While studies show that people who exercise in the morning are more likely to stick with it, the logistics of early morning workouts—like finding the time to shower before work—can be a headache.
Whenever children are together, there is a chance of spreading infections. This is especially true among infants and toddlers who are likely to use their hands to wipe their noses or rub their eyes and then handle toys or touch other children.
You may spend more time each year nursing a sore throat, fever, and runny nose than you do on vacation. Adults get about three colds a year on average, each lasting a week or two. On top of that, 5 to 20 percent of us will also get the flu, which can linger even longer.
Every day, about 4,000 people are newly diagnosed with diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. For most of them, getting this news is likely to cause a swirl of emotions and questions, perhaps the most important one being: What do I do now?
In today’s world of two-income families and single parents, many young children spend a lot of their time in child care. When choosing a child care setting for your child, do not forget to take into account this crucial factor — what is the policy concerning sick children?