Allergies or the Cold: How to Tell the Difference

Spring is a season of exploring the world outside with our children — flying a kite, swinging together at the park, splashing in rain puddles.…

Helping Your Child Develop Healthy Sleep Habits

There’s nothing quite like parenthood to remind us that sleep is a beautiful thing. Whether we never seem to get enough or our children resist…

Snacktivity: Spooky Treats

Late October is a beloved time of year for many children. Who doesn’t love getting dressed up as their favorite character or superhero and then…

Is It a Cold, or Is It the Flu?

Each year as the school year hits full swing, we enter what is commonly referred to as cold and flu season. And each year, one…

Physical Challenge: Parent and Child Exercise Ideas

Whether you’re an infant or an adult, regular exercise is one of the key ingredients to developing physical skills.  Participating in and enjoying physical activities…

6 Questions About Food Allergies, Answered by a Dietitian

From physical reactions to dietary management, the thought of food allergies can be frightening for parents of potentially affected children. There’s a great deal of…

How Working Parents Can Stay Connected During the Summer

Quality time can be tough to come by (but not impossible). Try these five tips to strike a balance during the warm-weather months.

Snacktivity: Red, White and Blue Popsicles

Beat the heat this holiday with a healthy (and patriotic) frozen treat that kids can help assemble.
Mother putting sunscreen on a young girl’s nose

Summer Skin Care Tips For Your Child

Taking simple precautions can help make fun in the sun safer for your family. Here are 6 safety tips to keep in mind.
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