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It never fails. Two days into holiday break and suddenly everyone is bored. Quick! Before the kids turn into couch potatoes glued to their video games, it’s time to come up with a game plan of your own. Here are our top 8 tips for keeping the kids active during holiday break: 1.Make a holiday … Continue reading “8 Ways to Help Kids Stay Active on Holiday Break”
Whoa. Is it just me or does it seem like the universe flipped a switch the day after Halloween to holiday mode? Every year, the holiday season starts earlier and earlier. There’s also a certain level of expectation about what we’re supposed to feel – joyful, happy, filled with good cheer. Is it any wonder … Continue reading “When The Most Wonderful Time of The Year Isn’t Wonderful”
You don’t need a doctor to tell you that Halloween can be a time of sugary sweets overload. If you’re trying to teach your family about eating healthy, what do you do? Together, we can help kids learn to enjoy the holidays without overindulging. One way is to not hand out high-calorie candy at your … Continue reading “15+ Ways To Have A Healthier Halloween”
Every year, there seems to be a debate as to whether you should get a flu shot. The answer is yes and here’s why according to our doctors.
From rip currents to dangerous marine life, the beach is full of hazards! We’ve gathered tips to keep your family safe while on vacation this summer.
There has been some debate about vaccines lately, ranging from if you need them to what the law says. Here’s what your doctors at YourTown Health want you to know!
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. Learn more about this disease and how you can protect yourself from it.
Spring is here, and for people with seasonal allergies, spring means sneezing, coughing and itchy, watery eyes. Here’s how to deal with that!
March is Save Your Vision Month so we’re raising awareness with easy tips to keep your eyes healthy and prevent certain diseases.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S. More than 600,000 people die every year from it. Learn if you are at risk and what you can do about it.