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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Depression & Moving Past Your Past

When your present life feels limited by things that happened in your childhood, it’s time to find the tools and techniques to help you thrive. For better or worse, things that happen to us in childhood can shape our reactions as adults—in ways we’re not always aware of. When Katie ended up unemployed last year, she got mired in beliefs …

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American Academy of Pediatrics Refuses to Back Vaccine Claims with Science

When asked whether it could provide studies to support specific claims it made about vaccine safety, the American Academy of Pediatrics ultimately declined. n January 10, 2017, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued a press release to express its opposition to a federal commission that has been proposed by the Trump administration to examine vaccine safety and efficacy. The …

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Lee Woodruff: Stress & Lessons of Recovery

After a family crisis left Lee Woodruff with symptoms of depression and anxiety, she found the courage to reach out for help—and the tools to maintain her mental health. When Lee Woodruff joined the ABC News program Good Morning America as a “life and family contributor” in 2007, she had plenty of hard-won experience to share about navigating the unexpected …

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Mum issues ovarian cancer warning: ‘listen to your body’

One woman dies of ovarian cancer every two hours in the UK. Sarah Passby, 52, had the typical signs of ovarian cancer, but had no idea what they meant until she was diagnosed with the disease, months later. ‘I started having symptoms about a year before I was diagnosed,’ said Sarah. ‘It was the usual, absolute textbook symptoms; bloating, feeling …

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Pregnant mum issues warning to others about this virus

Slapped cheek is a common virus most often affecting children. It’s usually a mild illness with no complications. However, if a pregnant woman catches slapped cheek, it can cause complications and affect her unborn baby. A mum-to-be has written a moving Facebook post to make other parents aware of the potential dangers of slapped cheek in pregnancy. Lula Besana’s son fell …

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This Dad’s Reaction to His Rainbow Baby Being Born Is Beyond Moving

Every child’s birth is full of emotion, but for parents expecting a rainbow baby, there’s a unique set of overwhelming feelings that accompany the day of their baby’s birth. Austin, TX, birth photographer Leilani Rogers is used to photographing all types of births, but this one in particular featuring the Madden family is giving us serious chills. Hope and Hunter …

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“His life has been altered forever” – De Niro Finally Opens Up About His Son’s Autism Link to Vaccines

Last year actor Robert De Niro started appearing on television not because of his movies, but to speak about the vaccine-autism debate. It all started when Tribeca Film Festival, which De Niro helped to co-found, received a backlash for wanting to screen the movie VAXXED.  Directed by Andrew Wakefield, the film discusses the potential link between vaccines and autism. Because …

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Push for nation-wide ‘no jab, no play’ at childcare centres

Unvaccinated children could be banned from attending childcare centres and preschools across Australia as part of a renewed push by the federal government. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has written to state and territory leaders in a move towards introducing consistent laws to protect children across the country. “If you don’t vaccinate your child you are not just putting their own …

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A Once Healthy Teen Is Destroyed By The HPV Vaccine And Now Lives A Daily Hell

Meet Chloe Leanne Brookes: an intelligent and amazingly positive 18-year-old girl in the UK. She is bedridden with many chronic, debilitating conditions, but she wasn’t always this way. At the age of 12, Chloe was a typical child. She loved hiking, mountain biking, rollerblading and dancing, and she was looking forward to a dancing career. Chloe was healthy, had a …

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