Articles: Your Children
Why Do Children Get Sick?
Do you always find yourself
asking why your child is always getting sick? It's simple,
their Immune System are weak and in most cases, it comes down to
only 3 simple reasons.
Alternatives to Ritalin
Hyperactivity, or attention deficit disorder (ADD), is ten times more common in boys than in girls, but yet it is not considered a common disorder.
Babies – Take Steps to Protect Their IQ and Brain Development
Babies…adorable, precious, innocent, dependent. They’re little miracles and totally dependent on us for their care. To be a parent is the greatest opportunity and an assignment that comes without training.
Health Canada should ban lice shampoos with insecticide: activists
Parents of children battling head lice are being urged to avoid over-the-counter treatments that contain a pesticide outlawed for agricultural use in dozens of countries — including Canada — because of its adverse effects on humans and the water supply.
HPV Vaccine Mandates Risky and Expensive
VIENNA, Va., Feb. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), the nation's leading vaccine safety and informed consent advocacy organization, is urging state legislatures to investigate the safety and cost of mandating Merck's HPV vaccine (GARDASIL) for all pre- adolescent girls before introducing legislation amending state vaccine laws. In an analysis of reports made to the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) since the CDC's July 2006 universal use recommendation for all young girls, NVIC found reports of loss of consciousness, seizures, joint pain and Guillain-Barre
Is it enough to treat Eczema topically?
Why is it so common? It seems like every time I turn around, someone is telling me that their infant has eczema. Well, I haven’t come up with the answer to my question, but I have learned how to get rid of it….from the inside.
Protect Your Baby from ADD and Other Learning Disabilities
Synthetic chemicals are impacting our children’s health!
Vaccine-autism question divides parents, scientists
YUMA, Arizona (CNN) -- At 13, Michelle Cedillo can't speak, wears a diaper and requires round-the-clock monitoring in case she has a seizure. While her peers go to school or the mall or spend time with friends, the Yuma, Arizona, teenager remains at home, where she entertains herself with picture books and "Sesame Street" and "Blue's Clues" DVDs.
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