Good News for Childrens' Healthcare

“Behind our wounds”

What is a wound? A wound is an emotional and  or a physical imbalance that is transmitted from generation to generation. How do you know if you are carrying such wounds? There are often physical and emotional clues to their existence.. An example would be Hearing a young person say I am afraid of having […]

“Special gift of love and health”

A Very Special Holiday Offer Give The Gift of Healthcare From America’s Premier TeleHealth Service For Family, Friends, College Students, Acquaintances or any of the 50 million Americans who live without healthcare we can’t think of a better way to show that you care! It would be hard to imagine that you don’t know someone […]

“Hope for healing Vitamin D + Cancer”

“This is like the Holy Grail of cancer medicine; vitamin D produced a drop in cancer rates greater than that for quitting smoking, or indeed any other countermeasure in existence.” ~ Dennis Mangan, clinical laboratory scientist The Vitamin D Council, a nonprofit educational corporation based in California, launches their “Vitamin D and Cancer” campaign today, […]

” Treating Autism with Craniosacral Therapy “

By Gloria Flores, CST-D guest author What is Craniosacral Therapy? Few body structures have more influence over your health and well-being than your central nervous system, and the body system that has the most impact on your central nervous system is your craniosacral system.  By helping the central nervous system to perform at its best, […]

“Infant saved using Vitamin D in ER”

Vitamin D literally grasps infant from certain death July 28, 2011 The beginning of the emergency room visit looked bad for the 16-month-old infant. He was in full cardiac arrest. His heart had stopped beating (asystole) but the Swiss hospital crew applied advanced cardiac life support and got the infant’s heart beating once again. When […]

‘Vitamin D and diabetes” http://wp.me/p13RKZ-qY

Researchers working at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, under the direction of Professor Anastassios Pittas  reported that 2,000 IU/day of vitamin D, given for 12 weeks, significantly improved pancreatic function in mildly overweight adults with pre-diabetes. Unfortunately, the lead author, Dr. Joanna Mitri, did not comment on the low dose of vitamin D they used, […]

“Fighting for quality school eats”

Concerned about the obesity of our children, the battle starts here, in their school’s cafeteria. If you’ve been wondering where Season 2 of the Food Revolution had gone on ABC do not fear the show is taking a short break following the recent positive events in the Food Revolution in L.A . Looking forward to […]

“Tai Chi for heart health n office relaxation”

This gentle, graceful movement form packs serious health benefits for all ages that practice Tai chi daily. It has recently been in the news for its help at improving heart heart and for stress reduction. Many of these exercises can be done sitting at your office desk as well or in a straight back chair […]

“”Afraid of germs/disease get a stuffed virus”

Learning to help your children take good care of themselves without fear, a father has developed a line of toys to help educate. Hug a virus this year.

“Start a CookShop in your city pass on the heart of success to families everywhere”

Truly this is a grassroots effort and a perfect example of People Helping People. The CookShop a government sponsored program is the core nutrition education program of the Food Bank For New York City. It gives low-income children, adults and teens the knowledge and tools to adopt and enjoy a healthy diet on a limited budget. […]