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July Healthy Child Newsletter

July Healthy Child Newsletter

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Published by Shiketa Morgan
A Monthly Healthy Child Newsletter.
A Monthly Healthy Child Newsletter.

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Published by: Shiketa Morgan on Jul 18, 2010
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On July 15, 2010, the Consumer product Safety Commission an-nounced the recall of 20,000 Cozy Indoor Outdoor Portable PlayardTents Plus Cabana Kits by Tots n Mind. It is recommended thatconsumers immediately stop using the playard tents!For more information on the recall visit the U.S Consumer Productsafety Commission site: http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/ prhtml10/10303.html
 Preventing Injuries at Home
Keep your children safe this Summer by following these Summer Safety tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
Sun Safety
1. Dress your child in cotton clothing, sunglasses and a hat with a three inch brimor a bill facing forward.2. Limit sun exposure during the hours of 10:00am-4:00pm and stay in shadewhen possible.3. On sunny and cloudy days use a sunscreen with a SPF of 15 or greater to pro-
tect your child’s skin from harmful UV rays.
 4. Apply one ounce of sunscreen per sitting . Reapply sunscreen every 2-hoursincluding after swimming and sweating.
Bug Safety
1. Avoid the use of scented soaps, hairsprays and perfumes on your child.2. Stay away from areas where bugs congregate such as: uncovered food, bloom-ing flowers and stagnate water.3. Avoid dressing your child in flowery print and bright colors4. Use an insect repellent that contains DEET. **Avoid the use of an insect repel-lent that contain sunscreen, because insect repellent need not be reapplied toskin. For more information on DEET, visit the following website:
The Healthy ChildNewsletter
“Keeping Your Child
this Summer” 
Summer Safety Tips
In this issue:
Sun Safety
 Bug Safety
 Product Recall
Healthy & SafeEating on Vacation
Fun with Fruit
Whole food supple-ments
This Newsletter iscompliments of:Learning Days, LLC 
July 2010
Learning Days3533 N. Lindbergh Blvd.St. Ann, Mo 63074www.learningdays.com(314) 209-0065
Email: learningdays
Volume 1, Issue 4
Many parents give their children multi vitamins as an additional supplement. However, whole food supplements are bet-ter and safer for children. Whole food supplements are free of preservatives and artificial flavors. Dr. William Sears,
America’s Leader pediatrician and childcare expert recommends Juice Plus for his “Little Patients” and for all children.Whole food supplements bridge the gap between what we should eat and what we don’t eat. For more information about
Juice Plus, visit the Learning Days, Healthy Families Juice Plus site: http://learningdaysjuiceplus.comChildren love to be creative with their food. Making fruit bouquets are a greatway to get children to explore the great taste of the season!Wash the fruit thoroughly and remove any unwanted stems.You will need bamboo skewers for the bouquet ,grapes, Star & Flower Shaped cookie cutter, pineapple slices, kiwi , cantaloupe and strawberries.Cut a small melon in half and cut decorative edges, after your child slides thefruit onto the skewer, poke the skewers into the melon until it is a full fruit bouquet!Source: http://www.schnuckscooks.comThe American Diabetic Association says that Summer vacations are a time to relax, revitalize andenjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of new places. However, when it comes to maintaining a health-ful eating plan on vacation, you can still enjoy the new, fun and exciting foods that come with trav-eling without packing on the pound. In the eatright.org article: Healthful and safe Eating on Vaca-tion article, the following tips were provided:1. Sample small amounts of high calorie foods2. Share Large portions3. Set meal times and stick to them4. Pack a cooler with fruits & vegetables5. Deli sandwiches and yogurt make great lunches6. Wash hands when after using restrooms and pack hand sanitizer 7.
Don’t let food sit unrefrigerated for more than 2
Healthy & Safe Eating on Family Vacations
Whole Food SupplementsFun with Fruit!
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Thanks for reading this month’s Healthy Child Newsletter. ~ 
 Shiketa Morgan, Owner/Director 

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