Posts Tagged: wellness

Pretty biracial teenage girl is smiling and looking at the camera. She is sad or depressed and is sitting outside a public high school. Student is wearing a backpack and classmates are sitting behind her.

Tips for School Anxiety

The new school year has started. Although a new year is often an exciting time for families, school can be very stressful time of year for both parents and children. Here are some tips to help. Coping strategies for children who experience school anxiety (test, social, refusal): 1. Parents should show excitement and interest while…
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Do I need to have my bunions removed?

If you have bunions, you know they can cause discomfort while walking around. But should you have your bunions removed? The answer is: maybe not. Bunions, or hallux valgus, develop when the bone or tissue at the bottom joint of the toe shifts, causing a bony bump. They are commonly found on the base of…
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Meal planning could be the key to your health

Life can often become stressful and busy between all of your responsibilities. Let’s be real, after a long day of work, the last thing you want to do is spend the next couple of hours putting together dinner. The same can be said for getting up early to make breakfast and lunch. That is why…
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The perfect match for your baby? Breastmilk.

A mother’s breastmilk is made specifically for her baby. The components of breastmilk change as the baby grows, which is why breastmilk is a perfect match for the baby. Colostrum, or the first milk, is often called “Liquid Gold” because of its color and value to the infant. Colostrum is very high in protein and…
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