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Times continue to rapidly change with new information daily about the Covid-19 virus. Face coverings for children are now being recommended. Wearing cloth face coverings reduces the chance of transmitting the virus through the spray of spit or respiratory droplets which happens when someone sneezes or coughs and are within 6 feet of you. It […]
Valentine’s Day is for Family too! Valentine’s Day is a holiday centered around love, happiness and sweets! Although most people may not initially think of family when it comes to Valentine’s Day, there are several family-oriented activities that make Feb. 14 more than a day for lovebirds. Baking Baking and bonding go hand-in-hand. Valentine’s Day […]
Fireworks and Safety When handled properly, fireworks can create dazzling displays that are fun for the whole family. Careless behavior can, however, result in life-altering injuries. In just one year, fireworks cause more than 9,000 reported injuries in the U.S. Here’s a guide of firework safety tips to help ensure your holiday or celebration remains […]
Five ways to introduce nutritious food to children. A challenge parents often face is preparing meals the entire family will enjoy. Many children are picky eaters, so cooking food that is delicious and nourishing can be difficult. Check out these tips on how to help your children expand their palate and practice healthy eating habits. […]
Get moving to make changes in overall health EXERCISE AND YOUR WELLBEING: In recognition of Mental Health Month (May), we’ve introduced some topics about physical and mental wellbeing. After all, our overall health has a big impact on our ability to care for our children. Today’s focus is Exercise and Your Wellbeing. Just like diet […]
Small Changes Create Gains for Overall Health and Well-being MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH, and this year Mental Health America’s theme (4Mind4Body) focuses on small changes – both physically and mentally – to create gains for our overall health and wellbeing. No matter your state of wellbeing, all of us could benefit from small positive […]
Although it is often difficult for parents of children under the age of five to accept, doctors now know it is possible for very young children to suffer from depression. Oftentimes, children who are depressed are thought to be shy, distant, lazy, stubborn, or defiant. Every child has a bad day and is sad or […]