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This ready-to-use copy promotes timely health information by spotlighting topics in the Healthwise® Knowledgebase. Use the copy below on your website or social media sites and create links to the related Healthwise Knowledgebase topics.

8 tips to choosing child care

Pediatric patient education content

Finding good child care can seem overwhelming and a bit scary. It is an important decision. But if you take your time and do some research, you can find a place where your child can play, learn, and be well taken care of. Learn what to look for, how to select child care that’s right for your family, and how to help your child adjust. [Create a hyperlink to the Choosing Child Care topic on your website. DOCHWID=aa43308]

Easier to make them than break them 

Teaching your kids to learn healthy habits may sound impossible. But it’s much easier than you think—and a lot easier than having to break bad habits later. Here’s a one-stop resource for helping your kids get into healthy habits today. [Create a hyperlink to the Healthy Habits for Kids topic on your website. DOCHWID=aba5985]

Children get stressed too

Inner strength, often called “resilience,” is the ability to cope with stressful situations. Children who are resilient are more likely to grow into healthy, happy adults even when faced with problems. And they gain several lifelong benefits too. Find out what you can do to help children learn inner-life practices that can strengthen them and keep them going. [Create a hyperlink to the Helping Your Child Build Inner Strength on your website. DOCHWID=aba5885]

Build them up so no one can tear them down

Inner strength, often called “resilience,” is the ability to cope with stressful situations. Children who are resilient are more likely to grow into healthy, happy adults even when faced with problems. And they gain several lifelong benefits too. Find out what you can do to help children learn inner-life practices that can strengthen them and keep them going. [Create a hyperlink to the Helping Your Child Build Inner Strength topic on your website. DOCHWID=aba5885]

Face uncomfortable conversations

Talking to your teen or adolescent about problems can be hard. But it’s worth the effort, especially if your child is acting out or seems worried. Schedule a quiet time and private place to talk about his or her concerns. Here are a few pointers to help you talk with your teen about problems. [Create a hyperlink to the Talking to Your Adolescent or Teen About Problems topic on your website. DOCHWID=aa52366]

Teasers for social media or your website (less than 140 characters)

  • 8 important things to consider when choosing child care [Insert a shortened URL to the Choosing Child Care topic on your website. DOCHWID=aa43308]
  • Start early with healthy habits. Here’s help with guiding your child to a healthier path. [Insert a shortened URL to the Healthy Habits for Kids topic on your website. DOCHWID=aba5985]
  • Use this tool to help your child take action against stress. [Insert a shortened URL to the Stress Management: Helping Your Child With Stress Actionset on your website. DOCHWID=aba5971]
  • How to build up your child’s confidence so no one can tear it down. [Insert a shortened URL to the Helping Your Child Build Inner Strength topic on your website. DOCHWID=aba5885]
  • Learn to communicate with your teen through asking questions, listening, and solving problems together. [Insert a shortened URL to the Talking to Your Adolescent or Teen About Problems topic on your website. DOCHWID=aa52366]

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