Last March, I was fortunate to attend an amazing gathering, "Toward a New Psychology of Interpersonal Relationships," which was presented by UCLA Extension and Lifespan Learning Institute.
I had been to several of these annual meetings previously, and this year’s may have been the most interesting one yet. Among the impressive list of speakers were: Diane Ackerman, John Gottman, Iain McGilchrist, Allan Schore, Daniel Siegel, Arietta Slade, and Marion F. Solomon (who was also one of the conference organizers).
The Mid-Pacific Conference on Birth and Primal Health Research will take place on October 26-28, 2012, in Honolulu. The venue will be the Hawaii Convention Center, and APPPAH will have a presence there.
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Exposure to toxins can alter DNA.
Women with ovarian disease may have inherited it from great grandmothers who were exposed to toxic chemicals decades ago, according to a study by Washington State University researchers.