Author Archive for Julia

Mom to a super active 13 year old man-to-be, Julia has had a crash course in all things ADHD and Asperger’s Syndrome. She is currently exploring the world of online high school education with her son. When not refereeing assorted dogs, cats, and kids, she spends her time writing, researching, singing, and teaching Sunday school.

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Study: Child Car Crash Deaths Down, Seat Belt Use Up

There is some positive news on the car seat safety front. The U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting a reduction in U.S. child car deaths over a ten-year period. The study focused on car crashes that involved children aged 12 years and younger as passengers. The data was collected by the […]

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Study: Success of Fertility Treatments Makes or Breaks Relationship for Couples

It can be a hard blow when a couple finds that one or sometimes both are incapable of having children. According to the Center for Disease Control, 11% of American couples are unable to get pregnant within a year of actively trying. Previous studies have found that fertility problems could cause marital or sexual distress between partners.