Taking Care of Your Family
Parents are the ultimate caregivers, from children's birth through adolescence. But kids don't come with maintenance manuals on caring for cuts and bumps, illnesses and serious injuries, or general wellness. Moms and dads also need to care for their own health and wellness, and sometimes for aging relatives.
Here you’ll find health news, research and Triangle resources to help you care for your family's health and well-being.
FEATURED HEALTH AND WELLNESS ARTICLES
The holiday season is a good time to remind yourself and family members of basic food safety tips:
Breastfeeding concerns affect the duration of breastfeeding, according to a recent study published in the journal Pediatrics.
Wake County SmartStart has collaborated with Farm to Child Care and Preventing Obesity by Design (POD-Wake) to change the way children eat and play in child-care centers.
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Get the latest updates on product recalls for safety.