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Free foods are foods that can be eaten in moderation without calorie counting.
Brighten the holidays by taking steps to make your health and safety a priority.
Underwriters Laboratories is reminding families to keep safety on the menu to help prevent Thanksgiving fires and injuries.
The annular solar eclipse is a rare and exciting celestial event that will be visible on October 14, 2023.
Implementing physical education into your homeschool program benefits your students’ health and can help them build lifelong healthy habits.
Homeschooling is often a good choice for children and teens who live with chronic pain.
This year, Disability Pride Month marks the 33rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The importance of staying hydrated can never be overstated, especially in the hot summer months.
Mental Health Month seeks to raise awareness that mental health is essential for a person’s overall health.
Teach your family members these basic emergency response skills to ensure that all of you stay safe in case of extreme climate events or natural disasters.
Is your student suffering from teen burnout? Here are 4 signs to look out for – plus 4 ways you can help them get through it.
Homeschooling can provide a safe, supportive environment to reduce your teen’s anxiety when they’re both learning and relaxing.
Teens need to understand the things that human biology entails and how it relates to their life.
There are many creative ways to clock in P.E. hours for your teen. Check out this list of physical education ideas!
Drug cartels are using social media to find new customers for colorful “rainbow fentanyl” pills that look like candy, according to the DEA.
Here are some tips on how to keep your teen active and healthy so they don’t get behind in their learning.
Every teen needs sleep – and enough of it! – to function at their best.
The team at IvyPanda recently made an informative article on how to stop being insecure.
Here are some tips for keeping your homeschooled teens healthy so they don’t get behind in their learning.
Perhaps the best piece of advice when it comes to keeping your family healthy while homeschooling is that you have to keep yourself healthy first.
Being an active participant who knows when to take your hands off the wheel can go a long way towards setting up your homeschooled teen for success.