Tweet Share135 Pin2 StumbleShares 137 Our kids in America are sick and they’re getting worse. Just check out these statistics: Autism: 1 in 68 (source: CDC). And that’s probably a conservative estimate at based for kids born 8 years ago. Asthma: 8.6% of children (source: CDC) Food allergies: 8% of U.S. children (source: FARE) Type 2 diabetes, once a disease almost strictly for adults, has been
Tweet Share Pin5 StumbleShares 5Last week, in the news, I happened to catch this article: UMass researchers block Down syndrome chromosome Before I go further, I want to state that the ORIGINAL url for the article read as follows: “a-potential-end-to-down-syndrome-leaves-parents-torn” That’s what my bookmark says, but I guess it was too shocking, and so they changed the URL, claiming they “upgraded their content system.” (Yea,
Tweet Share Pin3 StumbleShares 3Success: At the teacher’s conference, I found out that the kids did a great job this year, but I was heartened to hear that Zoe is not just a great kid, she’s also a good friend and learning to have a heart of compassion. She was on the monkey bars one day when her best buddy in her class fell off.
Tweet Share Pin StumbleShares 0 Last week I read a post by a Autism Daddy called, “To The Parents That Say “I Wouldn’t Change My Kid For The World”, I Say Bulls–t!!” I was impressed by his heart-pounding honesty, but it truly made me think, and think hard. He complained that it was an absolute lie when parents said they wouldn’t cure autism. Now, granted,
Tweet Share Pin StumbleShares 0A few weeks ago, I was in my local library and found a copy of Jenny McCarthy’s “Louder Than Words”. As I thumbed through it, I saw that she owned “Special Diets for Special Kids” by Lisa Lewis, Ph.D. How cool to know that the recipes that helped her child are the same that I’m using! If your child is on