Attending or returning to school can be difficult for kids with acute illnesses. But there are strategies that parents and caregivers can use to help facilitate returning to school after an acute illness.
For teenagers, the sleep loss caused by Daylight Saving Time can be even more pronounced than it is for adults, which can lead to drowsy driving.
School-based Health Centers are a great community resource and play an active role in providing health care for children.
Asthma is a leading cause of school absenteeism, accounting for 30% of all missed school days or about 14 million absences each school year.
Packing a healthy and tasty school lunch can seem like a daunting task. Try using the MyPlate method, developed by USDA.