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Just Say No to ADHD Meds

Editor’s note: 11% of children (20% of all boys) are diagnosed with ADHD. Most are medicated because parents are told it is chronic and lifelong and drugs are the “best chance” to get kids on track. Did you know that side effects include psychosis and death? This is Part 1 in a two part series that explores pragmatic steps for parents saying no to ADHD meds as a first-line
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Is Your “Difficult” Child Hypoglycemic?

By Mary Coyle, DIHom, Special Contributor to Fearless Parent Summer is a time for family gatherings. It is also a time for occasionally intriguing, sometimes contentious conversations on the art of child-rearing. One of these lively discussions occurred between my brother and me while observing the penguins at the zoo with our children last July. Nearby, we heard the sound of loud wailing. We turned
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