March 1980 Texas Adoptee Looking For Birthparents

I am a Texas adoptee who was born the week of spring 1980 at Polly Ryan Medical Center in Richmond, Texas. I believe that one or both of my birthparents were in the military, and both worked in restaurants. Birthmother was born in 1957 with two sisters 1960 and 1961. My birthparents were married in February 1979, and were married for six months. I had seizures at birth as well. I had a closed adoption with now Spaulding For Children based in Houston, Texas. My birthfather was born in 1958. Over the past few years I have had adoptee angels working to filter through public records looking for a possible connection. I have had names checked as if I knew who they were, then I could receive my original birth certificate from the state. The names that I have right now that have not been checked are as follows:

Birthmother: Darlene Kay (Bennett) Peters
Birthfather: Douglas R. Whitehead

They should still be somewhere near Richmond, Texas today!

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

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Dr. Ben F. Feingold's Flea Theory

>> Saturday, January 31, 2009

I've been reading Dr. Feingold's book, "Why Your Child Is Hyperactive", and I thought that I would write a few things about. This book teaches the science behind the Feingold Program as Dr. Feingold discovered that additives and colorings/flavorings do harm the body.

"Demonstrated that the reaction to the flea bite was induced by a( low molecular weight) chemical present in the saliva of the insect. This is known as hapten. Because of its size, the little hapten is an immune or an allergic response. However, when combined with proteins which are larger-molecular weight substances, it is able to stimulate the body defense mechanism and produce allergic reactions. This phenomenon involving the hapten was demonstrated by Drs. Carl Landsteiner and Merrill Chase of the Rockeffer Institute.

Where the insidious flea bite was concerned we learned that the hapten combined with the collagen of the skin. Working with guinea pigs one flea nips would cause no trouble. Another bite a few days later would set them off- a clear example of delayed hypersensitivity. The chemicals man uses as drugs and chemicals used as food additives are both low-molecular compounds, subject to the same behavior as the hapten demonstrated in flea saliva." Thus leading to the possibility of food, drug, and cosmetic coloring dyes were in fact able to create hypersensitivity in people.


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