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By Ryan Lawson, Exercise Specialist The start of the school year means new beginnings for your kids, but it’s also a great time to self-reflect by taking a look at your life and fitness routine and planning ways to stay active during the upcoming fall and winter months. Here are a few tips to help you successfully […]
By Brittany Wonnell, RD, CHWC Life gets busy, work becomes hectic, our kids have homework and our parents have appointments. How are we able to care for ourselves while caring for so many others at the same time? Throughout the years, these hectic, stressful schedules have made us forget about the importance of genuine family […]
By Katie Boscia, MS, RD, IBCLC, CDE It’s back to school time and with that comes packing kids’ lunches. Kids can get tired of the same thing every day, so use these tips to help make their lunches more appealing and get them to eat healthier foods. Use a cookie cutter to cut fun shapes […]
By Ryan Lawson, exercise specialist When the kids are out of school for the summer, families are able to spend more time together participating in events and gatherings that make it a breeze to stay active. The American College of Sports Medicine recommends that children get one hour of physical activity daily. But just because […]
By Theresa Holland BS, BSN, IBCLC, ICCE Riverview Health Perinatal Education and Lactation Services Coordinator According to The Centers for Disease Control, breastfeeding rates drop dramatically when nursing mothers return to work. Each mom has her own journey with breastfeeding. And no matter which journey is taken, it’s important that every mom is supported to do […]