The Environmental Defense Fund study finds 20% of baby foods tested over a ten year period contained some levels of lead. What to do? When asked, Dr. Keith Fabisiak, assistant chief of pediatrics at Kaiser Permanente's Campbell Medical Center, routinely urges new parents to prepare the baby's food from scratch.
Results are promising for a new approach to reducing “vaccine hesitancy,” according to a Kaiser Permanente study. Called the Immunity Community, it mobilizes parents who value vaccination to be advocates and to have positive conversations with other parents in person and through social media.