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Caffeine and Children

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In case parents need more fuel for their argument against kids consuming caffeine, a recent study investigated the negative effects of caffeinated sugar-sweetened beverages in children. Other studies have demonstrated that 70-80 percent of high-school aged adolescents consume caffeine on a daily basis. In this study, children aged 10 – 12 (grades 5 – 7) […]

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Fighting Cavities with Vitamin D and Xylitol

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Check out my latest article on the SAFBaby website. A new study has shed more light on the problem of tooth decay in children. In this study vitamin D deficiency in children was significantly associated with severe early cavities in preschool children. Vitamin D is important for the formation of enamel and dentin in teeth. […]

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Curing Reflux and Colic

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Here are 6 simple steps you can take to cure your baby’s symptoms. Colic or reflux is characterized by crying, spitting up after nursing, arching the back, rumbling tummy, and expulsion of gas. Symptoms tend to be worse in the evening, after eating, and when lying down. Often these symptoms begin two to three weeks […]

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CureChild: An exciting new educational program

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Announcing the CureChild program – an online multi-media educational program for parents on holistic medicine for children! Check it out. Click here I have been working on this online program for many months and it is now ready for you. In the CureChild program, we will teach you specifically how to prevent and treat common […]

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Can Consuming Probiotics During Pregnancy & Infancy Prevent Allergies?

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Here is my latest post at the SAFBaby website: A review of all studies on the effects of probiotics resoundingly showed their benefit in the prevention of allergies. Researchers evaluated the results of 25 studies published between 2001 and 2012 that examined the effect of probiotics on allergies in children. They discovered that prenatal exposure […]

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Back to School

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Time again to buy school supplies and pack off your kids to the first day of the next year of school. Here is a checklist to help set them on the right path this year. School lunches Talk to your kids about healthy foods that they will actually eat in their lunches. This is a […]

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The best way to clean your baby’s pacifier to prevent allergies

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How To Best Clean A Pacifier That’s Fallen To The Floor Your baby’s pacifier falls on the ground. What should you do before giving it back to your baby? Boil it Run it under the faucet Suck on it yourself Follow the 10 second rule and just give it back to her What is the […]

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Do antidepressants in pregnancy cause autism?

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The studies Another link between drugs and autism has been discovered. Two recent studies have shown an association between antidepressant use during pregnancy and an increased risk of autism in children. The risk of having an autistic child was doubled by the use of antidepressants taken during pregnancy.  A large Swedish study published in the […]

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The Placenta Predicts Risk of Autism

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A recent study has confirmed that certain tissue changes in the placenta can actually predict the risk of autism in children. Researchers examined slides of placental tissue and looked for the presence of a type of folding called a trophoblast inclusion. They found that babies with a sibling who had been diagnosed with autism had […]

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