Fun Home Activities Kids Can Engage In with Parents

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Even though your kids are going back to school, you can still enjoy the rest of the summer by engaging in fun outdoor activities together. Make time in the evenings and weekends to interact with your kids and teach them to love the outdoors. This will help them stay fit and healthy, develop social skills,Read more…

Better Sleep & Natural Light Linked: Helping Kids Get Sound, Restful Nights

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If your kids are struggling to fall asleep at night, it could be down to the conditions in their bedrooms. Help your kids sleep better by making a few subtle changes, suggested by the National Sleep Foundation — best of all, you can benefit from these same techniques. Make the Room Dark Light sends aRead more…

Dangers of Sunburns: Keeping Children (and Yourself) Safe

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Sunburn is painful now and dangerous later, damaging not only the look of your skin but also increasing your risk of skin cancer. Although kids’ skin heals more quickly than adults’, children have a higher chance of suffering from a burn in the first place. Luckily, sunburn is completely preventable using the following methods, suggestedRead more…

Remember Slip! Slop! Slap!® & Wrap this Summer from the ACS

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To remind people to protect themselves from UV rays this summer, the American Cancer Society (ACS) is holding an awareness campaign based around the slogan Slip, Slop, Slap® and Wrap. Here is how you can take part to keep your family safe. Slip Slip on a shirt At the beach, slip on a dry skirt,Read more…

Tips for Helping Babies & Kids Adjust to Wearing Sunglasses

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Parents understand just how essential it is for their kids to wear sunglasses, but this can be very hard to explain to young children and infants, who may feel restricted by their shades and want to remove them. It is important not to give up! Get your kids in the habit of wearing sunglasses everyRead more…