Children’s Health

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— Pam Bartha (Founder of Live Disease Free who has been Multiple Sclerosis Free Since 1989!)

Protect Yourself By Reducing Your EMF Exposure

Cell and cordless phones, computers, tablets, TVs, gaming systems, smart meters, baby monitors… These are just a few of the many technologies that make our lives easier and often more enjoyable. Unfortunately for us, we are constantly being bombarded by the harmful Electromagnetic Field (EMF) radiation that they emit. EMF exposure has been linked to neurological and behavioral changes, an inability to

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Is Your Humidifier Making You Sick?

For many people, the winter months can mean the start of irritated, dry sinuses, congestion, sore throats and coughing. Humidifiers are often a source of relief from these annoyances, but they can also bring on dangerous and unforeseen consequences. If not used properly and maintained according to the the manufacturer’s instructions, humidifiers can actually worsen symptoms and even cause

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Museum Exhibit Sheds Light On Our Mysterious Microbiomes

A decade ago, few people in the general public were aware that our bodies are host to complex microbial communities. Fewer still were aware that these microbiomes play an integral part in our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing and that an imbalance in these communities often leads to disease. Over the years, research has proven time and

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Progress in the Battle Against Peanut Allergies

The number of children who suffer from severe peanut allergies continues to rise every day. Incredibly, in the past 20 years, peanut allergies have increased over 350%! Most of those diagnosed with this allergy have it for life and are burdened with the danger of a having an anaphylactic reaction with even the smallest of

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The Ketogenic Diet – A solution for Kids with Epilepsy?

There is little that can make a parent feel more powerless than to watch their child suffer from disease symptoms. This is especially true for parents whose children endure epileptic seizures. These episodes are incredibly hard on children’s bodies, minds and spirits and can make day to day functioning difficult and riddled with worry about when the next seizure might strike.

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Western Diet Linked to Smaller Brain Size

Over the years, we have seen that what you eat can seriously impact your brain health and function. Many studies have found connections between a western diet (one that that is high in fatty foods, refined grains, dairy, sugary drinks, and processed meats) and such brain disorders as ADHD, anxiety and depression. Studies have further shown

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Juvenile Arthritis Linked to Early Antibiotic Use

As scientists explore the incredibly complex world of the gut’s microbiome,they are continually discovering just how detrimental antibiotics are to this delicate yet vital system. Our children are particularly at risk at a time when their little bodies are working hard to build up their immune systems and foster gut health. One or more rounds of antibiotics

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Get Outdoors to Help Prevent Short-sightedness

Summer is here, and how amazing it is to feel the warm sun on our skin again! Getting outside is such an easy way to get our daily dose of vitamin D and, let’s face it, it just makes us feel really, really good- being undoubtedly wonderful for the body, mind and soul. But now, a recent study published in

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Many Pregnant Women Are Deficient in Vitamin D- Even Those Who Get Lots of Sun

Vitamin D is an incredibly important nutrient. It is vital to maintaining and promoting good bone and teeth health, neuromuscular and immune function. A deficiency in vitamin D can also increase one’s risk for developing osteoporosis, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, autism and even dementia. Its no surprise, then, that a sufficient intake of Vitamin D is also vital

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Angry Outbursts Could Shorten Your Life

Did you know that angry outbursts are bad for your heart? In European Heart Journal: Acute Cardiovascular Care, researchers studied 313 people who had suffered from acute coronary blockages and asked them about any angry episodes that they might have had in the 48 hours before their symptoms began. They discovered a link between angry outbursts

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Dangerous Levels of Arsenic Found in Rice

Back in 2012, Consumer Reports first shocked the public by telling us that, according to their research, many varieties of rice and common processed foods made from rice (even those labelled “organic”) have unsafe levels of organic and inorganic arsenic (a carcinogen). They also stressed that children are especially at risk when eating this grain. Who would

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Reducing Allergens In Your Home

Choosing a healthy diet filled with a variety of organic vegetables, grass-fed beef, wild fish, free-range organic chicken, and a good dose of healthy fats (while avoiding the high-processed carbs, sugars and additives) will do wonders in your fight against allergies. But there is also a lot you can do to your home to avoid

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Shield Your Kids From Harmful Radiation

Is your child or teenager nagging you endlessly to buy him or her a cell phone? Perhaps they are pulling at your heartstrings, saying they will be safer with one- that they can call you any time if they need your help. Everyone wants their kids to be safe. And your being able to reach

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Fight Antibiotic Resistance By Choosing Antibiotic-Free Meat

Knowing what we now know about the growing concern of antibiotic-resistant super bugs, many of us use antibiotics only when absolutely necessary. But this strategy just isn’t enough in our fight against this rising threat to our health. Most of the antibiotics that we ingest do not come from our local doctor, but from the food we eat. Check out this

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Giving Babies Probiotics Might Help Prevent ADHD and Asperger Syndrome

An amazing new study came out last month in Pediatric Research that shows a possible way to help prevent babies from developing neurological disorders like ADHD and Asperger syndrome (AS) later on in life. Scientists studied 75 infants: some were given probiotics within the first 6 months of life and some received a placebo. What is incredible is that at

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Boost Your Creativity- Take a Walk in Nature

We all know that walking is good for your health, but did you know that walking can also foster creativity? In a study published in The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, using four different experiments, researchers discovered just that. They found that walking (especially in nature) improved the creative responses of their university and college student

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Your Gut: A Delicate Bacterial Balance

How Promoting Flora Diversity is Not Enough in Your Fight For Optimal Health The vital role that our intestinal bacteria plays in determining our health is getting incredible press as of late- and thankfully so. Current research is showing time and time again that diverse gut microflora is key to attaining and maintaining optimal health.

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