Issue 52 - Winter 2016 - Article Resources

Issue 52 - Winter 2016 - Article Resources

Journey from Fear to Trust

Jeanne Ohm, D.C.

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The Blessed State

Jeanne Ohm, D.C.

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Vision of a Freebirth Community

Jeannine Parvati Baker

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Fearless Birth

Laura Shanley

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Mind Over Genes

Bruce Lipton, PH.D.

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Evolve Into Love

Nicole Moore

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Don’t Blame the Bugs

Roger Newman Turner, N.D., D.O.

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The Arc of Healing

Heidi Skye, D.C.

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Are We Making Our Children Sick?

Maya Shetreat-Klein, M.D.

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Rethinking Bugs

Sara Wickham, Ph.D., R.M.

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  • Harman T and Wakeford A (2014).

  • Microbirth, UK: Alto Films. Reed R and Johnson-Cash J (2014).

  • The human microbiome: considerations for pregnancy, birth and early mothering. Available at: http://tinyurl.com/oo6usbh.

  • Turnbaugh PJ, Ley RE and Hamady M (2007). ‘The human microbiome project’. Nature, 449: 804–810.



Role of the Microbiome in Infant Development

Kate Raines

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  • Fricke F. The More the Merrier? Reduced Fecal Microbiota Diversity in Preterm Infants Treated with Antibiotics. Journal of Pediatrics July 2014.

  • Ginley S. UNC Researchers Link Gut Bacteria to Infant Brain Development. The News & Observer Aug. 6, 2016.

  • Gritz EC and Bhandari V. The Human Neonatal Gut Microbiome: A Brief Review. Frontiers in Pediatrics Mar. 5, 2015.

  • National Academy of Sciences. The Human Microbiome, Diet, and Health: Workshop Summary. NCBI 2013.

  • Greenwood C et al. Early Empiric Antibiotic Use in Preterm Infants Is Associated with Lower Bacterial Diversity and Higher Relative Abundance of Enterobacter. Journal of Pediatrics July 2014.

  • Francino MP. Early Development of the Gut Microbiota and Immune Health. Pathogens 2014.

  • Kohn D. When Gut Bacteria Changes Brain Function. The Atlantic June 24, 2015.

  • Ferreira RBR et al. Should the Human Microbiome Be Considered When Developing Vaccines? PLOS Pathogens November 2010.

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Considerations for Pregnancy, Birth, and Early Mothering

Rachel Reed, Ph.D.

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  • Microbirth – the movie

  • Birthful Podcast: Your baby’s microbiome with Dr Rodney Dietert

  • Science and Sensibility: The healthy birth: dyad or triad? Exploring birth and the microbiome

  • ‘Is society being shaped on a microbiological and epigenetic level by the way women give birth? – the Crickey health blog

  • Eureka Alert – The infant gut microbiome: new studies on its origin and how it’s knocked out of balance

  • Belly Belly – Seeding baby with good bacteria using vagina swabbing

  • Gut feelings: the future of psychiatry may be inside your stomach

  • Gut bacteria might guide the workings of your minds

  • Original Article. https://midwifethinking.com/2014/01/15/the-human-microbiome-considerations-for-pregnancy-birth-and-early-mothering/



Natural Immunity

Philip F. Incao, M.D.

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  • Parish, C.R. “The Relationship Between Humoral and Cell-Mediated Immunity.” Transplant. Rev. 13 (1972):3.

  • Ronne, T. “Measles Virus Infection without Rash in Childhood is Related to Disease in Adult Life.” The Lancet Ltd. (1985):1-5.

  • Odent, M.R., Culpin, E.E., Kimmel, T. “Pertussis Vaccination and Asthma: Is There a Link The Journal of the American Medical Association 272(1994):588.

  • Cookson, W.O.C.M., and Moffatt, M.F. “Asthma: An Epidemic in the Absence of Infection?” Science 275(1997):41-42.

  • Martinez, F.D. Role of viral infections in the inception of asthma and allergies during childhood: could they be protective? Thorax 1994;49: 1189-91.

  • Rook, G.A.W., Zumla, A. “Gulf War Syndrome: Is It Due to a Systemic Shift in Cytokine Balance Towards a Th2 Profile?” The Lancet 349 (1997): 1831-1833.

  • McKeown, T. The Modern Rise of Population. New York: Academic Press, 1976.

  • McKeown, T. The Role Of Medicine: Dream, Mirage, or Nemesis? New Jersey: Princeton University Press 1979.

  • Sagan, L.A. The Health of Nations. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1987.

  • Rook, G.A.W., Zumla, A. “Gulf War Syndrome: Is It Due to a Systemic Shift in Cytokine Balance Towards a Th2 Profile?” The Lancet 349 (1997): 1831-1833.

  • Robin, Eugene, M.D. “Some Hidden Dimensions of the Risk/Benefit Value of Vaccine” from the First International Public Conference on Vaccination. Alexandria, Virginia September 1997.

  • Solomon, T., Kneen, R., Dung, N.G., Khanh, V.C., Thuy, T.T.N., Ha, D.Q., Day, N.P.J.,

  • Nisalak, A., Vaughn, D.W., White, N.J. “Poliomyelitis-like illness due to Japanese encephalitis virus” Lancet 1998; 351: 1094-97

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Immunity

Bruce Lipton, Ph.D.

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Guard Your Peace

Janaiah Von Hassel

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Perspectives on Chiropractic and Immunity

Special Contributors

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The Brain and Immunity

Joe Dispenza, D.C.

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Whatever Happened to Winifred Gardella?

Dennis Ehren, D.C.

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A Doctor for All Seasons

Ruth Lockshin

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Game Changers

Kelly Brogan, M.D.

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Honest Disagreement in a Pro-Vaccine World

Louise Kuo Habakus

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Trust

Peter J. Kevorkian, D.C.

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