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Tips For A Successful School Year

About this Event:  Learn how you can optimize your children’s brain in the classroom and at home with proper nutrition. Improve your children’s attention, concentration, mood, and more with the expert advice given. Speaker: Dr. Dorothy Kalyanapu Dorothy attended Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia after her undergrad studies at Penn State. She specializes in using diet, […]

Oct 21, 2017   |   No Comments »

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Boredom: How it Affects Someone With ADHD

Jeremy was a bright student who worked hard and succeeded academically. He was bored easily, but he loved to learn and had done exceptionally well at a prestigious university. As a result, Jeremy attained his dream of being accepted to med school. He expected that medical studies would be an extension of the smorgasbord of […]

Aug 28, 2017   |   60 Comments »

-3 Ways to Improve the Performance of ADD Students

3 Ways to Improve the Performance of ADD Students

So another school year has come and gone, and you’re totally discouraged and exhausted from seeing your child struggle through every class, every day. Despite your child’s best efforts, grades are mediocre to poor…or worse. Even though summer vacation is providing some relief from the day-to-day stress of helping your child stay on task with […]

Jun 08, 2017   |   No Comments »

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Does Dad’s Depression Affect His Children?

“Real men don’t cry.” That unhealthy stereotype can be particularly detrimental to men with a psychiatric condition. Since men learn from a young age to bottle up their emotions, they are far less likely than women to seek treatment for a mental illness. This is especially true of depression since women are diagnosed with the […]

May 30, 2017   |   No Comments »

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5 Critical Steps To Parenting A Difficult Child

Parenting a child is one of the most important responsibilities any of us ever undertake. Yet, it does not require any special training or prior experience. It has been said that parents make most of their mistakes with their first child, overcompensate with the second child, and finally get it right with the third child. […]

Aug 23, 2016   |   No Comments »

Soft Drinks Linked to Aggression in Younger Children

Although most people are aware of how unhealthy soft drinks are, American youth and adults continue to consume more per capita than any other country. Compelling evidence showing why conventional soft drinks don’t belong in the hands of young children came from a study published this past August in the Journal of Pediatrics, titled, “Soft […]

Sep 30, 2013   |   No Comments »

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