October is National Children’s Health Month

Children often can be much more vulnerable than adults when it comes to food allergies and other feeding issues. Since good health practices are most likely to succeed when they begin during childhood, taking the steps towards a healthy childhood is important. Children’s Health Month is important to observe exercises to increase people’s awareness to protect and develop children’s health in the United States.

Ways to improve your children’s health

Go Outdoors!

Studies show that spending time in green, natural environments can have a positive impact on a children’s mental and physical health.

According to HRSA About one out of every 10 school-aged children in the United States have asthma, and every year, more than 10.5 million missed school days are attributed to this disease.

Increase Your Fruits and Veggies

There are tons of benefits for adding fruits and veggies in your children’s meal. Fruits and vegetables contain essential nutrients needed for growth and good health.


Oral Health is Important

Taking good care of your child’s teeth helps freshen breath, improve gum health and helps build strong and healthy teeth.  In the mornings and evenings prompt your child to brush their teeth.




Vaccinations (immunizations) are a way of creating immunity to certain diseases. Vaccinations are safe, cost-effective and not only protect the individual but others around them.