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50 Best Parenting Books for Families with Teens and Tweens by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 7:56pm Hi! We get thousands of submissions of parenting books for our teen reviewers and Vanessa Van Petten.  Here are some of our favorites for you to check out.  We have parenting books for parents of all ages with all specialties! We have included descriptions by the author about each of their books. If you would like to submit your book, we a ... Read on »
The Best Parenting Books of 2010: Books for Parents Who Dig Evidence and Science by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 23 Feb 2011 8:19pm Read any worthwhile parenting books this year?  Any besides those by Tiger moms or celebrity moms or baby whisperers.  It goes without saying how delightful and entertaining those reads can be.... cough, cough, guffaw.  Wish I'd read more but did manage to find a few that rose above the usual pile of how-tos/what-to-expect/i'm-such-a-lousy-bu ... Read on »
Andrew Wakefield sets out his talking points in a new book by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 26 May 2010 4:43pm Only a few years ago it seemed you couldn’t go into an online discussion without hearing David Kirby’s talking points from his book Evidence of Harm. I recall hearing over and over about pink’s disease, Minimata disease and many more “facts” that had really nothing to do with autism. Now it seems to be Dr. Wakef ... Read on »
October 30, 2012 Is Homosexual 'Mix It Up' Day - Is your child's school on the list? by Patty .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Oct 2012 2:39pm American Family Association [AFA] has recently sent out a warning to parents regarding what appears to be an innocent 'tolerance' education curriculum designed around national anti-bullying month.  Here is the warning from AFA:  Homosexual 'Mix It Up' day - Is your child's school on the list? On, Tuesday, Octob ... Read on »
Part 3 Frau Koma’s Second Coming: Mass Murder, Autism and the Cult of Weaponized Genetics by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Jan 2013 12:00am Part 3, The Enlightened Rapture ( Read parts 2 and 1 here .) Those who promise us paradise on earth never produced anything but a hell. ~Karl Raimund Popper  By Adriana Gamondes Autism, the fastest growing developmental disorder in the US, represents more than 7% of a $40 billion dollar psychopharmaceutical market fo ... Read on »
27 New And Notable Low-Carb Diet, Nutrition & Health Books To Add To Your Library For September 2009 by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 23 Sep 2009 10:59pm I’ve been busy reading the latest diet and health books to review for you! They’ve been piling up behind my chair long enough now. Over the past few months I’ve been taking a look at all the wonderful new and notable low-carb, nutrition and health books that have been floating around out there which include some outstanding resources along ... Read on »
Cultural Bias – message received and understood by Maddy M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 9:38pm I grew up in a time and country that mocked Americans. Like many children, I didn’t question the status quo. I had my own views but didn’t voice them. I knew that adults were unable to appreciate the joys of a good Western and that American cartoons were infinitely superior, rather than ‘absolute rubbish.’ [t ... Read on »
Could your child’s favorite book be encouraging gender stereotypes? by Kiwi Patient Expert Posted Wed 25 May 2011 2:55pm by kiwilog When I think back to some of my favorite stories growing up, several classics come to mindThe Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Little Prince and The Velveteen Rabbit to name a few. Of course, as a kid, I’d neither noticed, nor cared, that these stories’ main characters were all male. But according ... Read on »
Best Parenting Books of 2011: Not What You Expect or What to Expect by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 18 Jan 2012 11:48am What are the best parenting books of 2011?    If you're looking to potty train your toddler or get your tween to clean her room, I'm sure there's a popular how-to somewhere but I can't name it. I don't know whether the Tiger mom's hyper vigilance will make your kids crave birthday parties and tv. Never read her whole Battle Hymn.  In fact ... Read on »
Seth Mnookin: The New Kid in Town by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Thu 05 May 2011 11:59am [Update: Good Grief... Seth Mnookin is a mess. I posted this piece less than two hours ago on Seth's claim on his blog that David Kirby might be out at the Huffington Post, and I JUST got this email in my inbox because I subscribe to Kirby's posts there I don't know what is worse for Mnookin, that Kirby had a post immediately on HuffPo, th ... Read on »