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Healthy School Lunch Tips

Healthy School Lunch Tips

Once kids get to a certain age, they may have more options to choose from for lunch. This transition means kids get to choose their meals for themselves. While school lunches have improved, it's still commonplace for schools to provide nutritious options alongside...

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Fun Ways to Stay Active this Winter

Fun Ways to Stay Active this Winter

Winter can bring some challenges when it comes to being active. However, being active doesn't always mean intense exercise. In fact, just going for a little walk around the block, or doing some exploring can be very beneficial. Even on days when going outdoors is...

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Tips for bringing baby home

Tips for bringing baby home

Becoming a parent can be intimidating and scary. And with so much happening before your newborn can come home, it can be hard to think ahead or remember a plan. You may have children or pets waiting at home who will also be adjusting to the new addition. You may also be overwhelmed with friends and family overly eager to visit. Don’t stress and be ready with these tips for bringing baby home.

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Sledding Safety

Sledding Safety

Going sledding is a beloved winter pastime. Sometimes it’s easy to forget that sledding can be quite hazardous and injuries are common. Continue to see our sledding safety tips and how hazards and injuries can be avoided.

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Does Winter Trigger Asthma Flare-Ups?

Does Winter Trigger Asthma Flare-Ups?

Have you noticed worsening asthma symptoms in your child? Have you found yourself wondering does winter trigger asthma flare-ups? Well, you are correct. Winter weather does trigger asthma flare-ups. But why does this happen? And how can it be avoided? We’ll review why asthma symptoms worsen in the winter and what you can do to prevent it.

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Help Kids and Teens Transition Back to School

Help Kids and Teens Transition Back to School

The long holiday break at the end of the year will disrupt the school routine. Avoid sleepless nights and extra stress with just a few adjustments before the first day.  Keep reading to see what parents can do to help kids and teens transition back to school with...

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Preparing for Snow and Ice

Preparing for Snow and Ice

Snow, ice, and frigid temperatures are three common winter hazards. Making sure your children are prepared to handle these conditions is vital to keep them safe. Oftentimes, winter weather can come all at once. Check out our suggestions for preparing for snow and ice.

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8 Ways to Fight the Flu

8 Ways to Fight the Flu

Winter brings snow, holidays, and unfortunately, flu season. Cases of flu tend to spike between the beginning of December and can last as late as May. This season is predicted to be especially tough. Get ahead by preparing your family and yourself for the flu season.

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Staying Healthy During the Holidays

Staying Healthy During the Holidays

Staying healthy during the holidays can be tough. It’s the season of great food, flu, cold weather, and darker days. Here are some tips adults, children, and teens can benefit from to stay healthy during the holidays.

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Car Seats and Coats: Know the Risks

Car Seats and Coats: Know the Risks

Winter is the time of year to bundle up. Kids and adults both need protection from the frigid temperatures outdoors. But did you know, children who wear puffy coats while in car seats are at an increased safety risk? While puffy coats are perfect for days out in the snow, they should not be worn in a car seat.

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Healthy School Lunch Tips

Healthy School Lunch Tips

Once kids get to a certain age, they may have more options to choose from for lunch. This transition means kids get to choose their meals for themselves. While school lunches have improved, it's still commonplace for schools to provide nutritious options alongside...

read more
Fun Ways to Stay Active this Winter

Fun Ways to Stay Active this Winter

Winter can bring some challenges when it comes to being active. However, being active doesn't always mean intense exercise. In fact, just going for a little walk around the block, or doing some exploring can be very beneficial. Even on days when going outdoors is...

read more
Tips for bringing baby home

Tips for bringing baby home

Becoming a parent can be intimidating and scary. And with so much happening before your newborn can come home, it can be hard to think ahead or remember a plan. You may have children or pets waiting at home who will also be adjusting to the new addition. You may also be overwhelmed with friends and family overly eager to visit. Don’t stress and be ready with these tips for bringing baby home.

read more
Sledding Safety

Sledding Safety

Going sledding is a beloved winter pastime. Sometimes it’s easy to forget that sledding can be quite hazardous and injuries are common. Continue to see our sledding safety tips and how hazards and injuries can be avoided.

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