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Are Dangerous Antibiotics Causing Chronic Illness?

by Lisa Bloomquist Dangerous antibiotics? Most people assume that antibiotics are benign drugs. They think that antibiotics kill bacteria while leaving human cells unscathed. They know that antibiotics have saved millions of lives, maybe theirs, and think of antibiotics as purely good drugs. They don’t think that there are dramatic differences in safety or efficacy between antibiotics and they think that as long as
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Injured by Antibiotics – Episode 60

#60 – Injured by Antibiotics ** January 21, 2015 Guest // Lisa Bloomquist ** Host // Chandler Marrs, PhD Listen to Fearless Parent Radio online on PRN.fm at 7pm ET or on your phone by dialing (401) 347-0456. Once the show has aired, listen via our Archived Shows page, iTunes, or Podbean. When we think about adverse effects of antibiotics, we think about microbiomes…
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Top 7 Ways to Keep Baby Safe

by Louise Kuo Habakus The luscious baby photos in parenting magazines belie today’s new childhood normal. Frazzled parents-to-be are fretting about chronic illness, obesity, and developmental delays. Using the Three Pillars of Radiant Health as our guide — respect the microbiome, food is medicine, less is more — we sally forth with 7 bold and brave ways to keep baby safe. So how do
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Fever and Non-Intervention: A Mother’s Hand

by Kelly Brogan, MD A mother’s hand is the finest-gauged instrument available when it comes to assessing the presence of a fever in her child. When I felt my daughter’s head this morning, I knew her body was in a state of inner turmoil, and my mind leapt to my pantry of herbs, homeopathy, and nutrients. You see, I haven’t entirely unlearned my “fix
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