(Michelle Simmons) A new study showed that women can recover from postpartum depression by singing with their babies in a group. For the study, a team of researchers from the Centre for Performance Science analyzed the associations of singing and creative workshops, and standard postpartum care on postpartum depression.
(Michelle Simmons) Drinking soft drinks regularly could affect fertility, an observational study published in the journal Epidemiology suggested. The study revealed that drinking even one sugary drink each day could be enough to lower the chances of having a baby, for both men and women.
(Andrea Germanos) A new USA Today investigation offers a searing indictment of maternal care in the United States, and says the country “is the most dangerous place in the developed world to give birth.”
(Mac Slavo) A democrat congressional candidate in Pennsylvania has desires to tax parents who have more than two children as “irresponsible breeders.” Scott Wallace is a population control zealot who has donated over $7 million to population control groups.
(Carol Anderson) It’s said that being in rural areas has enormous benefits to our physical health. We’ve also been told that growing up in an environment where we’re exposed to animals and nature reduces the risk of developing asthma and some other diseases.
(John Vibes) Research has shown that the risk of depression and suicide in children as young as 10 years old increases significantly during the school year. Related “Teen Culture” is the New Imperialism, and it is Destroying the World Source – The Free Thought Project by John Vibes, June 9th, 2018 While the annoying cultural cliche suggests that […]
(Joe Martino) When the topic of child birth comes up we might first think of new life and a beautiful miracle, but after that we might think of the agonizing pain that is experienced by most mothers who give birth to a child. Could it be possible that the body was meant to experience birth in a different way? First let’s understand a bit more about a “modern birth.”
(Gary Z McGee) In a world bloated with inert, impotent and domesticated father’s, the All-father stands head-and-shoulders above. He is a masculine Gaia-force. He is Shiva animated by Shakti. He’s not a boyfriend. He’s not a tamed poodle at the feet of Codependence. He’s a liberated wolf aware of how everything is connected to everything else through […]
(April McCarthy) Music, the universal language of mood, emotion and desire, connects with us through a wide variety of neural systems. Researchers have discovered evidence that music stimulates specific regions of the brain responsible for memory, language and motor control.
(Tracey Watson) For some time now, mothers have been made aware of the dangers of Bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical used in many types of containers, including baby bottles. BPA is used to harden plastics, prevent contamination of foods, and stop cans from rusting. In recent years, several studies have confirmed that BPA affects endocrine function (hormonal balance) in animals and humans, and new moms have been warned to avoid baby bottles that contain this chemical and to take other steps like not boiling polycarbonate bottles or heating them in the microwave.
(Rachel Blevins) If parents deprived their children of food and water until they died, they would be charged with child abuse. But when the state does it, it is called health care.
(Jessica Dolores) Many scientific findings have become controversial because the findings are inconclusive or contradictory. The use of antibiotics is one. So is the effectiveness of substances that promise to make people look and feel young.
(Edsel Cook) If you want your children to have smarter brains, sharper memories, and longer attention spans, raise them in a home with lots of greenery and plenty of physical activity. That’s because two Spanish studies discovered that nature and exercise exert strong influences upon brain development and mental health, reported a Waking Times article.
(Jhoanna Robinson) A recent study from the University of Tampere in Finland has found out that nasally-administered oxytocin spray can make mothers of one-year-old infants develop strong brain responses to pictures of infant and adult faces.
(Anna Rodgers) Do you feel like you have a broken heart from your childhood? Do you feel like it’s affected your health? Are you struggling as a parent with how you are raising your own children? Or, perhaps you just feel really unhappy with your life and with yourself? If this is you, then you are not alone.