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Staying Healthy at Back-to-School Time

Aug 01, 2014 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Healthy Kids

When kids go back to school, it often isn’t long before the first sniffles and colds arrive. Parents can’t stop their kids from getting sick, but there’s plenty they can do to help them stay healthy, and if ... Read more
Livia McCoy
Foster Your Child's Emotional Health

Jul 15, 2014 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Social and Emotional Development, Livia McCoy, Healthy Kids

One of the signs of emotional health is being aware of emotions and understanding what they mean. Teens need to be aware of the emotions they are feeling as well as the emotions of others. Unfortunately, many in our society d... Read more
Livia McCoy
Help Your Kids Cope With Stress in Healthy Ways

Jul 08, 2014 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Teenagers, Social and Emotional Development, Livia McCoy, Healthy Kids

Tim Elmore, an expert on growing leadership in today’s youth, recently wrote, “…students who are emotionally fragile often struggle with addictive behavior…[a]ddictions [that] often begin as coping m... Read more
Connie McCarthy
More Healthy Play for Summer Learning and Fun

Jun 04, 2014 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Summer Learning, Social and Emotional Development, Healthy Kids, Connie McCarthy

Summer is the time to have fun while learning! Here are three more healthy play activities to build a child’s coordination and body control, as well as enhance gross- and fine-motor skills.Walking the line You’ll ... Read more
Craig Bystrynski
Fight Colds and Flu With Natural Remedies This Winter

Feb 13, 2014 - Posted by Craig Bystrynski in Healthy Kids

It’s been a challenging winter with record-breaking low temperatures and plenty of snow. Right about now, most families are wishing for spring—and the last thing they need is a cold or the flu invading their home.... Read more
Connie McCarthy
New Year’s Resolutions for Kids

Dec 31, 2013 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Social and Emotional Development, Kids Learning, Healthy Kids, Connie McCarthy

At the start of a new year, adults often take time to reflect and think about positive changes they want to make in their lives. This is a wonderful time for children to do the same. Here is a list of 10 simple resolutions th... Read more
SchoolFamily
Start a Conversation About Medicine Abuse With Your Kids

Oct 29, 2013 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Teenagers, Healthy Kids

October is National Medicine Abuse Month, a good reminder for parents to consider the possibility that their teens might experiment with over-the-counter medicines. It’s also worth having a discussion with your child, e... Read more
SchoolFamily
From Triaminic: Knowing When a Sick Day Is Needed

Sep 17, 2013 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Healthy Kids

Chances are your child will stay out of school because of illness at some point during this school year. Often parents aren’t sure when to make that call. Many of us have been there: Is my daughter sick or does she just... Read more
SchoolFamily
Staying Healthy at Back-to-School Time

Aug 20, 2013 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Healthy Kids

When kids go back to school, it often isn’t long before the first sniffles and colds arrive. Parents can’t stop their kids from getting sick, but there’s plenty they can do to help them stay healthy, and, if... Read more
Livia McCoy
Unscheduled Time—Does Your Child Get Enough?

Aug 15, 2013 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Livia McCoy, Healthy Kids, Back to School

One of my favorite things in life is watching my grandson play. He doesn’t need toys, although he does like them. He sometimes picks up a stick and one moment it’s an airplane. Then it becomes a car, then a train,... Read more