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It’s All About the Germs!

by Cilla Whatcott, HD RHom, CCH, PhD We’ve been arguing about germs for a long time. They first said germs do not exist Ignaz Semmelweis (1816-1865), a Hungarian physician, died in an insane asylum in 1865 at the age of 47. He was committed there for suggesting that childbed fever and deaths were being caused by germs; germs on the filthy hands of doctors dissecting
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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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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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Lessons of Grief through the Eyes of Our Children

by Mary Romaniec, Special Contributor to Fearless Parent A few weeks ago we attended the funeral of a neighbor. Diane* was 52 years old and had battled Stage 4 lung cancer for over five years. She was an active non-smoker with three adorable children, a great husband, and an incredible job in a financial company. Our 15 year-old daughters are friends. On the day
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