These featured articles are focused on natural healthcare for children.
Vol. 14, No. 1
Flu Vaccines: Dangerous and Unnecessary
Research notes showing that flu vaccines raise the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease and that compromised immune systems from other causes, such as poor nutrition, lead to ill effects from influenza.
Vol. 14, No. 2
Why You Should Avoid Taking Vaccines
James Howenstine, M.D., presents facts showing that when vaccines are discontinued cases of disease actually show decline!
Vol. 14, No. 6
Mercury in Vaccines and the Autism Epidemic
David Kirby examines the evidence and writes that “No one can say with certainty that thimerosal, the vaccine preservative made with 49.6% mercury, helped fuel the explosion in cases of autism, attention deficit disorder, speech delay and other disorders over the past decade. But no one can say for certain that it did not.
Vol. 15, No. 2
Drug Companies Deceive Doctors
Shane Ellison, M.Sc., writes, “deceit and greed, not science, are often precursors to the body of information that informs a doctor’s prescribing habits. As an ex-drug chemist, I witnessed this firsthand.”
Drugs on Tap
Sherrill Sellman, N.D., says it is estimated that 129 widely used drugs are found in municipal waste water systems nationwide, including antibiotics, anti-acids, anti-depressants, birth control pills, Hormone Replacement Therapy (estrogen and progestins), seizure medication, chemotherapies, painkillers, tranquilizers, cholesterol lowering compounds, caffeine, and nicotine—to name just a few.
Vol. 16, No. 1
Vaccinations: Parents’ Informed Choice
Lynne Born writes that thirty years ago children received a total of four vaccines, but today a fully vaccinated child receives 37-50 vaccines during the early, formative years; she then shows that vaccines don’t work as well as touted.
Herbal Medicine for Kids
Linda White, M.D., discusses safe medicinal herbal options for children that can help resolve symptoms as well as aid in immunity building.
Vol. 16, No. 2
Drugging Our Children
Gwen Olsen, a former pharmaceutical company representative, shows the physical, emotional and psycho-social impacts of pschotropic drugs on children.
Vol. 16, No. 4
The Doctor Will See You Now
Gwen Olsen, a former drug representative, takes an insider’s look at prescription drug pushing.
Vol. 16, No. 6
Why Children Act Up at School: A Change in Diet May Help
Jane Hersey presents the research and writes that principals and teachers see profound changes in behavior when additive-filled foods, sodas and candies are removed from children’s diets.
Vol. 17, No. 1
Food Additives Again Found to Trigger Hyperactivity in Children
Scott Miners presents new research from the University of Southampton that gives conclusive evidence that food additives, colorings and preservatives are direct causes of childhood illnesses.
Vol. 17, No. 2
School Food, or Junk Food?
Scott Miners offers more on the link between school-sanctioned, government-supported junk food and today’s super-sized children.
Special Section on Vaccines
Researchers Kristine Severyn, Ph.D., Jane Orient, M.D., Barbara Brewitt, Ph.D., Joseph Mercola, D.O., Sherri Tenpenny, D.O., and others issue many cautions about vaccine use.
Vol. 17, No. 4
Influenza Vaccines: What’s in that Needle?
Sherri J. Tenpenny, D.O., writes about flu vaccine ingredients that most have never heard of and may not want in their bodies.
Moms Support Informed Consent for Vaccinations
The Holistic Moms Network discusses the need for transparency and reform for parents who want to make informed decisions about their childrens health in regard to vaccinations.
Vol. 17, No. 5
The HPV Vaccine: Risks, Benefits and Alternatives
Sarah Cimperman, N.D., questions safety data about Merck’s vaccine and discusses the many adverse reactions reported.
Diet as a First-Line Treatment for ADHD
The director of the Feingold Association writes about key research showing ADHD could be reduced if certain food additives were banned.
Vaccine and Drug Cautions: Wisdom and Warnings
Helke Ferrie writes about a government drug regulator who exposes how corporate influence leads to approval of unsafe substances.
Vol. 19, No. 3
ADHD Increase Linked to Modern Diet
Jane Hersey discusses the links between certain processed foods, food additives and ADHD.
Vol. 19, No. 6
New Studies Link Diet and Behavior
Jane Hersey presents new scientific evidence that a highly processed foods diet leads to difficulty in focusing attention for children in general, as well as those diagnosed with ADHD.
Vol. 20, No. 5
Food Additives, Attention & Behavior
Jane Hersey, writes that food additives can cause activity and learning problems, but whole food helps improve test scores.