Could parenting be affected by our corporate culture?

Corporate profit margins and the private interests of the medical community have a huge effect on the wellbeing of both mother and child. Award-winning journalist and author Jennifer Margulis clearly explains all of this in her new book The Business of Baby (due to be published in April 2013) . Here is direct information about this book from her website

Jennifer Margulis cautions readers about the relationship between the vast money-making business of pregnancy and the early childcare advice parents are given. She encourages us to question what we’re told about prenatal and infant care and explains how financial interests skew the way we parent. She investigates how the plastic diaper industry perpetuates longer delays in potty training than ever before; why cesareans are increasingly prevalent; why more American women don’t breastfeed; and why, despite our state-of-the-art medical technology, the United States has among the highest maternal and infant mortality rates in the industrialized world.

Ideas of March!

Successful parenting and happy children have been around for years. Love is the “secret salsa,” and you can’t buy that anywhere!

With it you will always know what to do for your child. Without it the job is very, very tough. You are “Drs. Mom and Dad.

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