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Thought for Food0
Thought for Food
Published: June 22, 2017 | 6 minute read

There are few things in life dearer to us than the food we eat. Few, if any of us have ever experienced starvation or been forced to live for long periods with little or no food. Instead we have been born into a world where food is plentiful. Vegetables are easy to prepare and very nutritious Our supermarkets provide a variety of food that is simply astonishing to those who come from countries where there are no such markets.

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Autism and Epilepsy: Matilde’s Amazing Journey Toward Wellness0
Autism and Epilepsy: Matilde’s Amazing Journey Toward Wellness
Published: June 22, 2017 | 5 minute read

During her pregnancy, Matilde’s mother found it difficult to eat because she was often nauseated. She needed frequent bed rest. In the seventh month, an ultrasound showed that the baby’s weight was low. Mother noted that during her pregnancy with Matilde’s older sister, the baby had kicked and responded more to sounds. After a painful labor, Matilde was born. During the first month, she was too quiet and rarely cried.

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Viral Encephalitis Then Coma: Little Kirin Loses Almost Everything -UPDATE0
Viral Encephalitis Then Coma: Little Kirin Loses Almost Everything -UPDATE
Published: June 7, 2017 | 6 minute read

Against the odds, can she fight her way back? How is she doing today? Kirin lost almost all her function – and her prognosis was poor. Kirin was a well child until the age of fifteen months, when she suddenly became ill and began to have one seizure after another. She was rushed to the hospital, and following a spinal tap and a CT scan she was diagnosed with viral encephalitis.

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Prematurity and Developmental Delay0
Prematurity and Developmental Delay
Published: May 25, 2017 | 4 minute read

Reo Embraces a Brighter Future Reo’s mother had a difficult pregnancy, and at sixth months the baby was born by emergency C-section. With a birth weight of one kilogram, the baby was cyanotic, jaundiced, and in respiratory distress. Reo in traditional kimono and hakama celebrating the New Year’s holiday. Here he is holding a cat figure that customarily welcomes visitors to the home. Reo’s mother had a difficult pregnancy, and at sixth months the baby was born by emergency C-section.

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Learning Problems Success Story: Haylie0
Learning Problems Success Story: Haylie
Published: May 11, 2017 | 6 minute read

A Letter from Haylie A young woman recalls her experience on The Institutes Program and how it changed her life Haylie writes a letter to her family. Dear Family and Friends, I am writing to thank you for all of your help with overcoming my brain injury. For the last couple of years I have made a lot of progress and I don’t think of myself as brain-injured anymore.

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