The Negative Effect of Maternal Stress on Infant Neurodevelopment and How Chiropractic Can Make a Difference

The Negative Effect of Maternal Stress on Infant Neurodevelopment and How Chiropractic Can Make a Difference

A mother’s level of stress determines her baby’s neurodevelopment according to a recent study published in JAMA Pediatrics. Researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Los…

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Relieve the Depression and Anxiety of Civilization

Relieve the Depression and Anxiety of Civilization

Depression is a disease of civilization and the result of a prolonged stress response, says Stephen Ilardi and Sara Burrows in the Fall 2018 issue…

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Do Chores Right to Build Families, Confidence, and Skills

Do Chores Right to Build Families, Confidence, and Skills

By Lauren McClain Children want to be involved in our work. Young children crave that togetherness, being part of something seemingly big, and the feeling…

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How to Raise a Human Being: From Conception to Age 1

How to Raise a Human Being: From Conception to Age 1

By Lauren McClain How babies experience their gestation and infancy carries through their whole lives. The energy that parents bring to their child’s Primary Period helps…

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The Cause of Dysfunction

The Cause of Dysfunction

By Bruce Lipton Most people have the misimpression that the brain controls all aspects of our inner and outer worlds. In regard to our internal…

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Siblings at Birth: The Beauty and the Bummer

Siblings at Birth: The Beauty and the Bummer

By Lauren McClain A midwife I work with all but regrets inviting her children to the birth of their sibling. She says all they remember…

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What Parents Need to Know About Tongue Ties

What Parents Need to Know About Tongue Ties

By Kimberly Rush What is a tongue tie, lip tie, or cheek tie? (AKA: tethered oral tissues (TOTs)) A frenulum is made of connective tissue…

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Slow Parenting for Modern Life

Slow Parenting for Modern Life

Shortly after my first child was born, I visited a zoo and watched a mother gorilla parent her infant. I watched for quite some time…

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Thinking Positively About Pain and Birth

Thinking Positively About Pain and Birth

By Sophie Fletcher, BA Hons, MA How you think can change how you feel. Today I’m going to talk about the P word. Yes I…

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The Gift Every Child Really Wants

The Gift Every Child Really Wants

By Pam Leo “My favorite part of Christmas is all the fun we have getting ready for Christmas (and the presents).”– Maggie Gray, at age…

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