The glorious days of summer are upon us; time for road trips to the lake, the mountains and plenty of outdoor fun. Along with this comes the inevitable risk of sunburn, bug bites, tummy troubles and bumps ‘n bruises. Some common-sense basics for prevention along with a handful of natural products for care and you’re set to keep your family enjoying the summer.
There’s nothing more beautiful and peaceful than a sleeping baby, and babies spend a lot of their time sleeping. That’s why it’s important to follow safe sleep practices to help lower the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep-related injuries and deaths in your baby’s first year.
As the weather starts to warm up and children start spending more time outside, now is a good time to have a discussion about safe interactions with strangers. Although we know that Calgary is a very safe place to live, it’s still important to keep in mind the dangers that can exist in our communities, however rare they may be.
You stocked up on sunscreen, doled out sunglasses and floppy sunhats, and managed to coat your kids in gooey white SPF 30 before hitting the local swimming hole. But they still came home looking like lobsters, moaning and groaning over their painful sunburns. What gives?
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