Promoting a Positive Self-Image

    by Amelia Boudinot | Dec 20, 2016
    Being a teenager is hard. Trying to navigate through all the social media, absurd television shows, and undeserving role models and still come out on the other end as a well-rounded adult can be an almost impossible task. The world is constantly trying to convince our young adult that they are not good enough; too heavy, too thin, cry too much, don’t show enough emotion, etc. So how can we as parents help facilitate our children in developing a high self-image?
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    Creating an Emergency Plan

    by Amelia Boudinot | Nov 30, 2016
    In the wake of the terrible tragedy that happened at Ohio State University recently, leaves an opportunity to learn and grow together in unity. It is an unfortunate reality that in today’s society there are far too many unpredictable disasters. In an effort to reduce the potential damage these occurrences can cause, we want to start the planning today.
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    The Rise of the Millennial

    by Amelia Boudinot | Nov 29, 2016
    The topics of moral responsibilities and economic principles became a constant in everyday American discussion. It is the same discussion that has presided over this country for years. However, with the addition of the incredible social unrest, a new way of thinking has emerged. It just became personal. And thus, the millennials were born.
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    The Netflix Effect

    by Amelia Boudinot | Nov 07, 2016
    In today’s society, the average household has access to at least one online streaming portal, such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime – if not all three. So with all these added resources, how are we supposed to maintain the already difficult task of monitoring our children’s viewing habits?
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    Social Media Awareness

    by Marianne Hanson | Jul 21, 2016
    We live in a digital world; In fact, some would call in the age of information. Society is no longer focused on developing the industrial sector, but rather the gathering and interpreting of data. Since the creation of the internet, user data has been being collected.
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    Pokemon Go!

    by Marianne Hanson | Jul 11, 2016
    A new app sensation is taking over the world. The debut of a new smart phone app featuring your most beloved Pokémon characters is finally here!
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    Healthier Food Choices for Work

    by User Not Found | May 18, 2016
    The food you take to work can have a big impact on your day. If you’re fueling your body with junk, you’re not doing yourself any favors.
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    Simple Seven Day Low-Sugar Meal Plan

    by User Not Found | Apr 15, 2016
    More and more people are discovering the benefits of eliminating processed and high sugar foods from their diets.
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    Fit on the Road: How to Stay on Track for Your Next Road Trip

    by User Not Found | Mar 28, 2016
    Don't let your healthy lifestyle suffer on the road. Try these tips to help stay on track for your next road trip.
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    7 Ways to Effectively Help Reduce Stress

    by User Not Found | Mar 16, 2016
    Stress can take a significant toll on your health and well-being. Here are seven ways to take control and effectively help reduce stress.
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    6 All-Natural Ways To Fall Asleep Faster

    by User Not Found | Mar 11, 2016
    No matter how old you are, getting enough sleep is very important for your well-being. Here are six all-natural ways to help you fall asleep faster.
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    Proper Hydration is Still Important During Winter Months

    by User Not Found | Mar 02, 2016
    Dehydration doesn’t only occur on a hot summer day. If you’re participating in a physically demanding activity in cold weather, staying properly hydrated is still very important. In fact, some would argue that it could be even more important to be aware of your hydration levels in the winter months.
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    5 Essential Steps for Better Heart Health

    by User Not Found | Feb 08, 2016
    Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. There are lifestyle changes you can make to help reduce your risk of heart disease. Try these five essential steps for better heart health.
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    Take These Six Steps to Avoid the Flu

    by User Not Found | Feb 01, 2016
    Basic hygiene can go a long way in help preventing the flu this winter.
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    Recipe: Quinoa and Vegetable Stuffed Peppers

    by User Not Found | Jan 26, 2016
    A unique twist on an old favorite. Ditch the rice and beef and add quinoa and vegetables. This recipe yields six servings so enjoy it with family for dinner or save the rest for lunch the next day!
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    Three-ingredient Smoothie Recipes

    by User Not Found | Jan 19, 2016
    Ready to shake things up? All you need is a blender, a few simple ingredients, and your favorite protein powder.
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    Car Seats and Winter Coats, A Dangerous Combination

    by User Not Found | Jan 15, 2016
    A bulky winter jacket and a car seat make for a dangerous combination that could prove fatal.
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    Five Apps to Download for Better Health

    by User Not Found | Jan 08, 2016
    From the best food choices to tracking your fitness, download these apps to jump start your health!
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    Ask the Parent Coach

    by User Not Found | Jan 05, 2016
    Riverside Pediatric Associates is hosting a series of monthly coaching events designed to give the answers you want to your biggest parenting questions.
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    COPC Physicians Give Firsthand Advice on Columbus Marathon

    by User Not Found | Oct 14, 2015
    At Central Ohio Primary Care, we have several physicians that have competed in marathons and half marathons. We took a few minutes to talk to three pediatricians from Ohio Center for Pediatrics who have all completed multiple half marathons. They shared their experiences, including how to prepare for a marathon, what to expect on race day, and how to properly fuel your body.
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