Category: Pediatric

Why do babies cry?
The Anatomical and Physiological Changes During the Moments After Birth By George Malcolm Morley, MB, ChB, FACOG Smiles, relief, congratulations and applause do not begin when a child is born [...]
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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 [...]
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How Cord Clamp Injures Your Babies Brain
This paper describes a major error in modern obstetrical practice, namely, routine premature clamping of the umbilical cord. Some sections require medical knowledge for full comprehension and the language is [...]
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Dr. Roundy comes clean
In the last few months I’ve had several patients ask me what kind of patients I like to see.  Some have even asked what kinds of conditions I see that [...]
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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 [...]
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