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Spring is finally here, and its longer days and pleasant temperatures present the perfect opportunity to enjoy outdoor activities with your grandchildren. Here are some ideas below to bond with the youngsters in your life while encouraging healthy habits.
Want to help the whole family eat healthier in 2018? An easy way to reach your goal is to include vegetables in your meals. While it might be difficult to get your kids on board the veggie wagon at first, the following tips will help your pickiest eaters love produce.
One of the most imminent threats to the safety of children over the age of one is injury from a toy, and the influx of shiny new ones during the holidays can increase this risk. By taking a few precautions, you can significantly reduce the likelihood of your child getting hurt.
Caring for a child with asthma can be daunting. As a parent, you try to keep them from developing the condition, or remove asthma triggers if they already have it. While this often involves trips to the allergist and keeping the house clean, there are a few surprising ways you can possibly prevent and treat childhood asthma.
When a kid is bullied, the experience often leaves the child’s parents feeling emotional, discouraged and completely powerless – which fortunately isn’t the case. While you can’t keep negative experiences out of your child’s life, you do have the power to healthily handle bullying, and help your child do the same. If your child tells you that he or she has been bullied, follow these tips.
Children today are more sedentary and consume more sugar than generations before. As a result, pediatricians are treating a host of health problems at a higher frequency, including asthma, type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea and obesity. Help your kid build healthy habits that will last their lifetime by following these tips.
It’s time for most kids to head back to school –– and one thing nearly all of them will be taking with them is a backpack.
People of all ages can benefit from immunization, but it is often the vaccination of children—or lack thereof—that determines the course of preventable diseases. Because immunizations prevent an estimated two to three million deaths every year, your child’s vaccinations are small but significant steps toward a healthier world.
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