Review: Self Care for New Mums by Kirstie Stockx

My review of Kirstie Stockx's new book 'Self-Care for New Mums'.

Chemicals Found in Breast Milk: Is It Enough to Negate the “Benefits”?

More backlash against breastfeeding hits the news with a study looking at contaminants in breast milk. Should we really reconsider promoting breastfeeding? Could formula be superior?

7 ways to keep the winter blues at bay

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Are you eating too much fruit? The hidden sugars explained

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A lack of sleep making you put on weight?

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CHHRP Responds to CDC Circumcision Report

The Children's Health and Human Rights Partnership responds to the CDC's report on routine infant male circumcision. Read here for the response.

Dear Dr. Christian

One Dr. Christian of Closer Magazine claims not only no benefits to breastfeeding beyond six months, but that full-term breastfeeding can cause harm. I beg to differ.

Is Breastfeeding Advocacy Hurting Women?

Despite one US researcher on gender studies claiming so, I'm going to say she's really part of the problem with her arguments.

So You’re Going To Bottle Feed…

Bottle-feeding has become a huge part of Western society, but this method of feeding is not what infants biologically expect. However, there are ways to try and mimic the breastfeeding relationship that mothers can use and that's what is focused on herein.

Why the Vaccine Industry needs a new PR Strategy

My take on the all-too-common statements that research into vaccines isn't necessary and that the request for it is "stupid".