Category Archives: Physical Health

Physical Health

Tips for Raising Healthy Kids

Raising healthy kids isn’t hard. There are also no set rules as to what you have to do to raise healthy kids. There are however, a couple of guidelines that you can follow to make sure your children and staying healthy and fit. Usually when school starts and they get busy, it is important to […]

Yoga for Moms and Kids

What better way to stay in shape than to work out with your kids? Yoga is a low impact program that builds strength and flexibility. No matter what your age these are important parts of being healthy. Yoga also teaches control and the functions of different areas of the body. While many think of yoga […]

Healthy Life-Style

Living a healthy lifestyle is very important. Being a single mom you have so much to worry about and so many things coming at you all at once.  You have your children, house, and job to look after, from that you have bills, child’s school, and life stresses. You become so caught up in everything […]

Regular Dentist and Doctor Visits

Working is really important but there is no point of working for anything if you are not well. Single mom, so much of your time is taken up my work and kids that you sometimes forget to take care of yourself and stay available for your children’s appointments. Having regular doctor and dentist check-ups is […]

Fever Strategies: How to Bring Them Down

Fever is one of the ways that the body fights off an infection, and is usually not a reason for the single mom to panic. A rise in temperature is usually just a sign that something different is going on in the body. While most moms seem to shrug off a low fever and become […]

High Blood Pressure Problems Linked to TV and Computer Use

Your kids might be healthy and thriving right now, but their lifestyle, even as young children may be laying the groundwork for health problems later in life. As technology allows more children to be involved in health studies without using invasive testing measures, a clearer picture is becoming obvious. An active child is usually a […]

Are Your Radiation Fears Unfounded?

When it comes to the health of our kids, single moms need to be armed with as much factual information as possible. H1N1, avian flu, meningitis, measles outbreaks, and now radiation exposure can cause momentary fears as the media hypes danger to increase their readership. With a little common sense and proactive research to get […]

A Bump on the Head or a Concussion?

As any single mom knows, kids fall, run into things and have things run into them. How is the single mom to know if their child has a simple boo-boo or a concussion when their heads are bumped? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, signs of a concussion should be looked for […]

Fluoride Debate Continues

A mom knows that dental health is an important aspect of the child’s overall health and takes care that her child knows the basics of good oral hygiene. She also goes out of her way to provide foods that promote good dental health. If a problem arises, mom wants to address it as quickly as […]

Growing Pains

A child crying out in pain in the middle of the night might disrupt the whole household. In cases of a sore throat or earache, the single mom will reach for a thermometer and try to sooth the child, with the confidence of knowing what is wrong. When the child is complaining of aches or […]