Almost 6 million U.S. children have a food allergy. That’s equivalent to two kids in every classroom! So, what does this mean for feeding your children and approaching potential allergies? The latest research shows it is important to be proactive… Read More ›
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Guest Post By Abigail Murdock It is never a good thing to be sick. You have to spend for doctors and medicines, and you lose income on work or business. There is, however, no escaping these down moments. At some… Read More ›
It’s still important to educate young children on nutrition and how to make healthy decisions on their own.