Sunday , 17 December 2017

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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Heroic Mom Makes Ultimate Sacrifice For 3-Yr-Old Daughter Swept Away By Flood

Hurricane Harvey has rained down unimaginable devastation on the city of Houston, Texas, and the surrounding areas. Hundreds of thousands of people have been driven from their homes and local officials have reported at least 30 confirmed and suspected flood-related deaths. Throughout the course of this tragic event, we have heard countless stories of heroism and selflessness. Men and women have braved the storm and …

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Mom Trusts Babysitter She Met Online To Watch Her Infant. When They Find Her Baby In The Worst Place, She Finally Discovers The Sitter’s Secret

Three babysitters in New York are under investigation after they left a 9-month-old baby in their care in a casino. Keep reading for more details!         Police in New York have taken three babysitters, including two teenagers, into custody after they left a 9-month-old baby in a Long Island casino. According to Long Island News 12, the babysitters …

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Neuroscience Shows Breastfeeding Is Not Just Milk

Lifelong effects of breastfeeding on mental health Early life experiences set the stage for physical health in later life. Reducing early toxic stress is key to preventing disease in adults (Shonkoff, 2016). Breastfeeding is one important way to decrease early toxic stress. Recent studies have shown that breastfeeding increases babies’ physical and mental well-being, and these effects go well beyond the composition of …

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I Can’t Understand Black Breastfeeding Week (But I Still Support It)

There are many things I didn’t get about the history of Black Breastfeeding Week, which runs from August 25th-31st. To my credit, I can barely keep up with the history of breastfeeding in general (I mean, the practice does date all the way back to the beginning of mammal-kind). Prior to looking into the celebration that is Black Breastfeeding Week, I …

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Here Are The Easiest Ways To Donate Diapers To Harvey Victims

The Texas Diaper Bank is accepting donations Texas parents who are trying to shepherd their children through the disaster of Hurricane Harvey are going through unimaginable pain and difficulties right now. They have some enormous issues that they have to handle, so maybe we can help them with some of the smaller ones, like having diapers for their children. The …

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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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AIDS vaccine ‘cures’ 5 patients – who have now been ‘virus-free’ 7 months WITHOUT the help of daily drugs

Five HIV patients are virus-free seven months after taking a new vaccine, a staggering report claims. The treatment, developed by researchers in Spain, allowed the patients to stop taking regular antiretroviral (ARV) drugs – the current method of suppressing HIV. Scientists have yet to test the results in a large-scale clinical trial, but they say the vaccine may be a …

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A New Vaccine Could Make The Brain Immune to Heroin And Opioids, Scientists Say

Drug overdoses in the US are feared to have caused more than 60,000 deaths in 2016, but new vaccines that make the brain immune to mind-altering chemicals could be the key to ending the opioid crisis. A combination vaccine that offers protection from the effects of both heroin and the synthetic opioid fentanyl is under development by researchers in the US, which could one day …

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