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April is Disability Awareness month, and RH therefore found it fitting to share some updated statistics with our readers. The numbers are staggering! The information makes it clear that something … Continue reading
By now pretty much everyone is aware that we need to be mindful of how much fish we consume. We know there are plenty of benefits to eating sustainable, wild caught … Continue reading
I greatly respect the work and perseverance of researcher Tyrone Hayes (you can read more about his work here), so when I saw a this TED talk circulating I had to give … Continue reading
I began working in the field of behavioral therapy for autism at the height of the vaccine theory controversy. At this time, I clearly remember having heated debates with colleagues about … Continue reading
Soy-based formulas are regularly used as alternatives to breast milk in infants; however, there is much controversy over the safety of these products. We know that soy is estrogenic, which … Continue reading
Many young women are put on synthetic hormones at a very early age, and take them for the majority of their fertile life, only to go through menopause and be … Continue reading