Winter Weather Safety Tip #3: Wear hat and gloves also to prevent body heat loss. Most of the body’s heat escapes through the head.
There are lots of fun winter activities for families this time of year. Over the next several posts we will take a look at winter weather safety tips to keep your children safe this winter season.
Winter Weather Safety Tip #1: Always wear a helmet while skiing, snowboarding, ice skating and playing other fast-paced slippery winter activities.
Teach your teen drivers that children on bikes are often inexperienced, unsteady and unpredictable. One must slow down and allow at least 3 feet of passing distance between your car and a bicyclist.
Studies have shown that up to 25% of first time allergic reactions happen in school. Teachers and school nurses are not trained or equipped to treat your child’s symptoms without your help. If your student suffers from major food allergies, create a food allergy action plan. Come back tomorrow for simple steps you can take to protect your student from a bad food reaction in school.
Shands Hospital for Children at University of Florida – At least 5 fast food outlets including Wendy’s. Its patient menu includes high fat foods such as meatloaf with gravy.
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt (Nashville, Tennessee) – Has 4 fast food outlets including Taco Bell and Pizza Hut Express. Its cafeteria features high fat foods such as cheese steak wrap and chicken-fried steak with cream gravy.
St. Louis Children’s Hospital – Washington University (St. Louis, Missouri) – Has 2 fast food outlets including Pizza Hut. Its patient menu has fatty foods including sausage, bacon, ham and roast beef with gravy.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles – This hospital has a McDonald’s on the first floor. The patient menu features pizza and hot dogs.
Riley Hospital for Children (Indianapolis, Indiana) – This hospital also has a McDonald’s while it’s patient menu features sausage, bacon, and corn dogs.
Courage is the mastery of fear. It is not the absence of fear.
If any members of the Y3K Tutor In Your Home family attended the finish line of the Boston Marathon, we hope you are safe. After this terrible and unspeakable terrorist act, all we can say is you are in our hearts and prayers.
Teenagers learn a lot by observing you. Make sure your driving behaviors are in line with what you expect from them. This means being mindful of speed limits, road rage and eliminating distractions such as electronic devices while driving. They will model their driving after yours.
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BULLYING – If your child is the victim of bullying or harassment, staying out of school appears to be better. Who would want to be in a constant situation of feeling unsafe and fearing for your life every day?