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Depression, Due Process, Poetry, Gut Bacteria, and More
Saturday, September 20th, 2014 by 76Trombones
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DEPRESSION. Of those who respond to our profile survey as newsletter subscribers, 41 percent rank depression as a "very important" factor in regard to their twice-exceptional children. By contrast, anxiety is ranked as very important by 71 percent; OCD by just 22 percen... Read more
Exercise, Autism Intervention, GHF Anniversary, and More
Friday, September 12th, 2014 by 76Trombones
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GIFTED HOMESCHOOLERS FORUM is observing 10 years of service to the families of gifted and twice-exceptional children. You can read more about the anniversary here, or visit the group's website here. Congratulations to GHF And does this mean that Corin is now 10 years older than w... Read more
10 Healthy Meals for Your Child's Lunch Box
Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014 by eHealthGuide
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Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Ham and cheese sandwiches. Lunchables. Do these common lunch box foods sound familiar to you as a parent? School-aged children need a healthy lunch to help get them through the day—breakfast only goes so far. Cereal and other standard ... Read more
Depression: What You Should Know & Look For
Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 by eHealthGuide
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On August 11, 2014, beloved actor and comedian Robin Williams was pronounced dead after an apparent suicide. Friends and family who knew him best said the 63-year-old actor had been dealing with, and was recently treated for, clinical depression that may have stemmed from fina... Read more
Getting Enough Vitamin D? Signs & Symptoms You're Not
Friday, August 8th, 2014 by eHealthGuide
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Have you been experiencing muscle weakness, fatigue, bone pain and mood swings? If so, you could have a vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D is classified as both a vitamin and a hormone. As a vitamin, it appears in fortified foods and in supplements. Once ingested, however, the ... Read more
Swap Fat Foods for Fit Foods
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 by eHealthGuide
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There is nothing like a good burger, hot dog, steak, or slice of cheesy pizza. Even though we know they are bad for our health, we indulge in these foods because they are tasty and satisfy our brain’s pleasure center—we rarely consider such consequences as obesit... Read more
There’s Nothing “Humerus” about Fracturing your Funny Bone!
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 by Carolyn Collman
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Five weeks ago my life changed in an instant when, while running fast downhill on an uneven rocky trail, I tripped on a rock and tumbled down hard, landing directly on my left elbow on a rock. The impact felt like someone had strucka hammer against the back of my elbow and I sens... Read more
Upcoming Fibromyalgia Seminar: In Lombard, Illinois? I hope you can make it!
Wednesday, July 16th, 2014 by despitelupus
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Would you like to learn more about managing fibromyalgia Attend a freeGet Educatedpresentation onWhy I Hurt The Truth Behind Fibromyalgia" at the NUHS Whole Health Center - Lombard.WhenMonday July 28th at 700pmWhereNUHS Whole Health Center - Lombard 200 E Roosevelt Rd Lombar... Read more
Mesothelioma: The Deadly Lung Cancer that Now Plagues Many Women
Sunday, May 11th, 2014 by Carolyn Collman
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In honor of National Womens Health Week I wanted to put a spotlight on Mesothelioma, a rare, deadly form of lung cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. This deadly disease, which destroys the lining of the lung, was once thought to plague mostly men who work in construction and m... Read more
Staying fit on Vacation – Part II
Thursday, April 17th, 2014 by Carolyn Collman
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In our previous post, travel expert Kendra Thornton and I wrote about staying fit and healthy when traveling. In this second part post, Kendra gives specifictips for healthy family vacation travel. Now that Spring has arrived, visions of summer vacations are dancing in my head. B... Read more
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