Aug, 01
2012

Asthmaphobia

 


dkaufmann 

 

Those of you who have read The Fungus Link, Volume 1 know that I coined the term “asthmaphobia” in the year 2000. I did so for two reasons: to vent my frustrations and to offer a glimpse into the future when, one day, doctors would
understand that breathing difficulties were intimately linked to the inhalation of mold spores. That was 12 years ago,
 



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Aug, 01
2012

Must Be Back to School Time!


kyledrew

Anxiety?  Sleeplessness?  Trouble Concentrating? 
Must Be Back To School Time!

By writing a Back to School article in August, I’m going against
everything I believed in as a kid.
If a Back to School commercial
aired on TV during my final month of summer vacation, I turned the channel.



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Aug, 01
2012

Doctors or Demons?

lynnjennings

This month’s case study was inspired by an article.
My usual course of action is to wait until I see a
patient that inspires
me to write about him or her.
I do not know what it is that catches my imagination;
maybe it is a little “divine  inspiration".
 In any case,
I am thankful. This month it wasn’t a patient, it was an article.


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Aug, 01
2012

Quinoa Pancakes

denni

Quinoa Pancakes (Video)

We've all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And it's true! After as many as 12

hours without food, our bodies are ready for some FOOD! And it's important to be sure we're giving them

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children    Lifestyle adjustments for moms. Back to school vitamins/lunches
Ok Moms as we all know back to school for the children means schedules
and planning for moms!
There are few things we can do, as mom’s to
help stay healthy on our diets while trying to get rushed

out the door. 

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Aug, 01
2012
kkons                

This month we’re going to look at a few reasons why it’s critical to make the extra effort to pack a lunch for your child. We’ll also equip you with some alternatives so your child is satisfied with their lunch, as well as nourished!

Why It’s Important to Pack a Lunch

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Aug, 01
2012

Mold problems in Schools

luke-curtis       

MOLDS AND THEIR HEALTH EFFECTS

Mold (fungi) are organisms which play a vital role by decomposing old food, plants and wood. Low to moderate levels
of molds are commonly found in the air and on soil, dust and surfaces both indoors or outdoors. Indoor mold growth is
especially common in areas with water damage.

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Aug, 01
2012

ADD/ADHD

msmith       

As a kid, I remember sitting in classrooms, listening to teachers talk about whatever subject was on the agenda. 

Whether it was math, science, history or reading, my eyes would often drift towards the windows, and my mind  

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