Allergies and Intimacy Trusted resources to answer questions you may be too embarrassed to ask, or questions your kids may be too embarrassed to ask. Here are some reputable sources to explore these topics in private ranging in everything from toilet paper to sex. AND YES ANY OF THESE SITUATIONS CAN POSE RISK; including [cont…]
Beyond Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (PDF) by American Academy of Pediactrics Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy (PDF) by Feldman & Sheridan Factitious Disorder (PDF) diagnostic criteria.
The following must all be set up initially on a web browser, not mobile. And you must have email software that supports filters. I use gmail. Many services may support this. 1. Turn on notifications for the group by clicking the “Notifications” button at the top of the group page. Switch to “All posts.” This [cont…]
(originally posted on our FB group by Laurie) This video series explains corn and other grains and how they process through the gut. bear with it it is in two parts. talks some about gluten intolarences,. but LISTEN to what they are trying to explain about how grains (including CORN) processes, or rather does not. [cont…]
Here’s the article from Army News from Nov 2013 on compounding meds.
Corn Allergy 101: Welcome to the Corn-Free Life! Almost everyone who is new to corn allergies and avoiding corn finds themselves overwhelmed. We’ve tried to compile some information for you to read at your leisure. Our best advice for starting out, is to learn first all the names that corn goes by, and remove any [cont…]
Once in a while there’s an article or newscast that puts a bee in my bonnet. A week or so ago there was such a newcast by ABC’s Nightline which it highlighted gluten-free as a fad and dangerous to people who do not need to avoid it for medical reasons. (So seriously untrue it’s laughable.) [cont…]
There are times that I just am bitter. I have happy days.. happy moments. Like today, I’d been putting off making lunch because I didn’t want to cook, when I remembered I had some leftover pasta in the fridge. Just plain pasta. So I drizzle on some oil, sea salt, splash of lemon juice, some [cont…]