"Once a month, parents interested in what are called holistic parenting lifestyles -- back-to-natural things from organic foods to cloth diapers
-- meet in the room in the basement of the Bethlehem (Pa.) Area Public Library.
Suzan Walter, president of the American Holistic Health Association, says the concept of holism has been around for centuries but fell out of favor in Western societies during the first half of the 20th Century, when advances in diagnosing disease and using medication as treatments created a dramatic shift in the concept of health."
From: "Holistic moms raise their kids with cloth diapers, yoga and organic food." by KATHY LAUER-WILLIAMS at <a href="http://www.freep.com" title="freep.com">freep.com</a>
Detroit's Free Press