Breastfeeding Benefits: Rewards for Both Mom & Baby
Breastfeeding has many known benefits for mothers and babies. But does the science back it up? And could it possibly help US health outcomes?
Bacteria: Misunderstood Yet Needed for Human Health
Probiotics, Prebiotics, Antibiotics — oh my! Learn about different types of bacteria, both good and bad, and the role they play in building optimal health.
Six Ways to Protect the Most Vulnerable Victims of Sexual Abuse
As vulnerability increases, so does the risk of sexual assault and abuse. Learn ways to protect victims and make our society a safer place for all people.
Diet for A Healthy Planet: Pro-Planet is Pro-Health
While 85% of processed foods are GMO, or full of chemical additives, there is some good news -- changing to a healthier diet is also good for the health of the planet.
Love Yourself for Family Health! Self-Care for Autism Parents Part 2
Caring for a child with autism is a marathon, not a sprint. Learn self-care strategies for parents to conserve energy and resources for the long-haul.
Love Yourself for Family Health! Vital Self-Care for Autism Parents
The grueling schedule of a parent caring full-time for an autistic child can be overwhelming. Learn new coping strategies and the importance of self-care.
The American Food Supply: Not Fit for European Consumption
What if the reason behind Americans’ poor health (and high rate of chronic illness) is the quality of our food supply which is mostly processed and doused with pesticides?
The Cost of Stress: The Devastating Effects of Toxic Stress in Children and Adults
Stress is often overlooked as a social determinant of health and our social situations have a direct impact on how much stress we endure.
USA Birth Culture: Medicalizing Birth Yields Terrible Outcomes
Efforts to de-medicalize birthing practices, especially among minority and low-income women, could help reverse the rising trend of infant and maternal mortality in the US.