Juvenile Arthritis: When It’s More Than Just Joint Pain. Across the United States, it’s estimated that 54 million adults have arthritis. And about 50,000 children have a pediatric form, called juvenile arthritis. While the numbers show that the malady isn’t too normal, it’s a smart thought for guardians to know about the manifestations, since adolescent … Read more Juvenile Arthritis: When It’s More Than Just Joint Pain
More than 90% of parents have never picked up their child’s backpack—or checked what was in it. So before you even start reading this, try it. Because you might be surprised at how much your child is hefting around every day. Studies have discovered that numerous children, particularly as they enter later basic or center … Read more Do You Know How Heavy Your Child’s Backpack Is?
Does Your Child Hate Shots? Here’s What You Can Do. We call it flu season. Your child might know it better as “Do I really need to get a shot?” season. Influenza season ordinarily tops December to February, yet it can begin as ahead of schedule as October and keep going insofar as May. What’s … Read more Does Your Child Hate Shots? Here’s What You Can Do
A Week of Ideas for Kid Lunches and Snacks. When you stare at those empty compartments in your child’s lunch box, do you sometimes feel like they’re taunting you, “So what are you going to put in me today?” Challenge acknowledged. We should begin with the nuts and bolts: Food types: “For lunch, I urge … Read more A Week of Ideas for Kid Lunches and Snacks