Autism is an epidemic: It has spiked 1,500 percent in the last twenty years. ADHD, asthma and allergies have also skyrocketed over the same time period. One of these conditions now strikes one in every three children in America. But there is hope. Leading medical innovator Kenneth Bock, M.D., has helped ch_ange the lives of more than a thousand children, and in this important book, with a comprehensive program that targets all four of the 4-A disorders, he offers help to children everywhere. This is the book that finally puts hope within reach.
The Peanut Allergy Epidemic: What's Causing It and How to Stop It by Heather Fraser
"In The Peanut Allergy Epidemic, Fraser delves into the history of this allergy, trying to understand why it largely develops in children and studying its relationship with social, medical, political, and economic factors. In an international overview of the subject, she compares the epidemic in the United States to sixteen other geographical locations, finding that in addition to the United States, in countries such as Canada, the UK, Australia, and Sweden there is a one in fifty chance that a child, especially a male, will develop a peanut allergy. Fraser also highlights alternative medicines and explores issues of vaccine safety and other food allergies, making his book a must-read for every parent, teacher, and health professional."
The Unhealthy Truth: One Mother's Shocking Investigation into the Dangers of America's Food Supply-- and What Every Family Can Do to Protect Itself by Robyn O'Brien
"In a first-person story as shocking as it is inspirational, The Unhealthy Truth published in May 2009 by Random House, reveals the alarming relationship between the manipulation of our food and both the increase in dangerous allergies in our children as well as the increase in cancers in our families—and offers a road map to healthy living." More info.
Almost Autism: Recovering Children from Sensory Processing Disorder: A Reference for Parents and Practitioners by Maria Rickert Hong
Maria Rickert Hong, CHHC, AADP has recovered her two sons from Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), what she calls "almost autism". One of the problems with SPD is that it’s not an official diagnosis. As a parent or practitioner, you’re left on your own to get help for a child whose issues you can’t quite put your finger on. This child doesn’t have autism, but they almost have autism, and they fall through the cracks. Knowing the confusion and lack of information that parents and practitioners have about the disorder, she sets out a clear roadmap in this book for recovering a child from increased sensory sensitivities. - Amazon
About the Epidemic American children are being diagnosed with chronic illnesses at a breathtaking rate. The following are just a few of the troubling statistics:
To learn more, please visit Epidemic Answers.org