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Perspective and Bias in Autism Treatment

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July 19 2016 Let’s start this off by remembering the only hard and fast rules about treating a child with autism: 1. Nothing works for every child. 2. No one is more in tune with a child than a child’s … Continue reading

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Adult-Onset “Juvenile” Diabetes and the Vaccine Connection

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July 15, 2016 (Until very recently type 1 diabetes was referred to as “juvenile diabetes” because it usually struck young children, and type 2 diabetes was referred to as “late-onset diabetes” because it usually struck people who were middle-aged or … Continue reading

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Feed Your Children Well: How to Shop for Real Food in The Real World

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July 13, 2016 Real food. When people talk about eating real food, that brings many connotations to mind. Oftentimes people think of high-end stores filled with exotic sounding foods that cost a week’s pay or local farmers’ markets with bushels … Continue reading

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To the IACC: Feel the Frustration of the Community You Are Meant to Serve

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July 12, 2016 The Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) will be meeting on July 19, 2106. In the past, we at TMR have been highly critical of this committee and its lack of impact on the autism community. Well over … Continue reading

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Feed Your Children Well: “The Dirt Cure” by Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein

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July 6, 2016 One doesn’t have to look far to notice that, when it comes to the health of either people or the planet, food is Topic #1 these days.  Whether the goal is reversing obesity, diabetes, depression, heart disease, … Continue reading

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Who Will Be Most Affected by the “Vaxxed” Movement?

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June 16, 2016 In April, I eagerly anticipated the opening of Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe at the Tribeca Film Festival, riding that three-day roller coaster of excitement and disappointment. Later, like the majority of our community, I was geographically … Continue reading

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Gardasil: 10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor Before Vaccinating Your Tween

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June 13, 2016 I think it’s safe to call it Gardasil season now, right? It’s summer, and parents are starting to receive emails about “catch up” vaccines before September from their well-meaning (but mostly misinformed) school nurses. Gardasil emails have … Continue reading

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When Autism Recovery Doesn’t Happen: My Son Is 18, Autistic, and Not Recovered

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June 9, 2016 Autism recovery is a hot-button issue. Using this term could get you any number of reactions. Some people have never heard of the idea that someone could recover from autism and are intrigued. Others argue there is … Continue reading

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Thinking Grandparents: Generations Healing Autism with Love and Hope

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June 8, 2016 In 2013, we began our collective journey to heal our children. Quickly we realized, we could not do it alone. We applied our hearts, minds, money and time to their recovery. Our own parents watched as we … Continue reading

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Announcing TMR’s New Book: “Revolutionary Grandparents”!

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June 7, 2016 The Thinking Moms’ Revolution is proud to announce their new book Revolutionary Grandparents: Generations Healing Autism with Love and Hope. The following is from one of our nineteen amazing grandparents. All TMR proceeds from the book go … Continue reading

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