Join Misty Marr on her journey through preterm labor. Misty has walked through preterm labor multiple times, initially treating conventionally, suffering through a myriad of side effects and having emergency hospital births and a preemie. As she learned more about natural options, Misty was able to work towards treating her preterm labor naturally, and eventually eliminating it all together.This guide to treating and preventing preterm labor takes you through the specifics of what Misty has researched and learned through this journey. This information is applicable to any pregnant woman and includes tips to help us all have a happy, healthy, natural pregnancy.Although related to "Lessons Learned: My Journey Through Pregnancy, Miscarriage, and Preterm Labor," this booklet of 77 pages is focused on the practical side of my experiences treating preterm labor.
Despite the long association of organohalogen compounds with human activities, nature is the producer of nearly 5,000 halogen-containing chemicals. Once dismissed as accidents of nature or isolation artifacts, organohalogen compounds represent an important and ever growing class of natural products, in many cases exhibiting exceptional biological activity. Since the last comprehensive review in 1996 (Vol. 68, this series), there have been discovered an additional 2,500 organochlorine, organobromine, and other organohalogen compounds. These natural organohalogens are biosynthesized by bacteria, fungi, lichen, plants, marine organisms of all types, insects, and higher animals including humans. These compounds are also formed abiogenically, as in volcanoes, forest fires, and other geothermal events.In some instances, natural organohalogens are precisely the same chemicals that man synthesizes for industrial use, and some of the quantities of these natural chemicals far exceed the quantities emitted by man.
By age 16, significant a " one might even say "alarming" a " numbers of students are demonstrating signs of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Students with PTSD are more likely to develop a range of problems, from delinquent behavior to eating disorders to substance abuse to dropping out. For the school-based professional, the ability to recognize these symptoms and warning signs is essential.
Emphasizing prevention as well as intervention, Identifying, Assessing, and Treating PTSD at School clearly defines PTSD, explains its adverse affects on childrena (TM)s academic and social-emotional skills, and offers expert guidance on how to recognize student needs and provide appropriate services. This volume, designed as a practical, easy-to-use reference for school psychologists and other educational professionals:
Todaya (TM)s youth live in an increasingly uncertain world, and school psychologists, counselors, social workers, and general and special education personnel will find Identifying, Assessing, and Treating PTSD at School an invaluable resource in their practices.
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