Heading into the cold and flu season, one of the best ways to protect your family’s health is with the food you consume, including fruits and vegetables.
Pediatrician Dr. Pilar Bradshaw says she understands why people still have questions about COVID-19, even 18-months into the pandemic. “The pandemic is challenging for everyone in a million ways,” she says. “One of the things that’s challenging is keeping up with the latest recommendations involving testing, as well as isolation and quarantine.”
Lindsay Paulsen will never forget the day her life changed in an unimaginable way. On March 19, 2018, her 11-month-old son Declan died after being put down for a nap at day care.
After a year of disruptions due to the pandemic, colleges and college-bound students are ready for a return to a more normal school year on campus. If your teen is headed to college for the first time, help prepare them by encouraging them to have a wellness checkup.
After months of online learning and a lack of social connection during the pandemic, some kids and teens are feeling anxious about returning to full-time, in-person learning this fall.
The Pacific Northwest is home to a variety of year-round pollens—from trees and grass in the spring and summer, to weeds and molds in the fall and winter. Those allergy triggers can make children and adults who experience seasonal allergies quite miserable.