4 Ways You Are Making Parenting More Difficult

In Paleo Family, we tried to stay away from parenting advice or behavioral advice. It is a book primarily about physical health. But, while behavioral health issues are much more difficult to tackle, they are perhaps even more important. From our experience raising three very different children, it’s clear that…

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Paleo Family Planning

The couple’s coach looked up from the chart and, with a smile, congratulated them on their first child. They looked at each other quizzically, but the coach repeated her congratulations. Mom was just a few days pregnant and her coach was the first person on Earth to know—preempting even mom—and…

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Paleo Family: Raising Natural Kids in an Unnatural World

From the forthcoming Paleo Family health book: According to Greek mythology, Icarus was the son of a master craftsman, Daedalus, who had invented technological advances such as the labyrinth. Daedalus and Icarus got into some trouble with Minos, who threw them into their labyrinth, so they were forced to think…

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Paleo Family Book Giveaway!

We’re excited to announce the publication of Paleo Family: Raising Natural Kids in an Unnatural World September 24, 2018! In anticipation, we’re holding a giveaway through Goodreads. Sign up for a chance to win an advance reader copy today: Goodreads Book Giveaway Paleo Family by J.S.B. Morse Giveaway ends September…

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U.S. Opposition to UN Breast-Feeding Resolution Has Merit

  According to a New York Times report, several diplomats met in Geneva this Spring for a United Nations-affiliated World Health Assembly. One of the most controversial actions concerned a resolution encouraging breast-feeding. The Times reported: American officials sought to water down the resolution by removing language that called on…

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We’re So Healthy It’s Killing Us

In the early 1990s, a woman named Tamara visited her doctor in nearby Murfreesboro, Tennessee with a persistent sinus infection. Her doctor didn’t think it was anything to worry about, but prescribed the antibiotic erythromycin to help clear up the infection. Within 24 hours, she was experiencing a heart arrhythmia…

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