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Chocolate contains a variety of chemicals some of which make us feel good by boosting our endorphins (those feel good hormones). Chocolate may also boost serotonin levels that help us to feel ... Read More »
Despite advances in understanding the neurobiology of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), we still must rely on behavioral manifestations of the condition to enable identification of children with ASD ... Read More »
Laugh long and often - laughter is without question the most powerful medicine available. Recent medical research has confirmed that laughter enhances the blood flow to the body's extremities, and ... Read More »
There are few feelings in the world that surpass that of knowing you helped someone - whether it's through a financial donation, or a mentoring program, or giving up your seat on a crowded bus. It ... Read More »
Autism is a brain function disorder resulting in impaired social interaction, difficulty with communication, and restricted and repetitive behavior. These symptoms start before a child is three years ... Read More »
Fibromyalgia doesn't get worse over time. It isn't a progressive disorder. However, you may experience flare ups when your symptoms seem worse. These can be the result of several factors including ... Read More »
Benign breast disease is found in many women and has no cancerous changes. Benign breast tissue can include cysts or benign lumps or masses. Most common benign tissue include fibrocysts or ... Read More »
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General: It is important to note that abuse is never the victim's fault. Oftentimes, victims feel as though they brought the abuse on themselves. They might feel like they did something wrong and ... Read More »
Childbearing loss evokes many emotions. You may feel buffeted and torn by confusion, relief, shame, anger, sorrow, fear, powerlessness, or despair. You may want those around you to comfort you ... Read More »
Research from Concordia University, Florida Atlantic University and the University of Vermont puts the importance of helping our children learn friendship-making skills up a notch. The three-year ... Read More »

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