Archive for the 'Children' Category

Sept 1, Dr. Muray Grossan: Whole Body Allergy & Sinus Health

What Happens When Your Antibiotics Don’t Work? It’s been somewhere close to 40 years since I took an antibiotic prescribed by a doctor. Instead, I’ve cultivated the use of vitamins and herbs that have worked for me to allow my body to resist the development of colds and flus (and other types of “infection”). But that’s […]

July 28, John James: Grief Recovery from Today’s Many Losses

How Much Grief Can We Take? Not only do we have a rapidly-changing world, requiring us to “let go of the old” with great frequency, but we also encounter personal losses–of people, places, pets and dreams. Add to that that our entire world is undergoing change at a very rapid pace, and you’ll understand that grief […]

June 30, Roger Lucas, DDS: More Chocolate, No Cavities (for Kids!)

I’ll bet you—like most of us—believe that cavities kids get are caused by sugar! “Not so,” says my guest for this week, Seattle-based Dr. Roger Lucas. Tooth decay in the young children of the US has become, over the past 30 years, a public health crisis. Dr. Roger Lucas, DDS, has created a new way […]

Mar 17, Gabrielle V Taylor: Legacy of Wisdom

On this show, we’re looking at what the word “wisdom” truly represents, how individuals develop it, and how we pass it on. Looking at a profound relationship between a grandmother and her granddaughter, our guest examines how the legacy of wisdom is passed through the generations. “Wisdom,” says Gabrielle Taylor, “is an empowering gift to […]

Mar 10, Pamela Lenehan: My Mother, My Mentor

Can Children Thrive When Raised by Working Moms? Because mothers used to stay at home to raise the kids, we’ve compared our lives “backwards” when thinking about what happens with children when their mothers work. By looking at what adult children of working moms actually report, we can look the other direction and conclude that there […]

Mar 3, Russell Friedman: Grief Recovery for Children

When you were a child, did you have as many opportunities as today’s child to know about loss—through death, moving, divorce and pet loss? Most of my contemporaries lived in their same safe home, in the same safe neighborhood, going to the same safe schools as their friends. They did not hear frequently about school […]

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