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It is that time of year again, the kids are back in school, which means your child will spend a large portion of their day away from home. In order to ensure your child participates in healthy habits while at school, it is important to encourage healthy habits at home. Below are a few tips to keep in mind as you kick-off the school year:
Focus on your child's nutrition. Encouraging your child to make healthy food choices will help them establish good nutritional habits that will last a lifetime.
Know the health risks your school-aged child may face. Common health issues that affect school-aged children include head lice, scoliosis, poor vision, and ear infection.
Make sleep a priority. Children aged six to 13 need 9-11 hours of sleep. It is important to teach school-aged children about healthy sleep habits.
Siteman Cancer Center and Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital will be conducting free head and neck cancer screenings to those with increased risk factors. The screening will be of particular interest to those who experience mouth and throat pain, lumps in the neck or sores in the mouth, hoarseness, persistent cough or difficulty swallowing.View More »
Run (or walk!) the only race in Forest Park that benefits the Park! Enjoy the most beautiful running route in the entire region — you will pass the Deer Lake Savanna, Pagoda Circle, the World’s Fair Pavilion, Government Hill, the Boathouse, Art Hill, the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Emerson Grand Basin.View More »