Skin to skin contact between the mother and her new-born baby can have impressive healing and even life-saving effects for the infant. Evidence shows that the human body is not just a dynamic sophisticated biochemical and genetic system; there are strong energetic, emotional and psychological aspects that interact decisively with the physical counterparts of the body and can make a very measurable difference in our physiological functions.
Electronic media increasingly dominates our social interactions, as well as consuming much of our free time. Some experts have gone so far as to coin the disease term "Facebook Affective Disorder."
Research has determined that a mother's drinking pasteurized, homogenized cow's milk during breastfeeding significantly increases the chances of her infant becoming allergic.
Laundry detergents are the number 1 cause of childhood poisonings. There is a better way. Soap Nuts, an all natural, organic laundry soap you can eat.
More states are trying to pass legislation allowing children to consent to vaccines, a procedure that comes with a risk of injury and death. Attorney Phillips' legal analysis reveals multiple violations of state and federal laws found in New York's bill A497, which proposes to allow children to consent to vaccines for sexually transmitted diseases.
Why do Americans go out of their way to remove this part of human anatomy, when the rest of the world does not?
How do vaginally delivered, exclusively breastfed infants fare in comparison to their Cesearean delivered, formula-fed counterparts? Does it impact the delicate infant microbiome?
When it comes to pregnancy, this intervention has slipped stealthily into the experience of nearly every pregnant woman alive today. But is it safe for expectant mothers or their babies?
Medicine has had a way of treating infants and babies like mini-adults, in this case seeking to vaccinate babies over 2.2 lbs. Is it any wonder that preterm infants are at 5x greater risk for autism, syndromal evidence of chronic brain inflammation?
Vaccines: A New Jersey bill would limit vaccine religious exemptions by requiring parents to state their religious beliefs. This raises a number of legal and ethical concerns.