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Find pictures/websites to share general idea of what tourettes looks like... Examples of both genders experiencing the syndrome

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke http://www.ninds.nih.gov/index.htm

Find pictures/websites to share general idea of what tourettes looks like... Examples of both genders experiencinghttp://www.ninds.nih.gov/index.htm ○ http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/tourette/detail_tourette.htm ■ This website is a collection of diseases that plague the human brain and capacity for thought, but it also goes into detail specifically about “bodily upsets” that cause brain difficulties, such as strokes or concussions. ★ Kids Health - kidshealth.org ○ http://kidshealth.org/kid/health_problems/brain/k_tourette.html ■ The above cited address is a specific page geared towards Tourette Syndrome, but this site also gives a general overview about a lot of things that have to do with the development of children. Many people would be easily interested to know this information. The pages give deeper explanations to many questions about regular “life-stuff”. However, it does appear to have quite straightforward language that could be understood simply, which may be really just an attempt to make the site more accessible. The site even has an side-ad giving the reader an opportunity to find out “What You Don’t Know About Nick Jonas,” which leads to a further description on how the youngest Jonas brother is actually a type 1 diabetic! ★ NHS UK ○ www.nhs.uk http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Tourette-syndrome/Pages/Introduction.aspx " id="pdf-obj-0-9" src="pdf-obj-0-9.jpg">

http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/tourette/detail_tourette.htm This website is a collection of diseases that plague the human brain and capacity for thought, but it also goes into detail specifically about “bodily upsets” that cause brain difficulties, such as strokes or concussions.

Kids Health - kidshealth.org

Find pictures/websites to share general idea of what tourettes looks like... Examples of both genders experiencinghttp://www.ninds.nih.gov/index.htm ○ http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/tourette/detail_tourette.htm ■ This website is a collection of diseases that plague the human brain and capacity for thought, but it also goes into detail specifically about “bodily upsets” that cause brain difficulties, such as strokes or concussions. ★ Kids Health - kidshealth.org ○ http://kidshealth.org/kid/health_problems/brain/k_tourette.html ■ The above cited address is a specific page geared towards Tourette Syndrome, but this site also gives a general overview about a lot of things that have to do with the development of children. Many people would be easily interested to know this information. The pages give deeper explanations to many questions about regular “life-stuff”. However, it does appear to have quite straightforward language that could be understood simply, which may be really just an attempt to make the site more accessible. The site even has an side-ad giving the reader an opportunity to find out “What You Don’t Know About Nick Jonas,” which leads to a further description on how the youngest Jonas brother is actually a type 1 diabetic! ★ NHS UK ○ www.nhs.uk http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Tourette-syndrome/Pages/Introduction.aspx " id="pdf-obj-0-19" src="pdf-obj-0-19.jpg">

The above cited address is a specific page geared towards Tourette Syndrome, but this site also gives a general overview about a lot of things that have to do with the development of children. Many people would be easily interested to know this information. The pages give deeper explanations to many questions about regular “life-stuff”. However, it does appear to have quite straightforward language that could be understood simply, which may be really just an attempt to make the site more accessible. The site even has an side-ad giving the reader an opportunity to find out “What You Don’t Know About Nick Jonas,” which leads to a further description on how the youngest Jonas brother is actually a type 1 diabetic!

NHS UK www.nhs.uk

Find pictures/websites to share general idea of what tourettes looks like... Examples of both genders experiencinghttp://www.ninds.nih.gov/index.htm ○ http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/tourette/detail_tourette.htm ■ This website is a collection of diseases that plague the human brain and capacity for thought, but it also goes into detail specifically about “bodily upsets” that cause brain difficulties, such as strokes or concussions. ★ Kids Health - kidshealth.org ○ http://kidshealth.org/kid/health_problems/brain/k_tourette.html ■ The above cited address is a specific page geared towards Tourette Syndrome, but this site also gives a general overview about a lot of things that have to do with the development of children. Many people would be easily interested to know this information. The pages give deeper explanations to many questions about regular “life-stuff”. However, it does appear to have quite straightforward language that could be understood simply, which may be really just an attempt to make the site more accessible. The site even has an side-ad giving the reader an opportunity to find out “What You Don’t Know About Nick Jonas,” which leads to a further description on how the youngest Jonas brother is actually a type 1 diabetic! ★ NHS UK ○ www.nhs.uk http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Tourette-syndrome/Pages/Introduction.aspx " id="pdf-obj-0-33" src="pdf-obj-0-33.jpg">

This site goes into more specifics about when the disease starts in the human lifespan and how it is caused, as well as treatments for it and other various information.

Mayo Clinic - mayoclinic.org

■ This site goes into more specifics about when the disease starts in the human lifespanhttp://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/tourette-syndrome/bas ics/definition/con-20043570 ■ This site first lists a general definition for the disease and then offers a link for further research on the symptoms. After this slot of info, there’s another link at the bottom sending the reader to find out about causes, then a link about “risk factors”, then one referring to “complications”, then a link on how to “prepare for appointments”, then a link on further description of testing and diagnosing, following this, the site lists various treatments and drugs available to assist an individual with Tourette Syndrome. The final link this site provides is a direct explanation of how to cope better while living with the disease and where one can start finding support for what they are experiencing. ★ New York Times - well.blogs.nytimes.com ○ Article: “A Soccer Star and Role Model With Tourette Syndrome” ○ http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/10/01/a-soccer-star-and-role-mod el-with-tourette-syndrome/?_r=0 ■ This article is listed under a link that is part of the NY Times site. It is an off-shoot called the “Well Blog” , really a short-form title for the forum dubbed “The Well Column”. The Article cited above is a story on Tim Howard, a well-renowned soccer athlete who quietly lives with Tourette Syndrome and goes through his own version of the disease, even while spending mostly the rest of his life “in the limelight” as it were. This article appears to be a welcome opportunity for the star to share insight on how children and parents can positively respond to the appearance " id="pdf-obj-1-8" src="pdf-obj-1-8.jpg">

