Monthly Archives: August 2015

Give Babies Peanut Butter

A new study shows that babies who ate peanut products before they were a year of age, had 81% fewer peanut allergies than babies who waited until after their birthday. There are only 2 food restrictions from 6 months of … Continue reading

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Autism Gene Found

Researchers have identified a gene that causes autism and at least one explanation for the disorder. The gene is on a duplicated chromosome segment. It destroys the regulatory protein, PKA, in the brain. This leads to the overgrowth of nerve … Continue reading

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Top 10 Concerns by Adults of Childhood

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Why Is My Child Always Sick?

Family Size is Related to Sick Days Families with 6 children are sick 45 weeks a year. Families with 1 child are sick 18 weeks a year. Couples with no children are sick 3-4 weeks a year. These findings are in … Continue reading

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