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  • Is your child exercising enough?

    exercise in children

    Exercise in children You might think it is OK for kids not to be physically active because they are young and not ridden with clogged up arteries, but actually there are so many health benefits of exercise in children, which I will go into later (and scarily, studies have found that some kids as young as 10 […]

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  • Chronic illnesses & vaccines, and why do babies receive Hep B vaccinations at birth? Vaccine Q&A with Dr Temple, Part 4

    Dr Temple, another common concern, is that vaccines are the reason behind the rise in chronic illnesses. How do you explain this? I treat chronic disease. Here are a few reasons I have uncovered in my clinic, and these all work together to cause the rise in chronic diseases (e.g. diabetes, heart disease, thyroid disease) […]

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  • Aluminum in vaccines and how does US vaccine program compare to the rest of the world?

    Part 3: Vaccine Q&A with Dr Temple – the aluminum debate Dr Temple, aluminum in vaccines, what are your thoughts? Still Researching. FDA does regulate aluminum in vaccines: Federal Regulations for biological products (including vaccines) limit the amount of aluminum in the recommended individual dose of vaccines, to not more than 0.85-1.25 mg (i.e. 850-1250 […]

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  • Is soy good or bad?

    Is Soy good or bad for you? Soy is probably the most controversial plant food in the limelight right now. The main concern is around whether they can increase breast cancer in women, and also its effect on the thyroid.  This is particularly relevant to the allergy community because soy is often used as an […]

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