Allergies

The American Academy of Pediatrics estimates that 5.6 million U.S. children (7.6%) have a food allergy and 40% of those children have more than one.  The Academy also noted that prevalence could be as high as 11.4%.

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Preschool girl suffering with seasonal allergies and blowing her nose

Inflammation and Recurrent Illness: A Parent’s Guide

Inflammation is an intricate, complex response by the whole body to what it perceives as a threat.

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Grounding: Five Reasons to be Outside and Barefooted

Being barefooted and outside has many health benefits. My entire life, I have always gone barefooted as much as possible. …

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Get to the Root Cause of Common Childhood Illnesses

I am dealing with a bug issue in my kitchen right now (I am sure they are not only in …

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What If You Could Break Your Child's Sick Cycle?

Discover 7 Steps to Heal and
Prevent Common Childhood Illnesses

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