Welcome To Kaitlynn's Place

Kaitlynn was born September 29th, 2004. We have seen neurology specialists from St. Louis to New Orleans since she was born. Unfortunately, we still do not have a definitive diagnosis for Kaitlynn. The best guess her doctors have to offer is mitochondrial disease.

Studies Claim That One Million Children Misdiagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder | HealthMad

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Studies Claim That One Million Children Misdiagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder | HealthMad

Despite steadily increasing rates of ADHD diagnosis and treatment, many believe that it is still under-diagnosed. On the other hand, the research above is arguing that it is overly and/or misdiagnosed. According to the study by Todd Elder of Michigan State University, there’s almost 1 million U.S. children that are possibly misdiagnosed with ADHD. His research relies heavily on the age and maturity level of each individual child.

Is Steven Slater a Hero or Idiot?

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I vote idiot. He could have easily killed ground workers by deploying the slide. There are better ways to deal with unruly passengers. Passengers that do not listen to airline attendant instructions can actually be fined $25,000- that would have been more effective than possibly killing and injuring ground workers with a slide.

Musee Picasso's At Chateau Grimaldi Archaeological Site

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A bit of history via Lauren Axelrod:

The Chateau Grimaldi, constructed during the 12th century, acted as a fortress and was raised on the foundations of what was once the Greek town of Antipolis. The Chateau Grimaldi later became the residence of the Bishops of Antibes and the studio of famous artist Pablo Picasso.

Around 1383, Luc and Marc Grimaldi from Monaco, crossbowmen in the army of Queen Jeanne of Navarre, were given Chateau Grimaldi, as well as the land surrounding the fortress as a private estate. The Chateau Grimaldi remained a stronghold of the Grimaldi family until 1608. At that time, Henri VI purchased the town, ... From: Musee Picasso's At Chateau Grimaldi Archaeological Site

Top 12 Ridiculous Baby Products

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A list of the top 12 ridiculous, useless, and absurd baby products.

Potty Mitts


Three words- wash those hands. Parents are becoming so lazy. It is easier to mitt a child up to avoid germs, then to actually teach the child hand washing skills. Just wash your kids hands after trips to the bathroom and save some money and time.

Find the complete list of the 12 most ridiculous baby products: http://purpleslinky.com/humor/top-12-ridiculous-baby-products/#ixzz0wIbgAlyw






The Dangers of Colon Cleansing | HealthMad

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The Dangers of Colon Cleansing | HealthMad


In the late 90’s the idea slowly started to resurface. With celebrity usage, colon cleansing has gained popularity once again. However, you should keep in mind that the celebrity endorsements and manufacturer claims do not require FDA verification or supporting evidence.Read the dangers associated with colon cleansing!

Illegal Immigrant Kills Nun After Evading Deportation Multiple Times | Newsflavor

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Illegal Immigrant Kills Nun After Evading Deportation Multiple Times | Newsflavor

Twenty-three-year-old Carlos Martinelly Montano, a Bolivian native, was arrested at least twice on charges of drunk driving. According to Virginia police, he has also had multiple arrests for other traffic related offenses. Montano had been turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on at least one of the offenses. Virginia authorities expected Montano to be deported. Montano was instead released back into the community, where he killed a nun while driving drunk.

What You Don't Know About Dietary Supplements

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According to Consumer Reports, many fashionable dietary supplements claiming to be natural actually contain ingredients that can cause cancer and heart, liver, and kidney damage. Manufacturers and retailers sell and promote the products without hesitation because Americans are spending billions of dollars yearly on them.  The Nutrition Business Journal claims that the “supplement market” was worth $26.7 billion dollars in 2009.   
There are over 54,000 dietary supplements in the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database. Yet, only a third have any scientifically supported evidence related to a safety level and effectiveness. Supplements coming from factories in China are not even inspected by the FDA.

Dog Saves His Owner’s Life by Chewing Off His Toe | The Real Owner

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Dog Saves His Owner’s Life by Chewing Off His Toe | The Real Owner