Mental disorders in children

Sep 21, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Marion Star

B raydon Bell didn't stay in one place long. He was 3 years old and was a member of a preschool class.

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Greg Louganis - havent seen that name in awhile.

He used to be called Greg "Loose-ai-nuss"
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I think the bigger issue is that not everybody is wired to sit at a desk or to read. You would be surprised by the number of insanely successful people who are ADD, dyslexic or have other mental "disabilities". Ted Turner and the guy who started Jet Blue are good examples.
I think the bigger issue is to channel people where the type of work they do compliments their skills.
David Neeleman - I HAD TO LOOK IT UP.
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David Neeleman - I HAD TO LOOK IT UP.
Im surprised you didn't catch the spelling error: It should have been "complements."

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Everything seems to be a mental disorder these days. Although modern psychiatry and medication can help people operate at an optimal level, I often wonder if these are really disorders or if it's just the way God made us and God didn't make everybody so that they are able to sit at a desk all day.
I guess at the end of the day, if athletes take drugs so they can perform better, why shouldn't everyday people.
(There are people with some serious problems and modern medicine continues to evolve. I'm just talking about those who might be a little off.)
You mean like me??
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Im surprised you didn't catch the spelling error: It should have been "complements."
I'm a nut, not a pedant.
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<quoted text>You mean like me??
I don't have the heart to pick on you anymore because I know people like you and how they struggle. I encourage you to do the Sinclair Method. It may or may not work, but you still have to try it.

American medicine doesn't always have all the answers. I just read a story about phages (below) being used in cases where antibiotics no longer work. They had to go to Georgia (a country we think is primitive) to find something that works, and it does.

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FIGHTING ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT INFECTIONS WITH PHAGES: I’ve been reading about this for most of my life, and it seems like such a good idea. So why aren’t we, you know, doing it routinely? Oh, wait, here’s one reason:“The Food and Drug Administration was another story. Since 1963, the agency has mandated a strict approval process for all medications sold in America. Phage therapy has yet to be subjected to it, so Wolcott had to petition his state regulatory board to allow him to administer it only to people who had exhausted all other options. Then, because you can’t find phages in U.S. pharmacies, he had to trek all the way to the former Soviet republic of Georgia to get it. There it’s sold over the counter like eyedrops. He bought, for $2 each, three clear glass bottles, each filled with a liquid containing hundreds of types of phages.” Plus this:“Our whole regulatory environment has been one major thing that has slowed people down.”

http://www.popsci.com/node/33278

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I don't have the heart to pick on you anymore because I know people like you and how they struggle. I encourage you to do the Sinclair Method. It may or may not work, but you still have to try it.
American medicine doesn't always have all the answers. I just read a story about phages (below) being used in cases where antibiotics no longer work. They had to go to Georgia (a country we think is primitive) to find something that works, and it does.
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FIGHTING ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT INFECTIONS WITH PHAGES: I’ve been reading about this for most of my life, and it seems like such a good idea. So why aren’t we, you know, doing it routinely? Oh, wait, here’s one reason:“The Food and Drug Administration was another story. Since 1963, the agency has mandated a strict approval process for all medications sold in America. Phage therapy has yet to be subjected to it, so Wolcott had to petition his state regulatory board to allow him to administer it only to people who had exhausted all other options. Then, because you can’t find phages in U.S. pharmacies, he had to trek all the way to the former Soviet republic of Georgia to get it. There it’s sold over the counter like eyedrops. He bought, for $2 each, three clear glass bottles, each filled with a liquid containing hundreds of types of phages.” Plus this:“Our whole regulatory environment has been one major thing that has slowed people down.”
http://www.popsci.com/node/33278
Thank you. I don't think I will ever quit, but I know I can limit my intake. I've done it before and I am doing it right now. All of my friends drink socially, and I know it wont work for me to stop completely. But I do appreciate your concern.

