Think Your Toddler is Too Young To Play Organized Sports? This May Change Your Mind

My son Kyle, a millennial, shared his story about growing up. He suggested that if he had participated in organized sports during his adolescence, he may have gotten into less trouble and had more confidence as a young adult. But as a mom, my focus was on keeping him healthy and active and  while I emphasized sports in general, frankly I did not focus much on the need to get him involved in organized sports.

Young Soccer Player Dies of Encephalitis. How We Can Be Proactive

There is not really any information on how Stanton got encephalitis. According to one report, he started experiencing severe headaches. From there, things really took a turn for the worse. He was taken to the hospital where they confirmed that he had an infection in his brain. He eventually fell into a coma, and doctors confirmed he had some brain damage. His sister said that doctors gave him a 40 percent chance of waking up from the coma.

Having a Child With Epilepsy Can Be Very Scary, But CBD May Be Able to Help

I recently came across a story of a little boy named Haiden Day. As a baby, Haiden was diagnosed with a disease which many of us may not have heard about - Dravet syndrome. This is a rare but severe form of epilepsy which begins in the first year of life. Epilepsy is a general term used for a brain disorder that causes seizures.

Study Shows Children with Siblings Tend to Live in Healthier Households.

I hear young couples who plan to have families say this all the time: We have to have more than one kid. I want my kids to have a sibling so that they always have someone around to play with.

Why You Should Really Root For Your Child to Play Sports

My son Kyle, a millennial, shared his story about growing up and how if he had played more organized sports during his adolescence, he may have gotten into less trouble and had more confidence.

Yes, Halloween Can Be Fun & Healthy

It’s that time of year again for witches, goblins, pumpkin spice and trick-or-treat. It’s also the time of year candy and confectionery companies try to outdo each other with their own versions of a sugar bomb to tempt our kids and frustrate our efforts to keep them on a healthy diet.

Family Mealtime May Be Just What We Need to Combat Childhood Obesity

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. And for many, the big sitdown family meal is not exactly what they are looking forward to due to issues such as odd family dynamics and tensions between certain family members.

You Don’t Have to Be a Firefighter to Be Proactive About Wildfires

There are so many things I love about living in California: the beaches, the hiking trails, the farmers’ markets, the sunny weather, just to name a few. But there is one major downside to living in the golden state - wildfires.

Man Killed By Brain-Eating Amoeba. Learn How You Can Be Proactive

It sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie…A brain-eating amoeba enters the body of its victim through the nose. And once the amoeba makes its way in, the victim has little chance of survival.

Learn How You Can Be Proactive About Heat Stroke

In recent and tragic news, Mitch Petrus, a former N.Y. Giants player died of heat stroke. He was only 32-years-old. Reportedly, Petrus was working outside at his family’s towing business shop in Arkansas, where the temperature reached 92 degrees with a heat index of 103 degrees.

Child Gets Sepsis After Minor Fall. Learn How You Can Be Proactive

Kids fall down and get bumps, scrapes and bruises all the time. And it’s usually no big deal. But one mother in the United Kingdom recently had the scare of her life when her eight-year-old son developed sepsis after what seemed like a harmless fall at the zoo.

There’s a Measles Outbreak, and it’s Hurting Our Children. Learn How You Can Be Proactive

There is an increase in the outbreak of measles in the United States. Measles is a virus and reportedly one of the most contagious of all infectious diseases. It is considered the most deadly of all childhood rash/fever illnesses and spreads just like the flu and whooping cough, through tiny droplets when infected people cough, sneeze, or talk. You can get the virus from touching a surface with these droplets or coming into contact with someone who has the virus.

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