Dinner is ImportantFamily

Dinner is Important

Over time dinner has dramatically changed: from home-cooked meals to TV dinners to now where it’s almost non-existent in some
Nutrition is Important Even for TeensFamily

Nutrition is Important Even for Teens

According to the CDC, the obesity rate of teens has tripled in the last 30 years. In 1980, 5% of
Avoiding the Freshmen 15Family

Avoiding the Freshmen 15

As a parent one of our key responsibilities is raising healthy children. We have several years to set good examples
Children and Weight-Based BullyingFamily

Children and Weight-Based Bullying

Bullying is unwanted, aggressive, forceful, coercive or threatening behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behaviors are
At RSF Mount Plesant Hospital, Baby-Friendly Means A LotFamily

At RSF Mount Plesant Hospital, Baby-Friendly Means A Lot

It was a scene right out of a Hollywood movie – an entire family gathered in the waiting room when
If You Snooze in School, You LoseFamily

If You Snooze in School, You Lose

Do you rely on that second or third cup of coffee to make it through the day? Try being a
Back-to-School Immunizations and PhysicalsFamily

Back-to-School Immunizations and Physicals

Summer is a busy and wonderful time for both parents and children. Longer days, warmer temperatures and no home work
Keeping the Fun in SummerFamily

Keeping the Fun in Summer

“No more homework. No more books. No more teachers’ dirty looks.” The words of 1970’s rock star Alice Cooper ring