Tag Archives: ADHD

A Chain Reaction – Lipid Imbalances, Emotional Dysregulation and ADHD

 May 16, 2017 By Dr. Gali Artzi, director of scientific affairs at VAYA Pharma, maker of Vayarin® PS-Omega-3 medical food When you think of places in the body where fat is concentrated, you might think of the hips, thighs, or … Continue reading

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FREE Online Conference – ADHD: Extensive Options for Treatment across Childhood and Adolescence

The Thinking Moms’ Revolution is proud to announce our upcoming FREE Online Conference:    ADHD Extensive Options for Treatment across Childhood and Adolescence   Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. EDT   We have in incredible lineup of diverse … Continue reading

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ADHD, PANDAS and Myself: Finding the Best Version of Me

September 23, 2013 On this blog I’m known as Trinity, which is the name of the main character in one of the stories I’m writing, not my real name. As I type this, I am sitting next to five Thinking … Continue reading

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Autism, ADHD and Why I Don’t Allow Food Reinforcers in School

(This was originally published on November 24, 2014. We’re rerunning it today for Throwback Thursday because it’s such an important concept for autism therapists.) Food is a popular choice as a positive reinforcer in schools and during autism therapy sessions. … Continue reading

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Desert Farms Essay Contest: Win 6-Month Supply of Camel Milk!

The original deadline for submissions was August 20. Desert Farms has asked us to rerun this with an extended deadline as they didn’t get many submissions over the summer. Now that people are back to their normal routines, we hope … Continue reading

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Independence and Autism: Viva la Revolution!

(This blog originally ran on July 4, 2012 — Independence Day) “Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people . . . . This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments, and … Continue reading

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GMOs and the Rise in Allergies, Superbugs and Childhood Diseases

How long have you been concerned about genetically modified foods (GMOs)? Jeffrey Smith is a consumer advocate who has opposed the use of genetically modified foods since they were introduced in the 1990s. An activist who works with organic food … Continue reading

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Special-Needs Students, College and the Most Special, Not Needy Student of Them All!

My eldest goddaughter leaves for college this week. I am not handling it well. To say the least. You see, although I am blessed to have three beautiful goddaughters, ranging in age from 18 to one, whom I love from … Continue reading

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The Hidden Roots of a “Mental” Illness: Food Allergies

When my son Henry and his twin brother were 14 months old, the tantrums began. It was a little sooner than average, but I assumed this was due to having three boys ages three and under. Less Mommy to go … Continue reading

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Autism, Reflex Integration and The Brain: Building New Connections With MNRI

I have two children. One is on the spectrum with anxiety and sensory processing challenges.  The second (unofficially) has ADHD and some sensory issues.  We have been working on recovery for more than four years.  We have spent that time trying … Continue reading

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