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Can We Help Kids Kick the Sick?

May 7, 2024 No Comments

Can We Improve our Child’s Resilience? Can We “Kick the Sick?” As seasons shift, parents often encounter a frustrating pattern: their children grappling with frequent colds, coughs, congestion, and various ailments. Despite efforts with over-the-counter remedies, pediatrician visits, and stronger antibiotics, the cycle persists. What may not be apparent is that merely suppressing symptoms with…

The Perfect Storm
April 22, 2024 No Comments

The Perfect Storm Being a mom to a child facing chronic neurological conditions like autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and more can be an overwhelming journey filled with emotions like frustration, exhaustion, and a constant quest for answers. You’ve likely explored every avenue, from traditional medical routes to scouring online resources and trying various therapies…

7 Things you Need to do to Get Ready for Winter

There is no way around it. The days are getting shorter and the temperature is falling. Winter is on it’s way. While the shorter days are a bummer, no one says you cannot have fun in the winter. Skiing, snow shoeing and outdoor paddle tennis are just a few of the fantastic winter activities available…

Contest of the Month

It is contest time! First off, our last contest was won by Bill B of Acton. This month we are playing for a $25 gift card to Eastern Mountain Sports on Route 2A in Acton. Seeing as how the winter months are coming up, today’s contest will involve our favorite topic, snow! As always please hit…

Caffeine in Peanut Butter!

I know this will make me a little off from the norm, however, I am not a huge fan of caffeine. I know, I know, you need it to wake up, get through the day, etc. I’m sorry I don’t buy it. Like anything else, it all started so innocently. A small cup of coffee…

Some Common Sense on Bacon

November 5, 2015 No Comments

Remember when eggs caused high cholesterol? Or eating late at night was going to make you fat? The latest health scare craze is bacon. Recently the World Health Organization (WHO) released a study that put bacon in the same cancer causing category as cigarrettes. Yes, that is right, eating bacon is as bad for you…

6 Pieces of Health Advice For College Students

August 20, 2015 No Comments

As the summer winds down and college students start heading back to school, I want to share some time tested health tips that will help students with their studies: Get Your Rest. School is hard. Trying to study, write papers, and pay attention in class is tough when you are exhausted. Try a short 20…

Contest of the Month

August 3, 2015 No Comments

It is contest time!!! Email or post the answers to these 3 questions for a chance to win a $25 gift card to Marshall’s Farm on Harrington Ave. Question 1. What is the longest word in the dictionary. It is not what you think it is! Question 2. Throw away the outside and cook the…

Texting While Walking

August 3, 2015 No Comments

While most of us are aware that you are not allowed to text and drive, a couple of new studies are now looking at the effect of texting while walking. Did you know that London has put bumpers on light posts on city streets due to people walking into them while texting on their phones?…

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