Managing Childhood Allergies
Your child’s immune system works overtime to protect her from disease. It produces antibodies that attack foreign invaders like germs and pathogens so your child won’t get sick. Sometimes, though, the immune system makes antibodies for substances that aren’t harmful, such as pollen, pet dander or certain foods. When that happens, it’s known as an allergic reaction. Allergies are very common in children. Continue reading
Can Children Get Shingles?
Shingles, as well as the once-common childhood illness chickenpox, are both caused by the varicella (or herpes) zoster virus. Prior to the invention of the chickenpox vaccine, nearly everyone developed chickenpox, usually during childhood. This put everyone – including children – at risk for shingles, a skin rash caused by viral infection of the nerves just below the skin. Continue reading
Spring Fling Lemonade Recipe
Here is a refreshing drink that will quench your thirst. Continue reading
Parenting Tips and Tricks
In today’s world, many parents are stressed either due to family or work pressure. It is observed that knowingly or unknowingly, many parents behave in an erratic manner. They create a suffocating environment for the children and family. Although such parents have intentions to give a world of happiness to their off springs, but due to their personal frustration they push their family life into a mire.
First of all, we have to understand that being a parent is a blessing. Many couples are living a miserable life because they are not blessed with this gift of God. Another most important aspect is that a mother and a father both as a parent has a responsibility to raise a child in a healthy and happy atmosphere. Parents have to gift their children sweet memories for a secure and prosperous future. Continue reading
Eco-Friendly DIY Kids Crafts
Do you find yourself looking for activities for your kids to do at home? It’s Spring, the perfect time to get outside, get active and get creative with your children. With that in mind, read on to learn more about some eco-friendly craft project ideas. Continue reading
Is it allergies or COVID‑19?
Spring is here and so is spring pollen. Learn how to tell if your child’s sniffle and sore throat is allergy-related or if it could be a sign of COVID‑19. Continue reading
Is Your Garden Ready for Spring?-Give it a New Look
Your garden is likely one of the things you cherish about your home. It is a great place to relax, to feel like you have accomplished something after you work in it, and to be able to see the lovely flowers bloom when it is time. Getting your garden ready for spring can be time consuming, but also worth all the time you spend on it. Continue reading
Staying organized is an ongoing effort, but it is one that is worth it. Getting and staying organized at home has many benefits including more space for living and doing the things you enjoy, time saved in hunting for lost items and less money spent on replacing items you can’t find amongst the clutter. It can even have health benefits, namely, cutting down on stress and anxiety. Continue reading
Motivate Your Child to Exercise Tips
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , children should get one hour of exercise each day. “Exercise is at the forefront of physical health,” says Performance Manager Josh Adams, M.S., C.S.C.S., Children’s Health℠ Andrews Institute Sports Performance powered by EXOS. “Exercise helps children strengthen growing muscles and bones and is part of a healthy lifestyle, combined with quality nutrition and adequate sleep.” Continue reading