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by Dr. Elisa Song

Dr. Elisa Song puts together a detailed list of how to take proper care of your child's immune system this winter...

 

Editor's Note: What to look at to boost a child’s immune system. Note sick infants must be seen by a practitioner immediately... this article is for older generally healthy children. Remember to look at drug/drug interactions if your child is currently taking medication and always discuss with a practitioner prior to starting any meds or supplements.

 

Integrative Medicine


by Jeane Rhodes, PhD

In Part One, we introduced the difficulty of attributing consciousness to the unborn child and newborn infant. To the neurologists, consciousness itself is only a manifestation of neurological functioning, so the debate involves establishing that structures are in place to account for consciousness. There is some evidence that the development of fetal organs, structures, and systems are coincident to use...

 

Editor´s Note from Nancy Burnett: Jeane continues her introduction to the field of pre and perinatal psychology in this second part of a two-part series. She connects the history to consciousness and the psychoanalytic field and targets health as the central concern of value. Students, practitioners, and everyday readers will discover wisdom in Jean's introduction. See Part 1.


Psychotherapy


by Ian R. Luepker, ND, DHANP

Though most infants, even newborns, are communicating and interacting socially long before they can use language, parents eagerly await their toddler’s first words--a milestone that usually occurs around the child’s first birthday.

But for Simon, the time for this milestone came and went in silence...


Editor's Notes from Sima Ash: A wonderful case describing homeopathic remedy Nux Moschata which is made of nutmeg to bring equilibrium into a world of an autistic child with his sensory needs, stimming and tics.

 

Homeopathy


 

Editor's Note from Jean-Pierre Ruiz: The debate on Obamacare has not abated since it being enacted. The debate will probably get even more adversarial as the parties use it in the debate to raise the debt ceiling. Forgotten among the "noise" of the participants is why are healthcare costs so high? Moreover, why are we getting so little for so much? We die earlier (both men and women); we have greater infant mortality; are more obese; have higher rate of diabetes and a myriad of other ills than most other developed countries that spend a lot less per capita than we do. What's going on? Out of control jury verdicts? Not really. Some states have enacted tort reform limiting jury awards. It's effect on health care costs...0.01% (not a typo).

This video does a good job of asking the right questions, giving some answers and referring to unbiased studies.

 

Conscious Consumerism


by Dr. Sara Hillesheim, DC

Infants, especially younger ones, spend most of their day on their backs in various baby contraptions.  While car seats are important, they are not the ideal form of transport for the infant when not in the car...

 

Editor´s Note from Abbey Denaro: Dr. Sara Hillesheim gives great tips for taking care of your infant's spine. These are simple changes that can make a big difference!

 

Chiropractic


by Janet Lansbury

We don’t think twice about interrupting infants and toddlers, mostly because we don’t think to value what they are doing.  At the same time, we want our children to be learners and achievers. We want them to be able to listen patiently in the classroom and have the tenacity to solve difficult problems and pursue their dreams...

 

Editor's Note: Janet Lansbury always provides great information for parents about how they can be with their babies in a way that's respectful, caring, and compassionate. Her work with RIE helps families learn how to do less and observe more of what their babies are already doing...

 

Family & Parenting


by Dr. Peter Braglia, DC

Infantile colic can be very stressful for parents whose baby is inconsolable during crying episodes. Colic is often defined by the “rule of three”: crying for more than three hours per day, for more than three days per week, and for longer than three weeks in an infant who is well-fed and otherwise healthy...

 

Editor´s Note from Abbey Denaro:  Whether you are a parent or not, infantile colic isn't good for anyone! Colic is constant crying, which is caused by an unhappy digestive system in the baby. In this article, Dr. Peter Braglia discusses why colic happens and the research behind solutions.

 

Chiropractic


by Dena Register, PhD, MT-BC

Part of being a music therapist is sharing your stories—incredible stories—of the triumphs, both great and small, that you encounter every day. 

We often have the opportunity to witness the absolute best in the human condition, from the new parents who are learning to adapt and support their pre-mature infant to the family who is grappling with a hospice diagnosis of a loved one...


Music Therapy & Sound Healing


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