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Are you or a loved on living with Bipolar Disorder? If so, teaching psychologist and licensed nutrition counselor Michael Rose says it may be a nutritional deficiency disease that can be overcome. Learn how in his award-winning book that BookAuthority.org has recognized as one of the 48 Best Bipolar Disorder books of all time.
RMA Publicity is happy to share that two new books coming out this fall that we represent are featured in the Pioneer Press' Fall Books article, "Mysteries, Folktales, History and Adventure." Check out the listings for "Panic River" by Elliott Foster and "Evidence of V" by Sheila O'Connor in this article by Mary Ann Grossman.
The online version of West Metro Health magazine's August 2019 issue just become available, and Judy Stoffel, author, #LOOKUP: A Parenting Guide to Screen Use is featured in the magazine. She was interviewed for the article, Advice for parents on how best to keep their little ones busy, which appears on Pages 16, 17 and 18.
Here is a link to the web version of the magazine. Learn more about the book, which serves as a great resource for parents on how best to manage their kids' access to social media, at TheLookUpBook.com.
As the kids get ready to go back to school, one thing a lot of parents and teachers will be talking about is the increasing use of smartphones and tablets among young kids. While some consider them a tool that enhances learning, Judy Stoffel, author, #LOOKUP: A Parenting Guide to Screen Use, argues they can be very distracting, and even addictive.
She shares her opinion in the story, "Screen Quandary: Family Life in the Technology Age," published in the Aug. 29 issue of The Catholic Spirit newspaper.