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I don’t think there will ever be agreement over Dr. Rosemond’s views. However, since we have an professional response by Dr. Caroline Fisher, there must be something about Dr Rosemond’s advice that gets under the skin.

The debate over ADHD will not be over until there is some physical basis that can be relied on. If ADHD is a caused by a chemical imbalance, then the diagnosis should be based on testing of those chemicals. What shouldn’t happen is to assign the ADHD moniker to a child based solely on the behavior. Case in point (purely anecdotal): My nephew at age 15 started exhibiting behavior which doctors (a psychiatrist among them) immediately labeled schizophrenia. He spent 18 months taking high levels of antipsychotic medications plus six months in a therapeutic clinic with no improvement. There is no schizophrenia in either side of the family. From the very beginning his father was adamant that he did not have schizophrenia and spent considerable time researching.

Eventually,
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they found a veterinarian physician who broke through the horror this family was going through. This lead to a diagnosis of Lyme disease and still the psychiatrist insisted it was schizophrenia. It’s taken my nephew over a year to ease back into school (part time) and to get off the drugs. He’s a year behind in school and is still suffering the effects of drugs he should have never been on. His whole family has been in counseling to deal with the disruption to their lives all because a doctor based his diagnosis on behavior instead of doing his due diligence. Maybe Dr. Rosemond isn’t so bad after all.

I think Rosemond makes several good points on parenting. There is a lot over lazy parenting and over reliance on medications for totally normal kid behavior that are completely resolvable with consistent discipline. Doctors and shrinks need patients to make a profit, hence the over reliance on psych medications, and too many parents today would rather shove psych meds down their kids’ throats and stick a smartphone in their hands to keep them busy rather than take the time and effort to teach their kids respect, responsibility,
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Poyser was caught red handed Thursday as he drove a van packed with boosted name brand goods destined for his own boutique in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, law enforcement sources said.

More than $130,000 in designer duds and accessories were seized from Poyser’s van and the shop he opened nearly a year ago, a law enforcement source told the Daily News. Maxx: Poyser’s discount store on Church Ave. in the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn was allegedly stocked with goods stolen from a Maxx store in Long Island. (Joe Marino/New York Daily News)

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On July 28 and Aug. 3, the store sleuths tailed him to the East Flatbush store and watched him unload the loot. Then they went to the Brooklyn district attorney’s office, which sent undercover officers to his store.
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The blues is a distinctive genre, but like all music these days, its lines have been blurred for the better, as the 19th annual Pocono Blues Festival showed this weekend.

Through 20 acts on three stages over its three days, the festival showed how broad the blues base has become. And no acts demonstrated it better than Sunday’s two headliners.

The 75 minute set of 1980s hit makers The Fabulous Thunderbirds’ blue through 15 songs that went from traditional blues to R the band’s signature blues rock and near pop, but it kept the audience thinned and tentative from a mid afternoon thunderstorm moving and hollering along.

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Following them, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner chugged through a slightly longer set that, except for the rocking lead guitar of Rick Holmstrom would have been straight up gospel.

But there’s a reason the audience embraced both: They deserved it.

The Fab T Birds are neither as tight nor as menacing as they were at their 1986 peak, but they’re still plenty good.

Reaching back to 1979, they opened with “Wait on Time,” immediately focusing on lead guitarist , who played with the gusto of a coal miner, chopping and shoveling his axe with fury, holding his breath as his hands moved in swift solos.

The chugging song also had the crowd moving, and they grew less inhibited as the set continued.

Wilson, who’s nearing 60, sang with less swagger in his voice and swung a little slower, but the crowd’s movement was his doing. An older couple in the crowd did a Carolina shag; later, when the T Birds slowed it down, another couple slow danced.

Perhaps saving his spotlight for last, Wilson was a harp virtuoso on the penultimate song, an instrumental on which he blew for eight minutes straight including four minutes solo.

Of course, they played their biggest hits: I Up” halfway through and “Tuff Enuff” to close the main set. But they highlighted neither “Wrap It Up” lasted just three minutes and “Tuff Enuff,” even with band introductions, just five.

It was a testament to the crowd’s blues leaning that those song got only as much response as the traditional blues numbers, and for the encore Wilson wailed through another instrumental.

