We all know that when temperatures drop, children need extra attention to stay warm, safe, and healthy.
However, young children are less likely to recognize when they are cold and more likely to lose body heat quickly due to their smaller size.
There are some measures used to keep your family healthy in general, such as eating right, exercising regularly, and getting plenty of rest, are the same guidelines for preventing illness.
A well-balanced diet is the best path to overall health. Some foods do slightly increase immunity.
Flip through the pages of this ClipBook to know the tips to protect children during the cold season.
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When temperatures drop, children need extra attention to stay warm, safe and healthy. Young children are less likely to recognize when they are cold and more likely to lose body heat quickly due to their smaller size. Here are some tips to protect...
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