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Journal Entry C headerYour military child’s mental health
This Mental Health Month, think about your kids’ emotional wellness and how you can best nurture their mental health.
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Journal Entry D source codeSchool tips for kids with ADHD
Make sure your child with ADHD maintains healthy habits during the school year. Learn more.
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Journal Entry D source codePredicting body weight from childhood to adulthood
Now you can calculate your child’s risk of becoming obese with a simple online calculator.
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Journal EntryStart your children’s good sleep habits early
Sleep is an essential part of post-exercise recovery, and good sleep habits begin in childhood. A recent Canadian report on bringing up children as athletes provides valuable input for children at various ages.
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Journal EntryHealthy hearing habits for your children
Everyday noise pollution may not seem as bad as what Warfighters face, but children need to protect their hearing too. Help yours develop good hearing habits early, and they’ll be better prepared for whatever they face later in life.
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Journal Entry D source codeBe an advocate for healthy, “Fit Kids”!
Let someone at your children’s school know that they can get free help with physical education for grades 3 through 8 through the Operation Fit Kids program.
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Journal Entry“Feeling Thermometer” for children
Children often have trouble expressing their feelings in words. The FOCUS program provides a tool to help them communicate how they feel.
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Journal EntryMilitary kids—part of one big family
DoD wrapped up April as the Month of the Military Child with a graphic summary of how children fit into the U.S. military system.
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Journal EntryNeed help talking to your teen?
Here are some tips to help you talk to your teen about some of the tough issues they may have to face.
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Journal Entry ODS spreadsheetFDA to examine adding caffeine to foods
The FDA is investigating the recent trend of caffeine added to many food products and its possible effect on children and adolescents.
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