Be a Vaccine Safety Superhero

Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest This article is copyrighted by Fearless Parent™ 2016 by Louise Kuo Habakus Oh yeah, there are rumblings. Bone shaking and deafening. Are the gods bowling or is the suppression of truth no longer able to be neatly contained in an etherized, sound bite world? Who needs Batman v Superman? The Dawn of Justice is right
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Imagine the Perfect Vaccine

Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest This article is copyrighted by Fearless Parent™ 2016 Editor’s note: Perfect vaccine, eh? If you mutter something about the perfect oxymoron, I wouldn’t blame you. For the 70+ doses of 16 vaccines children receive today, there doesn’t seem to be a lot of health coming through that needle. Over half of US kids are chronically ill
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A Mind of Your Own When It Counts… Act Now!

by Louise Kuo Habakus Our Medical Director Kelly Brogan’s new book, A Mind of Your Own, launches today. It’s brilliant and by all rights should be sitting atop the New York Times bestseller list this week. I’m stewing, however, because it’s been blacklisted by all major media outlets. We can still get this done on our own power, of course, and we will. I’ll
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Feminine Medicine: 5 Unsung Pioneers

by Erika Janik Editor’s note: The divine feminine — shakti to shiva, yin to yang — is a part of us all. Nowhere is this more true than in medicine. As we gear up for the launch of our Medical Director Kelly Brogan’s saber rattling new book, A Mind of Your Own, we are thrilled to recognize that her work is part of a long and great
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Thinking for Themselves — Kids and Debate

Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest This article is copyrighted by Fearless Parent™ 2016 by Louise Kuo Habakus We Americans pride ourselves on being iconically independent. We have a maverick spirit… you know, don’t tread on me, don’t tell me what to do, and all that… we have minds of our own, right? So what’s the deal with all the herd
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Teen Boundaries Around Tech Usage — Episode 96

#96 — Teen Boundaries Around Tech Usage ** February 24, 2016 Guest // Emily Roberts, MA, LPC ** Host //  Carla Atherton Do you have trouble talking to your teens about creating boundaries around their usage of technology? Do you feel like they are sometimes lost to you, immersed in a world of blue lights and virtual relationships? Do you want your teenager to have communication
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Is Vaccination a “Public Good”?

by Cara Judea Alhadeff, PhD Manufactured consent The primary “public health alert” in the US is a so-called public good that focuses on vaccinations. Big Pharma is the largest advertiser today, the number-one lobbyist in Washington D.C., and donates twice what oil and gas give to our politicians—four times as much as defense and aeronautic contractors. Payoffs drive policies. Government mandated vaccinations are an appalling example
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Wisdom of Our Ancestors on Drugs & Disease

by Louise Kuo Habakus We discover truth by building on previous discoveries. This deceptively simple statement is profound. When we become mired in hardened squabbles with various personal and professional contemporaries, and despair that we have gone astray, all is not lost. We can return to the wisdom of our ancestors, the great ones who have come before us, whose teachings have stood the test
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The Epic Troubleshooting Guide to Coffee Enemas

By Lea @ MavericKitchen If you told me a year ago I’d be writing this article, I would have questioned your sanity. You see, I’ve undergone a bit of a health metamorphosis in the last eighteen months. Despite battling chronic health issues my whole life, I ate and drank with reckless abandon throughout my young adult years. And I scraped by. Medicated to get through
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The HPV Vaccine Whistleblower — Episode 95

Since the HPV vaccine was introduced to the public in 2006, it has been surrounded in controversy: conspicuously fast tracked by the FDA; speedily endorsed by the CDC; rapidly introduced to be mandated by nearly every state in the US; unusually challenged by some of the media and medical establishment, including the New England Journal of Medicine, the New York Times, and even one of its inventors; hailed
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