Tag: children

School Lunch in Japan – It’s Not Just About Eating!

By CafCu Media A fascinating look into the life of Japanese schoolchildren and why lunchtime is a fun, enriching (and hygienic?) experience. Get inspired to see how Japanese students operate their lunch period! You can see why “lunch period” is placed as a learning period in Japanese schools. Directed, edited and filmed by Atsuko Satake Quirk,…

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Wireless Technologies Have An Epigenetic Effect On Children

By Catherine J. Frompovich Cindy Sage and Ernesto Burgio published a new paper “Electromagnetic Fields, Pulsed Radiofrequency Radiation, and Epigenetics: How Wireless Technologies May Affect Childhood Development” on the Bioinitiative 2012 website, which ought to dispel much of the disparity about EMFs not  being harmful, especially to children, and fetuses in particular, I’d like to…

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New Drug for Rare Childhood Disease; Price Tag, $702,000 a Year – And an Explosive Statement from the FDA

By Jon Rappoport The FDA has just approved a new drug, Brineura, for a rare childhood brain-disease known as CLN2, which progresses quickly and is considered fatal. BioMarin, the drug’s manufacturer, has pegged the yearly price of the drug for a patient at an astronomical $702,000. Discounts will be offered—the average annual price for the…

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Is There Vaccine Cause-And-Correlation Regarding The Dramatic Rise In Children’s Chronic Diseases?

By Catherine J Frompovich Is there a “cause and correlation” effect relative to children’s chronic health issues surrounding the overwhelmingly accelerating negative health demographics seemingly related following the inordinate mandated number of multi-valent vaccines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as administered by pediatricians since the 1990s? That’s a unique and…

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Parents Disagree With School Over ADHD Diagnosis — So CPS Kidnapped Their Son

By Annabelle Bamforth A couple from Ohio have found themselves in a troubling custody battle with Child Protective Services for reportedly rejecting a mental health diagnosis of their son urged by the school administration. The disagreement has turned ugly and parents Christian and Katie Maple say they have lost custody of their son over refusing…

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Long-Term Study In Children From The Leaded Gasoline Era Shows Loss Of Intelligence By Late 30s

By April McCarthy Lead is still ubiquitous in our society. It’s found in everything from drinking water and building materials to toys, cosmetics and vaccines. Governments have not not learned their lesson on the toxic effects of this heavy metal. A long-term study of more than 500 children who grew up in the era of…

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“It Should Be Illegal to Be a Stay at Home Mom” – Mainstream Media

  By Cassius Kamarampi (Era of Wisdom) A well known Australian journalist recently had the audacity to say it should be illegal to be a stay at home mother. The headline reads: “Sarrah Le Marquand: It should be illegal to be a stay-at-home mum.” Her article starts off emphasizing the authority of “data or analysis,” saying: “It’s…

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Most Children in ‘Netflix-Only’ Households Don’t Know What TV Commercials Are: Survey

By Carey Wedler According to a recent survey conducted by a streaming data site that analyzes trends in online entertainment, the vast majority of young children who watch Netflix instead of television have something in common: They don’t know what commercials are. In a small sample size, Exstreamist surveyed parents about their children’s knowledge of…

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