The result of early dental and medical attention: fewer Walla Walla County children with painful oral disease and a significant savings in oral health care costs.
“We have two kids, 5 and 2. They each get to pick two shows per day on weekends only, half an hour per show."
When I think of health I usually think of nutrition, but there are many additional factors to consider when looking at your teen’s health.
In the primordial makeup of our humanity there is still a pull to gather, to hear and share stories spoken aloud.
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"Would my life and my family's life be better if I was a stay-at-home mom?"
One of the most delightful aspects of parenting, bringing art and creativity into a child’s life is a process.
After days, months and years of doing certain things, those things turn into habits that recur without much thought.
Only 20 percent of children and adolescents with mental illnesses are identified and receive appropriate intervention services.
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As we transition back to school, I thought I would discuss a subject near and dear to my heart: sleep. Summertime usually produces later nights and slower mornings. Coupled with vacations, reunions, camps and sleepovers, our children’s normal sleep routine often disappears during the summer break.
The goal of Parenting Teens Together is to provide a safe place for the parents of teens to share experiences, obtain knowledge and access local resources, serving as a reminder that we are not alone on this journey. The group’s core values consist of confidentiality, respect, empathy and grace.
We’ve just gone through a season of goodbyes with the loss of family members on both sides of our family tree.
Fall in Walla Walla is a busy time. It can be a tough adjustment to move from the last lazy days of summer into the grueling routine of school, practices, games and homework. But fall in the Valley offers perhaps the most glorious weather and scenery of the year. Get out of the back-to-school routine for an afternoon and enjoy it with your partner on a harvest date.
"Low-income mothers who cannot afford diapers are also more likely to report symptoms of depression and anxiety,” states Dr. Megan Veenema Smith, from the Yale School of Medicine. This quote is from a new study published in the journal Pediatrics on the stressors that impact the mental health of moms — especially their ability to bond with their kids.
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