We are giving away TWO award-winning adult health books by Cheryl Meyer to 3 lucky winners! Enter for your chance to win by noon 10/30/20! Read More
“Environmental health experts warn that relying too heavily on disinfectants to prevent the spread of infection could actually create more dangers, especially if chemical cleaners are used when children are present.”[vi] Read More
I wrote about Blue Zones in the revise of my first book. I feel so strongly about this information; I decided to also include the information in my second book.
If you, your children and other people in your life are healthy, then why should you care about toxins and the quality of your food?
Blue Zones are the five areas in the world with the longest human longevity, where. It is common to remain healthy and vibrant until over 100 and to keep one’s cognizance until the end. Read More
I asked a group of moms what suggestions they had for raising the roof when they’re feeling down: Below are 50 ways to kick it up a notch when you can’t motivate yourself to get it done Read More
This week’s Roundup of Mom’s Choice Award winners features children’s picture books about health & safety and life lessons, sing along audio experiences + more! Read More
Most pregnant women know that drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes and taking drugs while pregnant is a big no-no. However, despite official warnings from health agencies, a recent study found that some women are partaking in these no-no’s during pregnancy. Read More
The CDC also found in their investigation that there was little information on how to properly clean breast pump parts based on current studies and science. As a result of this, they wrote their own guidelines. Read More
Experts estimate that over 600,000 women will suffer from postpartum depression this next year– making that roughly 1 in 7 new moms. Even more staggering than those statistics is the fact that only 15% of moms will seek treatment for their PPD. Read More
Those years of grief won’t be forgotten, and neither will those lives. I’m certain I’ll always remember their due dates, and the order of siblings that would have been, had we been allowed to have our children. I’m okay with reflecting on the dark times and feeling twinges of that familiar heartache. It gets easier, but it never goes away. It’s fitting to grieve what will never be. Read More
The Act received bipartisan support in Congress, and although it only mandates that certain federal buildings must make changing stations readily available to both men and women, it is a small, but greatly appreciated, step in the right direction. Read More
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