Teens are up to 50% less likely to use drugs if they learn about the risks of drug use from their parents.
Children that have 20 minutes per day of unstructured exercise (recess) show improved test scores. Don’t let your school cut out recess periods. Recess is more important than one might think think.
Kids toys and bottles containing bisphenol-A may be linked to health problems. According to some studies, bisphenol-A exposure even at low doses may be connected with ADHD, brain damage, altered immune system, obesity, breast cancer and prostate cancer. Bisphenol-A in children’s items is enough of a concern that legislation has been filed in Massachusetts to ban the manufacture or sale childcare articles with this chemical.
Kids eyes should be checked yearly. Eye problems like nearsightedness can cause headaches, lack of comprehension, fatigue and loss of focus.
Childhood obesity is a big problem in America. Kids should be active through sports or outdoor play. Active Bodies = Healthy Bodies and Minds
Full spectrum lights copy sunlight and fool the brain into thinking it’s natural sunlight. Light in a sunlight frequency makes people happier.
If you want your kids to not drink, smoke, do drugs, use foul language, be racist or sexist, then you must not do these behaviors yourself.