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Six Tips for Helping Your Autistic Child Recover

Six Tips for Helping Your Autistic Child Recover

1. Don’t listen to people who say autism is incurable. Conventional doctors may not understand how to help, but plenty of alternative practitioners are making great strides!  Stay optimistic and start doing your research online.  A good place to begin is www.autism.com — the Autism Research Institute. 2. Start your child on your chosen therapies as soon as possible. The earlier you beg... »

Health and wellbeing to take control of our own lives

Health and wellbeing to take control of our own lives

NaturalCures welcomes a new face to the site. Meet contributing author and expert, Nicole Ferguson, M.A.C.H., R.T. M.G.N.I Nicole is co-owner, director and head therapist at the Bodyworks Practice along with her husband Karl Monahan, also a director.  Her main focus is on digestive and bowel health. Nicole lectures across the UK on the varying aspects of nutrition and heads up the Practice’s... »

Did Kate nearly give the game away?

Did Kate nearly give the game away?

There’s great speculation in the UK – and probably the rest of the world – following an almost Royal slip-up. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was on a visit to Hull when she accepted a teddy bear as a baby gift, from the assembled crowd. “Is that for our d. . .?” she said before quickly stopping herself from continuing the sentence. Was she about to say “daughte... »

Hope and healing for disordered eating

Hope and healing for disordered eating

For me, recovery from a life-threatening eating disorder has not come quickly or easily; eating problems are complex and extremely difficult to overcome. After all of this time in recovery (approximately seventeen years), I no longer believe that one can completely recover from a severe eating disorder. Even after all these years of recovery, I still have a little voice inside my head that tells m... »

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