Category Archives: Crush

Dear Doctors: Please Do Your Job

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April 2, 2018 April is Autism Awareness Month. We’ve found over the years that only certain information gets into the mainstream when it comes to April’s “Awareness.” There is so much more to autism, and autism treatment, than you will … Continue reading

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Autism is a Crisis Requiring Urgent Solutions across the Spectrum

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January 17, 2017 The other day, I shared a blog regarding the current autism rates to my personal Facebook page. I shared it because I find it infuriating that we are still in a place where we are downplaying both the … Continue reading

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The Anti-Vaccine Movement Shows Why Mainstream Media Is Broken

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January 10, 2017 This was written in response to an opinion piece published in the Washington Post entitled “The Anti-Vaccine Movement Shows Why Facebook Is Broken.” I think it’s rather amusing that everyone in the mainstream media and medical community … Continue reading

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Shut Up, Judi

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October 31, 2017 This morning another TMR friend shared this story about a lady who was upset over the Teal Pumpkin Project. For those who don’t know what that the Teal Pumpkin Project is, the basic idea is that families … Continue reading

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Children Sacrificed on the Altar of the Vaccine Program

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September 26, 2017 For those who believe in the system that says it’s okay to kill some babies for the sake of the Greater Good (vaccines)—because that’s really the bottom line—I want you to think about those families for a … Continue reading

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I’m Thankful for Random Strangers

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In 2007, I was working for a travel company coordinating group vacations.  I spent a good amount of time with each group, working on hotel choices, planning activities, coordinating flights, and getting to know the travelers.  I happened to have … Continue reading

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The Great Autism Gift Scramble

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When my daughter was very young, and deep in the bowels of autism (the screaming sixteen hours a day kind of autism), there was only one thing that brought her peace: Disney’s Aladdin. Over and over again, Robin Williams to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Almost Autism: Recovering Children from Sensory Processing Disorder

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I’ve been sitting here debating whether or not it is appropriate to start a book review with “STOP WHATEVER YOU ARE DOING, AND GO GET THIS BOOK!”   I don’t know the exact etiquette of book reviews, but surely if that’s … Continue reading

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New Information: Vaccines’ Efficacy May Be Affected by Gut Bacteria

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While doing some reading, I came across a very interesting article regarding vaccine efficacy and the gut, titled, “Researchers Link Vaccine Effectiveness To Gut Bacteria,” based on a study titled “TLR5-Mediated Sensing of Gut Microbiota Is Necessary for Antibody Responses … Continue reading

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