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Vaccines: Allergy, Autoimmunity, Autism, and More

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January 21, 2016  “The conception that antibodies, which should protect against disease, are also responsible for disease, sounds at first absurd.” — Clemens von Pirquet, 1906 A while back I wrote a blog stating that, while my own views on … Continue reading

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Federal Autism Policy: Big News and Action Alert!

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January 12, 2016 Spring of 2014, I sat in a conference room in Washington, D.C. with two other representatives of the newly formed Autism Policy Reform Coalition (APRC) and five highly paid lobbyists from Autism Speaks. We were there in … Continue reading

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Victory Over Autism – Practical Help for Families Seeking Recovery

Autism is so common these days (the latest estimate in the U.S. is 1 in 45 children) that the autism section of the bookstore or library doesn’t come close to resembling the autism section of 1975 when the autism rate … Continue reading

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Autism Reversal Toolkit: A New Book for Treatment of Autism Homeopathically

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Anyone who’s followed the Thinking Moms for any length of time is aware that, among other things, we use homeopathy to support health in ourselves and our children. Virtually all of us have found homeopathy to be a remarkable system … Continue reading

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Real Help for At-Risk Veterans

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We all intuitively know that returning veterans have a difficult time transitioning to civilian life, but most of us don’t appreciate just how difficult it can be.  Anywhere from 11 to 20% of all veterans who served in Iraq and … Continue reading

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The (R)evolution of Medicine is Here!

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I recently attended one of the most energizing and inspiring events I’ve ever been to, the launch of the second annual Evolution of Medicine Summit. The kickoff took place on September 16, the same night that three Republican candidates for … Continue reading

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Steve Silberman’s “NeuroTribes” Is Dangerously Misleading

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Steve Silberman, science journalist, contributing editor at Wired since 1999, and winner of the 2010 Science Journalism Award for Magazine Writing, is doing a tremendous disservice to the many people in this country severely affected by autism and their families. … Continue reading

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When Intuition Fails

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Zane Brodie Hampton 8/17/2002 – 8/19/2002  This originally ran three years ago.  Today is Zane’s thirteenth birthday. Since 2002 August has tended to be a very difficult month for me. This year, I realized on July 31 that August would … Continue reading

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What Role Does Aluminum Play in Alzheimer’s Disease? Help Fund Historic Research Study

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Aluminium is neurotoxic. Its free ion, Al3+ (aq), is highly biologically reactive and uniquely equipped to do damage to essential cellular (neuronal) biochemistry. This unequivocal fact must be the starting point in examining the risk posed by aluminium as a neurotoxin … Continue reading

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Rethinking What Makes a “Good Girl”

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Lately it has come to my attention (yet again) how very much the admonition to “be a good girl” has affected my life, and not for the better.  I strongly suspect that I am by no means alone on this, … Continue reading

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