Taking proper steps to prevent breast cancer is important for everyone, not just people who are aware of it because it “runs in the family.” In fact, while many people are still under the assumption that breast cancer is largely a genetic disease, research suggests that this is hardly the case.
Back to school often means a trip back to the doctor for kids and their parents. Your little germ magnets get exposed to coughs, colds, sore throats, and sniffles. They trade viruses faster than Pokémon cards, so ailments spread swiftly through the young crowd.
Unless you have numbness in your fingers or toes—or wounds that seem to take forever to heal —you probably don’t give your circulatory system a lot of thought. Yet the blood that flows through the highways and byways of your circulatory system provides the billions of cells throughout your body with the oxygen and the nutrients they need to function.
It seems like life gets increasingly hectic—and more expensive—with the start of each new school year. Homework, carpooling, after school activities, the list goes on and on. It’s easy to skimp on healthy meals in an attempt to save both time and money. Instead, check out these kid-friendly dinner ideas that can help minimize your time in the kitchen while maximizing nutrition.