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Melatonin, an Effective Treatment for Chronic Insomnia in Children

Children that have difficulties falling or staying asleep may benefit from taking melatonin before bedtime, according to a new study in Clinical…

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Autism Spectrum Disorder & Food Allergies

Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a group of symptoms that affect proper brain development, resulting in learning disabilities and or…

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Childhood Trauma & Autoimmune Disease

Many things can determine the possibility that autoimmune disorders develop as we age. Genetics, nutrition, stress, toxic exposure and infections can…

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The Benefits Of Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a specialized treatment stemming from osteopathic roots, developed by John Upledger, DO. It is described as a hands-on…

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Gluten & Inflammation

Gluten intolerance, sensitivity, and allergy are all different forms of the body’s inability to process gluten. Numerous studies have addressed the…

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Mercury & Autism

Autism is complex. Complex enough to contain a wide spectrum of possible symptoms or issues. This is the reason that it is called Autism Spectrum…

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10 Ways to Say “No” Without Actually Saying It

Sean E. Heerey  ND, MA, CCC/SLP Parents and caregivers get tired of saying “No”. Children don’t want to hear the word “No”. Setting limits and…

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Lead Toxicity in Children – There Are No Safe Levels!



Sean E. Heerey ND, MA, CCC/SLP According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), acceptable Blood Lead Levels (BLLs) for children are <5mcg/dL.…

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Positive Ways to Communicate with Your Child

Sean E. Heerey  ND, MA, CCC/SLP The words we say have power. Sometimes it is not the words we say but how we say those words that communicates how we…

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Planning for a Successful School Year

Sean E. Heerey ND, MA, CCC/SLP Summer is a great time for children. Lots of free time and opportunities to be outdoors and play! The end of summer…

Do You Think You Might Have Lyme Disease?