No medical diagnosis is more frightening for a parent than those chilling words that “your child has cancer.”
But there is hope – hope in the form of ever new and effective treatments for all manner of childhood cancers, including those of the brain, the blood, and the other parts of the body.
But what can parents and their children expect? And how can parents and their children better cope with the emotional ups and downs of often long and difficult cancer treatments?
Could a sleep disorder be the root cause of your child’s struggles in the classroom?
A child could have ADHD due to an undiagnosed sleep disorder.
The most common sleep disorders that affect children include obstructive sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, periodic limb movement disorder, and narcolepsy, as well as insomnia and delayed sleep phase syndrome.
Obstructive sleep apnea in kids is usually due to enlarged tonsils and adenoids. Restless leg syndrome can run in families or be due...