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Dear Governor Brown: I Am a Pro-Vaccine Parent Who Strongly Opposes SB 277

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(A reader posted this thoughtful letter to Governor Jerry Brown to our Facebook page, and we thought it was so good, we wanted to share it with a wider audience. SB 277 has passed through the California State Assembly and … Continue reading

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GemIIni Series Part 3 – Adventures in Language Acquisition

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We have been using GemIIni for 2 months now, and I am officially amazed. As you know from previous blogs, Danniah’s speech and language development has been anything but typical or expected. We’ve tried many things, and it has been … Continue reading

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Thinking Moms’ Guide to Red Flags – Visual Processing Disorders

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What are visual processing disorders?  According to ld.online.org, which bills itself as “The educators’ guide to learning disabilities and ADHD”:   “A visual processing, or perceptual, disorder refers to a hindered ability to make sense of information taken in through the … Continue reading

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SB 277 Even Bars California Lawmakers From Sending Their Children to Daycare, School

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In a hearing on Tuesday, June 9 about SB 277, a bill proposed to abolish non-medical vaccine exemptions in California, California’s Assembly Member, Autumn Burke, a Democrat who represents District 62, publicly revealed that her 11- month-old is being vaccinated … Continue reading

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James Williams, an Adult with Autism, Speaks about His Medical Issues

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At the AutismOne Conference in 2013, I met James Williams, an adult with autism who speaks around the country, a professional recorder player and music technician, and the author of two novels on autism, Out to Get Jack, and The H.A.L. … Continue reading

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The Guilt of NOT ‘Doing It All’ for Your Child

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I am currently reading Norman Doidge’s latest book, The Brain’s Way of Healing: Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity. It is a follow-on from his bestselling, The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the … Continue reading

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Thinking Moms’ Guide to Red Flags – Chronic Drool

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So all babies drool. According to every imaginable pediatric expert there is, drooling is a normal occurrence in all children up until around age two. Infants do not develop full control of swallowing and the muscles of the mouth until … Continue reading

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MitoSynergy: The Connection to Copper Toxicity in our Drinking Water and in Dietary Supplements

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MitoSynergy: Improving Cell Respiration With Molecular Electron Nutrition A FREE Webinar June 25th, 2015 12 noon-1 p.m. EST REGISTER HERE   The connection to copper toxicity in our drinking water and in dietary supplements. We know the life force in … Continue reading

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Texans for Vaccine Choice Reacts to the AMA’s New Vaccine Exemption Policy

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As an ad hoc organization representing over 1,300 Texas families, Texans for Vaccine Choice is dismayed by the recent change announced by the American Medical Association regarding a patient’s right to opt out of immunizations. Inserting itself into legislative policy-making, … Continue reading

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Educational Strategies: What You Need to Know to Help Your Child Learn Successfully

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On average, our kids are in school for seven hours per day, five days a week.  Show of hands — as you are reading this, how many of you know what kinds of strategies your children’s teachers are using to … Continue reading

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