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  • Bullying is a Real Concern for Parents

    Do you worry about your kids being bullied at school? My girls are adults, so I haven’t thought about this for a while, but a recent study found 8-of-10 parents are worried their children might get bullied.1

    There is cause for concern when 22% of students ages 12-18 were bullied at school; and 20% of high school students say they were bullied on school property at least once in the past 12 months.2

    bullying-special-needs-kidsBullying can be direct (happening in the presence of the targeted person) or it can be indirect (accomplished by spreading rumors and telling others to exclude the targeted person). It can be physical, verbal or relational (social isolation, rumor spreading, posting of embarrassing images, etc.).

    Kids with special health needs—such as diabetes, epilepsy or food allergies—may have a higher risk of being bullied. One of the reasons why N-Style ID created medical jewelry that is stylish and fun is to help minimize the stigma of health concerns. Continue reading

  • Health Tip: Heat Exhaustion

    It's summer and that means more people are spending time outside. While you probably already know to guard against sunburn, you may not have thought to be on the lookout for heat exhaustion. This dangerous condition occurs Continue reading

  • Health Tip: CPR

    CPR stands for Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation, and it is a concept that is far older than most people think. In 1740 the Paris Academy of Sciences recommended mouth-to-mouth resuscitation for drowning victims. In 1891 Dr. Friedrich Maass used chest compressions on a human, but it wasn’t until 1903 when Dr. George Crile successfully used this intervention.

    Now we rely on CPR as an emergency method of saving lives while waiting for medical help to arrive. But, how do you know when to use CPR? Continue reading

  • June is National Safety Month

    2016-06-Newsletter2.v2June is National Safety Month, a time set aside to focus on reducing the leading causes of injury and death in the nation. Continue reading

  • Health Tip: Summer Safety for Kids

    Many school districts end their year by mid-May, which means a lot of kids end up with some free time on their hands. Even if your children know how to stay safe, it helps to remind them and reinforce safe habits. Here are some safety tips to help kick summer off on the right foot this year: Continue reading

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