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Fitness Goal Setting Tips for Kids

As you set your family’s fall schedule, consider this: A 2013 study from the U.S. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development found only half of kids ages 11-16 get the recommended 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous activity each day.  Setting goals to get moving as a family can create …

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Tick Season is Back

Ticks. Just the word can make your skin crawl. In addition to the “ick” factor, ticks and the diseases they carry can be a serious threat to kids’ health and need to be diagnosed and treated as quickly and completely as possible. BEFORE GOING OUT Use insect repellent and wear …

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Keep an Eye on Your Child’s Vision

Preventative medicine comes in many different forms. It can be dietary changes to stave off diabetes, immunization shots, regular dental cleanings or yearly mammograms. For Dr. Victor Abdow, a pediatrician at Abdow Friendship Pediatrics, one way he practices preventative medicine is by giving his young patients both vision and hearing …

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