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ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Antipsychotic drugs are prescribed during almost one in three of all visits kids and teens make to psychiatrists in the United States, according to a new study, up from about one in eleven during the 1990s. Much of that...
Tags: Autism, Medical Research, Family, Arts and Culture, ADHD
WGNO NewsElementary school students in Luling are pulling their resources together to help one of their classmates fight for his life. Vanessa Bolano has the story. 8-year-old Alex Oxford is back at Mimosa Park Elementary in Luling after weeks of being absent....
“The Obama White House is twice as bad as the Nixon White House ever was at cover-ups. Everything that gets done, President Obama wants to cover it up, and then he tries to turn around and blame it on somebody else. He’s the biggest con artist...
Does the policy for special needs guests at Six Flags Over Texas need a second look? One Keller family thinks yes. They say a fun family outing turned it a flop. Six Flags Over Texas is bound to be a big destination for North Texas families leading into...
firstname.lastname@example.org“Good. Happy. Excited.” That’s what Zach Sherman said he was feeling after a graduation ceremony Thursday morning for students in Marshall Street School and the Job Development Program. That appeared to be a sentiment shared by several...
As their 5-year-old daughter, Jacey, and her older sister, Natalie, 7, got in their starting positions for the 25-meter backstroke, their parents, Tiffany and Robert Regan, said they wished the circumstances were different. Jacey, who was diagnosed...
Tags: Swimming, Autism, Culture, Health, Arts and Culture
A simple “pull-to-sit” test on infants at six months old may help doctors predict autismand other delays, a new study has found. The study by Kennedy Krieger Institute researchers looked at infants at high genetic risk for autism and found...
As recently seen on Living Healthy Chicago, we investigate how a cluttered home or office affects your mind or mood. Here is more information from Joyce Marter of Urban Balance. Is a Cluttered Home Cluttering Your Mind? By Joyce Marter, LCPC,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's 10:30 a.m. on a Tuesday, an hour and a half into Michael Thomson's daily therapy. Three and a half hours left to go. Lined up before him are three plastic blocks and a toy hippopotamus. "Which one is different?" asks the therapist, seated on the...
CHARITY TOURNAMENTS May 10: The CT Capitals Tournament at Manchester CC. Registration 11 a.m.; shotgun scramble start 12:30 p.m. Entry fee is $115 and includes greens fee, cart, dinner, beverages, raffles, prizes and silent auction. Proceeds benefit...
Forum Publishing GroupWhen it comes to booking a specialized camp for your special child, the earlier the better. Some schedules are already filled, such as the unique camp for those with MSUD, a rare metabolic problem known as maple syrup urinary disease, at Vee Bar Ranch...
For eight years, Renee Gordon's son, Alex, has been attending Camp Greentop, a summer getaway in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains for people with disabilities. Now Gordon is now spearheading a campaign with Michael Hettleman to raise $1 million for the...
Tags: Autism, Pikesville, Health, First Aid, Seizures
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