“Mercury contamination in kids”

If women are pregnant, want to be pregnant or are nursing eating more than one or two servings a week of canned tuna, especially albacore tuna could be harmful to their health according to the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Tuna fish and other seafoods are packed with great nutrients such as omega-3’s, […]

“Recalled kids meds =ER trips”

CDC researchers  found that recalled cough and cold over the counter medications accounted for too many of the ER visits for small children. The good news The numbers of ER nonfatal trips of young children between 0 and 4 years of age dropped by more than half, from 2,790 visits to 1,248 nationwide in the […]

“Thanks for children safely home for the holidays”

During the holidays, many families have a tradition where everyone takes turns saying what they are grateful for. At the Polly Klaas® Foundation and Complementary Medicine Association, we are very grateful that you have joined us in our mission to keep children safe. Keeping your family safe becomes part of your family bonding experience, an […]

“Stretching = success work n school”

Where ever you work take a success break every hour to stretch your back. When you sit too long the soft tissues and tendons in the back muscles get stressed, The muscles will either tighten up or get to weak and the spine will sublex or move out of alignment. Moving regularly is the RX […]

“Quick tips to relief simple headache pain”

Using these acupressure points presented to you by Dr. Mark Brinson of Brinson Therapeutics, You can help yourself to better health. He specializes in pain, injury and human performance. Remember. if pain persists or returns frequently see your health practitioner. This advise is not meant to diagnose or prescribe. CMA or the people involved are […]

“Go Mediterranean avoid plus girth”

Adherence to the healthy Mediterranean dietary patterns are key factors for avoiding the natural long-term yearly weight gain occurring during adulthood and with advancing age. These are the findings of a research study after following 10,000 Spanish university graduates for six years. The average age of the students were 38 years The study found the […]

“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. […]

“No Cow’s milk for infants and young kids”

Cow’s milk is not recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics for children under 1 year old. Infants fed whole milk from cows get insufficient amts of vitamin E iron essential fatty acids. Infants fed whole milk from cows get too much too much protein sodium, potassium. These levels may be too high for the […]

“Help children get the nutrition they need”

Help children get the nutritional support they deserve.

“Link trans fats and inflammatory diseases”

The escalation of chronic inflammatory diseases like heart, diabetes, weight gain, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel, many digestive and countless immune conditions like allergy, colds and flu is parallel to the growth in popularity of trans fats in the modern American diet. Prior to 1910, dietary fats consisted primarily of butterfat, beef tallow, and lard.  In […]