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Reducing Autism Risk with Epigenetics (and a few bacteria)

In Baby Intelligence, Better Baby Diet, Epigenetics, Important News On March 7, 2012 11 Comments

Autism is a widespread and misunderstood disease.  It affects one percent of the population, and grows each year. In the US alone, that’s around 3 million people. There… Read More »

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The Scary Truth About Low-Fat Yogurt During Pregnancy

In Baby Intelligence, Better Baby Diet, Epigenetics On January 4, 2012 8 Comments

Pregnant mothers are in a dilemma.  You want to nourish your baby, stay healthy, and not go crazy trying to keep up with everything around the house.  You… Read More »

What You Didn’t Know About Vitamin D & Autism

In Baby Intelligence, Better Baby Book, Better Baby Diet, Supplements On November 9, 2011 4 Comments

  “Maybe you’ve been spending too much time in the sun.” We’ve all heard it before.  Usually, it’s a “polite” way relatives like to tease you about your… Read More »

Why medical research is often wrong…and what to do about it (great article from The Atlantic)

In Important News On October 20, 2010 0 Comments

November 2010 ATLANTIC MAGAZINE Lies, Damned Lies, and Medical Science Much of what medical researchers conclude in their studies is misleading, exaggerated, or flat-out wrong. So why are… Read More »