Sending kids back to school in the middle of COVID-19 surges can seem terrifying. Here are a few tips to keep children healthy and safe.
Tagged: Children’s Health
Does the delta variant of the coronavirus pose a serious health risk to unvaccinated children? Here’s what parents need to know.
Halloween’s going to be different this year, but you can still celebrate safely and ghoulishly to avoid coronavirus spread and infection.
What woman consumes during pregnancy provides nourishment for the baby. All mothers-to-be should eat these pregnancy power foods.
Is your child confused about masks? Do they need to wear one as they head back to school? Here’s how to explain masks to children.
Looking for an all-natural diaper rash remedy that won’t harm your child’s skin? This herbal salve can help to safely get rid of that uncomfortable rash.
The summer of 2020 will look a whole lot different from previous summers. Thanks to COVID-19, you can forget about your kids frolicking in the dirt or pool with friends. A new rulebook is necessary for parents...
As a parent, it is easy to neglect your own mental health. You give your child almost 100% of your undivided attention and effort, which can take a toll, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Working from home...
For World Autism Awareness Day, we are exploring how changing diet to improve gut bacteria may benefit children with autism.
Obesity has been linked to increased risk of diabetes, liver disease, heart disease, & multiple cancers. Learn how to prevent obesity here.
Lemonade is a beautiful summer beverage, but National Lemonade Day is about something much more. See what it’s all about!
Don’t let other people dictate your health in the upcoming school year. Take action and set healthy habits to keep the family healthy.
In hopes of improving student health and having a positive environmental impact, New York City public schools will enforce Meatless Mondays.
Eating salads can help you fulfill your leafy green intake. Using these tips, you can learn how to grow up and include salads in your diet.
We entrust our children to teachers every day and they help to shape who they are. Give teachers the thanks they deserve for National Teacher Day.
The processed ingredients in baby formula can lead to an increased risk of heart disease and diabetes. Find out why breast milk is the best milk.
September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. Learn how your children can have a healthier future by following these steps.
Flu season is approaching and if you are going to get a flu shot, you may want to read this to see if it can actually prevent you from viruses.
There’s nothing worse than shoving a bunch of random food in a bag and calling it lunch. Make these snacks ahead of time for healthy lunches.
Are you trying to guide your child in a healthy direction? Teaching them how to eat real food can be a challenge, so use these tips to help.