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Children Living With Autism


When Dan Guile’s son, Jeffrey, was born nine years ago, the young dad had dreams of participating in stereotypical father-son activities – playing football, going fishing and taking his son hunting. A diagnosis of autism when Jeffrey was barely 1-and-a-half changed all that.

Understanding Autism


Imagine that you’ve been planning a trip to Italy for a long time. You’ve read guidebooks, learned a little of the language, soaked up the culture. The time finally comes and you make the long flight to a foreign country. But when you get off the plane, it doesn’t look at all like Italy –… Read more »

Diabetes Rising


The rise in Type ll diabetes in children is linked not only to genetics, but increasingly, to a sedentary lifestyle and an environment where health is not prioritized.

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