You need to be at school to learn. I get that. Missing school for frivolous reasons is harmful to the student and the school. So incentives to get kids to school make sense from that standpoint. But, at what cost?
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we look back at the valuable contribution women have played in establishing Cook Children’s. This week, we look at Mrs. W.I. (Matilda M.) Cook.
Between cranky children, sunburns, rainy days and things not going as planned, spring break can cause a tremendous amount of stress. But a little planning in advance can be big in having a stress-free vacation.
With the recent increase in young athletes specializing in baseball year round, there are several key things that are important for them to know to prevent injuries. Baseball players should be educated about posture, strength, warm-ups, pitch counts and proper throwing technique.
When we think of eating disorders, we generally picture painfully slim women and girls emulating even thinner models in the media; rarely do we imagine a teenage boy picking at a salad or putting in hours on the treadmill. Nonetheless, one in 10 of those diagnosed with eating disorders are male.
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we look back at the valuable contribution women have played in establishing Cook Children’s.
A HIPP isn’t on your body, an OOPs isn’t a mistake and covering your child isn’t just for blankets. Trust us, this all will make sense, and maybe your insurance coverage too, when you read this article.
We know what most of you think when you hear the words health insurance. You probably don’t want to hear much about it. Let’s face it, it’s not a quick read, it’s not always an easy read and it can be hard to understand the entire policy. But in today’s climate, it’s vitally important to...
Insurance plans are kind of like snowflakes. Many of them exist and may even look the same at first glance, but each one is different. The more you know about the kinds of policies available, the easier it will be to find the one that fits your family’s needs.
Shopping for insurance or choosing between plans offered by your employer can be confusing and overwhelming, but if you're armed with the right questions, you can make wise choices that are best for you and the needs of your family.
Concerning news came out this week of an unidentified virus in California that shares symptoms of polio. Read an interview from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Deputy Director of the Division of Viral Diseases.