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Preventing autism

August 10, 2015

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Preventing autism by Dr. Larry Wilson — Autism, a serious behavioral disorder among young children, is now occurring at epidemic rates. According to a recent article by Donald Miller, M.D., autism is diagnosed in about one of every 400 girls and one in every 100 boys. This article discusses natural approaches for helping autistic children and, […]

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Trimethylglycine (TMG) to the Rescue

June 1, 2013

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by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Many people believe or were taught that diet alone provides adequate nutrition and that we do not need to take nutritional supplements. I, too, believed this at one time. However, years of experience as a physician proved me wrong. Our food supply today is low in nutrients — even the […]

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Detoxification for health

April 2, 2013

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by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Detoxification is the removal of waste matter from the body. Most of the waste matter is comprised of toxic chemicals and toxic metals, although other kinds of toxins are also eliminated. Detoxification is a critical bodily function that occurs 24 hours a day. You would soon die if anything went […]

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School’s out for summer

September 26, 2012

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by Mary M. Ernsberger —  “School’s out for summer. School’s out forever. School’s been blown to pieces.” When these lyrics were performed by Alice Cooper in 1972, school violence was a rare occurrence. The song continues with, “No more pencils. No more books. No more teacher’s dirty looks. Out for summer. Out ‘til fall. We […]

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Twin epidemics of Lyme and autism

September 7, 2012

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by Tami Duncan —  Lyme is the fastest growing infectious disease in the U.S. It is also one of the most politically fraught, with autism a close second. “The patients and parents with autistic kids are ahead of the government’s advisory agencies on this,” said Dr. Rick Melde, a Wickenburg, Ariz., family physician. “The number […]

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Mass Vaccination

August 3, 2012

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by Dr. Larry Wilson — New epidemics have exploded around the world, but only in places where mass vaccination was or is practiced. These include AIDS, Gulf War syndrome, attention-deficit disorder, sudden infant death syndrome, increased violence, learning disorders, delayed development and perhaps the worst, autism. This article is a continuation of last issue’s vaccination […]

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Molds and vaccinations: Recipes for disaster

July 31, 2012

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by Dr. Steven Siegel —  You might be wondering what molds and vaccines could possibly have in common. The answer is that they both contain remnant, residual byproducts called biotoxins that can continue to recirculate in the body, eliciting an immune response. In fact, it’s not an immune deficiency that most people assume underlies their […]

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Autism: Shifting the paradigm

March 5, 2012

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by Kymla J. Eubanks —  One in every 150 children born in the United States will fall somewhere on the autism spectrum (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2007). We are presented with the opportunity to shift the paradigm by adapting our world to fit these children if we view their needs from a higher […]

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Recognizing mercury’s toxicity

March 5, 2012

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The United States agreed to join an international treaty to reduce mercury emissions. At the international forum in Nairobi, Kenya, in February 2009, the current Obama administration described mercury pollution as the world’s gravest chemical problem. This represents a 180-degree change in existing government policy. Mercury is a heavy metal, known to damage the human […]

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Can nutrition prevent brain disorders in children?

February 28, 2012

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by Jan Katzen-Luchenta —  Some of the children walked up to the stage; others limped or ambled proudly, using walkers or braces. Several, confined to wheelchairs, rolled their way through the crowded rehearsal hall and up the ramp to take their places center stage. As the syncopation of “Stomp” filled the space, inspired but uncoordinated […]

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Pediatric Oriental medicine and acupuncture

February 27, 2012

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by Dr. Steven Cooner —  Oriental medicine and acupuncture are among the CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) therapies most frequently recommended by internists and family physicians and are currently practiced in more than 140 U.S. hospitals. An examination of 43 pain clinics in North American children’s hospitals revealed that approximately one-third offered acupuncture services. Most […]

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Functional medicine is the big picture approach

February 24, 2012

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by Dr. Martha Grout —  The functional approach to healing does not fit into the existing Western medical paradigm with its one-size-fits-all approach to disease management. But it is the future of medicine because it is a rational approach to explaining what went wrong and how to fix it. Conventional medicine usually takes the small […]

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Helping autism spectrum disorders by opening the lymph/brain connection

February 24, 2012

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by John Ossipinsky —  If you have a child with learning disabilities or who is on the autism spectrum, you must learn how to open his lymph/brain connection. When you look at autism spectrum disorders, you read a lot about protein abnormalities. What we are not seeing is how the lymphatic system, a sewage-treatment plant […]

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