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Child Epilepsy Myths

Epilepsy, also known as a seizure disorder, is a condition that causes a person to experience unusual discharges of electricity in the brain. A child needs to have a least two seizures before he receives a diagnosis of epilepsy, according to the Mayo Clinic. Though people have come to better understand the condition thanks to improvements in science and medical care, several myths about epilepsy still abound.

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Baby Seizures

A seizure in an individual of any size can be a scary sight to behold, but an episode of this type in a tiny infant can be truly terrifying. Infant seizures can be the result of an assortment of factors, ranging from serious to mild. If you witness a seizure in your baby, consider the potential causes as well as what you should do post seizure to reduce the likelihood of seizure recurrence.

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Handicapped Parking for Autistics

Handicapped Parking for Autistics I recently got into a spirited conversation with a couple other AutMoms regarding autism and whether or not people with autism should get handicapped placards. What is the issue? I responded to a Facebook post which was a page from an AutDad's blog. The post was about getting handicapped parking for…

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Hemp Oil for Seizures?

Her child was dying and she sought out an alternative treatment and it worked. Charlotte has epilepsy and was having a severe seizure every 30 minutes and could barely sit up.  She was dying.  Her mother sought out the inventor of a hemp oil treatment that he developed in a nonprofit lab. The child is given small amounts…

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Relief From Pelvic Pain: How Yoga Can Help

This is Part 3 in a three part series on finding relief from pelvic pain through physical therapy, yoga, and other complementary therapies.Click here to read Part 1, which discussed how to recognize pelvic pain, and what therapies are available. Click here to read Part 2, which coverswhat questions you should ask your health care providerto get the care you need.Question from Kate, a mother of two boys, ages 5 and …