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Newborn PKU Screening: How Does it Work?

The hustle and bustle that comes with a new addition to the family is typically overwhelming; that precious day or two after a baby is born typically goes by in a blur as all of its vitals are tested and the basic information is gathered.… Read the rest

Posted in Health, PKU

What’s New in PKU?

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[Image Credit: PKU Parlor ]


Hi all:

Anna here. I’ve been following along with some really interesting developments in the treatment of phenylketonuria (PKU).

PKU is a lifelong condition, and requires attention not just as a child but as an adult as well.… Read the rest

Posted in Health, PKU

Cliques Can Be Good (No Really!) FTSF

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Image Credit: Radcomrad

Hi all:

Anna here, with thoughts on how cliques can actually be a good thing.

Usually, when I think of cliques, I think of mean girls. Little groups that exclude others, and are nasty about it. But really, there can be a positive side of small, tightly knit groups.… Read the rest

Posted in Finish The Sentence Fridays, Health

How to Find a Great CSA

Hi all,

Anna here. Each summer, in addition to just hanging out with friends and having a good time,

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we celebrate another event, the beginning of CSA season!

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What is CSA?

It’s Community Supported Agriculture.  CSA is an awesome way to support local agriculture, while eating healthy all summer, and usually for pretty good prices.  … Read the rest

Posted in Finish The Sentence Fridays, Health