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7 Posts by KidsMisdiagnosed

One of the Many Drugs to Avoid

In general, drugs wreak havoc on one’s body.  I know there’s a place for drugs in medical science and for…..

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2015 is the Year to Drive your Health

The American Recall Center has proclaimed 2015 the year to Drive Your Health. Kids Misdiagnosed couldn’t agree more! With so…..

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Basic Two Types of Food Allergies

Requesting your child’s very own “at-home” food intolerance screening kit (or any of our other screening & test kits) has…..

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Vaccination Safety and Pseudo-Scientific Studies

With the steady rise in autism over the past twenty years, there has been attention on the safety of vaccination…..

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Child Psychiatric Disorders and Gluten Sensitivity

Recent research is suggesting that there may be a link between Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and other developmental…..

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Helping Autism with Bentonite Clay

There has been an increasingly growing number of autism diagnosis. Whereas in the 1980s, a study shows that 4 in…..

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Colicky Baby

Dr. Adam Rindfleisch, a University of Wisconsin family doctor who specializes in integrating traditional Western medicine with alternative medicine, provided…..

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