Like The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Staples is showing some age.

She leaned heavily on her new album, “You Are Not Alone,” due out Sept. 14 and produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, saying the first two songs were being played for a live audience for the first time. The first, an a cappella version of the traditional “Wonderful Savior,” was, indeed, wonderful. The second, the Tweedy penned “Only the Lord Knows,” added some growl to her distinctive husky voice, as well as some mean guitar.

Those elements also pervaded the set. On the traditional “Wade in the Water,” her rasp sank to a growl as the band laid a deep groove and Holmstrom fired blistering riffs. The new disc’s “I Belong to the Band” had the audience dancing perhaps equally because of joy of the spiritual and of the flesh and ended with the band keeping handclap beats and Staples whispering the lyrics.

“Everybody feel alright?” she asked, knowing the answer. “I feel pretty good, too.”

There were many highlights: The Band’s “The Weight” [The Staple Singers appeared in The Band’s movie “The last Waltz”] was revelatory, as Staples turned it into a full gospel number, and the end repeating “Put the weight on me! Put the weight on me!” The crowd gave the song a big cheer.

John Fogerty’s “Wrote A Song for Everyone,” also on her new album, had meaning mined from a wounded soul. Allen Toussaint’s “Last Train,” also from the new disc, had Staples scat singing. And “Freedom Highway” was a reminder of Staples’ role as a civil rights activist. 1 hit from 1972. It stretched more than 10 minutes as Staples had the crowd sing along, then did a call and response with the title.

“We’ve been taking you there for 60 years, and we’re not tired yet!” Staples told the crowd. “We’ll be back.”

With a promise like that, who could have left the festival with the blues?

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ANAHEIM Just because they riding a three game winning streak and are in first place in the Central Division, it doesn mean everything perfect with the Winnipeg Jets.

The team top line has struggled offensively as of late with Blake Wheeler, Patrik Laine and Kyle Connor combining for just five points in the last five games.

Something simply wasn looking right with a line that is made up of the team leading scorer (Wheeler), leading goal scorer (Laine) and leading rookie scorer (Connor).

Jets coach Paul Maurice finally said enough was enough in Tuesday night overtime win over the San Jose Sharks, taking Connor, who has struggled considerably since the team bye week, off the line and replacing him with fellow rookie Jack Roslovic.

Connor was moved down to the fourth line with Matt Hendricks and Marko Dano and it looks like he stay there Thursday when the Jets take on the Anaheim Ducks at the Honda Center.

think that line with (Connor) and (Laine) had stopped moving particularly well, Maurice said. think (Roslovic) has done some really good things with his speed and when he went there the line started to get some offensive zone time, which had kind of gotten away from them. a bold move, considering Roslovic hasn scored a single goal or point in his seven game NHL career. But he performed very well at the AHL level this season and has had plenty of chances to score in his limited NHL action, mostly on the fourth line or on the power play.

You get the sense this is more about Connor, the 21 year old who has 15 goals and 29 points but has not been forechecking as ferociously as he did earlier in the season and has been turning pucks over in the neutral zone.

spend a lot of time in video making sure they keep their confidence, Maurice said of the effect this move might have on Connor mentally. the same time they got to be thrown in the deep end a little bit in terms of fighting for their own (role). So Kyle will try to get back to the game that he had played, probably since we called him up until just before Christmas.

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decision, he said. just play wherever I play. It just playing with different ice time, playing with different players, just trying to stay in it on the bench and just trying to have as much of a positive impact as you can. with just one assist in his last five games, how is his game right now?

fine, Connor said. playing good. for Roslovic, drafted in the same year and round as Connor, this is a tremendous opportunity.

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URBANA The Champaign County state’s attorney has filed criminal charges against a Mattoon man whose distracted driving near an interstate construction zone in June led to the death of a Camargo child.

State’s Attorney Julia Rietz said Wednesday she charged Steven Kruse, 37, with reckless homicide, aggravated reckless driving and aggravated unlawful use of an electronic communication device in connection with the June 8 crash that claimed the life of Caitlin Conner, 10. that Thursday when it was hit from behind by Kruse’s Jeep.

