Category: Parenting

Avoiding Food Allergy Challenges for Your Baby or Toddler

As we mentioned a couple days ago, there are some new recommendations for parents on how to avoid food allergies. In this time of change, what can you do for your baby or toddler to avoid problems? Eat an antioxidant-rich … Continue reading

Green Cleaning: Avoiding Asthma and Allergy Triggers

When you have a child with asthma, spring cleaning is taken to a whole new level. You want to eliminate asthma triggers such as pollen, dust mites, mold and pet dander, but you need to be aware of how the … Continue reading

"Sexting" and cell phone use

Our next Kohl’s a Minute for Kids campaign topic is “sexting” and responsible use of cell phones. One of the big decisions parents face as their children get older is whether or not to get them a cell phone. After … Continue reading

Snow play safety tips for parents

The snow continues to fall and many children are having a snow day!  Here are some snow play safety tips from Lisa Schwing, trauma program manager at Dayton Children’s. Wet and cold is always bad, so check on kids often … Continue reading

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