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1. Ear Infections (Otitis Media)
(Category - French (Fr))
2. FWF - 036 - The Big Pharma Push: Parents Push Back
(Wellness Newsletter/Wellness Newsletters - French (Fr))
... years, and it was the ugliest night I have ever seen in 22 years." - Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C. This article is definitely worth the read: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/03/29/60minutes/main2625305.shtml ...
Friday, 22 May 2009
3. FWF - 035 - Pregnancy and Birth
(Wellness Newsletter/Wellness Newsletters - French (Fr))
... to access it Childbirth Death Rate Rises in U.S. Contrary to popular belief, the rise is c-sections is not safer for mothers. From the article: "Some researchers point to the rising C-section rate, ...
Friday, 22 May 2009
4. FWF - 028 - Epidurals, Antibiotics, Fluoride, Toxic Toys
(Wellness Newsletter/Wellness Newsletters - French (Fr))
... Epidurals Breastfeeding Twins Down with Homework View All Article Titles Subscribe today! http://www.icpa4kids.org/research/participate.htm More side effects from epidurals: A new study gives us another ...
Thursday, 21 May 2009
5. FWF - 026 - Antibiotic Abuse-Again
(Wellness Newsletter/Wellness Newsletters - French (Fr))
ICPA Family Wellness First - 026 - Antibiotic Abuse-again Ear Infections: watch and wait works best. Once again another study shows that most ear infections disappear on their own if left untreated with ...
Tuesday, 19 May 2009
6. FWF - 023 - Vaccination Update
(Wellness Newsletter/Wellness Newsletters - French (Fr))
Vaccines in the News Immunization Advisory Panel Recommends HPV Vaccine for All Girls Recommendations for vaccine include all girls between age 11 and 12 years; girls and women aged 13 to 26 who have ...
Tuesday, 19 May 2009
7. FWF - 019 - Pregnancy Matters
(Wellness Newsletter/Wellness Newsletters - French (Fr))
...  Several studies have demonstrated an association between maternal antibiotic therapy and early-onset of infection in pre term infants with resistant pathogens, the authors explain, but the question of ...
Tuesday, 19 May 2009
8. FWF - 017 - Three More Reasons Why Breast Is Best
(Wellness Newsletter/Wellness Newsletters - French (Fr))
... stress? Try breastfeeding. New research from the Douglas Hospital Research Centre in Montreal shows mothers who breastfeed respond less to stressful situations than those who bottle-feed their children. ...
Tuesday, 19 May 2009
9. Alternatives to Vaccination
(HPA Articles/Vaccines - French (Fr))
... being afraid of these diseases. Fear is an outmoded response to childhood infectious disease. Promote the strength of your child's immune system instead, and avoid things that can weaken it. This will ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
10. Vaccines amd Immune System Damage
(HPA Articles/Vaccines - French (Fr))
... and night-waking. Her previously placid demeanor suddenly changes to obvious discomfort—crying, clinging, refusing to leave her mother's arms. The pediatrician sees red eardrums and prescribes antibiotics. ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
11. Smallpox Vaccine
(HPA Articles/Vaccines - French (Fr))
... of war. Unfortunately, the smallpox vaccine has a similar history. Smallpox arose from a relatively harmless rodent virus that became deadly when it jumped the species barrier to humans thousands of years ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
12. Smallpox Vaccine: Does it Work?
(HPA Articles/Vaccines - French (Fr))
... therefore come as a tremendous surprise that throughout the nearly 200-year history of smallpox vaccination thoughtful physicians and a veritable army of citizens doubted that the vaccine worked at all. ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
13. Vaccine Conference Exclusive Report
(HPA Articles/Vaccines - French (Fr))
... drew nearly 500 representatives from 37 states, Puerto Rico, Canada, England, Ireland, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, and Australia. Representatives of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
14. Birth Misconceptions: Myth and Fact
(HPA Articles/Pregnancy, Birth and Newborn Care - French (Fr))
... are related to socio-economic factors (inadequate diet, drugs and environmental toxins, and psychological factors such as excessive stress, abuse or neglect). Research shows that the majority of complications ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
15. Circumcision Decision
(HPA Articles/Pregnancy, Birth and Newborn Care - French (Fr))
... endeavors to relieve pain seem to be partially successful. However, studies have shown that crying and elevation of heart rate, two typical reactions to pain, are only diminished by approximately 50 percent. ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
16. Natural Home Birth
(HPA Articles/Pregnancy, Birth and Newborn Care - French (Fr))
... rate of Cesarean section in the United States has more than quadrupled in the past 30 years, with no corresponding improvement in neonatal outcomes. In the midst of all of this birthing technology, the ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
17. Newborn Care
(HPA Articles/Pregnancy, Birth and Newborn Care - French (Fr))
... and tears. These convey remarkable protective antiseptic and infection fighting qualities, and it is fine for this new milk to go into tender new eyes. These same options can also be used if an eye infection ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
18. Treating Group B Strep
(HPA Articles/Pregnancy, Birth and Newborn Care - French (Fr))
Treating Group B Strep: Are Antibiotics Necessary? Most women who have been pregnant in the last few years are familiar with the terms Group B Strep (for Group B Streptococcus), or GBS. The US Centers ...
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
19. Drugs and Kids
(HPA Articles/Pharmaceutical Drugs - French (Fr))
... far the most potent drugs your child is likely to take. They are capable of inflicting damage to nerves and the brain resulting in permanent problems including autism, learning disorders, and seizures. ...
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
20. Excessive Antibiotic Use
(HPA Articles/Pharmaceutical Drugs - French (Fr))
Consequences of Excessive Antibiotic Use Antibiotics have saved many lives over the past 50 years. We are truly fortunate to have them available for serious bacterial infections. Unfortunately, antibiotics ...
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
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