As we prepare our kids for going back to school, many moms and dads are concerned about keeping their kids healthy this winter. More and more parents are asking, “what can I do preventatively now to keep my kids healthy this year?“ On average, school-age kids in America experience eight to ten colds a year, […]
Articles for: Immune Health
Based on my book, Perfect Health for Kids, I have written many articles in this section helping to educate parents on how to become more familiar with who their child is, how each child is unique, and how to offer healthy support to your children before they need medical care. Please enjoy the latest research on kids’, teens’ and college students’ health strategies and get the tools you need to be more proactive regarding your children’s health.
In 2010, The Hunger Free Kids Act directed the Department of Agriculture to change its standards for all food served in schools. On June 26, 2013, the government announced its Smart Snacks in School program for making snack food healthier for kids. This is the first real step in making school food a healthy choice […]
A recent Harris Poll revealed that 40% of Americans have difficulty swallowing pills and only 14% actually tell their doctor, leaving many folks staring at a bottle of pills or supplements that they just can’t swallow. With six kids, my wife and I found it an important survival tool to teach them how to swallow […]
College can be one of the most challenging times to stay healthy. Suddenly, things like basic nutrition and sleep are taken for granted, resulting in compromised immunity and making students susceptible to colds, acne, hormonal issues, and more. With six kids, two in college and one a college grad, I have had firsthand experience keeping […]
Undoubtedly, all children are different. Like most parents, have you had moments when you wished you understood your child(ren) better? Do their tendencies and behaviors seem to come out of nowhere, and do you get the feeling that if only you understood them better, you could perhaps care for them better? If you take your […]