If your family is like most, you already have a long list of projects, outings and overnight trips planned for this summer, beginning as soon as school gets out. The last thing you need is for one of your children to get sick. Not only is it tough as a parent to see your little ones not feeling well, but summer illnesses can quickly derail vacation, camp and summer school plans.
While there's no way to guarantee that your kids will stay healthy all summer, there are a few easy things you can do to help keep them from getting sick.
While there's no way to guarantee that your kids won't catch a virus or otherwise get sick this summer, encouraging them to wash their hands regularly, drink lots of water, get regular exercise and make sure to protect against flying insects. For more tips, visit a pediatrician like HealthSource Of Ohio.Share
18 April 2016
My parents taught me healthy eating habits and I played outside a lot as a kid. Once I was old enough to work, I got a job as a waiter at a restaurant and kept waiting tables throughout high school and college. After college, I got my very first desk job, and my health started declining. I soon realized that even though I had never stepped foot in a gym, I was living a sedentary lifestyle for the first time in my life. I wasn't getting exercise playing outside or running around at work, so I decided to commit to going to the gym. My health began to improve and I now greatly enjoy bodybuilding. I know many other people are in ill health and can't figure out why, so I decided to start a blog to share my health tips and inspire everyone improve their health!