Win Weekly Prizes in our Summer Giveaway

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Summer is right around the corner, along with classes, camps and all the other activities your child may be participating in. Juggling this busy schedule and keeping your family healthy and fit may be a challenge, but we’re here to offer some resources to help!

Last summer we featured topics about teaching your kids about 9-1-1 and staying calm during a thunderstorm. This year we have a new round of topics and giveaways for a fun and healthy summer. We will discuss safety tips for your favorite summer activities and creating routines to maintain your child’s healthy habits. At the end of each post we will include an opportunity to win a prize just for answering our question.

Subscribe to our Growing Up Healthy e-newsletter and you’ll get new posts delivered to your inbox. We’ll send a brief email each week to let you know it’s posted. At the end of the summer, the e-newsletter will continue as a monthly archive of our blog topics.

The first giveaway of our summer series will be posted on Monday, June 2. So grab your sunscreen and get ready for fun filled summer, and don’t forget to hydrate!

What topics do you want to learn about this summer?

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  1. Traci says:

    Tick prevention and how to get rid of them

  2. Holly Johnson says:

    How about activities that teenagers would enjoy?

  3. Gloria says:

    Water/pool safety tips – we have independent kids who aren’t yet strong swimmers.

  4. Stacy says:

    When and how often to apply and reapply sunscreen?

  5. Melody Mulhall says:

    How to safely have mosquitos avoid me? I just learned my daughter swears by drinking one cup of apple cider a day which I have not tried yet. I have tried hand sanitizer with high content of alcohol and it seems to work, but is this safe? I feel very clean!

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