The Benefits of Starting Your Child’s Yoga Practice
While it’s often thought of as an adult wellness activity, kids can realize the same health benefits by discovering their inner “yogi.” Why not start them early?
A Better Barbecue: 10 Tips to Grilling Healthier Meals
If you’d like to fire up the grill this spring and enjoy some hearty barbecue dishes without compromising your diet, we’ve got you covered.
Mindfulness-Based Techniques to Calm Kids’ Anxiety
About 7% of U.S. children between age 3 and 17 have diagnosed anxiety. Rates are rising, but mindfulness-based coping techniques can help.
Simple Tips for Getting Your Kids Reading Ready for School
If you feel like your kids were in the “summer slump” when it came to reading, here are tips to get them on track this school year.
Squeeze the Last Bit of Summer Fun with These 5 Weekend Trips
Feel like the opportunity for summer adventure is passing you by? Here’s how to squeeze the last bit of fun out of the season.
How to Help Your Child Make Healthy Eating Choices at School
How can you help kids make healthy choices when they buy lunch? It’s important to educate children on nutrition and how to make healthy decisions on their own.
Immunization 101: The vaccines your child needs to stay healthy
August is National Immunization Awareness Month and we’re reminding parents about the immunizations that their kids need to stay healthy.
Keep Ticks Away: New Apps to Keep Those Tiny Bugs at Bay
Hikers, campers and people working in their yards are reporting a tick explosion this summer. New apps can help keep these tiny bugs at bay.
Great Lakes Beach Safety: What to Know Before You Go
Michigan’s biggest lakes are fun, beautiful – and dangerous. Here’s what to know about Great Lakes beach safety before you enter the water.
Four Ways to Make Your House Safer for Children and Pets
Small hands and paws can get into a lot of things that aren’t good for them. Here’s how to make your home a safer place for kids and pets.
Why Protecting Your ‘Melon’ Is Important When Sledding, Skiing
Each year, thousands of kids are taken to the ER with winter sports-related injuries. Wearing a helmet could help prevent many of those.
How to Check Your Gifts for Potential Dangers to Babies or Toddlers
Sometimes, holiday presents can unintentionally lead to dangerous situations and choking hazards for very young children. Here’s how to avoid this situation.