While childhood obesity was already a problem in the United States and especially in our community, the pandemic and isolation have made the outlook even more alarming.
Who to turn to, how to take care of yourself and what to do when expecting a baby.
The month of August marks Breastfeeding Awareness Month, a campaign funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services which hopes to empower women to commit to breastfeeding. It is important to know the benefits.
Dialogue and information: the keys to preventing teenage pregnancy.
It's up to parents to recognize depression and get their children the right care. If allowed to continue, depression will linger. Your child isn’t alone: 3 out of 100 kids between the age of 3 and 17 are diagnosed with depression.
Changes in children’s moods should be considered. Even the youngest ones may experience the same feelings as adults, and this is how you can help them.
Your children have finished school and require much more of your attention. They stay at home, and you may feel you’re running out of resources to keep them happy and amused. Try these tips and find some peace -and joy- for yourself.