Lice. Just reading the word can send shivers down a parent’s spine. However, lice infestations in children are relatively common. According to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, between 6 million and 12 million American children between the ages of 3 and 11 get head lice …Read More »
You’re Vaccinated, But Your Kids Aren’t. Now What?
Since the COVID-19 vaccine rollout began in December 2020, health experts have touted the shots as a pathway back to normal life. While it will take months for the United States to reach herd immunity, many fully vaccinated adults are dining indoors, gathering with friends and making plans to travel …Read More »
Debunking 5 Sleep Myths
We all know that getting enough sleep at night is vital to our health, but many parents find it difficult putting this knowledge into practice. Misconceptions about this important topic abound. With Daylight Saving Time right around the corner, it’s time to separate sleep myths from facts. 1. Falling asleep …Read More »
Post-Holiday Recovery: 6 Ways to Restore Your Energy
Now that the holiday frenzy is coming to a close, the couch is calling. Netflix marathons are second to none and the surplus of candy, cookies, cakes and confections is hard to resist. Like bears deep in hibernation, we wait for sunny days to call us out of our winter …Read More »