By Marsha Reese
Are you planning to take your grandchildren trick or treating? Maybe their parents will be taking the time to share those memories. Either way the supervising adult may appreciate safety tip reminders. Autumn events like Halloween and Harvest Day are highly anticipated by children and some adults. The Center for Disease Control [...]
By: Melissa Valliant
Editor’s Note: We grandparents know that helping our grandchildren grow up strong and healthy is a serious responsibility. Well, it appears we are overlooking one of the most important; weight. To turn around this epidemic of obesity in our country, we grandparents need to model for our families a healthy weight. When [...]
What you need to know to protect elderly loved ones — and yourself
By Rachael Kennedy
Baby boomers today are at a strange age; nearing retirement, most are experiencing the happiness inherent in becoming a grandparent as well as the often painful challenges associated with aging parents and elder care. Everyone [...]
By Dr. Mercola, MD.
Common sense would suggest that, if we are giving our children more than five dozen vaccinations from day of birth to age 18, we are over-vaccinating our children. Yet, authorities continue to insist that “more is better” when it comes to vaccines without providing adequate scientific evidence to justify that assumption.