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Head lice is one of the prevalent parasitic diseases among children. We hear about it in schools and kindergartens. In order to prevent it, you should regularly check your child. But what should you do […]
It is always tough for children to come back to school routine school, after a nice relaxing vacation full of sleep, eat and have fun regardless of time limits. Accordingly, when it is time to start a new academic year, every child deals with anxiety which can be avoided by mentally preparing them in advance. The ways in which you can prepare your child really depends on the parents.
It is never easy for children to come to terms with a new phase in their lives – SCHOOL. The transformation from carefree preschoolers to responsible first-graders can be quite a change, especially if they are not prepared for it. To avoid facing certain difficulties and wisely preparing children for the first day at school, here are some guidelines.
Labelling school supplies is very useful for kids to identify their stuff from among make similar ones in school. It is also especially useful when someone in school finds a misplaced, lost or forgotten item and can easily trace it back to the child when there is a name on it!
Children whether going to school for the first time or they are returning to school after long summer holidays, tend to be reluctant before starting a new academic year. Parents in their turn should try to organize everything in the best way to show their support to the children.
It is already the middle of the August and it is almost time to prepare children for a new academic year. There are tons of things to be done at the beginning of the year. especially shopping for school stuff. Choosing proper school supplies requires a lot of time and a specific approach from parents. For parents of first-graders or teens, it’s important to be ready with the list of school stationery – and one of the essential school supplies on the checklist is a backpack.
If you really look, there are zillion tips online to maintain a healthy diet. But not all can be easily kept up over time. Dr Margit Slimakova, nutrition and health prevention specialist, spoke to us about 4 simple steps we could take to make a start!
Are carbs healthy? How many calories should a person eat daily? What should we eat? And what should we not consume? Victoria Papeskov spoke to Dr Margit Slimakova, specialist in prevention and nutrition to list down the most common misconceptions about food.
Maintaining health and nutrition while living or traveling abroad can be a real challenge. Even in Czechia it may be difficult to find good quality food and ingredients. So, we spoke to Dr Margit Slimakova about establishing healthy life habits in a family and what’s important to stay healthy.