Ladd McNamara, M.D discusses the future of medicine both as it relates to health, supplementation, and how health professionals are finding new ways to increase income in an ever evolving world!

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Can Nutritional Supplements, Including Lithium Orotate Help Autism?

Supplement Considerations for Autism and More

Unfortunately, more parents than ever know the pain and frustration of trying to help an autistic child. Drugs are not always the best answer. Listed here are some basic natural, non-toxic supplements you can try that may actually make a difference.

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