New Documentary: Psychiatric Drugs Can Kill Your Child

“I woke up around 2:30am and realized he should have been home an hour ago. I called his cell phone and it went straight to voicemail. I kept calling and leaving messages for him to answer the phone. I fell asleep and woke up around 6:00am. He wasn’t home. I got ready for work but … Continue reading New Documentary: Psychiatric Drugs Can Kill Your Child

Natural Remedies for Colic in Infants

Colic is a frustrating and exhausting condition for both infants and parents. The time spent raising a colicky child is fraught with sleepless nights and nearly endless screaming. You may think it will never end, but here are some colic remedies that may help. The exact causes of colic in infants is controversial and the … Continue reading Natural Remedies for Colic in Infants

Is There a Link Between Antidepressants and Birth Defects?

The rate of mental disorder diagnoses has grown exponentially in recent years, as has antidepressant use. People of all ages are being prescribed mind-altering drugs to battle depression, despite evidence suggesting they do more harm than good and sometimes don’t work at all. [1][2] The massive use has also contributed to antidepressants being found in the public water … Continue reading Is There a Link Between Antidepressants and Birth Defects?

Organic Remedies for Diaper Rash

Diaper rash is a common condition that affects most babies at some point in their new lives. It appears on the buttocks, thighs, or any area covered by diapers. It is characterized by a red rash and may be caused by a number of things. Diaper rash affects the baby physically but the family as … Continue reading Organic Remedies for Diaper Rash

Mommy Bloggers Take Aim At New Diapers

There is an ever growing number of mothers, or “mommy bloggers” voicing their opinions. One of the topics this group has discussed is the possible side effects of a new type of slim-profile Pampers brand diaper manufactured by Proctor & Gamble. The new diapers utilize an advanced form of what the company has dubbed “dry max technology.” … Continue reading Mommy Bloggers Take Aim At New Diapers

10 Vegetarian Recipes Kids Love

It’s been said that children don’t like their vegetables and that it’s difficult to get kids to eat healthy foods. In reality, kids and adults alike would love eating fresh, nourishing foods as long as they are prepared correctly and look appealing. While not every child is going to go for eating green beans from … Continue reading 10 Vegetarian Recipes Kids Love

10 Best Vegan Foods for Kids

Once children start consuming solid food, life-long eating habits begin to take root. What they learn from parents, friends, and others will shape the way they eat. This means that even when a child is young, nutritional education is extremely important for laying the groundwork for their habits and health. And, the evidence is clear, … Continue reading 10 Best Vegan Foods for Kids

Mothers’ Diets Have Biggest Influence on Children Eating Healthy, Study Suggests

Every once in a great while, a perfect child is born. One who never cries, sleeps all night, and gladly eats whatever food you choose to put in front of them. But unfortunately for most of us with children, developing lifestyle habits, such as a healthy appreciation for nutritious fruits and vegetables, usually requires years … Continue reading Mothers’ Diets Have Biggest Influence on Children Eating Healthy, Study Suggests

WiFi May Be More Dangerous to Kids Than Previously Thought

Many benefits that stem from our increasingly connected online world; but, there’s also a big side effect that most of us don’t know about or consider — electromagnetic fields from microwaves, TVs, radios, cell phones, and WiFi devices may be harmful. While the research is ongoing and there are some dots that have yet to be … Continue reading WiFi May Be More Dangerous to Kids Than Previously Thought

New Report Ranks U.S. Poorly for Maternal Health

According to a new report conducted by the State of the World Mother’s, the United States ranks 33 out of 179 countries surveyed for maternal health. [1] Just last year, the U.S. was at 31. How can a country so developed be drastically behind other countries in taking care of mothers and their newborns? Could it be … Continue reading New Report Ranks U.S. Poorly for Maternal Health