Be Safe Around Water but Still Have Fun

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There is no better way to cool off during the summer than to swim or play in water. Unfortunately, water can be dangerous — it is the top cause of injury-related deaths in children between the ages of 1 and 4, reports Safe Kids Worldwide. Whether you are at a lake, the beach, or evenRead more…

Recommended SPF & Sunscreen Advice for Parents of Babies

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Parents know that the sun can be damaging to their babies’ skin and eyes, and they try to keep infants out of direct sunlight whenever possible. However, as kids learn to crawl and walk, they may wander out of the shade, making it necessary to take extra precautions such as using sunscreen. As infants’ delicateRead more…

Teaching Kids & Young Adults Healthy Living Habits

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Kids are very impressionable and often learn habits that they will retain for the rest of their life at a young age. By encouraging kids to take responsibility for their health, you can ensure that they will live a healthy lifestyle as adults. The following are a few ideas to teach your kids to liveRead more…

What Happens During a Baby’s First Eye Exam?

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If you are a first time parent, you may feel a bit confused when you hear that babies need their first eye exam at 6 months. As you know from your own experience, you need to be able to speak to tell your optometrist what you are able to see. How does this work forRead more…

Colorful, Healthy Spring Foods Excellent for Eyes

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A wide range of colors in your meals does much more than make your plate look attractive; it also means you are consuming several natural pigments, some of which have significant benefits for eye health. With spring bringing numerous new fruits and vegetables into season, try to include some of these colorful foods great forRead more…