The Documenting Hope Project is the cornerstone research program of Epidemic Answers, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and reversal of chronic health and developmental conditions in children. The project features an innovative and groundbreaking research program coupled with education, outreach, and media initiatives.
More than half of U.S. children have at least one diagnosed serious chronic health condition. This is an epidemic of historic proportions. We believe that our kids are the “canaries in the coalmine,” telling us that our current ways of living are detrimental to human and planetary health.
Using the tools of science and the power of media, we intend to illuminate root causes and inspire hope for the prevention and reversal of childhood health and developmental conditions.
The Documenting Hope Project features two IRB-approved research studies:
- Child Health Inventory for Resilience and Prevention
- WIRB Protocol #20173049
- Facilitated Longitudinal Intensive Investigation of Genuine Health Transformation
- WIRB Protocol # 20200327
Our research program emerges from a sense of urgency to do better by our kids.
We believe that most every serious chronic health condition can be prevented and reversed by optimizing the things that interact with our bodies on a daily basis. If this hypothesis is true, we have the opportunity to profoundly impact the future of our children and of life on this planet.
Join us as we test this hypothesis and Documenting Hope for our kids and for our future.