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I don't have the heart to pick on you anymore because I know people like you and how they struggle. I encourage you to do the Sinclair Method. It may or may not work, but you still have to try it.
American medicine doesn't always have all the answers. I just read a story about phages (below) being used in cases where antibiotics no longer work. They had to go to Georgia (a country we think is primitive) to find something that works, and it does.
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FIGHTING ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT INFECTIONS WITH PHAGES: I’ve been reading about this for most of my life, and it seems like such a good idea. So why aren’t we, you know, doing it routinely? Oh, wait, here’s one reason:“The Food and Drug Administration was another story. Since 1963, the agency has mandated a strict approval process for all medications sold in America. Phage therapy has yet to be subjected to it, so Wolcott had to petition his state regulatory board to allow him to administer it only to people who had exhausted all other options. Then, because you can’t find phages in U.S. pharmacies, he had to trek all the way to the former Soviet republic of Georgia to get it. There it’s sold over the counter like eyedrops. He bought, for $2 each, three clear glass bottles, each filled with a liquid containing hundreds of types of phages.” Plus this:“Our whole regulatory environment has been one major thing that has slowed people down.”
http://www.popsci.com/node/33278
Oh, by the way, I'm going to get real glasses next Tuesday. It's just one more step in the right direction. These bifocals are messing my eyes up big time.
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<quoted text> I'm not young enough and was fortunate enough to not be a pin cushion for Big Pharma. About 22 years ago vaccine ingredients changed and the number given. Autism was 1 in 10,000. Its now 1 in under 30 in some states. ADHD is close to 1 in 5 in the USA. Genetics? HARDLY
LMAO. ADD means you have a supercharged brain and you aren't cut out to sit in a cubicle all day like all the dullards in society. I would much rather be ADD than to be a dullard.
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<quoted text>Thank you. I don't think I will ever quit, but I know I can limit my intake. I've done it before and I am doing it right now. All of my friends drink socially, and I know it wont work for me to stop completely. But I do appreciate your concern.
The point of that Sinclair Method is that you can continue to drink. The medicine you take just trains your body to want only a normal amount of alcohol and that's what keeps you on track.

I've been around alkies through work enough to know their personality type and this really sounds like good stuff to me. Why beat yourself because you keep falling off the wagon all the time?

Getting drugs to stay on the wagon is like buying eyeglasses. There is no shame in it.
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<quoted text> I'm not young enough and was fortunate enough to not be a pin cushion for Big Pharma. About 22 years ago vaccine ingredients changed and the number given. Autism was 1 in 10,000. Its now 1 in under 30 in some states. ADHD is close to 1 in 5 in the USA. Genetics? HARDLY
Right. Blame modern medicine for saving lives.

How about the fact that ADD has always existed, but it came in handy when we were a farmer-hunter-gatherer society? How about the fact that maybe because people are forced to do jobs like schoolchildren that maybe human beings aren't meant to sit at a desk and stare at a computer screen all day? That is why you see more ADD being diagnosed, not to mention that we know a lot more about psychiatry than we did 50 years ago when they were still lobotomizing people.

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The point of that Sinclair Method is that you can continue to drink. The medicine you take just trains your body to want only a normal amount of alcohol and that's what keeps you on track.
I've been around alkies through work enough to know their personality type and this really sounds like good stuff to me. Why beat yourself because you keep falling off the wagon all the time?
Getting drugs to stay on the wagon is like buying eyeglasses. There is no shame in it.
You do have a point there. The only real shame I have was getting on here drunk and saying things that I wouldn't normally say sober. And what really sucks is when I have to get back on here in the morning to see what I did the night before. That's degrading, and I know I'm better than that.
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<quoted text>You do have a point there. The only real shame I have was getting on here drunk and saying things that I wouldn't normally say sober. And what really sucks is when I have to get back on here in the morning to see what I did the night before. That's degrading, and I know I'm better than that.
I wouldn't worry about that. I come on here just to trade insults for the most part. I don't think too many people take what happens on this board seriously, but it is fun when someone does.

I think you should be more concerned with the fact that you are in the prime of your life and you could be making a lot more money than you are if you can clean yourself up.

Sinclair Method - what do you have to lose? If it doesn't work, just go back to what you've been doing.

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A scapegoat for bad behavior...and a racket for Big Pharma.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-243...
Why ARE so many people being labelled bipolar? More and more celebrities say they have it, but here a top psychiatrist warns the disorder is far too readily diagnosed, leaving many trapped on 'zombie' pills
- What it means to be bipolar has undergone a transformation
- Once seen as rare and disabling, it now vaguely refers to 'mood swings'
- The drugs used to treat the condition are powerful, harmful - and profitable
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-243...
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How about the 5 min commercials advertising a pill for every part of your body..... The pharm co make a push on certain drugs, and they push the meds on docs by way of samples, the doct pushes on patient! Years ago it was depression, then carpal tunnel, now bipolar, what's next?
This country is saturated in drugs, that mostly may be unnecessary. Every time you take a pill, your liver is affected and it damages something else. In this case, less is better.
I doubt autistic children got it from vaccines. A lot could depend on their envirironment and other factors involving the parents, etc Just an opinion.
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<quoted text> In your case its nowhere near even charged. You've allowed yourself to believe that garbage. Super Charged and on meds, super charged and violent, super charged armed and committing mass shootings.
You and Jenny McCarthy - obviously the world's braintrust:

http://www.jennymccarthybodycount.com/Anti-Va...

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How about mental disorders in the White House?
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<quoted text> That's your proof...goof? Buh wah ha ha
You kooks can scream about vaccines all you want, but when they didn't have vaccines, children DIED. Lots of them and THAT is a fact.
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Vaccines merely allow the weak and inferior to survive long enough to spread their defective genes through the species.
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sometimes the truth is painful to hear.

More defective genes through the species, more customers for "modern medicine".
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The rotten thing is those who have those defective genes thank those with superior genes owe them free repairs.

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