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Fever

Forget Everything You Were Ever Told About Fevers

April 2, 2018; by Megan Heimer (www.livingwhole.org) The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently published a report confirming what we’ve all known to be pretty common sense for a while now: Fevers aren’t bad and you shouldn’t bring it down in a healthy child. Why? Because fevers are good and suppressing it drags out the […]

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Coconut Palms

Is Coconut Really Bad for You?

July 26, 2017 (LivingWhole.org) Coconut oil has received an undeserving bad rap over the past few weeks, as the American Heart Association declared war on coconut oil and people put it back on the shelf where it simply doesn’t belong. I’ll admit that I’m usually the first to jump in on things like this, but […]

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Pollen

Kicking Pollen Season: An In-Depth Review of AllerDx

June 1, 2017; Megan Heimer (LivingWhole.org) Ya’ll let’s face it … pollen season stinks. We’re talking can’t see straight, think clearly, look like I’m cryin’ but I’m really dyin,’ gotta red rash, where the heck did those come from straight up irritations. If you’re like most people you’re either popping pills, standing over a humidifier, standing on your head, […]

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Essential oils

Two Essential Oils You Should Have on Hand

May 26, 2017; Megan Heimer (LivingWhole.org) We’ve all been there — that moment of bliss as we dived into the world of essential oil woo and addressed our first health catastrophe with something that supposedly has no medicinal benefit whatsoever. Using essential oils worked so poorly for us the first time that we decided to spend more […]

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Dear Gwyneth Paltrow, Keep on Preaching

May 26, 2017; Megan Heimer (LivingWhole.org) Dear Ms. Paltrow, Can I call you Gwyneth? Because after you read this we’ll definitely be friends. You recently said that anyone who is “going to **ck with you, better bring their A-game.” I read a post from a physician recently, who … in the name of science and a poor […]

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