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Parenting Safety

Healthy Holidays!

All of the holidays can be fun, but can lead to stress and health risks. Keep your family safe with these tips.

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Parenting Teens Uncategorized

A Way to Help Girls Navigate Social Media With Less Drama?

Help your kids navigate social media with less drama by asking them to follow inspirational people. Can it be that easy?

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Illnesses Medications Parenting Safety Vaccines

Plan for Vacation – especially if you’re going outside the US

A little planning and preparation can help everyone in your group stay healthy while traveling. Some preventative treatments take up to 6 months to complete, so talk to your doctor early!

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Parenting Safety Uncategorized

Momo. Hoax or not, scary things happen online.

It’s not just Momo… Even if she started as a hoax, we DO need to protect our kids online.

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ADHD, anxiety, and depression Parenting Uncategorized

Developmental Age in ADHD

I’ve been asked what the single best parenting tip I’ve gotten as the parent of a child with ADHD is. After a lot of consideration, I’ve decided that it involves setting expectations. When we re-frame things that are appropriate for their developmental age, it alleviates so many fights and frustrations. These expectations can vary if […]

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Illnesses Parenting Sleep Uncategorized Vaccines

Top 10 Quest for Health KC posts of 2018

Have you read all of the most popular 2018 posts from Quest for Health KC?

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Injuries Parenting

Nosebleeds

Nosebleeds can look very scary, but they’re common and usually can be managed at home with a few simple measures. Learn what to do and when to worry.

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ADHD, anxiety, and depression Parenting

Developing Responsibility and Resiliency in Our Children

Our goal as parents is to have our kids grow up with responsibility and resiliency so they can leave our home. How can we accomplish that?

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Parenting Uncategorized

Don’t withhold recess!!!

Play is an important part of every child’s day. Recess should never be held for behavior modification. Chris Dendy shares important facts in this post.

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ADHD, anxiety, and depression Parenting School Age

Homework Battle Plan: Prepare Now!

Any parent with school aged children knows that homework can be a battle. Even good students can procrastinate, prefer to play, or have practice after school, leaving little time for homework. ┬áThen there are the kids who struggle… Student Responsibility We all know that kids need help with homework. Sometimes parents help too much. Kindergarten […]