Yoga for Kids

Children derive enormous benefits from yoga. Physically, it enhances their flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness. Have you ever noticed how flexible your child is?  Yoga is a fun way to help your child retain his or her flexibility, as Read on! →

Nectarine and blueberry crisp

It’s blueberry season!  That means you can find plenty of these delicious fruits for a good price at your local farmer’s market or grocery store. Blueberries are a great, healthy snack that kids love.  You’ll also find that fresh, plump Read on! →

On painted wings: Butterfly activities for kids

The joy of watching a butterfly fluttering in the summer sun is timeless. Something you can probably remembering doing as a child and something your own children undoubtedly enjoy. Young children simply marvel at their beauty, while older children can Read on! →

Running with children

Running is a great activity families can enjoy together. You don’t have to be a marathoner or even a running enthusiast to get started having some fun while being active with your family. It’s also a great opportunity to be Read on! →

Crispy oven-baked chicken tenders

Chicken tenders are a main staple on the list of kid-approved items many families rely on for easy week night meals.  Finger food that’s dippable and can be served quickly with almost anything – what’s not to like? This recipe Read on! →

You can Make Health!

Have you heard of the maker movement? It’s a grass roots “Do It Yourself” (DIY) movement to encourage kids and adults to “learn by doing”, and to do this learning with peers, for the purposes of fun and self-fulfillment. We Read on! →

Healthcare design by us (and you!)

Here’s a statement you don’t see too many blog posts start out with… We don’t know what we’ve created, but we know we’re onto something big. It’s called, and it’s a community of individuals (patients, doctors, makers, artists, designers, Read on! →

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