September 2012 | Pediatrics

sep12.pdf_1_thumbNew Research for Treating Down Syndrome…………………..>> cover
Erica Peirson, ND


Molecular Mimicry in Pediatric Diseases…………………………………>> bottom of cover
Jared M. Skowron, ND & The University of Bridgeport Pediatrics Class of 2012


Recognizing Anaphylaxis in Infants and Children ………………………………….>>10
Tamara Cullen, ND
Signs, triggers, and criteria to diagnose and treat pediatric anaphylaxis.


Childhood Depression and Chocolat 200C ………………………………>>16
Shannyn Fowl, ND
Case study about how Chocolat and naturopathy cured depression in an 11-year-old girl.


Aspberger Syndrome (ASD) Case Treated Homeopathically ……………………………>>11
Tara Skye Goldin, ND
Case study indicating the dramatic effect of Baryta carbonica on a young boy with Asberger’s.


Is Breast Milk Still Best, Even If It Is Someone Else’s? …………………………..>>14
Jessica Mitchell, ND
Key points to consider when making the decision.


Infants, Tweens, and Teens …………….>>20
Jaclyn Chasse, ND
Do they hold the keys to our healthy future? Epigenetics shows us how.


The Effect of In Utero Maternal Distress on the Neurodevelopment of the Fetus …………………..>>18
Leslie Solomonian, BSc, ND
How cortisol plays a major role in epigenetic modification.


Association Spotlight ……………………..>>22
Matthew Baral, ND
Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians


Here We Go Again ………………………….>>23
Joseph Kellerstein, ND
Aggressive hormonal disruption cured with Pulsitilla.


Pediatric Palliatives ……………………….>>24
Jillian Stansbury, ND
Using essential oils to treat common childhood ailments.


Past Pearls Trio ……………………………..>>28
Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE
Hayflower shirts and packs—traditional remedies for croup.


Defying Marginalization Begins in the Classroom ……………………………>>30
David Schleich, PhD
Honing in to where philosophy meets curriculum.

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