Spring sports are here, and as we ease back into some semblance of normalcy, I’ve been out with my children, witnessing children’s interactions and eating habits first hand.
Why is childhood obesity so high and increasing? Researchers sometimes say it is due to lack of exercise or too much junk food, but obesity is a more complex health issue.
But chronic stress goes far beyond depression, manifesting in many signs. You might get a pounding headache, have digestive issues, become overly sensitive to criticism, or become angry.
By adolescence, kids may clock in up to 11 hours of total screen time every day. Most of that time, they sit in a slumped position or a way that doesn’t properly support the spine.
Whether you use Q-tips, straws or pasta, this skeleton craft is a fun and easy way to help younger kids discover their bones! As an added bonus, check out this recipe for the “Skeleton & Brain Dip”