This week on Thrive: Oct. 12 – 16

Here’s a quick look at what Thrive was up to last week.

Arianna Faro shares her story of how she’s struggled with the rare, disfiguring disease Klippel-Trenaunay (KT) syndrome, but has come to accept the role it plays in her life. A new study has reignited worries about BPA exposure being hazardous to our children. We find out in the last part of our milk allergy series if Brett Nasuti has been cured, and his mom, Robyn, tell us how the result affects her family. Parents tell us why they’ve chosen to give their children the H1N1 vaccine. The HealthMap team gives us a weekly update on the latest H1N1 news. We’re keeping up with Children’s Hospital Boston’s heart team in Ghana. Children’s resident Mediatrician helps a dad figure out how his son can balance school work and social media. A Children’s study  aims to catch dyslexia before it catches your child.