Posts Tagged ‘kids’
Making Kids Fatter
The pandemic has thrown everyone for a loop. As a result, we’re all pretty much off our game and have distracted ourselves with whatever may be in front of us. And for a lot of us, that may be mindless eating. Unfortunately, that goes for kids as well. A new study from Pediatric Obesity found…Read More
Hormone Imbalance & Children
Having examined hormone imbalances in men, women, and teens, we’re now taking a closer look at hormone imbalance and children. Unsurprisingly, many of the causes are the same in children as they are for adults, so we’re going to focus more on the signs and symptoms of hormonal imbalance in children. Kids come with their…Read More
You Need the D!
Vitamin D is a big deal. I need it. You need it. We all need it. It’s one of the reasons God gave us the sun… But more on that in a minute. First let’s talk about some staggering statistics. Vitamin D deficiency is the most common medical condition worldwide, affecting about 90% of the global population?…Read More
Dad’s Stress Effects Kids
A new study out of Michigan State University is giving us even more insight into the important role of Dad’s in early childhood development. The study followed 730 families that participated in Head Start programs at 17 different locations across the country. The primary focus was on the effects of a parent’s stress and mental…Read More
Is ADHD a Fraud?
A renowned and widely respected Harvard Psychologist Jerome Kagan is making some bold, counter-cultural claims about kids and ADHD. In an interview with Spiegel online, the influential psychologist was very blunt. About ADHD, he said: It is an invention. Every child who’s not doing well in school is sent to see a pediatrician, and the pediatrician…Read More
Red Yeast Rice Effectively Lowers Cholesterol in Kids
A clinical trial from the Dept. of Pediatrics, University of Turin, Italy has successfully demonstrated that Red Yeast Rice is “effective, safe and well tolerated” in treating children with hypercholesterolemic (AKA – very high cholesterol). There are many reasons why a child (or adult) might have high cholesterol. Obesity, diet, diabetes and genetics are all shown…Read More