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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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For You… Because Giving Makes Us Happy

by Louise Kuo Habakus Note: Scroll down to read about Seth Godin’s The Thanksgiving Reader that you might want to share at one of your holiday dinners. Well, it’s Thanksgiving again It’s that time of year when we kick off the national Sprint of Insanity… the third week of November through year-end. If we could peer into our collective frazzled consciousness right about now, what
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CPS and Medical Marijuana — Episode 92

Listen to Fearless Parent Radio™ on Wednesdays at 7pm ET online on PRN.fm or by phone by dialing (401) 347-0456. Once the show has aired, listen on our Archived Shows page, iTunes, or Podbean. Check back here to keep tabs on our upcoming shows! #92 — CPS and Medical Marijuana ** November 25, 2015 Guests //Indra Lusero, Esq and Heather Thompson, PhD ** Host // Valerie Borek, Esq
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A Better Alternative to Health Insurance (Really!)

by Louise Kuo Habakus Note: We’ve gotten mostly fantastic feedback on this post about health care sharing ministries but a question is coming up. Why do some ministries exclude non-Christians or same sex married Christians or children born to mothers without paternal involvement? Those of you who know me won’t be surprised that these comments have kept me up the last couple of nights. So much so
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From Darkness to Light, Crisis to Freedom

by Trinh Huynh, PhD Anyone who goes through life with a conscious observant eye and a thinking mind must realize that, despite its plentiful and glorious achievements, humankind is facing multiple crises. These manifest themselves in seemingly all aspects of society, including education, health care, environment, agriculture, economy, and relationships from interpersonal to international. Limitations of contemporary science In all of their striving to
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Pediatric Autoimmune & Neuropsych Disorders — Episode 90

Listen to Fearless Parent Radio™ on Wednesdays at 7pm ET online on PRN.fm or by phone by dialing (401) 347-0456. Once the show has aired, listen on our Archived Shows page, iTunes, or Podbean. Check back here to keep tabs on our upcoming shows! #90 — Pediatric Autoimmune & Neuropsych Disorders ** November 11, 2015 Guest // Heather Korbmacher, MED, NBCT ** Host // Carla Atherton Imagine that
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On Yogi Parenting — Episode 88

Listen to Fearless Parent Radio™ on Wednesdays at 7pm ET online on PRN.fm or by phone by dialing (401) 347-0456. Once the show has aired, listen on our Archived Shows page, iTunes, or Podbean. Check back here to keep tabs on our upcoming shows! #88 — On Yogi Parenting ** October 28, 2015 Host // Kelly Brogan, MD Wouldn’t life be easier if you just knew how to
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Why My Brain Isn’t Working (Like It Should) — Episode 84

Listen to Fearless Parent Radio™ on Wednesdays at 7pm ET online on PRN.fm or by phone by dialing (401) 347-0456. Once the show has aired, listen on our Archived Shows page, iTunes, or Podbean. Check back here to keep tabs on our upcoming shows! #84 — Why My Brain Isn’t Working (Like It Should) ** September 30, 2015 Host // Kelly Brogan, MD We’re a nation beseiged
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Biological Stress in Womb Can Impact Early Life

by Keith Bell Stress is a two-way street. When we think of stress, it’s usually about emotional stress, known to cause physical illness. But what about stress in womb? Physical imbalances can lead to emotional stress. This article will explore an underlying mechanism of both roads to stress: the gut-brain. Emotional stress is known to lower counts of protective microbes. Adverse childhood experiences (ACE)
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Five Scripts for Building Resilience in Children with Chronic Conditions

By Donna Jackson Nakazawa Imagine this: you’ve had a long day—stress at work, an argument with your spouse, an unexpected bill to deal with—and on top of everything else, your teenager, whom you’ve asked three times to take out the garbage, still won’t get off his computer. You snap and tell him that he’s being selfish, then instantly regret saying the words; you know
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