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Drug-Resistant Bacteria Often Brought Home from Hospitals
MRSA is an increasing concern, and the bacteria is often brought from the hospital into the community.

Study Links Sugary Soft Drinks to Pancreatic Cancer
Even consuming one or two sweetened sodas per week raises your risk of this rare and deadly cancer.

Female Hormones Grow in Trees, say Scientists
Progesterone has been found in walnut trees.

3 Simple Steps Can Cut Childhood Obesity
A new study finds that, despite diet, having family dinners, getting enough sleep, and limiting TV time can cut a child’s risk of obesity.

Moms Over 40 Nearly Twice as Likely to Have a Child with Autism

Another piece of the puzzle is discovered.

Nearly 17,000 Chemicals Remain Corporate Secrets

What is in these chemicals, which may be in your products? What do they do?

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Kate is wife to Ben and mommy to Bekah (5), Daniel (4), Jacob (2), and Nathan (born March 2013). She is passionate about God, health, and food. She has written 7 cookbooks and a book entitled A Practical Guide to Children's Health. When she's not blogging, she's in the kitchen, sewing, or homeschooling her children. You can also find her as a contributor at Keeper of the Home.

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3 Comments

  1. From what I have read, I thought you already knew why autism happens. Are there other reasons? Is this age thing valid?

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  2. Anonymous,

    There are MANY reasons why autism happens, nearly all from our modern life. Maternal age, antibiotics, vaccines, various diets (including high fructose corn syrup, food dyes, etc.) have all been implicated. I believe that it is a combination of these factors that cause autism.

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  3. Interesting! I think it may happen from too much electronic stimuli and not enough maternal/paternal stimuli. So many autistic kids LOVE computers.

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