More than any other time in history, children today have access to a plethora of electronic devices that are designed to communicate with others, access the internet and are geared towards entertainment. Most children are satisfied with staying indoors and playing games on their computers or chatting on the internet than going outdoors and doing anything physical. Unfortunately, studies have shown that technology is partly to blame for the lack of physical activity in children today. Continue reading
Television, once touted as “the ideal babysitter,” often gets a bad name from parents and healthcare professionals alike due to the fact that so much of what’s on TV can be corruptive to kids. Continue reading
Good food for kids is crucial for physical and mental development. Below are some nutrition and health tips to keep your childrens health in tip top shape. Continue reading
Every day, we are exposed to indoor and outdoor toxins. Many want to reduce their exposure, especially when it comes to their childrens health and raising their family.
Whether you are thinking of starting a family or in the process of raising your kids, it’s important to know what you can do to protect your loved ones against harmful toxins. Since development begins in the womb, even unborn children exposed to such toxins are subject to lifelong affects on mental development, cognitive thinking and learning. Protect your childrens health by removing harmful chemicals and toxic substances that can cause health risks to kids health and healthcare by using these household tips. Continue reading
Thanks to the convenience and marketing appeal of junk food, electronics and social media temptations, our children are not getting the nutrition and exercise needed for healthy minds and strong bodies. Many health organizations have responded by providing websites for children that are filled with educational games, videos, music, puzzles, and interactive activities. Continue reading
The eyes are said to be windows to the soul, but a new study suggests they may also provide a glimpse into a kids future risk. Continue reading