Health & Safety

Health & Wellness

Allergy-Friendly Birthday Bashes

You are organizing your child’s birthday party. You’ve got the decorations, purchased your child’s gift, the invitations are sent out and the menu is planned. You have put a lot of thought and effort into the details when you get an RSVP saying one of your child’s friends is excited about coming, but has an allergy.


How to Help Your Anxious Child

Anxiety is an emotional state that is often most closely related to fear. It is a feeling of threat to one’s safety or well-being, even when there is no immediate danger; however, the feeling is still real. Anxiety can appear when anticipating something that feels frightening and may or may not happen in the future. Anxiety lands in-between now and the future. Most people, from children to elderlies, experience anxiety at some stage of their life, which is normal.


Making the Connection - Networking 101 for Moms

Whether you are a newly minted mom, new to your community or feeling isolated for another reason, you may wonder how to connect with other moms. Parenting in isolation without moral support is lonely and emotionally debilitating. One of the most important ways to take care of you (and by extension, your family) is to maintain a thriving social network that provides a healthy dose of physical, mental and emotional support.


Breathe Easy

One moment that can shake our security is when we discover our child has a food allergy. “It happened at night,” recounts Lara Manhas, of the scare that announced her toddler’s allergy.


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