Signs Of Cerebral Palsy

According to the CDC, cerebral palsy is the most common motor disability in childhood, affecting one in about 300 children. The condition leads to movement difficulties, speech impediments and not reaching developmental milestones within the normal time. Children born with cerebral palsy need specialized treatment and rehabilitation for a...

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Necrotizing Enterocolitis & Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy, a developmental condition affecting a person’s mobility and cognitive capabilities has been linked to a dangerous and sometimes fatal condition known as necrotizing enterocolitis. Read on to learn more about this life-threatening disease. Necrotizing enterocolitis is a dangerous condition which occurs when a part of the intestinal...

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Receiving Proper Medical Treatment & Funding for CP

The problems associated with cerebral palsy are often difficult ones, and they often cause frustration for the parents. One of the most frustrating problems is finding effective medical care that is covered under individual insurance plans. Selective Treatment of Children Sometimes when there is government-controlled healthcare such as the...

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Mom With Cerebral Palsy Helped by Pot

If you haven’t read about it yet, news outlets have been talking about a woman suffering from cerebral palsy who is publicly stating that smoking marijuana made her a better person. The mother to several children also stated that weed made her a better mother as it made it...

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Child Diagnosed With Mild Cerebral Palsy?

Mild cerebral palsy is a form of CP that can take some time to diagnosis due to the fact that the physician wishes to ensure it is not another type of movement disorder that may be in early progressive stages.  Paying special attention to a child’s motor skills and...

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