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Childrens Health

Vitamin D intake in pregnancy prevents RSV infections in infants

The Journal of Pediatrics published a study that found infants, who are deficient in vitamin D at birth, have a six times higher risk of developing RSV during their first year of life. Nearly 100,000 children under the age of one are hospitalized every single year due to RSV infections.

93 percent of unborn babies contaminated with GMO toxins, study finds

A landmark new study out of Canada exposes yet another lie propagated by the biotechnology industry, this time blowing a hole in the false claim that a certain genetic pesticide used in the cultivation of genetically-modified (GM) crops does not end up in the human body upon consumption.

Children's brains needlessly exposed to cancer-linked radiation

Are you a parent? Here's a simple question to ask yourself: if your youngster receives a bump on the head, would you rather keep an eye on your child for 4 to 6 hours to make sure he or she suffered no serious trauma -- or would you prefer that doctors zap your child's brain with ionizing radiation from costly computed tomography (CT) scans just to make you feel better immediately?

Sudden Cardiac Death in Young Athletes More Common Than Thought

If after perusing the news, you think to yourself, “Why are more young people dropping dead after a sporting event?” then you are on to something. Most recently it was basketball player Wes Leonard of Michigan and Texas quarterback Reggie Garrett. Both high schoolers collapsed and died right after scoring the winning play.

Public school bans students from bringing lunches from home, forces them to eat cafeteria food

Individual responsibility and personal freedom are becoming a thing of the past in the nation's public schools, as strict control over what students can and cannot eat -- or bring to school to eat -- escalates to near-dictatorial levels.

When It Comes to Natural Health for Children, We’re Living in a Police State

Increasingly, state governments are determining what treatments a child can and cannot have—regardless of parents’ wishes. Three shocking stories prove the point.