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Archive for June, 2011


   Jun 24

CHONDROITIN SULFATE AND OSTEOARTHRITIS

Since osteoarthritis is a disease where cartilage is gradually damaged, a simplistic approach to treating it might involve gnawing the ends of bones, thereby ingesting cartilage or its constituents in the hope of strengthening and nourishing joint tissue. Although it’s hard to believe that such an approach could really work, recent evidence suggests that one [...]

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   Jun 11

COPING WITH SEIZURES AND EPILEPSY: WHAT DO YOU TELL YOUR CHILD?

Be truthful and be simple. What you should tell your child depends on your child’s age, sophistication, and level of understanding. It is best to be truthful. Otherwise, sooner or later you may get trapped in a web of lies and cover-ups that will only make things worse. If your child does not ask questions, [...]

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   Jun 06

DIABETES IN CHILDREN: ROLE OF TEACHING TEACHERS

Children spend nearly half their waking hours at school and school heads and teachers should be told that a pupil has diabetes. Teachers should be given: 1.   Precise details of the pupil’s dietary and treatment needs. 2.   Clear instructions as to what to do should problems arise. The British Diabetic association provides information [...]

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