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The Latest Research for Angelman Syndrome by Ed Weeber Ph.D.

By Edwin J. Weeber, Ph.D. BMC Neurosci. 2014 Jun 19;15:76. doi: 10.1186/1471-2202-15-76. The prospect of molecular therapy for Angelman syndrome and other monogenic neurologic disorders. Bailus BJ, Segal DJ1. Abstract: Angelman syndrome is a monogenic neurologic disorder that affects 1 in 15,000 children, and is characterized by ataxia, intellectual disability, speech impairment, sleep disorders, and seizures. The disorder is caused by loss of central ...

The Secret of Mael: Cartoon about the difference

Le secret de Maël : dessin animé sur la différence The secret of Mael: cartoon about the difference Click to view The Secret of Mael: Cartoon about the difference http://youtu.be/d2sECQDAZG4

Aromatherapy and Angels September – October 2014

By Shari Caspert, Mom of 17 year old Matthew Aromatherapy: Back to School Essentials For your Special Needs Child, Teacher, Therapists, Aides & You It’s September and it’s time to get organized. Time for our family to get ready to go back to school. IEP’s, backpacks, shoes, clothing, supplies and Essential Oils! As parents of special needs children, we often separate our kids ...

Poems by Darren Humphries

“We treasure the short time we had with Elijah” – Darren Humphries (Father to Elijah) Elijah Humphries February 2004  – August 2007 As I sit and write, it is a few days after my son Elijah‘s 7th death Anniversary. Elijah was born in 2004 and was diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome (Deletion Positive) in April 2006. Elijah died in August 2007 as a result of brain damage caused ...

Editor’s Letter – September – October Edition 2014

Summer fun is done and I hope you all had a great time either vacationing or just being home with friends and family, enjoying the warm summer nights. It’s that time of year again. Time to get the kids back to school or begin a new homeschool regimen. This is the time I start to think about goals for my kids ...

Magnesium – A Simple Solution For Many Symptoms

Magnesium is one of the most important and vastly underestimated minerals. It is crucially important for optimum health and supporting some o f the following functions: -Activating muscles and nerves -A precursor for neurotransmitters like serotonin -Activating ATP, which supports the body’s energy and mitochondrial function. Many people may be deficient and not even know it. Some symptoms of deficiency are: -Muscle contractions and cramps or ...