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Olmsted on Autism: Boys Failing Due to Short Recess, Feminism - Yeah, That's the Ticket! by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Mar 2010 12:00am By Dan Olmsted New test scores show boys falling behind girls in reading, dropping out of school more often and getting fewer college degrees. It's true everywhere, across every state. "In some states, the boys are trailing girls by as much as 10 percentage points," ABC News reported HERE last night. What's going on? ... Read on »
October's Stupid Plastic Crap by Linda Anderson Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Oct 2009 10:04pm This month’s stupid plastic crap is vibrating mascara.  Yes - it vibrates.  Not  only is the mascara tube made of plastic, but it has a battery that is guaranteed to last 130 applications.  Then what?  It will be in a landfill for centuries.  Lancome has one for $34.00 and Maybelline has one for $15.00.  I think both are pricey..  It vib ... Read on »
Use soy milk with caution by russelleaton Posted Wed 13 Dec 2006 2:02am James Rutz, chairman of the Open Church Ministries, and writing in the publication WorldNetDaily, opines that when you eat or drink excess soy products, you’re also getting substantial quantities of estrogens. According to Rutz, the danger for a man of consuming soy milk and tofu is the suppression of your masculinity and stimulating your “fem ... Read on »
The Story of Cosmetics by Linda Anderson Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 Jul 2010 10:10am This month's Green Moms Carnival is about the video  The Story of Cosmetics , which explains some of the issues surrounding the ingredients in personal care products.  I have written about the questionable ingredients in common personal care products several times and think this video is worth watching.  All of us use a lot of these products from ... Read on »
Plastic Makes Boy's Brains and Play Less Boyish? What Do Phthalates, Phallic Fears, and the Supreme Court All Have In Common? by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 08 Dec 2009 8:03am Phthalates in pregnancy feminize the developing male brain rendering boys less boyish.  So says University of Rochester researcher Shanna Swan who found women who had high levels of the chemical in their urine during pregnancy later reported their boys showed less masculine play.   But who cares... Let's not waste too much time on th ... Read on »
The Beauty Routine by Linda Anderson Patient Expert Posted Sat 06 Jun 2009 12:04am I decided it is time to simplify my routine for beauty and hygiene. I have been reading about greening up this area of my life for some time now and decided to start by cleaning out my medicine cabinet and my bathroom vanity. I removed 16 pounds of “stuff” that is either out of date, out of style, or just not used in my life anymore. Most of it i ... Read on »
WorldNetDaily: The trouble with soy, part 3 by Timothy C. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 12:01am Editors Note: the articles that are reprinted here are not necessarily the views of this web site. These articles are for information only and are reprinted here to add to your knowledge of strength training. Always consult a physician before undertaking any strength training program. Reprint from WorldNetDaily: The trouble with soy, part 3 ... Read on »
Help we all can do without by Angie O. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:56pm And now back to our regularly scheduled programming highlighting dirty, disgusting little boys. When I was a very young girl, one of my very favorite books and accompanying records (yes, records) was Free to Be … You and Me by Marlo Thomas and Friends. This came to me courtesy of my ever-educating Aunt Jane (English teacher and the first o ... Read on »
Beauty...or the Beast? Depends on the Safe Chemicals Act. by Diane Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 Jul 2010 2:31pm Cosmetics and personal care products literally touch every part of our bodies. We've been convinced that they'll make us beautiful. They often make us feel better. But evidence is emerging that the cumulative use of these products may be contributing to asthma, the onset of puberty in girls as young as three years old, and even the feminizati ... Read on »
SIGG Has BPA: I Told You Not to Trust the Secret Plastic Liner! by Alix Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 Aug 2009 11:01pm Remember my October 2008 article about the breast cancer-causing chemicals in bottled water? As an alternative to pre-packaged bottled water, I recommended drinking filtered water from a stainless steel Klean Kanteen. I specifically said that the more popular SIGG bottle was an iffy choice at best: * I favor the Klean Kanteen over the more p ... Read on »