Reuters, Fox and other media outlets reported September 13 about a large European raw milk study published at the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, online August 29, 2011, showing kids who drink raw milk are 41% less likely to suffer from asthma and allergies.
In times of peace, every State in America allows exemptions from vaccines on religious, moral, and/or philosophical grounds, so vaccines are never technically mandatory.
YOU may not wonder why women have bumps around their nipples but it has bemused many. Now the mystery has been solved. Smelly secretions released from the nipples of women who have just given birth may help babies find and extract their mother's milk.
On Tuesday’s Robert Scott Bell Show (10-10-11) April Boden, vaccine activist, blogger and mother of a vaccine-damaged six-year-old in California, reveals her deeply insightful take on the politics of the two – count them, two – vaccine bills, that were just passed by Governor Jerry “Drug-Fever” Brown.
The European Union (EU) recently approved a new toy safety directive which states that children younger than eight are not permitted to blow up balloons.
Insanity prevailed in California once again today as Governor Jerry Brown signed bill AB499 allowing 12-year-old children the ability to consent to being injected with Gardasil vaccines without their parents' knowledge
Law-abiding politicians would deport illegal immigrants;the Obama administration spends scarce tax dollars assuring their well-being. Judicial Watch reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a ground-breaking new program to stamp out childhood obesity —among the children of illegals.
Findings Are in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
For a long list of reasons, the day-to-day life of a child in foster care can be challenging. Foster parents are often stretched thin and overburdened, foster children often wrestle with emotional issues that can go misdiagnosed, unrecognized or misunderstood, and qualified medical care for this vulnerable population is constantly in short supply.
Charlotte Thompson Iserbyt served as the head of policy at the Department of Education during the first administration of Ronald Reagan.