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Nutrition

08 Sep Healthy & Easy Finger-Foods for Toddlers

This is a list of my favorite foods that I have been feeding my, almost-13-month-old, son.  I hope you find them helpful. All Organic, All Easy, All Gluten-Free: 1.  Steamed Carrots 2.  Baked Sweet Potato with Coconut Butter 3.  Free-Range Chicken from Urban Acres, Broccoli, Brown Rice with Wheat-free...

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24 Aug Herbal Home Remedies for Kids

Today Wednesday August 24th, 2011 7:00pm location: Call 415.754.8305 Come learn simple and effective ways to nurture your little one during their time of need. We'll cover common childhood ailments such as: -bruises -cold sores -conjunctivitis -cradle cap -sore throat -insect bites $10 to signup call: 415.754.8305 or email: drnaumes@gmail.com Read more about Herbal First Aid Kits...

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29 Mar Allergic to Wine!

One of life’s sadder statistics is that about 8% of people get sneezy and stuffy-headed after drinking wine. This mild allergic reaction is often blamed on preservative chemicals called sulphites, but they are responsible for only an eighth of cases. To read more: The oenophile's lament An explanation...

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22 Feb Cancer and Overeating

Are you concerned about your breast cancer risk? Are you currently being treated for breast cancer? Are you a breast cancer survivor and want do to everything you can to prevent cancer reoccurrence? "OVERWEIGHT women are more likely to develop breast cancer than lean ones. Why...

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19 May Nursing in Public

Ah, junk mail! I was looking through a catalog for new baby gear and came across a “nursing cover”. It describes the product: “Nurse privately even in public! This stylish nursing cover is contoured and generously sized to fit securely around mom and baby for hands-free nursing coverage” $36. I’m saddened at the cultural constraints placed on breastfeeding women in the Western world. Breast-feeding without a nursing cover is more comfortable, more intimate, and less expensive. I think one reason we are encouraged to cover our breasts while feeding is that our culture is uncomfortable with the duality of women's breasts as both sexual body parts and body parts that provide nourishment to our babies.
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