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On Tue, Oct 22 19
Growth Charts - Reading Beyond Average Height
Initially growth charts were developed for pediatricians. If you have ever found these a little daunting, you are not alone! In fact a study in 2009 showed that up to 77% of surveyed parents interpreted incorrectly the charts containing height and weight. 
On Fri, May 24 19
Light Therapy – Why you need to be using LED for light therapy

It doesn’t matter what kind of light therapy you are doing whether it is for back pain, insomnia, skin problems, hair loss, weight loss there are thousands of studies out there that show light does have a tremendous power to impact our bodies. We are not here today to discuss a particular type of light therapy and benefits of treatments such as red light therapy, but instead why you need to be choosing LED’s over any other lighting source.

  1. Wavelengths are Key

Wavelengths of light are what determines what color we see. In the visual range, the human...

On Sun, Feb 25 18
Fear of the Dark, What You Can Do
In today’s post we are going to address fears that relate to bedtime. If your child does not want to sleep alone or with the light off then we have some suggestions to help you get through this stage of development as quickly as possible, with a minimum amount of drama. If your child starts to express they are afraid to sleep alone, the first thing you need to do is identify the cause of the fear. Helping your child to name the fear is the first step to overcoming it.
On Fri, Feb 22 19
Raising Independent Children – How to Foster More Independence and Responsibility in Your Child
Raising Independent Children doesn’t have to be hard, just a bit of awareness. Let your independent child reward you with a little extra time for yourself starting today!
On Mon, Feb 18 19
Healthy Habits for Kids - The Importance of Hand Washing

The CDC Conducted a study on how proper hand washing impacts children. You will be shocked to know their findings.

On Sun, Dec 10 17
Healthy Eating Tips for an Energy Boost and Improved Sleep

Countless studies show the impact that food has on our bodies and how we feel.  Every nutrient that we consume has some impact on our some part of our body and our mental or physical well-being. This holiday season have a diet plan that that revolves around healthy meals. With the following tips, you can expect to improve your families energy levels and also sleep quality.

You may be buried in things to do for the holidays, but keep in mind that sleep is one of the most important things that you can do for your body. Lack of sleep not only releases hormones that make us want to eat more not so healthy choices, but it also slows down our metabolism so we aren't burning off those holiday pounds!