Category Archives: Kids Health & Fitness

Maximize Your Child Health with These 6 Helpful Tips Maximize Your Child Health with These 6 Helpful Tips


by Anna Abdollahi, RI Good nutrition and exercise are key components to healthy physical and mental development in children. As caregivers you want to ensure your children have the best possible start in life. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, uncle, aunt, or older siblings below are six tips to maximize your little one’s health:…
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Incorporate Healthy Eating and Physical Activities Into Your Family’s Daily Routine Incorporate Healthy Eating and Physical Activities Into Your Family’s Daily Routine


By Carolyn Belisle Keeping kids healthy means encouraging them to eat nutritious foods and be active. For busy parents, it may seem like a challenge to get kids motivated to eat well and participate in a variety of physical activities, but the key is making healthy choices appealing and fun. Blue Cross & Blue Shield…
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The Clinical Significance Of Primitive Reflexes The Clinical Significance Of Primitive Reflexes


and Dominance Profile in ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Autism by Dr. John Sotis When we are born, we have a brain stem, but most of the cerebral cortex is yet to be built. We therefore have a dilemma: we need to move in order to build our brains, yet we don’t have a brain that is developed enough…
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Building More Than Muscles Building More Than Muscles


Physical activity is important as kids grow and develop. In the right setting, kids love to jump, climb, and tumble. All of which help promote healthy growth, build strong bones and muscles, and improve balance and coordination. These natural movements provide children the ability to be healthy and have fun, the head fake is that it is actually building lifelong skills. Social skills are…
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Birthday Parties to Get Kids Moving! Birthday Parties to Get Kids Moving!


We all know that regular physical activity in childhood and adolescence greatly improves the health of an individual. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), regular activity improves strength and endurance, helps build healthy bones and muscles, helps control weight, reduces anxiety and stress, increases self-esteem, and may improve blood pressure and cholesterol levels,…
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