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Dee Litten Whited

Dee Litten Whited
writes from Virginia.

Vaccines and Autism

Court Denies Link between Vaccines and Autism I’m smart enough to know when I’m not smart enough and in the debate about vaccines and disorders …

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Eating Too Much

Dear God: I’m fat and I’m frustrated — but I guess not quite enough to do anything about it. I cringe every time I hear …

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The Gift of Friends

Dear God: Several years ago my seven and three-year-old grandsons and I went to a friend’s house for a bonfire. The three-year-old was the youngest …

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SAD or Just Sad?

Sometimes I’m a slow learner—well, a lot of times. After about 10 years of starting counseling every January and quitting the sessions by the end …

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Change the World

A study, about New Year’s resolutions indicates that 40 to 45% of American adults make one or more resolutions each year. Only 8% of people …

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Socialize Your Brain

“Within the last decade or so we’ve started to learn that brain fitness is a bit akin to physical fitness,” Aaron Seitz, a neuroscientist at …

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Eat For Your Brain

We know there are foods that raise our cholesterol and foods that lower cholesterol. There are foods that help us pack on the pounds and …

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