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Gut Health and Brain Development

Gut Health and Brain Development The human body lives by the food that we eat, so it’s vital that we pay attention to what we ingest. This is especially important for babies and toddlers, as the gut takes two years to develop so anything that happens during that time can have a ripple effect for […]
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The Birth Process and Physiological Development

The Birth Process and Physiological Development Did you know that cesarean sections account for about 32% of all total births in the United States? While a c-section can sometimes be the best option for both the mother and the baby, parents often choose this option because they believe that it is more convenient and less […]
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The Moro Reflex

The Moro Reflex The Moro reflex is also known as the startle reflex, as it often occurs when a baby is startled by a loud noise or sudden movement. It starts developing at around nine weeks into a pregnancy, and continues during the first four or so months of life. In the neurology of the […]
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Interruptions in Developmental Milestones

Interruptions in Developmental Milestones Developmental delay is caused when there are interruptions in developmental milestones. Basically, these milestones are a blueprint for childhood development, and each part is essential to building the foundation in a childs’ brain. If even one part of the developmental process is missing, it can cause problems now and later in […]
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Food Based Behavior

Food Based Behavior Did you know a food can actually cause you to act as if you have ADHD? Many kids and even adults who have been labeled ADHD are actually hypoglycemic. This is how hypoglycemia works: Your brain needs three things: It needs oxygen It needs stimulation It needs glucose Glucose is your fuel […]
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Infant Suffocation (SIDS)

Infant Suffocation (SIDS) One of the things more noticed in young parents is that there is a fear that their child will suffocate in their sleep and they won’t be able to get there in time. One important part of development is that your baby gets put down on their stomach, back, and both sides. With […]
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Stress

Effect Of Stress On The Brain

Dr. Laura Hanson, D.C., D.I.C.C.P., NDT, is a board certified chiropractic pediatric diplomat, neuro-development and has completed Master’s coursework in Nutrition. Dr. Hanson is recognized domestically and internationally through her personal teachings to health care professionals, teachers, and parents on the progression of pediatric development. Dr. Hanson has practiced since 1996 in the area of pediatric development […]
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