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Kid-Friendly Recipes They Will Want to Eat

Kids love to cook! They develop a sense of independence when they are allowed to measure, pour, and mix together the ingredients of a recipe. Below are 5 simple recipes your kids can make with little or no a...
Coronavirus vs. Flu

Is it the Flu or Coronavirus?

March 16, 2020 Ochsner Health has provided a simple guide for knowing the difference between COVID-19 and the flu. Suffering from a sore throat, cough, or just feeling run down? With the recent outbreak of CO...

Discovering the Spirit of Summer

December 30, 2019 “Camp can be very loud and overwhelming for some kids, but allowing kids to talk about their day teaches them to trust themselves.” Summer camp is more than just letting kids loose for the s...

Body-Postitivity: It Starts With You

Raising kids with a healthy body image means that parents also need to take a look in the mirror. Typically, body image awareness is thought to be associated with adolescents who are entering puberty or naviga...

Can Swimming Make Your Kid Smarter?

by Erin Cohn, January 15, 2019 While many people are aware of the physical benefits of swimming, new research suggests that it can also be instrumental in early childhood brain development. Love Swimming, th...

W Sitting can cause negative effects.

By Kim Bradley W sitting is when a child sits on their bottom with their knees bent and their feet positioned outside of their hips. It’s called W sitting because when you are standing in front of them, thei...

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