Children’s Sports Eye Safety

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As we enter the final week of Children’s Eye Healthy and Safety Month we want to leave you with some helpful tips regarding you child’s eye safety while playing sports. It’s important to remember eye safety during physical activity because eye injuries are the leading source of blindness in school-aged children, with the majority ofRead more…

Built In Eye Protection

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To increase awareness about National Eye Healthy and Safety Month this week’s fact will be on the human body’s eye protection. Everyone is aware of the facial features around their child’s eyes and their own, but do you really know what their purpose is? The idea probably never crossed your mind that your body actuallyRead more…

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

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It’s the beginning of fall and there is so much going on already. It’s Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month, Better Breakfast Month and Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The purpose of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is to shed light on childhood cancer and survivorship issues. CureSearch advocates childhood cancer throughout the year by sponsoring theRead more…

The Perks of Daycare

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You’ve sent your “big” kids back to school, but what about your toddler? Are you skeptical about sending your child to daycare after being at home with you everyday for so long? Although it can be a little scary at first as most new things are, there are some perks to sending your child toRead more…

Starting Your Kids’ Day with Breakfast

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It may seem like common sense that you would kick start your child’s day with breakfast, but with today’s busy schedules children often go without the most important meal of the day. It is important for your child to eat breakfast every morning to provide energy throughout the day and keep them healthy overall. NotRead more…