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Childhood Vaccination Outcomes

Posted Apr 8, 2013

Dr. Chappell, Chappell Chiropractic Wellness Center, Traverse City, MI discusses an article on /childhood vaccination outcomes. Research presented in this article from Health Freedom Alliance states that children who have been vaccinated are five times more prone to disease than unvaccinated children. For more health and wellness tips, visit http://www.chappellhealth.com

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Causes of ADHD-like symptoms (from S.A.N.T.A.- Stimulants Are Not The Answer)

Posted Jul 16, 2012

www.santa.inuk.com/indexpage.htm   Identifying the underlying problems triggering ADHD-like behavior. · emotional problems · educational problems · lifestyle problems · nutritional problems · prescription drugs · drugs taken recreationally (including prescription drugs) · medical problems   Emotional problems The range of emotional problems that can produce ADHD-like behavior is vast but often overlooked. For instance, infant […]

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Children with ADHD vs. Chiropractic Perspective and Theory; Part 2

Posted Jul 16, 2012

(Reprinted from the August 2002 issue of the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association)   By Nataliya V. Schetchikova, PhD   ADHD and Diet While clinical evidence and small studies suggest that neurological and chiropractic treatment and optometric training may be effective in treating patients with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and learning disabilities by […]

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Children with ADHD Medical vs. Chiropractic Perspective and Theory; Part 1

Posted Jul 16, 2012

(Rreprinted from the July 2002 issue of the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association)   By Nataliya V. Schetchikova, PhD   Drug abuse is a horrifying subject for many American parents. But it has a special meaning for the parents of about 8 million children who are labeled with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. […]

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Nerves and Nutrition: Alternative Strategies for Dealing with ADD/ADHD

Posted Jul 16, 2012

Dr. Greg and Lyn Chappell   Concern is growing around the escalating use of psycho stimulant drugs for Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). This is particularly true in Michigan as it ranks as one of the highest in the nation in Ritalin usage. Doris Rapp,M.D., author of “Is This Your […]

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Writing May be on Wall for Ritalin

Posted Jul 16, 2012

By Kelly Patricia O’Meara omeara@insightmag.com   A lawsuit challenging the validity of the science behind mental illness and psychotropic drugs will have repercussions for drug makers as well as for the mental-health establishment.   Hardly a mention was made in the national media concerning the class-action lawsuit filed in May by the Dallas law firm […]

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Is Your Child Troubled or Gifted?

Posted May 23, 2012

IS YOUR CHILD TROUBLED OR GIFTED? Dr. Greg and Lyn Chappell Many of us are aware of the dangerous side effects and addictive qualities of Ritalin. Yet, every day, over a million and a half kids, labeled as A.D.D. or A.D.H.D. will line up for their midday dose. Why are 5-8% of our school age […]

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Second Brain – Manage your gut and gut flora

Posted May 23, 2012

Monday, October 10, 2011 by: Paul Fassa (NaturalNews) Your mind is your most important asset, but it can become your worst enemy. And your gut may be your most important organ when it comes to mental health. The awareness of intestinal flora deficiencies as the root causes of a wide spectrum of mental problems is […]

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Omega-3 Benefits Your Baby’s Brain and Eyes

Posted May 23, 2012

Dr. Mercola’s Comments, Excerpted from www.mercola.com The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) confirmed that omega-3 fats benefit eye and cognitive development in babies, but stopped short of recommending additional supplementation. Their reasoning was that babies acquire most of the omega-3 fat DHA from breast milk, which appeared to contain an adequate supply of this healthy […]

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Writing May be On Wall for Ritalin

Posted May 23, 2012

By Kelly Patricia O’Meara omeara@insightmag.com   A lawsuit challenging the validity of the science behind mental illness and psychotropic drugs will have repercussions for drug makers as well as for the mental-health establishment. Hardly a mention was made in the national media concerning the class-action lawsuit filed in May by the Dallas law firm of Waters […]

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