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Keeping kids healthy and in school is always high on a parent’s priority list. But sometimes, parents have questions about how to promote healthy lifestyles and when to keep kids home from school. We bet you have a few health and wellness questions or concerns of your own that need answeri...

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Get Your Family Health & Wellness Questions Answered, Live by a Pediatrician!

Posted by: SchoolFamily on Nov 15, 2010 in Nutrition, Health and Fitness


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Keeping kids healthy and in school is always high on a parent’s priority list. But sometimes, parents have questions about how to promote healthy lifestyles and when to keep kids home from school. We bet you have a few health and wellness questions or concerns of your own that need answering, which is why we’d like to invite you to join Dr. Jana for a live video chat this Wednesday, November 17th from 1 – 1:30pm EST on our Healthy School Kids page.

Dr. Jana is a pediatrician, mother of three, Lysol®* in-house health expert, and health communicator. She is well recognized nationally for her ongoing efforts to promote healthy lifestyles for children and offers credible, practical parenting advice.

Post your questions for Dr. Jana below in our comments section, ahead of time, or tune in to our Healthy School Kids page on Wednesday and ask her live! 1pm ET/12pm CT/10am PTF

 

* Lysol is a sponsor of the Healthy School Kids program.

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  1. Posted by - Laurie on Nov. 17, 2010

    What is the best way to boost my kid's immune system?
  2. Posted by - Brooke on Nov. 16, 2010

    My kindergartener is a thumbsucker - can I still give her anti-bacterial hand gel?
  3. Posted by - Penny Lahey on Nov. 16, 2010

    Our school has a health policy of not sending kids to school within 24 hours of having a fever… but no one follows this guideline and it seems like the germs keep going around. Realistically, what are the best things our school can do cut down on germs being spread?
  4. Posted by - Ann on Nov. 16, 2010

    I have had to keep my daughter home from school 2x already this school year because of Strep throat. Besides handwashing is there anything more we can do to prevent her from catching this again? Why are some kids more susceptible to strep than others?

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