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My Wild Ride Through My Tangled Neurons... A Journey Through Neuroscience, Cognition, Learning Disabilities, Art, Music and Life

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  • I can drink milk!!!!
    on Aug 27, 2016 in A2 milk Casein Milk milk lactose free
    Hallelujah!After a long time of no milk, milk has come back into my life.  I can't tell you how glad I am.  I have never been able to tolerate the lactose free milk commonly found in the supermarket, so I have been doing without.  It i...
  • Distinguishing ADHD from the Signs of AgingI wonder what will happen to me as I grow older in life.  There's very little written about all my different neurological problems as an older adult.  There's lots that is for young adults and how to launch them.  But, not so much on w...
  • A Natural Fix for A.D.H.D.
    on Mar 16, 2016 in add adhd
    Environment vs. drugs.   What to do with a restless mind?I recently read an article from the New York Times that suggests that originally we were meant to be a bit distracted and that distractedness has helped  us evolve by being better hun...
  • Message from Google concerning everyone who is following my blog
    on Jan 26, 2016
    Google has announced the "retirement of Google Friend Connect for all non-Blogger sites. We made an exception for Blogger to give readers an easy way to follow blogs using a variety of accounts. Yet over time, we’ve seen that most people sign into...
  • Back to blogging. -- Up the nosewell, I did get my turbinates reduced.  Nice quick outpatient procedure.  For those of you not knowing the nose, the turbinates are two spongy bones that stick into the nasal passages.  The turbinates, also known as nasal concha, help,...
  • quick update
    on Aug 28, 2015
    Gentle Readers,Will go back to blogging soon.  Husband started dialysis, and had both renal cancer and thyroid cancer so I've been more than a little bit busy.  Will go back to posting soon.Copyright © 2010-2015 Traveller Journey...
  • PRESUMED SINUS-RELATED STRABISMUS
    on Feb 24, 2015
    Interesting hypothesis about sinusitis related strabismus.   Even though these are just case studies and not a double blind test, Dr. Ludwig is pointing out some interesting observations linking sinusitis and strabismus.   The concept is in...
  • Round 2 on the NoseI have been diagnosed with sleep apnea and have been noticing that I am sleeping with my mouth open.  This had lead to problems adjusting to the cpap machine.  I tried the full face mask to compensate for mouth breathing but it was way too...
  • US researchers identify gene network linked to autism
    on Jan 3, 2015 in autism brain genes
    U.S. scientists have identified a molecular network of genes known to contribute to autism spectrum disorders, and they say their finding may help uncover new genes linked to these conditions.According to the news release, researchers used gene expre...
  • Journey Down The Stomachand down through the Intestines. I have gotten a huge amount of gas lately…It's really bad when you fart so loud you wake up your husband.   Hubby's eyes popped open.  He jerked his head up and then promptly went back to sleep.  He d...
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