Author: Vive Health

Five Tips for Encouraging Your Children to be More Independent

Research shows that the majority of parents throughout the country believe that responsibility and independence are some of the most important traits they can instill in their children. And, yet, many parents struggle when it comes to actually teaching these skills.     If you’re in this same boat and...

Everything New Parents Need to Know about Repetitive Strain Injuries
Everything New Parents Need to Know about Repetitive Strain Injuries

Brought to you by Vive Health. There are a lot of things no one warns you about when you become a parent for the first time. If there’s one subject that every new or soon-to-be parent should be debriefed on, it’s repetitive strain injuries (also known as RSIs) and how...

Five Summer Safety Tips Every Mom Should Know
Five Summer Safety Tips Every Mom Should Know

  Brought to you by Vive Health. Summer is here, and, if you’re like most parents, that means you and your kids are going to spending a lot more time running around outside.     If you want to enjoy your fun in the sun without worrying about burns, bites,...

Five Tips to Help You Lose the Baby Weight
Five Tips to Help You Lose the Baby Weight

Brought to you by Vive Health Studies show that the majority of new mothers (75 percent) weigh more one year postpartum than they did before becoming pregnant. However, just because it happens to the majority of women, that doesn’t mean it also has to happen to you. There are lots...

Eating for Energy and Health | 3 Tips for Moms

brought to you by Vive Health Are you looking for natural, healthy ways to boost your energy levels? With the end of another school year looming over you, you may already be fretting about keeping up with the kids this summer. Don’t miss these tips for incorporating smart, thoughtful food...

Five Best Exercises to Help New Moms Avoid Back Pain

As a new mom, your day probably seems like a never-ending stream of bending over and picking up your baby from the floor, their crib, and their car seat. And, when you’re not picking your baby up, you’re probably carrying them from one of these locations to another. With all...

Athlete’s Foot or Something Else?

Heading into summer with kids means lots of sweaty shoes and trips to the pool. It’s tough to know sometimes if an itchy, bumpy foot could be athlete’s foot or something else like dermatitis, eczema, or sweat rash. If you are concerned about athlete’s foot, don’t miss this essential guide: ...

Five Things Every Parent Should Keep in Their First Aid Kit

Brought to you by Vive Health  Whether they’re toddlers or teenagers, there’s no denying that kids are accident prone. While there are, of course, times when accidents require a doctor’s care, the majority of accidents that kids get into can be treated at home with a well-stocked first aid kit. Read on...

Bathroom Safety Checklist for Busy Moms

Over the years, bath time for babies and kids often transitions from “Oh no, don’t wet my head!” to “Oh yeah! Time to play with my bath toys!”. While necessary for keeping your little ones clean (even if it’s just for a few hours), baths aren’t without their own dangers....

A Mom’s Guide to Sprains

The bumps, bruises, and goose eggs that come with raising children don’t seem to stop until about the kids enter high school; and by that time you’ve moved on to more serious injuries that come with playing sports or your teen’s new skateboarding hobby. No matter what ache or pain...

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