From poor education to forced vaccinations, parents are becoming aware that government-run public education may not be right for their children anymore.
Joining countless women, actress Scarlett Johansson recently said that ‘breastfeeding is the best way to get back in shape’ after pregnancy.
Nine-year-old Martha Payne is student revealing just how low quality school lunches are – all while students are expected to perform academically.
A school in Connecticut was forced to make a food shift after 500 students boycotted the cafeteria food for being served while under-cooked and moldy.
A new study has found that between 2012-2013, 17,230 children in the United States have been poisoned by laundry detergent pods, often after consuming them.
One of the largest studies to date has found a dramatic increase in inflammatory bowel conditions in children in the last decade, likely due to eating GMOs.
Children in 4 Dallas schools may have been exposed to the Ebola virus, causing parents to panic and pull their kids out of school.
The CDC announced that 1 in 68 children in America suffer from autism. What is to blame for the incredible rise in children with autism in the U.S.?
An article in Time Magazine unintentionally blows another hole in the claim that vaccinations have no direct link to rising autism rates.
Worried about potential dangers of vaccines, Californian parents are refusing to immunize their kindergarten-aged children. Officials are stumped.
Why has Nestlé removed GMOs (genetically modified organisms) from baby foods and formulas in South Africa and not in the United States?
Children suffering from ADHD do NOT need medications to see improvements. In some cases, one herb, Ginkgo biloba, can help to lessen symptoms in no time.
One food revolution which deserves more focus is the way we feed our children. There a thousand ways to get involved. You can help change the future.
Many self-care and home products are loaded with chemicals known as endocrine disruptors. Avoid these 5 toxins for you and your child’s health.
Researchers say there is significant evidence that suggests compounds in medical marijuana may be a highly feasible treatment for autism.
A recent study found that many foods marketed to children, especially breakfast cereals, have some of the highest levels of ADHD-causing food coloring.
A groundbreaking new study shows that arsenic in our drinking water can impede working memory, verbal comprehension, and perceptual reasoning.