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It’s Time to Get Moving!

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April is National Move More Month, a monthly observance created by the American Heart Association to remind us all of the importance of being active. Over time, Americans have developed a more sedentary lifestyle, which has lead to a higher risk of obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease, memory problems, and an overall shorter lifespan. Move More Month is a great reminder that physical activity is essential for living a long and happy life. As the weather continues to get warmer, now is the perfect time to reevaluate activity schedules in order to ensure that we’re all hitting our fitness […]

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Connecting Vision and Children’s Safety

August is Vision & Learning Month, a national observance established in 1995. The goal of this observance is to help educate parents, educators and caregivers about the prevalence of vision problems in children that often go undiagnosed or even misdiagnosed. According to the Vision Council of America, one out of every four children has an undiagnosed vision problem that interferes with learning.  Vision problems that show up at a young age can not only worsen if not diagnosed early enough but can create additional problems. For example, if a child has a “wandering eye, it could be a sign of […]

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