Top 10 Tips to Help Children Develop Healthy Habits

12 August 2018 | Children's Health

  You can help your child develop healthy habits early in life that will bring lifelong benefits. As a parent, you can encourage your kids to evaluate their food choice […]

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Happy, Healthy Eating for Kids

  Eating is an important part of our lives. The healthy foods we eat help our body to grow, run, walk, think, move, sleep, and fight off germs. But did […]

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5 Ways that Play can Change your Day

  It doesn’t matter how you move, as long as you’re physically active. Move until you breathe hard or break a sweat and you will be doing great things for […]

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Help Your Young Athlete Stay Healthy

  More American kids are playing sports than ever before. It’s great news—physical activity helps children stay fit and feel good about themselves. But injuries can happen. According to the […]

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Caution: Kids at Play

Ah, to be a carefree kid of summer. There’s no school, and there’s sunshine all the time. But it’s not all fun and games out there. Some summertime activities for […]

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Back-to-school health tips

10 March 2017 | Children's Health

Don’t Forget the Shots Make sure your child’s immunizations are up to date. You will need to provide verification of these immunizations to your child’s school. Flu vaccines are also […]

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Your child’s health: Backpack safety

10 March 2017 | Children's Health

If you are concerned about the effects a heavy backpack might have on your child’s still-growing body, your instincts are correct. Doctors and physical therapists recommend that kids carry packs of no […]

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Can children experience depression?

10 March 2017 | Children's Health

Lots of people think depression only affects adults. But children and teenagers can become depressed as well. Anxiety is a normal part of childhood, and every child goes through phases. A […]

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Halloween Tips for Children with Diabetes

10 March 2017 | Children's Health, Diabetes

A holiday such as Halloween that is focused on sugary treats can be a trick for children with diabetes. According to GRMC Diabetes Educator Ann Camacho, children with diabetes may […]

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We’re Baby Friendly

10 March 2017 | Children's Health, Updates

Guadalupe Regional Medical Centers belongs to a select few U.S. health care facilities officially designated as Baby-Friendly Hospitals. This means that GRMC meets the highest standards for maternity care and […]

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