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Sleep is as valuable in the teen years as in younger childhood. Too little sleep decreases cognitive function, and a teens ability to remember what they have learned. Take the time to read the link below and talk to you teen about planning and committing to a good night sleep. Making sleep a priority is […]
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5xM1fsngX0?rel=0&w=853&h=480] Even if you have never watched Keeping up with the Joneses KUWTJ before now (are you under a rock?!) you will LOVE this message on climate change and health risk. Dengue, Gastro…. no mo’!
Knowledge is power! Come, learn, share.
IT’S CHRISTMAS AGAIN… and Christmas time represents family, fellowship, food and fun. This year will be no different for many of us, and of course, there is always the temptation to over indulge. Children are always a big part of Christmas festivities and while we want them to have a Merry Christmas and make many memories […]
~ Alexis Goffe, Counselling Psychologist On February 16 2012, I attended the Jamaica Cancer Society’s Anti-Tobacco Forum that was attended by over two hundred high school students. While much information was presented, three main facts stood out for me: 1) Tobacco is a serial killer – In the 20th century, tobacco killed 100 million people […]
There are numerous studies that demonstrate the dangers of over exposure to media for children. In this revised document from the AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) new research is brought o bear on the rapidly expanding problem of electronic media and child development. Language delay, Obesity and Aggression are only a few of the developmental problems directly […]
Our very own Alexis Goffe will be presenting!