Tuesday , 24 October 2017

Health & Nutrition

This ALL-FEMALE Biker Crew Delivers Breast Milk To Babies In Need

Earlier this year, Julie Bouchet-Horwitz, a nurse practitioner and lactation consultant, opened New York State’s very first milk bank with one plain and simple mission: to collect as many donations of breast milk possible, pasteurize the milk, and then donate it to babies in need — especially preemies and sick babies. According to Bouchet-Horwitz, operations at New York Milk Bank have been going great since it …

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When Adults Choose Not To Vaccinate Against Measles, Babies Pay The Price

The U.S. has made major progress against measles over the years. But that doesn’t mean we couldn’t backslide. When adults choose not to vaccinate themselves or their children against measles, it’s babies and toddlers who suffer most. In a new analysis of all measles cases from 2001 to 2015, researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that …

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Mom Wakes From C-Section To Find Both Her Legs Amputated

Not even in your wildest dreams would you want anyone to go through this terrible trauma what Ella Clarke, 31 of Torquay, Devon has experienced. Clarke was pregnant with her eighth baby but she had a condition called placenta previa, also known as a low-lying placenta. Midway through her pregnancy, Clarke was told she would have to deliver via C-section. …

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Doctor Who Warned Families About Vaccine Dangers, Found Dead

A doctor who warned families about the dangers of mandatory vaccines has been found dead a day after he was reported missing.The body of Dr. Peter Cianfrani, 70, was discovered by search teams on Wednesday morning just off of the Perkiomen Trail in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.The longtime family doctor, who disappeared Tuesday was discovered in an isolated woodland area near a trail …

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Kristen Bell: Get vaccinated if you want to hold my kids

Actress Kristen Bell is making it clear she has little room for vaccine doubters in her life. As the measles outbreak puts the spotlight on parents who refuse to vaccinate their children, the “Frozen” star wants fans to know she has no such hesitations. “It’s a very simple logic: I believe in trusting doctors, not know-it-alls,” she told The Hollywood Reporter. …

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15 Ways Pregnant Women Can Cause Autism In Their Kids

Autism has become more common over the years, with 1 out of 68 children has autism. That 1 out of 48 boys, and 1 out of 189 girls. There have been numerous suspected causes of autism. Scientists have not been able to figure out what causes it and why it is more prevalent now, than any other time before, nor …

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New Bill Would Make Mandatory Flu Vaccines Illegal

Have you ever felt pressured into a flu shot by your co-workers? I know that I have. In fact, when I used to work in the corporate America grind, I got denounced as being “scared of needles” and “irresponsible” for rejecting a flu shot at the office. I get the flu occasionally, however, I tend to rely on a healthy …

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Almost 650 girls needed medical intervention after HPV vaccine

Watchdog says Gardasil’s benefits to 230,000 girls outweigh potential risks Almost 650 girls in Ireland reported requiring medical intervention or treatment after receiving the HPV vaccine, according to data collected by the State’s medicines watchdog. The Health Products Regulatory Authority has received 1,099 reports of adverse reactions and events associated with the use of the vaccine, but it said that this should …

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Here’s How To Make 20 Slow-Cooker Freezer Meals In 4 Hours

If you could have dinner ready for your family for the next three weeks by spending just one afternoon in the kitchen, would you do it? Duh, we already know the answer to that. Well, fortunately, the culinary wizards over at StockpilingMoms.com have revealed their genius strategy for prepping 20 slow-cooker freezer meals in four (FOUR!) hours. You need a slow cooker and freezer …

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Our Dogs Can Get Lyme Vaccines And We (Still) Can’t. When Might We?

Part of our Losing to Lyme series For Dr. Stanley Plotkin, a prominent vaccine scientist, Lyme disease is personal. His son, Alec, collapsed from a slow heart rate when he was 39, brought down by a rare heart complication from Lyme. His son survived, but the incident helped cement Plotkin’s resolve to pursue a human vaccine against Lyme disease. Using his bully pulpit as …

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