Click here for a link to the CDC immunization schedule for children through 6 years old. Click here for a CDC link for ages 7-18.
Click here to read the facts from the Department of Health & Human Services, the CDC, the American Academy of Family Physicians, and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Eat breakfast Plan your meals Drink plenty of water Get up and move Go offline Learn something new Don’t smoke
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Buy new each summer as it expires in one year. Use Broad Spectrum that blocks both UVA and UVB rays. Water resistant up to 40-80 minutes SPF 30 of higher
Turn off little blue lights – phones, computer, TV, clock. Avoid napping during the day. Cover your clock. Use a leg pillow for back support/hip alignment. Align your head midline with your body. Avoid too fat or too thin pillows. Seal your mattress to protect from dust mites, mold, & other allergens. Save your bed . . .
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garlic broccoli brazil nuts citrus fruits blueberries artichokes salmon kiwifruit scallions sauerkraut olive oil tea apples avacados bean sprouts bran cabbage carrots cherries coffee corn dates eggs ginger grapefruit grapes/raisins kale mushrooms peas pomegranate juice
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