVER, N.J. – Two types of Oreo cookies are being pulled off store shelves after parent company Mondelēz issued a voluntary recall due to allergy risk. The company failed to list milk as …

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