Prayers Are Answered
    April 5, 2012
    Prayers Are Answered

    Our home life is in shatters. My husband and I desperately search for answers to help our 3-year-old autistic son. One day I open the newspaper and see a conference advertised in the area called DAN -…

    Blood, Water and Tears
    April 4, 2012
    Blood, Water and Tears

    Wyatt’s pre-school suggests private speech lessons, which he begins 2 times a week, and I am grateful they don’t mention autism. When my next-door neighbor tells me she sees signs of autism in him…

    Denial is a Powerful Thing
    April 3, 2012
    Denial is a Powerful Thing

    But denial does not ultimately serve us well. It may keep the pain of truth away for a period of time, but it only serves to make the truth harder to bear once we face it. The most dangerous aspect of…

    April 2, 2012
    Autism is My World

    Autism is my world. I am the mother of a 10-year-old son with autism, and the Executive Director of a national non-profit, ACT Today! (Autism Care and Treatment Today!).  Autism probably affects your…

    Love Your Heart All Year Long & Live Longer, Part 4
    February 17, 2012
    Love Your Heart All Year Long & Live Longer, Part 4

    “Women need to learn about the prevention, signs and symptoms, and treatment of heart disease just as much as men do. There is a lot of publicity about breast cancer and fear of this disease gets wo…

    Love Your Heart All Year Long & Live Longer, Part 3
    February 16, 2012
    Love Your Heart All Year Long & Live Longer, Part 3

    267,000 women die each year from heart attacks -- six times as many as breast cancer. The good news is, you can tilt the odds in your favor. Click here to see the #1 and #2 things you can do. Click he…

    Love Your Heart All Year Long & Live Longer, Part 2
    February 15, 2012
    Love Your Heart All Year Long & Live Longer, Part 2

    There are nine major risk factors that impact heart disease. The good news?  There’s something you can do about each one to help prevent heart disease. Yesterday we talked about smoking and cholest…

    Ladies, Love Your Heart & Live Longer
    February 14, 2012
    Ladies, Love Your Heart & Live Longer

    Today 35 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate will be sold. That’s nothing compared to the 8 billion, yes 8 BILLION, chalky little “Will You Be Mine” heart shaped candies that will fly off th…

    Breakthrough Test for Down Syndrome
    January 13, 2011
    Breakthrough Test for Down Syndrome

    A new technique could revolutionize diagnosis using a new test for Down syndrome in a way that mothers will love. All it takes is 1/2 tsp of the mother's blood for stunningly accurate results. Then No…

    The History of Germs
    September 28, 2010
    The History of Germs: Dr. Greene Explains

    In our lifetime the role of germs in infection has been an accepted fact, but it wasn't always so. Before this important discovery life was very different. I've narrated this informative video to tell…

    Brown vs. White Rice: A Fork in the Road
    June 15, 2010
    Brown vs. White Rice: A Fork in the Road

    It’s time to change America’s first food. What if white rice helped trigger diabetes and brown rice helped to prevent it, regardless of lifestyle? That's just what a 2010 Harvard study suggests. B…

    Endometriosis Is Scary, Too
    June 9, 2010
    Endometriosis Is Scary, Too

    There is something growing inside of my body that's not supposed to be there, and I can't do anything about it. It hurts me physically as well as my relationships with those around me. Too little is k…

    I Have Endometriosis
    June 8, 2010
    I Have Endometriosis

    I created this postcard in 2007 to express my feelings. I intended to share it anonymously at PostSecret.com, but I was inspired to share it publicly after a post in the Endometriosis Research Center'…

    The Top Five Things I Want Others to Know about Endometriosis.
    June 7, 2010
    The Top Five Things I Want Others to Know about Endometriosis.



    5) I cry every time the pain is so bad that it keeps me from being a productive member of society. It is the pain that makes it hard for me to visit with friends and family or work, not because I don'…

    Chemicals, Cancer, and Change
    May 7, 2010
    Chemicals, Cancer, & Change

    One of the most exciting reports I have ever read, Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk – What We Can Do Now, was released this week by the President’s Cancer Panel, along with significant coverage …

    F-Throat Part 2
    March 31, 2010
    F-Throat Part 2

    In the video below I discuss how to treat what I call F-Throat, or a sore throat caused by Fusobacterium necrophorum.  It's an important health topic that you should know about, especially if you or …

    F-Throat Part 1
    March 30, 2010
    F-Throat Part 1: Dr. Greene Explains

    What I call F-Throat, which is really just a sore throat caused by a bacteria called Fusobacterium necrophorum, is a common, important, treatable illness -- but because it doesn't show up on a typica…

    March 26, 2010
    Ella, Ethan’s Big Sister

    Zoo We Mama! I know most people think going to the movies is just a regular thing, but for my brother and I it was a real milestone. My brother and I read the series Diary Of A Wimpy Kid together, and…

    Ethan’s Epilepsy Soup by Gracie, Ethan's Big Sister
    March 25, 2010
    Ethan’s Epilepsy Soup by Gracie, Ethan’s Big Sister

    Three years ago I received a phone call to my dorm room saying that my younger brother had suffered a seizure. I was shocked to say the least and ever since that night a lot of things have changed in …

    March 24, 2010
    Curt, Ethan’s Dad

    When my wife told me we were asked to be guest bloggers on Dr. Greene’s site I was very excited. Any time my family has a chance to talk about epilepsy we are more than willing. My 11-year-old son E…