Physical Activity: Getting Kids Involved

by Manuela Di Franca I was pedaling hard on my pink bike, my face shining with joy, as I rode up and down the street enjoying the summer breeze. I felt like the luckiest girl on earth! I wanted the whole neighborhood to know that I had gotten my first [...]

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Epistaxis (Nosebleed)

The word epistaxis, which comes from the Greek and means "dripping," is used to refer to a nosebleed. Nasal bleeding is much more common in children than in adults. One in four children will have a nosebleed at some time. Those who have a bleeding disorder may require special treatment. [...]

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Hydration, Essential for the Optimal Development and Health of Children

Parents have a primary role in the education of their children; this responsibility includes health instruction. Through the encouraging and strengthening of healthful lifestyle habits, parents will give their children an invaluable gift: each child will be able to take good care of himself throughout his lifetime by adopting behaviors [...]

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Nutritional education in the first 10 years

In order to achieve this educational goal and have an impact on children, we need teamwork—among parents, schools, and health professionals. In this way knowledge, strategies, and skills will unitedly promote good eating habits in children. Several studies have demonstrated the impact that such education has had on both parents [...]

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