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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 27 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 10 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 16 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 »