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A message for parents: School eye screenings don’t replace a comprehensive eye exam

(BPT) – With the academic year in full swing, many schools across the country are administering vision screenings to students. Parents mistakenly breathe a sigh of relief upon hearing that their children “passed” the screening. What parents don’t know are the significant limitations of school-based screenings. School vision screenings fail to detect a range of […]

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How to build healthy habits for the school year and beyond

(BPT) – Bells are ringing across the country as kids settle into classrooms for a year full of fun, friendship and plenty of learning. While exciting, adjusting to new school schedules is a hectic time. Healthy habits are often forgotten as the focus shifts to studies, assignments and extracurriculars. “Parents and caregivers can make a […]

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4 back-to-school basics for a successful school year

(BPT) – With the summer months starting to cool, one thing is certain – it’s time to store the beach toys for next summer and dust off the backpacks and notebooks for the upcoming school year. Whether back-to-school season means returning to the routine of nightly homework or packing lunches in the morning, one thing […]

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Top tips for making back to school a success

(BPT) – Summer days are getting shorter. Summer fun is winding down for the season. Bedtimes are starting earlier. And parents seem to be oddly excited. Back to school is right around the corner. For most kids, the thought of going back to school can be a drag. But it doesn’t have to be. Marley […]

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Is your child protected from preventable illnesses at school?

(BPT) – Fall is an exciting time for kids – seeing old friends, getting to know new classmates, learning new skills and exploring classrooms. But with all this fun and interaction, it’s important to remember one of the best ways to keep your child safe and healthy is to make sure he or she is […]

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Will new school lunch mean less veggies?

(BPT) – The U.S Department of Agriculture proposed a complete overhaul of school lunches subsidized by the federal government in 2012. These changes, to be implemented over a period of years, aim to limit calories, reduce sodium and increase the consumption of vegetables and whole grains. Improved nutrition is a laudable goal, but the realities […]

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Aniko Colman Wins Place In Top Model Uk Competition After Attending The Alexandra Wilson Fitness Model Finishing School

(PRWEB UK) 29 December 2013 Aniko applied for the competition following advice from the Fitness Model Finishing School[1] team. She was shortlisted, invited for an audition a few weeks later, and was selected for the over 25’s category for the Grand Final Live Show on 4th and 5th April 2014 in the Metropole Hilton, London. […]

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How to Build Big Arms with Serge Nubret’s Old School Arm Workout

The most important thing about old school training methods is how many times a week you should work each muscle group to build muscle as fast as possible. For most people once a week is not enough, as the muscle will have already atrophied by the time a full week has passed. Three times a […]

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Sponsored Post: Back To School Health Tips

  This sponsored blog post is from Swedish Medical Center. Back to School Health Tips By Christen Oskouian[1], MDGeneral Pediatrician, Swedish Issaquah Primary Care The last days of summer are counting down! Here are some timely tips to help ensure the school year goes well. To and From School Safety: The school bus is a […]

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Green Bay Packers And Anthem Blue Cross And Blue Shield Kick Off School Year With Fit Kids Ticket Giveaway Contest

MILWAUKEE & GREEN BAY, Wis.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– The Green Bay Packers and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield are teaming up for the second consecutive year to bring health tips and stories from the team to fourth grade classrooms across the state through the Fit Kids program. Green Bay Packers Fit Kids is a free year-long […]

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