For children who have low growth hormone, it’s a good idea to check zinc levels to see if nutrient absorption is a factor. 

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The Skinny, written by Dr. Aronne, a weight loss doctor in NYC,  is a diet book recommended to me  by my neighbor. The book includes a long scientific explanation of why certain people have increased appetites and super complicated hormone responses to food. A lot of the book is typical of most diet books–suggestions to […]

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Other than my inability to tie a tie for my son’s formal uniform day–the beginning of school has gone well. (I’m knocking on wood as I write this–as I always do when I say anything positive.) I have one child in third grade at a new K-8 school and another child who just started 8th […]

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