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Show the father in your life how much you care with these customized activity pages. Printable Fathers Day Activity Pages

Mental Health Awareness is a topic that is so important this year, more than any other year in recent memory. With the pandemic in its second year, many families have been living in isolation, or with a risk for aREAD MORE

Autism is a condition involving poor or improper development in the areas of language and social interaction, along with some types of repetitive behaviors.

Show the mothers in your life how much a child cares about them with these fun activity pages. Printable Mother’s Day Activity Pages

Immunizations have been top of mind lately as COVID Immunizations are becoming more available with availability coming to infants and children sometime in the fall of 2021. Due to the pandemic, many children have fallen behind in vaccinations. In thisREAD MORE

April 26 through April 30 is allergy awareness week.  An allergy is an exaggerated immune response to certain triggers which are called allergens.  During this time of year you or your child might experience seasonal allergies to things like pollenREAD MORE

Roeshan Shadravan, OMP PhD, Osteopathic Manual Practitioner at Pacific Integrative Pediatric Health (PIPH) sits down with Dr. Bret Gerber, MD to discuss brain injuries in babies, kids, and teens.

With all the chocolate and other sweet treats for Valentine’s Day that are loaded with heavily processed ingredients, we wanted to share a couple ideas for some more healthy options. Realize these are all relative. Most anything that is highlyREAD MORE

Many things can put you at risk for these problems. Unfortunately, the simple fact of being a woman increases your risk for heart disease and stroke. But while you can’t change things like age and family history, the good news is that even modest changes to your diet and lifestyle can improve your heart health and lower your risk by as much as 80 percent. These changes should start in childhood, and if you have a family risk of heart disease and have a daughter, these are key strategies to help yourself now and to prevent heart disease in your children.

Sugar is one of the most overused food ingredients, with the least amount of nutritional value. It may be included in food as a wide range of sweeteners from plain white cane sugar to high fructose corn syrup. There are many types of sugar that are found in most processed foods you buy at the store, even the foods and snacks labeled “Healthy”.