From Los Angeles Times (3/5):
Girls with the highest vitamin D intake had a 50% reduced risk of having a stress fracture compared with girls with the lowest intake, a study of 6,721 girls ages 9 to 15 found. The findings were published in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
From Reuters (3/5):
Children who suffered a concussion were more likely to have somatic and cognitive symptoms, compared with children with other types of injuries, according to a study in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. An estimated 10% to 15% of children who experienced loss of consciousness still had cognitive problems for months after the injury, the lead researcher said.
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Upcoming Events – Lectures by Dr. Nancy H. O’Hara
- March 28th 7-9pm – Norwalk City Hall Comm. Room – Part of the Norwalk SPED Partners FREE Workshop Series
- Our Canaries: Why all the Asthma, Allergies, ADHD and Autism?
- April 26-29th - Autism Research Institute Conference – Newark, NJ
- April 26th 2-3:30pm - Level 2 Practitioner Seminar: Targeted Immune Assessment and Treatment in ASD / PANDAS
- April 26th 3:45-5:30pm - Level 2 Practitioner Seminar: Comprehensive Case Management I
- April 27th 4:15-5:00pm - Parent Lecture: How to Get The Most Out of Your Practitioner
- “ADHD Without Drugs” – Article by Dr. Szakacs and Dr. O’Hara in the April Issue of Natural Nutmeg Magazine