The MedHelp forums have helped me tremendously in an unexpected way. I am a fairly new immigrant to North America and since the majority of comments is coming from the US, just reading the forums has opened my eyes to the people of this continent faster than I could ever have learned in person. I am so impressed with the knowledge and eagerness to help others that fills the majority of forums that I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone, globally, and the creators of MedHelp. Last not least, I can not imagine life without the Child Behavior and the Maternal and Child forum anymore. The inspiration and information I have received is tremendous. All we need now is a little forum on the side called "Kids say the darndest things" to get some healthy laughter into the equation. Thank you so much.
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