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Stuttering in Children

Stuttering in Children The best evidence available shows that at least 85 percent of all children who stutter will stop before adulthood. If the parents are still concerned, it is best to bring the child to a speech therapist to be examined and see if help is possible. Research has …

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How to Stretch your Chest

You may not have heard the term “pectoralis” before, but the pectoralis majors are the large muscles in your chest that you use for bench presses and similar exercises. For many muscles groups, to stretch them you just do a motion opposite of that which exercises them. The chest muscles …

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Hypnosis Guided Imagery to Treat Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a chronic, painful condition that has few effective treatment options. The majority of individuals with fibromyalgia are women, many of whom experience depression and/or anxiety in addition to the widespread pain, fatigue and stiffness common in fibromyalgia. With this knowledge, researchers have begun evaluating psychotherapeutic approaches to fibromyalgia …

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Inexpensive Cures for Sore Throat

There are a number of simple and inexpensive cures for sore throat. If, however, your sore throat continues and is accompanied by fever, swollen lymph nodes or white patches on the back of your throat – please seek immediate medical care! You can ease the discomfort of a sore throat …

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Asd or Congenital Heart Defects

Atrial Septal Defects (ASD) is one of the common congenital birth defects of the heart and accounts for almost 10% of all congenital heart lesions. It has a female to male prevalence ratio of 2:1 and emergence of its existence is delayed even up to the third decade in life. …

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Add – Yes

When my son was in kindergarten and first grade the teachers told me what a nice young man he was. At parent teacher conferences they raved how he’s so smart and well behaved. Suddenly he happened upon a teacher who didn’t seem to agree in second grade. It seemed my …

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