Category: Kohl’s A Minute For Kids

A flu-free home

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer It’s that time of year when the dreaded flu rears its ugly head. Ensure your family has put up a defense system to keep your home flu-free. Germs cause the flu, and many other sicknesses from … Continue reading

Never leave your child alone in a car

It’s a beautiful 70-degree day and you have a million errands to run.  Your 5-month-old is asleep in the back seat and you just need to stop into the grocery store for one minute.  There is no harm in leaving … Continue reading

Put a lid on it

Regardless of the number of wheels they have, children love to play with things that move. From the time they can walk, they’re pushing around a stroller. Once they grow into their walking legs, they graduate to a big wheel. … Continue reading

Driving distraction free

Young drivers, ages 15-to-20-years old, are especially vulnerable to death and injury on our roadways. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, mile for mile, teenagers are involved in three times as many fatal crashes as all other drivers.  … Continue reading

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