Throughout the second half of the 20th century, high levels of optimism about the ability of medical science and pharmacology to shortly abolish all disease and suffering prevailed throughout the United States. Travel back to the year 1965, and you would be likely to find that people believed that diseases like cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, and heart disease would be eradicated by the 1980s or ‘90s.

Fast forward to 2019, and the state of things is now quite the opposite. With major drugs ranging from Vioxx to thalidomide having been shown not to relieve suffering but to cause it, even leading to death, skepticism of Big Pharma and the drugs that it hastily pushes onto the market has never been higher.
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Did you know that our kids can enjoy interactive apps while playing with an actual toy? 
Kids love apps! So Huetrition has created an app to help your kids make healthy food choices and have fun with the HuePets 2.0 app! Your kids will have fun taking pictures of their food and interacting with their pet Huey. (Look for this updated app in August!)

Scan real-life meals to feed your HuePet™, unlocking prizes and raising your pet from a little egg to a HueMaster!

Many parents worry that their children will be influenced by the infamous peer pressure. Young people in particular tend to be more vulnerable to peer pressure, although it can get adults into trouble too. This is because they want to fit in and be part of the popular crowd. Below are some tips from an independent day school in London to help parents understand how to teach their kids to resist peer pressure.