It seems there is something comforting about naming a problem. A doctor’s diagnosis is somewhat consoling, even if the remedy may be difficult. Of course the best is when the doctor can prescribe a few pills that will easily solve the problem. Is dyslexia real? How much comfort can we harvest from the name? Are there any available pills? Are there any “quack” remedies that we would do well to avoid?
CONTRIBUTOR: Robert Heatwole
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