Almost three-quarters (74%) of parents are aware of online rating sites for physicians, and more than one-quarter (28%) have used those online ratings to choose a healthcare provider for their children, according to U-M research published today in Pediatrics.
As the lazy, hazy days of summer wind down, many parents (and some children) are ready to get back to the routine of the school year. That routine is one of the key ingredients of a successful back-to-school experience. Try Read on! →
Delicious chocolate muffins are a great snack, dessert or potluck pleaser. And the one thing that can make chocolate muffins better is finding a way to make them healthier AND even more tasty and moist! This veggied-up take on chocolate Read on! →
Three-year-old Amelie Strzalkowski, a neuro-oncology patient at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, loves colors and likes to ask others what their favorite color is. She and her mom keep track of all the answers they get and then Amelie’s 6-year-old sister Read on! →
Anyone can be a “maker” or “designer” of health, creating an innovative solution or approach to keeping the world safer or healthier --- and an event at the University of Michigan Aug. 16 is designed to inspire those ideas.
Yoga is great exercise for all ages, but the earlier kids start the earlier they can start enjoying the life-long benefits. Specifically, yoga for kids can help them preserve physical flexibility and develop mind and body wellness lessons that they Read on! →