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Epilepsy: A Life-long Disease or Merely a Symptom?0
Epilepsy: A Life-long Disease or Merely a Symptom?
Published: August 22, 2017 | 7 minute read

Ray’s Inspirational Journey With Epilepsy When Ray was born, his parents had no reason to believe he had a problem. An ultrasound during pregnancy had shown a low amount of amniotic fluid. After 20 hours of labor, a C-section was performed. At first, doctors noted he was a bit pale and lethargic, but felt he was well enough to be sent home. They had no idea he had epilepsy.

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Learning Problems and Developmental Delay: German [UPDATE]0
Learning Problems and Developmental Delay: German [UPDATE]
Published: August 3, 2017 | 8 minute read

The tall young man with the engaging smile stepped forth in the Valentine Auditorium to speak with the parents attending the What To do About Your Brain-Injured Child course. German and his parents had arrived on a hot June day to visit the staff and see the families. Fifteen year-old German lights up when describing his life and his love of math, languages, athletics and spending time with his friends.

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Why Dairy Products are Harmful for Your Child0
Why Dairy Products are Harmful for Your Child
Published: July 26, 2017 | 5 minute read

Some of our favorite “comfort foods” turn out to be very uncomfortable for the human body. When mothers come to us for nutritional help, the very first thing we do is eliminate all dairy products. This rarely makes us popular, but the reasons for so doing are compelling. The evidence that this is sound advice is clearly seen in the results with our children. We don’t mind being unpopular at the start because we know it won’t last long.

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Myths About Reading0
Myths About Reading
Published: July 20, 2017 | 5 minute read

Myths: reading early - especially with young children - the truth of the matter is that getting a child started reading as early as possible is a great thing! Learning to read in early development is one of the best things you can do for your child. Myth # 1 Children who learn to read before they go to school will be bored when they go to school This is not a myth.

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First Kids in the Forest0
First Kids in the Forest
Published: July 14, 2017 | 6 minute read

We live in a time where children no longer live in bare feet from April to September, climb trees, build forts, or play capture the flag until their parents order them in at night. Many children now live in a virtual world. Alan, a Senior Naturalist, armed with his camera and megaphone, welcomes visitors to The Pioneer Institute Does it have to be that way? Can our children get mud on their feet, have the thrill of climbing a tree and the joy of finding a nest with four little bluebirds?

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