Issue 25 - Spring 2010 - Article References

Issue 25 - Spring 2010 - Article References



Letter from the Editor

Jeanne Ohm, D.C.


Trailmarkers: Pathways as a Guide to the Paradigm Shift

Lisa Reagan

(No References)


A 21st Century Manifesto for Parenting

John Breeding, PhD

(No References)


Expect the Expected: How ADHD Can Be a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

Thom Hartmann

(No References)


Why Nutrition for ADD?

Alexander Rinehart, MSACN

  1. Faraone SV, Aergeant J, Gillber C, Biederman J: The worldwide prevalence of ADHD: Is it an American condition? World Psychiatry 2: 104-113, 2003
  2. www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/adhd/data.html
  3. Table 11-4, Rakel D. 2007. Integrative medicine (2nd Ed). Saunders: Philadelphia
  4. Adapted from: Chan E, Rappaport LA, Kemper KJ: Complementary and alternative therapies in childhood attention and hyperactivity problems.
  5. Complementary and alternative medicine use in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. J Paediatr Child Health 41:23-26, 2005.
  6. Braun J, Kahn RS, Frochlich T, et al. Exposures to environmental toxicants and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in U.S. children. Environ Health Perspect 2006:114:1905-1909
  7. House SH: Nurturing the brain nutritionally and emotionally from before conception to late adolescence. Nutr Health 19:143-161, 2007
  8. Narendran S, Nagarantha R, Narendran V, et al: Efficacy of yoga on pregnancy outcome. J Altern Complement Med 11:23-44, 2005

The Case for Improved Function

Jeanne Ohm, D.C.

(No References)


Lifelong Lessons From the Womb

Marcy Axness, PhD

(No References)


The Limbic Imprint

Elena Tonetti-Vladimirova

(No References)


Making Motherhood Mindful

Cassandra Vieten, PhD

(No References)


The Art of Self-Care for Mothers

Jane Sheppard

(No References)


Counting Our Blessings

Brian Johnson

(No References)


Teaching Our Children to Read, Write & Spell

Susan R. Johnson, M.D., FAAP

(No References)


ADD/ADHD Holistic and Natural Approaches

Various Authors

Nutrition and Nutrients:

  1. Wender EH. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: is it common? Is it over treated? Arch PediatrAdolesc Med 156(3):209-210, 2002.
  2. Fine, L. Minimum ADHD Incidence Is 7.5 Percent. Education Week. March 27, 2002.
  3. BarbaresiWJ, et al. How common is attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder? Incidence in a population-based birth cohort in Rochester, Minn. Arch PediatrAdolesc Med 156(3):217-224, 2002.
  4. RushtonJL, Whitmire JT. Pediatric stimulant and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor prescription trends: 1992 to 1998. Arch PediatrAdolesc Med 155(5):560-565, 2001.
  5. Cox ER, Motheral BR, Henderson RR, Mager D. . Geographic variation in the prevalence of stimulant medication use among children 5 to 14 years old: Results from a commercially insured US sample. Pediatrics 111(2)237-243, 2003.
  6. Vastag B. Pay attention: Ritalin acts much like cocaine. JAMA 286(8):905-906, 2001.
  7. http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/library/mentalhealth/chapter3/sec4.html
  8. Chan E, Zhan C, Homer CJ. Health care use and costs for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: national estimates from the medical expenditure panel survey. J Dev BehavPediatr 23(1 Suppl):S37-S45, 2002.
  9. Smalley SL, McGoughJJ, Del'Homme M, NewDelman J, Gordon E, Kim T, Liu A, McCracken JT. Familial clustering of symptoms and disruptive behaviors in multiplex families with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2000 Sep;39(9):1135-43.
  10. FaraoneSV, Biederman J, Mick E, Williamson S, Wilens T, Spencer T, Weber W, Jetton J, Kraus I, Pert J, Zallen B. Family study of girls with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Am J Psychiatry. 2000 Jul;157(7):1077-83.
  11. Biederman J, FaraoneSV, Mick E, Spencer T, Wilens T, Kiely K, Guite J, Ablon JS, Reed E, Warburton R. High risk for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder among children of parents with childhood onset of the disorder: a pilot study. Am J Psychiatry. 1995 Mar;152(3):431-5. )
  12. Smucker WD, Hedayat M. Evaluation and treatment of ADHD. Am Fam Physician 64(5):817-829, 2001.
  13. Watkins C. Stimulant Medication for AD/HD. Northern County Psychiatric Associates. http://www.baltimorepsych.com/Stimulants.htm
  14. Cherland E, Fitzpatrick R. Psychotic Side Effects of Psychostimulants: A 5-Year Review. Can J Psychiatry 1999;44:811-813.
  15. Croche AF, Lipman RS, Overall JE, Hung W. The effects of stimulant medication on the growth of hyperkinetic children. Pediatrics. 1979 Jun;63(6):847-50.
  16. MarottaPJ, Roberts EA.Pemolinehepatotoxicity in children. J Pediatr 1998;132:894-7.]
  17. Gant C, Harding K. Outcome-based comparison of RitalinĀ® versus food-supplement treated children with AD/HD. Alt Med Rev 8(3):319-330, 2003.

