20 Mar

Six Scary Cartoons That Your Kids Should Not Watch Alone

You know what it’s like; you watch a scary film on your own and then you are unable to sleep. You think that there are monsters in your room and you worrythat your house has suddenly become haunted. Well, you wouldn’t want to putyour children through this torture would you? There are some …

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7 Dec

Spice Up Your Holidays!

Cinnamon, cloves, ginger, nutmeg.  Sound familiar?  These spices seem to pop up around this time of the year, but have you ever wondered, “Are these spices even good for you?”  The answer is YES!  Take a look at these links …

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2 Dec

3 Digestive Basics for Optimal Health

We are pleased to have Dr. Heather Manley join us again today for another special guest blog!  Learn more about your child’s digestion system and have fun doing it with her app Human Body Detectives: The Lucky Escape which is …

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15 Nov

Feeding Your Kids’ Immune System: Make your Job as a Parent much Easier

Today we have a very special guest writing for our blog.  Dr. Heather Manley is our friend who promotes wellness for kids on the Human Body Detectives, a series of adventure stories about specific body systems and their nutritional needs …

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9 Nov

Make your kids a Yogi!

Have you heard?  Yoga has become the biggest trend in the world of childhood fitness!  More schools are incorporating yoga into their physical education curriculum to help children focus and get in tune with their bodies.  Honestly, I didn’t know …

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20 Oct

How Exercise Affects a Child

  When an adult thinks of exercise, they think of going to the gym or working out. For a child, exercise can be many things. Exercise can be running, jumping, dancing, skipping, physical education at school, playing tag, doing monkey …

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4 Oct

Five Ways to Get Involved; They’ll Thank You Later

Let’s face it, we’re all busy parents.  We work, clean the house, walk the dog, and try and save an hour for ourselves.  As parents, our job is to mold our kid’s impressionable minds, distinguishing right from wrong and good from …

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2 Oct

Cartoon Characters: Higher Authority Than Parents?

  Do your children drop everything for Dora the Explorer and Shrek, but won’t listen to a word you say? These lovable characters influence the games kids play, the toys they buy, clothing they wear, and even their bed sheets. …

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