Epigenetics in the First Seven Years

Epigenetics in the First Seven Years

by Lauren McClain A child’s beliefs about herself, her sense of the world, and her ways of being in the world are largely set by…

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The Wholeness of Chiropractic

The Wholeness of Chiropractic

By Simon Senzon, DC One of the most compelling and fascinating ideas in chiropractic is wholeness. Since the earliest days of chiropractic this idea has…

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Making Your Family's Medical Decisions: Social and Emotional Costs

Making Your Family’s Medical Decisions: Social and Emotional Costs

By Lauren McClain When I was planning my first home birth, I realized that if–heaven forbid–the worst happened, people would blame me. Anything bad that…

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Healing Properties of Nature, Music, and Laughter in Children's Media

Healing Properties of Nature, Music, and Laughter in Children’s Media

By Sara Wiseman Parents and grandparents are always seeking ways to help kids wind down. Yet so often the common choice: putting on a movie—actually…

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To Prevent Illness: Love, Stress, and Microbes

To Prevent Illness: Love, Stress, and Microbes

By Lauren McClain What makes a strong immune system? Can you strengthen your family’s immune system? At this time of year, we’re all considering the…

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Consistency Is Key

Consistency Is Key

By Janaiah von Hassel In December of last year, I wrote an article “Sensory Sensitivities and Chiropractic Care” which was featured in the most recent…

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I Don't Self Soothe, Why Should My Baby?

I Don’t Self Soothe, Why Should My Baby?

By Janaiah von Hassel When my first son was born I remember attending to every cry so instinctively that I was almost on autopilot. Those…

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Reclaiming Your Personal Power

Reclaiming Your Personal Power

By Janaiah von Hassel Lately I’ve had a stirring more than ever to return to the freedom of my youthful thinking. As a child it…

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