Chiropractic
Dr. Christopher Kent

  1. Breggin PR: "Toxic Psychiatry." St. Martin's Press. New York. 1991. Chapters 12 and 13.
  2. Zito JM, Safer DJ, dosReis S, et al: "Trends in the prescribing of psychotropic medications to preschoolers." JAMA 2000;283:1025.
  3. Statistics confirm rise in childhood ADHD and medication use. http://www.education-world.com
  4. Walton EV: "The effects of chiropractic treatment on students with learning and behavioral impairments due to neurological dysfunction." International Review of Chiropractic 1975;29:4-5:24-26.
  5. Giesen JM, Center DB, Leach RA: "An evaluation of chiropractic manipulation as a treatment for hyperactivity in children." JMPT 1989;12:353-363.
  6. Arme J: "Effects of biomechanical insult correction on attention deficit disorder." Journal of Chiropractic Case Reports, 1993:1(1).
  7. Hospers LA: "EEG and CEEG studies before and after upper cervical or SOT category 2 adjustment in children after head trauma, in epilepsy, and in 'hyperactivity.'" Proceedings of the National Conference on Chiropractic and Pediatrics (ICA) 1992;84-139.
  8. Barnes TA: "A multifaceted approach to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a case report." International Review of Chiropractic Jan/Feb 1995; pp. 41-43.
  9. Phillips CJ: "Case study: the effect of utilizing spinal manipulation and craniosacral therapy as the treatment approach for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder." Proceedings of the National Conference on Chiropractic and Pediatrics (ICA), 1991:57-74.
  10. Langley C: "Epileptic seizures, Nocturnal enuresis, ADD." Chiropractic Pediatrics April 1995, Vol. 1, No. 1.
  11. Thomas MD, Wood J: "Upper cervical adjustments may improve mental function." J Man Med 1992;6:215.
  12. Araghi HG: "Oral apraxia: a case study in chiropractic in chiropractic management." Proceedings of the National Conference on Chiropractic and Pediatrics (ICA), 1994, beginning p.
  13. Manuelle JD, Fysch PA: "Acquired verbal aphasia in a seven-year-old female: case report." J Clin Chiropr Ped 1996;1:89-.
  14. Peet JB: "Adjusting the hyperactive/ADD pediatric patient." Chiro Pediatr 1997;2(4):12-.

The World According to New-Edge Science

Bruce H. Lipton, PhD, and Steve Bhaerman

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Why Kids Need Recess

Rae Pica

(No References)


Children, Cell Phones and Health

Carrie Hyman, CMD, and Marcia Zina Mager

(No References)


Top Ten Conscious Living DVDs


Research Review

(No References)