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Why should Parents Blog?

Parents Blog I am a grown-up with young children and a business. I can’t possibly have time to ‘socialise’ or network online. So why is it I find myself interacting with people I have never met from all round the world, into the early hours, ‘poking’ on Facebook and ‘nudging’ on Twitter? Blimey, I’ve even […]


Chiropractic And Protein Problems In Babies

When a baby arrives there is so much joy, but with all the joy and excitement comes an incredible responsibility to care for the helpless little child who has just started life. Nature has prepared well for the new arrival, and the new baby, usually within minutes of being born, begins to suckle mum’s breast. […]

grieving families

When Tragedy Strikes, Should Families Of The Accused Also Suffer?

By Dr. Buck Blodgett When the most heinous crimes occur – murders, mass shootings, serial killings – much of the focus understandably turns to the victims and their grieving families who struggle to make sense of senseless violence. But the perpetrators have families, too, who often are horrified and guilt-ridden by what happened. Even the […]

Beto’ O’Rourke

Is ‘Beto’ O’Rourke Unusually Naïve or Deliberately Deceptive?

By Dave Workman Perhaps the lingering question in the aftermath of the October Democratic presidential debate is whether former Texas Congressman Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke is naïve or just plain stupid in his repeated insistence that if a law banning so-called “assault weapons” were passed, the millions of citizens who own them would dutifully line […]