This site first lists a general definition for the disease and then offers a link for further research on the symptoms. After this slot of info, there’s another link at the bottom sending the reader to find out about causes, then a link about “risk factors”, then one referring to “complications”, then a link on how to “prepare for appointments”, then a link on further description of testing and diagnosing, following this, the site lists various treatments and drugs available to assist an individual with Tourette Syndrome. The final link this site provides is a direct explanation of how to cope better while living with the disease and where one can start finding support for what they are experiencing.

New York Times - well.blogs.nytimes.com Article: “A Soccer Star and Role Model With Tourette Syndrome”

■ This site goes into more specifics about when the disease starts in the human lifespanhttp://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/tourette-syndrome/bas ics/definition/con-20043570 ■ This site first lists a general definition for the disease and then offers a link for further research on the symptoms. After this slot of info, there’s another link at the bottom sending the reader to find out about causes, then a link about “risk factors”, then one referring to “complications”, then a link on how to “prepare for appointments”, then a link on further description of testing and diagnosing, following this, the site lists various treatments and drugs available to assist an individual with Tourette Syndrome. The final link this site provides is a direct explanation of how to cope better while living with the disease and where one can start finding support for what they are experiencing. ★ New York Times - well.blogs.nytimes.com ○ Article: “A Soccer Star and Role Model With Tourette Syndrome” ○ http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/10/01/a-soccer-star-and-role-mod el-with-tourette-syndrome/?_r=0 ■ This article is listed under a link that is part of the NY Times site. It is an off-shoot called the “Well Blog” , really a short-form title for the forum dubbed “The Well Column”. The Article cited above is a story on Tim Howard, a well-renowned soccer athlete who quietly lives with Tourette Syndrome and goes through his own version of the disease, even while spending mostly the rest of his life “in the limelight” as it were. This article appears to be a welcome opportunity for the star to share insight on how children and parents can positively respond to the appearance " id="pdf-obj-1-23" src="pdf-obj-1-23.jpg">
■ This site goes into more specifics about when the disease starts in the human lifespanhttp://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/tourette-syndrome/bas ics/definition/con-20043570 ■ This site first lists a general definition for the disease and then offers a link for further research on the symptoms. After this slot of info, there’s another link at the bottom sending the reader to find out about causes, then a link about “risk factors”, then one referring to “complications”, then a link on how to “prepare for appointments”, then a link on further description of testing and diagnosing, following this, the site lists various treatments and drugs available to assist an individual with Tourette Syndrome. The final link this site provides is a direct explanation of how to cope better while living with the disease and where one can start finding support for what they are experiencing. ★ New York Times - well.blogs.nytimes.com ○ Article: “A Soccer Star and Role Model With Tourette Syndrome” ○ http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/10/01/a-soccer-star-and-role-mod el-with-tourette-syndrome/?_r=0 ■ This article is listed under a link that is part of the NY Times site. It is an off-shoot called the “Well Blog” , really a short-form title for the forum dubbed “The Well Column”. The Article cited above is a story on Tim Howard, a well-renowned soccer athlete who quietly lives with Tourette Syndrome and goes through his own version of the disease, even while spending mostly the rest of his life “in the limelight” as it were. This article appears to be a welcome opportunity for the star to share insight on how children and parents can positively respond to the appearance " id="pdf-obj-1-25" src="pdf-obj-1-25.jpg">

This article is listed under a link that is part of the NY Times site. It is an off-shoot called the “Well Blog” , really a short-form title for the forum dubbed “The Well Column”. The Article cited above is a story on Tim Howard, a well-renowned soccer athlete who quietly lives with Tourette Syndrome and goes through his own version of the disease, even while spending mostly the rest of his life “in the limelight” as it were. This article appears to be a welcome opportunity for the star to share insight on how children and parents can positively respond to the appearance

of TS during their lives. He goes on to share how the onset of this drawback affected the successes in his career, as well as how it influences his daily life, his childhood, his growth process and his personal mindself. Howard is “the star goalie of the United States men’s national soccer team” and he has been professionally playing the sport since 1997.

CNN - edition.cnn.com

of TS during their lives. He goes on to share how the onset of this drawbackhttp://edition.cnn.com/2014/07/01/sport/football/tim-howard-spotligh t/ ■ This link is some further information on the star soccer goalie’s attributes. The brief article goes on to list 10 unique points about his interesting life as “America's new soccer hero”. It’s exciting and inspiring to find that an individual like Howard can make such an impact on the world and teens, showing others that great things are still doable despite the hard realities of living with Tourette Syndrome. ★ " id="pdf-obj-2-7" src="pdf-obj-2-7.jpg">

This link is some further information on the star soccer goalie’s attributes. The brief article goes on to list 10 unique points about his interesting life as “America's new soccer hero”. It’s exciting and inspiring to find that an individual like Howard can make such an impact on the world and teens, showing others that great things are still doable despite the hard realities of living with Tourette Syndrome.