“More than half of U.S. children have at least one diagnosed serious chronic health condition. This is an epidemic of historic proportions.”
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About the Project
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.
Documenting Hope uses the tools of science and the power of media to document the impact of “Total Load” and explore how a community-based comprehensive collaborative care process can result in better health outcomes. By documenting both problems and solutions, we aim to inspire and guide new approaches to prevention and reversal of childhood health and developmental conditions.
The Success Stories we have documented lead us to believe that symptoms of many chronic health conditions can be greatly improved, or even prevented or reversed, by optimizing the influences on our bodies on a daily basis. With our research we intend to document and support the rationality and integrity of this belief. We are committed to profoundly impacting the future of children and of life on this planet.
Join us as we Document Hope for our kids and for our future.
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.