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Restoring Your Child's Sense of Safety

As the nation grieves the brutal attack on Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., parents are struggling to explain the shootings to their kids and ease their fears.

Restoring Your Child's Sense of Safety
 
 

Ask the Expert: Kids & Cedar Fever

What do you recommend for kids with Cedar Fever or other allergies?

Ask the Expert: Kids & Cedar Fever
 
 

Choose a Colorful Plate

Why are vegetables and fruits so wonderful? Well, to begin with they’re full of vitamins and minerals. Most are a good source of fiber – and usually you can eat quite a large serving that will fill you up without packing on a lot of calories.

Choose a Colorful Plate
 
 

Food Allergies and Asthma: A Potentially Dangerous Combination

While food may taste great, it is important for parents to remember not to let their children eat any food that they may be allergic to.

Food Allergies and Asthma: A Potentially Dangerous Combination
 
 

Practice Fire Safety at Home

According to the U.S. Fire Administration, one of the leading causes of residential building fire deaths and injuries for kids is playing with heat sources such as lighters and matches.

Practice Fire Safety at Home
 
 

2013 Central Texas Autism Conference – Feb. 2

Parents of children diagnosed with autism are invited to join with medical professionals in exploring autism and current developments in diagnosis and treatment.

2013 Central Texas Autism Conference – Feb. 2

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GoodHealth.com


Free Program Teaches Diabetes Prevention

The "Healthy Kids" program offers free diabetes-prevention classes for children ages five to 18 who are overweight or who have other risk factors for developing diabetes. Families who attend will receive information about healthy food choices, benefits of exercise and the importance of choosing a healthier lifestyle to prevent diabetes. Snacks and amazing prizes are also provided!

The program is FREE, but registration is required. Available in English and Spanish, classes are held at various locations around Austin including the East Communities YMCA, Rosewood-Zaragosa Clinic, Seton Kozmetsky Clinic, Seton McCarthy Clinic and Seton Topfer Clinic.

Please call
512-324-4911
for more information
or to register.

 
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