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More Children are Suffering Major Illness

Dramatic Increase in Hospitalization of US Children With Inflammatory Bowel Disease Continue reading

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Help Say “No” to Monsanto

For your health and for all of us: 1. Buy only non-GMO foods. 2. Buy only organic or sustainable produce. Continue reading

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Autism: The Alarming Increase

The explosion of the number of cases of autism is still a mystery.  We are recognizing that people on the spectrum seem to be unable to detoxify toxins as efficiently as those people who are “neurotypical” i.e. without autism or … Continue reading

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Protect the Bees or Forget About Eating

Are you aware that bees’ pollenating plants is necessary for 1/3 of our food crops to grow?  And forget about our beautiful flowers that we enjoy so much in the spring if we don’t have the bees to help us. … Continue reading

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Another Case for the Precautionary Principle

What is the Precautionary Principle?  This states that we should be cautious about using new chemicals (or other technological advances) until we have proven they are safe.  Let’s put this into perspective.  It is estimated that since World War II, … Continue reading

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Vaccinations: Whether You Want Them or Not

The issue of vaccinations is certainly controversial.  My concern about them rises from the increasing evidence of harmful effects from them.   These deleterious effects are exposed in well-done scientific studies.  This is important because anecdotal reports are not considered … Continue reading

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General vs Individual: Autism and Otherwise

A family brought me their son who is 6 years old and diagnosed with severe autism.  This child has not always shown these features.  In photos they showed me, he was a smiling, inquisitive infant and toddler.  Then, after a … Continue reading

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