The impact of the collision shoved Conner’s car into the rear of a semitrailer driven by John Scholes, 20, of Charleston.

Debra Conner and Caitlin’s 13 year old sister, who was in the front seat of Conner’s car, were also injured. Caitlin Conner was in the back seat and was pronounced dead at the scene.

At the time, Kruse was issued tickets for unlawful use of electronic device and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, both petty fine only offenses for which he’s been appearing in traffic court monthly since August.

Rietz said she decided to file the criminal charges against Kruse after receiving the report of an Illinois State Police crash reconstuction specialist on Jan. 8 as well as reports concerning the activity on Kruse’s cellphone.

That trooper’s report took months to complete, she said, because he is the only reconstruction specialist for 36 counties in this part of Illinois.

“He does his crash reconstuctions as they occur chronologically. It took a while to complete,” she said, adding that Caitlin Conner’s family had been kept apprised of the progress.

Rietz said she met with the family twice, including one meeting that the reconstruction specialist attended.

The reckless homicide charge alleges that Kruse, “while acting in a reckless manner, operated a motor vehicle on I 57 at a high rate of speed approaching a construction zone where vehicles were stopped due to traffic and looked away from the road and picked up his cellphone in response to an audible sound from the device, resulting in his being unable to stop his vehicle in time to avoid a collision, thereby causing the death of Caitlin Conner.”

The counts of aggravated reckless driving involve the same allegations but address the great bodily harm suffered by Debra Conner and Caitlin’s sister.

The charge of aggravated unlawful use of an electronic device alleges that Kruse drove while using an electronic communication device and was involved in an accident which caused death or great bodily harm.

All are felonies for which probation is an option if he is convicted.

Reckless homicide is a Class 3 felony with a potential prison term of between two and five years. All the other charges are Class 4 felonies with potential prison sentences of one to three years.
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URBANA The attorney for a Mattoon man criminally charged with causing the death of a child by his distracted driving wants to hear what evidence that state has.

Champaign attorney Matt Lee asked Judge John Kennedy to set a probable cause hearing for Steven Kruse.

The 37 year old man was arraigned Wednesday on six felony counts stemming from a late afternoon accident on June 8 on Interstate 57 near Champaign that killed Caitlin Conner, 10, of Camargo, and injured her older sister and her grandmother.

Kennedy allowed Kruse to remain free on his own recognizance and set the hearing for Feb. 14. Kruse had been issued a traffic ticket immediately after the accident but more serious criminal charges were filed against him Jan. 17 after State’s Attorney Julia Rietz received accident reconstruction reports. Wednesday was Kruse’s first court appearance on the criminal charges.

Lee said he has not yet received the Illinois State Police reports that Rietz relied on in charging Kruse with reckless homicide, aggravated use of an electronic communication device, and aggravated reckless driving.

The reckless homicide charge said Kruse was approaching, “at a high rate of speed,” a construction zone on I 57 where traffic was stopped and “looked away from the road and picked up his cellphone in response to some audible sound from the device resulting in him being unable to stop his vehicle in time to avoid a collision, thereby causing the death of Caitlin Conner.”

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The aggravated reckless driving and aggravated unlawful use of an electyronic communication device counts are Class 4 felonies, with penalties ranging from probation to one to three years in prison.

Those counts use language that accuse Kruse of “willful and wanton disregard for the safety of persons and property” by operating his car at a fast speed near a construction zone and looking away from the road and picking up a beeping cellphone.

The charges allege his careless actions led to the death of Caitlin Conner and caused great bodily harm to Lily Lawrence, 13, of Camargo, and Debra Conner, 58, of Mattoon.

Both Debra Conner and Kruse were southbound when the crash occurred. Kruse’s Jeep Cherokee hit the rear of Conner’s Chevrolet Cobalt, driving it into the rear of a stopped semitrailer tractor truck.

The girls’ parents appeared in court with other relatives to see Kruse arraigned, but declined through a victim witness advocate for the state’s attorney’s office, to say anything.

Kruse came to court with his parents.

After the hearing, Lee said his client is “very, very sorry” for what happened. “On behalf of Steven,
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I want to express our deepest condolences to the Conner family.”