Series THTC Healthy Tip Tuesday

It’s Apple Picking Time Ya’ll!

Apple season is upon us, and nothing says Fall like going to an apple orchard to pick a fresh one with family or friends! According to Agriculture Marketing Resource Center, Ohio is a top 10 producer of apples in the United States, growing around 50 varieties of apples. There are many great apple orchards throughout …

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The Difficult Conversation about our Children’s Weight.

With September being National Childhood Obesity Awareness month it is essential to stay vigilant of what children are taking into their bodies nutritionally. Monitoring and talking about weight with children can lead to a lifetime of health consequences if obesity becomes an issue in a child. Read on to learn more about why it is …

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Another one Bites the Dust!

Many children and adults are still enjoying the warmer sunny evenings and playing outside on the weekends. It is a great time of year to spend the weekend biking in cooler weather as a family. Sometimes though a crash on a bicycle, skateboard, or dirt bike might happen, people may say “another one bites the …

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Don’t forget to Brush those Pearly Whites!

Dental care is often something that can be easily neglected in the younger years, but everyone needs those pearly whites. Tooth decay is the number one leading chronic illness in America. Read on to learn more about the connection between dental and physical health, and prevention methods to avoid continuous trips to the dentist.

The Risk of Sports Related Injuries

Now that school has started back up and Fall is gearing up, it is time for all things football, soccer, cross country, and more. Sports are a normal part of many people’s lives during the school year that we look forward to, but with anything else, there are risks involved. Read on to learn more …

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Healthier Options for Eating out

Most people enjoy the convenience and options of eating out for meals, but it can be difficult to keep a healthy diet when one is eating out often. Most Americans eat out on average five days a week. Not only can this be costly, but it can lead to a poor diet. Read on to …

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It’s time to take the Shot: Get Immunized Today!

August is National Immunization Awareness Month, an annual observance highlighting the importance of vaccination for people of all ages. Healthy officials indicate that vaccines keep a child healthy and confer herd immunity, protecting immunocompromised individuals in our families, neighborhoods, and communities. Read on to learn more about the importance of getting immunizations, where to get …

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988… It’s as easy as 123!!!

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline has existed since 2005, and now it is as easy as 988 to call someone for support. The Lifeline has been an invaluable resource for people to use in a suicide crisis situation, and now a new initiative has made it even easier for people to connect with trained counselors …

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Concerned about the Four-Legged Friend?

Most people love seeing our four-legged friend, the puppy dog, and they have actually been known to provide therapeutic support. However, some friends and family may be a little more nervous around dogs than others. That could be for a variety of reasons, and one of the biggest ones could be a dog bite. It …

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Let’s get down to Bathroom Business

Often times toddlers and young children can struggle with constipation or hard bowel movements, and this is often a worry for parents. While this is something to monitor, it is important to realize what’s normal for one child may be different from what’s normal for another one. Read on to learn more about the uncomfortable …

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