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TOURETTE SYNDROME: Stop your tics by learning what triggers them by Sheila Rogers DeMare. Review by Hannah Lawrence. November 2017
Histamine and Tourette’s syndrome – tics disappear in mice treated with histamine June 2017
StopTicsToday – a new non-profit group raising funds for research into, and support for, the rapidly growing numbers of both children and adults who suffer from tics. November 2014
Sugar, fat, food and addiction: New approaches to the mental health crisis
'Real life' story by 11-year-old Meredith whose Tourette's has been massively improved by excluding gluten and dairy and good nutritional supplementation. Couresy of Latitudes. Juen 2014
Tics, Strep, Allergies, and Magnesium Deficiency by Dr. Mary Ann Block is Medical Director of The Block Center, an international clinic for the treatment of chronic health problems in children and adults. Courtesy of Latitudes. May 2013
Day to Day Survival Tips in Special Needs Families. Courtesy of Latitudes. April 2013
Nutrient Power – Heal Your Biochemistry and Heal Your Brain. A review of Dr. Bill Walsh's long-awaited book, courtesy of Latitudes – July 2012
A useful post on Dr John Briffa's blog suggesting that many apparent instances of mental health problems are actually caused by physiological or nutitional problem. He also highlights an excellent article in the Wall Street Journal by Harvard psychiatrist Barbara Schildkrout, who has written a new book, 'Unmasking Psychological Symptoms', aimed at helping therapists broaden their diagnostic skills so that they can pick up underlying physical conditions which may be causing, or at least contributing, to a mental health problem. August 2011
PANDAS – a frightening condition, thought to be caused by the common 'strep throat' bacteria, whose symptoms can include tics, obsessions, compulsions and anorexia. Courtesy of Latitudes – May 2010
Alcoholism linked to lack of intestinal bacteria. October 2014
Tooth fillings using BPA may lead to behavioural problems in children. July 2012
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