“My son can’t seem to sit still.”
“She just stares off into space. It’s so difficult to get her to complete an simple assignment”.
Amanda Rocafort and her son Quintn in Woodstock, Ga. Quintn takes the medication Risperdal. (Photo Brian Meltz for The New York Times)
“I don’t get it. He does just fine . . . → Read More: Over Drugged and Under Played? Shocking Trends in ADHD Drug Use
The makers of Disney/Marvel brand vitamins have paid over $2.1 million dollars in refunds because the products did not contain the nutrients on the labels. The products were manufactured by Rexall Sundown, which has been involved in a number of poor quality vitamins. (Full story here)
Moral of the story: there is always a reason . . . → Read More: Disney Vitamins Safety Recall
From Barb Lagoni on Tuesday, July 31, ProductTalks call with some very important information.
Please join me in a discussion on nutritional support for people with Down Syndrome. Our guests will be Linda Orso, former Exec Director of Down syndrome Association of St Louis and mother of 34 year old daughter with Down syndrome. Ruth . . . → Read More: Nutritional Help for Downs Syndrome
Enter soy protein. Have you ever wondered why such a heavily studied food source is so controversial? . . . → Read More: Soy Protein- Miracle Food or Monster?
I don’t think that I can remember a time in history when there was so much discussion healthy kids(and heated debate) about health. The whole focus of the political debate has been on, not so much on real health, but on what happens after you get sick. . . . → Read More: The Ultimate Health Care Issue – You