How Looming Economic Woes Will
Trickle Down to American Families

Debates are raging across the blogosphere about whether there should be a bailout for the housing crises. In American politics, it’s already been decided there needs to be one; the Continue Reading →

Good News, Bad News,
Obesity Studies Find

A number of studies are offering mixed messages about obesity. First the good news: Adult Obesity Growth Rates Stalling The Centers for Disease Control are reporting that women’s obesity rates Continue Reading →

Preservatives, Colorings Increase
Hyperactivity in Kids, Study Finds

I love coffee but haven’t touched the stuff since 1989. It used to make me so hyper that I could perform two people’s job at the same time. In fact, Continue Reading →

Preservatives, Colorings Increase
Hyperactivity in Kids, Study Finds

I love coffee but haven’t touched the stuff since 1989. It used to make me so hyper that I could perform two people’s job at the same time. In fact, Continue Reading →

Is This Candy
A Rotten Egg?

I just received an e-mail that I can’t get out of my head. Although I don’t know the complete circumstances yet, this British dad lost a child to choking on Continue Reading →

Is This Candy
A Rotten Egg?

I just received an e-mail that I can’t get out of my head. Although I don’t know the complete circumstances yet, this British dad lost a child to choking on Continue Reading →

U.S. Places 2nd to Last
in Caring for Children
When Compared With Wealthy Nations

“The true measure of a nation’s standing is how well it attends to its children – their health and safety, their material security, their education and socialization, and their sense Continue Reading →