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33000 kids in Canada and 3500 in Alberta will go back to school with diabetes this month. It’s an easy disease to manage, if schools are willing to help. The willingness, however, is not always there.
Back to school is an important time to get your kids eyes checked. Learning disabilities can sometimes occur because of eye issues. Get your kids checked free
When you are a parent there is a simple truth you must admit to yourself – “It hurts me more than it hurts them.” From grades, to scrapes, to fevers, it will always ring true. Forever. CLICK THE IMAGE TO READ THE STORY.
Do you know when kids should get eye exams? They should be checked before 2 and every year when school aged. It’s free in Canada. Here’s more:
Is it possible to find middle ground in the vaccine debate? Is it either or, or is there a compromise that can be reached. I break it all down right here:
We are over medicating, over diagnosing, and taking the easy way out with our kids. Just look at the ADHD industry to see what I mean.
#Cinnaleve is holding a Twitter Chat to discuss how to maintain healthy blood sugar for type 2 diabetics. Can cinnamon help? Find out how at this chat.
I don’t have survivor’s guilt because I’m just waiting for it to hit me. Everyone else has been bitten by the barf bug, I just feel like that the last human in the Walking Dead. It will get me, the question is when.
Being an older parent is a problem simply because we’re older. We know what to be afraid of and we bubble wrap. We can’t help it.
Daddy’s Hulk Juice is what I am having for breakfast as I settle in to Chuck The Chunk. Spinach, protein, and berries. Omnomnom
It was a good first week for me in the Chuck the Chunk Challenge
Why wait until January to make a change? We’re pledging to drop it now.
Tweet The milestones your kids reach as they grow are as varied as they are surprising. It starts with the first roll over, moves to …
Tweet Zacharie’s birthday is coming up in 2 weeks. So he’s talking a lot about the day he was born, how he was born, and …
My son was showering after swimming lessons and some kids started laughing at him – I lost it.
Here’s a look at our 24 hours in Alberta’s Children’s Hospital as Charlie went in for hernia surgery. What was routine for them, was a roller coaster for us.