Health & Safety

Quick Safety Tips

As uncomfortable as it is, parents should think in advance about the unthinkable. We won’t dwell on this, but do
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Education and Information – your best defense!

Safety is such an important and often overlooked area of our job, probably because it’s uncomfortable to think about. Here
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Cracking the Teen Sexting Code

Hot topic for sure from the title alone.  Amy Williams, a social worker who specializes in teen behavioral health, developed
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Part 2 – Tech Tips from Screenagers

        As a follow-up to my recent post about the new Screenagers documentary, I asked the film
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Screenagers Tackles “Growing Up in the Digital Age”

              Screenagers, a recently released documentary, is sharing its voice about teens and tech
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Can Healthy Teeth Lead to Healthy Bodies?

                One author is drawing a connection between oral health and overall health. 
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Concussion Prevention: 10 Questions to Ask Youth Sports Coaches

The Concussion movie recently released may raise concerns about head safety in children who play contact sports.  We want our
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Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving

              Every 52 minutes in America, someone is killed in a drunk driving crash.
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Health Tips for Parents

Even though we’re beyond back-to-school season, colder temperatures bring cold & flu season, so it’s timely to talk about healthy
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How to Avoid Overbooking Your Kids

Overbooked?  Guilty here…We absolutely live a frenetic life with 3 boys, sports, activities, and oh yea, school!  It all adds
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National Poison Prevention Week Tips Regarding Laundry Packets

In 2014, the American Association of Poison Control Centers received reports of more than 11,000 accidental exposures to laundry packets
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National Bullying Prevention Month Inspired Lessons for Kids

                  October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and while this anti-bullying book
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