Tag: autism


Apr

02

2010

Autism and Vitamin D – The Vitamin D Council

The Vitamin D Newsletter April 2, 2010 Update on Autism and Vitamin D This is a periodic newsletter from the Vitamin D Council, a non-profit trying to end the epidemic of vitamin D deficiency. If you want to unsubscribe, go to the end of this newsletter. If you are not subscribed, you can do so on the Vitamin D Council’s website. Swedish Researchers on the...

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Feb

22

2010

Dr. Dan Murphy – Did You Know?

Spinal stiffness was linked to visceral pathology with nearly 100% accuracy based upon sympathetic innervation.  (Medical Times, 1921) 1,000 capsules of Tylenol in a lifetime doubles the risk of end stage renal disease. (New England Journal of Medicine, 1994) The average time for a whiplash-injured patient to achieve maximum improvement is 7 months 1 week. (Spine, 1994) 93% of patients with chronic whiplash pain who...

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Jan

29

2010

Autism, ADD/ADHD and Related Disorders – is a common childbirth practice to blame?

Introduction Autism is one of several behavioral and developmental disorders exhibiting defects in learning, language and behavior that merge, in the more severe cases, into mental deficiency. No specific brain lesion, anatomical or metabolic, has been defined as causal and the diagnosis is purely clinical (based on observed symptoms). However, children with brain lesions due to the disorder tuberous sclerosis are at particularly high risk...

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Jan

29

2010

Autism & Chiropractic: Improvement in a child

A documented case study published on March 24th, 2008, in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, showed the improvement of a 3-1/2 year old girl who was diagnosed with autism a year earlier. In this case the girl initially could not speak or communicate with anyone except through screaming and tantrum like outbursts. This young girl did not socialize at all with others her age...

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Feb

04

2008

Autism

by Dr. Viera Scheibner and Bronwyn Hancock BSc. There has been a fair degree of publicity recently, more in some parts of the world than others, in relation to the research that has linked the MMR vaccine to autism. What is the most publicized is that UK researcher DR Andrew Wakefield and his group of researchers studied children who developed Crohn’s disease and autism and...

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