Halloween Safety Tips for Children

October 28, 2019

There’s no doubt that Halloween is the most popular holiday for children. To ensure that children have a safe holiday, The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) provides the following tips: ALL DRESSED UP Plan costumes that are bright and reflective. Make sure that shoes fit well and that costumes are short enough to prevent tripping, […]

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Is Pain Keeping You Up at Night?

October 21, 2019

Is pain keeping you up at night?   Daylight Savings Time ends on November 3rd and we get another hour of sleep. Whether we “spring forward” or “fall back,” our sleep patterns can become a bit jumbled. Ben Franklin—of “early to bed and early to rise” fame—was reportedly the first person to suggest the daylight […]

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Teen Anti-Bullying Advocate Goes to Congress

October 14, 2019

In grade school, Charles Kolin, was bullied, called names, excluded from groups and shunned by classmates. Now, nine years later, Charles turned his life around and is creating awareness of how bullying affects kids and teens and needs to be stopped. His past bullying inspired him to seek a platform to create more tolerance, kindness, acceptance […]

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Adventures with Moxie

October 7, 2019

One good deed—or in this case, dog—deserves another. That’s the inspiration behind Moxie’s Mission. Moxie’s Mission is the brainchild of Katie Harris, who was born with a disabling condition, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome—and whose life has been greatly enriched by a mini-goldendoodle named Moxie, her service dog in training. Salonpas sat down with Wellness Warrior, Katie […]

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