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The American Heart Association notes that physical inactivity "is a major risk factor" for developing heart disease. It is recommended that children get at least sixty minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each day. Parents can be positive role models by staying active and providing opportunities for the whole family to get exercise.

Some of these activities include walking, running, jumping rope, swimming and bicycling.

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The cold weather can be brutal on our skin, the largest organ of the body. Winter months bring low temperatures, low humidity and harsh winds. The skin loses water in this type of environment causing dry, itchy, cracked skin, chapped lips and sometimes nosebleeds. The following are ways that we can combat this…

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Getting enough sleep is important for learning!

Not getting enough sleep or having sleep difficulties can:

  • Limit your ability to learn, listen, concentrate and solve problems. You may even forget important information like names, numbers, or your homework.
  • Lead to aggressive or inappropriate behavior such as yelling at your friends or being impatient with your teachers or family members;
  • Contribute to illness.
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According to it is a great idea.

"The flu vaccine is, indeed, a good idea for families. The flu shot does not cause the flu and it keeps kids and parents from getting sick. Getting the flu is worse than having a cold and can make a person sick for a week or more.


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