Monthly Archives: July 2013

DYSLEXIA

DYSLEXIA is a specific disorder of reading, writing and spelling that affects 3-9% of school- aged children. Contrary to the view that DYSLEXIA is a language-processing problem, current research suggests that there is a basic problem in the motor, auditory … Continue reading

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LISTEN UP COFFEE LOVERS – THE PROS AND CONS

Caffeine is an adrenal gland stimulant which means it will increase the secretions of adrenal hormones that are associated with a stress response, “fight or flight”, enabled by adrenalin and noradrenalin. Too much COFFEE can therefore trigger anxiety, tender, inflamed … Continue reading

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