Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Taming Of The Candy Monster — Or Is It More Than That?

Halloween signals the beginning of “food season” for most Americans. As your children go trick or treating or attend a fall festival, developing a comprehensive strategy to lower sugar intake … Full Entry »

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Kevin And Clint Black’s Fight Against Rett

Sitting in the living room of Michael and Kenna Seiler’s home in The Woodlands feels comfy and welcoming. Eleven-year-old Ethan sits at his computer as Michael returns from an afternoon … Full Entry »

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Domestic Violence: So, You Know Someone In A Violent Or Controlling Relationship…

One of the most difficult places to be is outside looking into a violent or controlling relationship. One sees the pain in the victim’s eyes and sometimes written all over … Full Entry »

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Get The Lead Out For Health, Intelligence And A Brighter Future

What if you knew of a way to improve a child’s intelligence, school performance, grades, attention span, coordination and sports performance while reducing the chances of ADHD? Sound too good … Full Entry »

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A Mother’s Story — Raising An Infant With A Heart Defect: Part 3 Of 6

Our introduction into the amazing world of parenthood… and then our abrupt reality check in the form of a life-threatening congenital heart defect & the successful medical interventions taken at … Full Entry »

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