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Our top 5 blog posts of all time: 1. What your skin, hair and nails can tell you about your health. 2.Crying baby ? Treat colic in your newborn 3.Miracle magnesium – why so important? 4.Women’s health – PMS to menopause 5.Understanding chronic inflammation


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Smart Baby

The Vaccine Research Library (VRL) contains a collection of articles and article links from mainstream medical journals that by design documents problems associated with vaccines. In addition to sections on individual vaccines, readers can find material on cell lines, adjuvants, and additives. There are selections about “special circumstances,” such as vaccines for healthcare workers and those in the military. Articles published on vaccine injuries—such as demyelinating diseases and seizures—are also in the collection.


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Probiotics Reduce infant Skin Problems 3

A new study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology shows that probiotic supplementation during pregnancy and breast-feeding significantly reduces the risk of infant eczema. According to the American Academy of Dermatologists, eczema affects between 10 and 20 percent of all infants, resulting in red, itchy skin patches or rashes. Three out of four children with eczema go on to develop asthma or hay fever.


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The importance of child immunisation in Australia. It is one of our greatest public health measures and can be credited for saving literally millions of lives. Find out when Immunisation is not recommended for children along with the common side effects.


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Do you have a crying baby? Colic covers a range of symptoms which babies in the newborn to three month age group frequently display. Rather than being a medical diagnosis relating to pathology, colic covers a range of symptoms which babies in the newborn to three month age group frequently display.


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An interviewer asked Nancy O’Hara, M.D., a leading U.S. paediatrician, about the seemingly ever increasing occurrence of such childhood illnesses as diabetes, asthma, ADHD, allergies and autism and whether the greater numbers today evidence only better diagnosis….


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Early childhood development is a concern for every parent. Although in theory we know that each child is an individual and will progress through developmental milestones in their own good time, we still tend to compare our children with others of the same age. But this is rarely useful. No two children are the same and even siblings sharing an identical genetic inherence can be very different.


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Thinking Baby

Something which strikes fear into every parent’s heart is the thought of SIDS or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Although public education campaigns in Australia have significantly reduced the number of babies who die from SIDS it’s still estimated that around 1 baby in every 3,000 will be affected¹. This is the same number as in any other Western country and equates to around 88 babies every year. That’s still 88 babies too many.


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