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Most of us are familiar with the physical benefits of sport participation: lower resting heart rate, lower body fat percentage, higher bone density, etc. The physical benefits of regular sport participation seem to be endless. However, the holistic model of health, which includes emotional, cognitive, and social aspects, seems to provide the nuanced approach that is necessary to assess the … Read More

On September 28, 2015, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released new recommendations on how parents can better manage technology in their children’s lives. With the understanding that mobile devices have become more accessible to children and infants, the AAP intends to help parents become more engaged with their children through the use of digital … Read More

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