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Halloween costume safety
The scariest part of Halloween isn’t the looming monsters or impending cavities – its making sure your child comes home safely. To help ensure a fun and safe holiday, here are a few tips and tricks to making sure your child’s costume is safe.
Fight the Flu
The flu can be a very serious disease. In fact, the flu can hospitalize up to several hundred thousand people in the United States per year. But by following a few simple suggestions, you can help fight the spread of this disease.
Five signs your child may need glasses
Children often will not voice concern if they can’t see because, for many, this is how their vision has always been and they have nothing to compare it to. Here are some behaviors that suggest your child may need glasses.
The water can be lots of fun, it can also have several safety risks, especially for young children or weak swimmers. Here are 10 tips to keep you swimming safely!
Caring for grieving children - FAQ and guidelines
The loss of a loved one is never easy to discuss, especially with a child. Parents and caregivers have to take on the task of explaining death and loss to a child in a way that they can understand.
How sick is too sick for school?
Most parents ponder the question of "is my child too sick for school" several times a year. This article can give you a better idea of what the signs are too keep your child home or if a trip to the doctor is needed.
Toy-related injury prevention
Not all toys are safe for all children of different ages, know how to keep children safe around toys and toy products with these helpful tips.
September is childhood cancer awareness month
Families, caregivers, charities and research groups across the United States observe September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Helping with homework
Homework can be tough for any child, including their parents. Use these homework strategies to relieve the stress and headaches that can come with doing homework.
When to call your pediatrician
Every parent dreads the times when their child is sick, but do you know when it's time to take them to the doctor? These common ailments and symptoms will provide an insight on when it's time to call the doctor.
Playground safety during summer months
Neighborhood playgrounds are popular summer destinations for children, but parents should take caution when their children play on the equipment.
Preparing for back-to-school
It’s hard to believe it’s already time to start thinking about back-to-school. This can be an exciting, yet nerve-wracking time. Fortunately, there are a few steps parents can take to make back-to-school a positive and stress-free experience for their kids.
Wobbling 1-year olds
Monitoring your child's growth, especially during their first year, can make sure that they are developing on the right path and that any concerns are taking care of at the start.
Bike Season Reminder: Bike Helmets and Rules of the Road
Reducing the risk of head injury in half can be done by simply wearing a helmet while bike riding. To make sure that your child gets in the habit of wearing a helmet, set an example by wearing one too.
Why Vaccines are Important for your Child
Vaccines are beneficial for not just your child's health, but for the general public's health. Vaccinations help prevent deadly diseases from spreading.
How to Treat Fevers in Infants and Children
A fever usually means that the body is trying to fight of a viral infection. Treating a fever in an infant or child is done differently due to the development of the immune system
Helping Your Children Establish Positive Morning Routines
Setting your child up for success later in life can start with establishing positive morning routines. Parents can feel confident knowing their children will have the skills needed to be responsible when they move out or go off to school away from home.
Practice Sun Safety This Summer
As parents, we need to make sure fun in the sun is safely done. Here are some easy, sun-smart tips for safe family play all summer long!
Stay Safe This Summer
With summer in full swing, it’s a good time for a quick refresher course on summer safety.
Green Bay Parks Prescription Program
Prevea Health, Wello and The City of Green Bay partnered to create a parks prescription (rx) program called Green Bay Parks Rx — a local, clinically-based effort to encourage balanced, healthy lifestyles and help prevent obesity in kids.
Toddler Tummies: What do I feed you now?
When the days of formula and breast milk have ended, it can sometimes be a challenge to know if your toddler is getting the nutrition he or she needs.
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