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Evolutionary Psychology for Kids – Part 1

Hi Everyone, Here’s a great article from our friend Glenn Geher, Ph.D. of State University of New York at New Paltz that we would like to share:   Teaching kids about the importance of evolutionary mismatch in life! by Glenn Geher, Ph.D. Evolution and Human Behavior – Thoughts for 6th Read more…

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Infant Formulas And Cereals. A Step In The Wrong Direction

Lee este articulo en español   Written by: Consuelo Werner Disclosure: This post is not intended to persuade anyone to change their view on nutrition. This article is from a personal blog written and edited by me. This is not medical advice. The main purpose of this post is to encourage Read more…

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BEWARE!! Halloween Treats are Tricky…

This post went out in last week’s newsletter that you should ALL be subscribed to.  I mean, it’s delivered directly to your inbox – talk about convenience! In case you did, for some reason miss it; here’s your chance to catch up!  ENJOY! Another year, another October 31st – that’s right, Read more…

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The State of School Lunch…

School lunch, I remember it well.  Some days were good, other days the menu held items referred to as “S**t on a Shingle  and “Barf on a Bun”.  The lunch ladies were always kind and knew our names (I grew up in a VERY small town) and I gotta give them Read more…

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Baskets of Health: The Easter Bunny Goes Paleo

Oh yeah, it’s Easter.  The chocolate bunnies are out in force – ready to attack.  Jelly beans, peanut butter filled eggs, robin eggs (the ones that turn your lips funky colors – don’t ask how I know this…), and who can forget PEEPs…  Easter is the second largest sugar soaked Read more…

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