The seriousness of the childhood obesity problem in the United States should be reason enough for parents to raise kids who eat healthy foods! Children who are overweight or obese have a high risk for a wide range of health issues including hypertention, Type 2 diabetes, and sleep apnea. Fortunately, there’s . . .
Due to the COVID-19 lockdowns, parents and their children turned to smartphones, computers and televisions for entertainment, socialization and education. Many parents considered these screens as a lifeline not just for their children but for themselves, too, particularly with work-from-home arrangements. Does that sound familiar? If it is, you’re likely also . . .
Childhood obesity is a very serious yet common health problem in the US. Studies show that one in five American adolescents and children have weight problems. The staggering weight problems among children trigger a whole realm of other health issues to date. Today, helping your child lose weight has never been . . .
Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) typically have social interaction and communication issues, sensory sensitivities, and repetitive behaviors. But emphasis must be made that no two individuals with ASD have the same range of symptoms and severity. Their symptoms may also change as they become older, particularly with therapy and medication. . . .
Tooth decay... Yuck! Studies showed that 1 out of 5 toddlers have tooth decay, maybe because kids are not big on brushing their teeth! Because they love eating ice cream, candies, cakes, and cereals, toddlers must brush their teeth twice a day. Doing so prevents the development of plaque—a combination of . . .
There were almost 4 million births recorded in the US in 2018! For some women, motherhood is a special season in their life. It’s a unique role filled with challenges but just as rewarding if you’re entering this season, congratulations! Your 40-week journey starts with planning and preparation. During your . . .