It’s summer time, so let’s talk about “dry drowning”

We need to demystify “dry drowning” – we need to remember that anything that “clutter’s up your Facebook feed you should really take with a grain of salt. Children can only flail on the surface of the water for about 20 seconds, then this causes the epiglottis to spasm and then once the child goes […]

LICE season

Spring & Summer = LICE season Transmission modes: 95-98% of lice is spread through head-to-head contact (hugging, group selfies, whispering); the rest is through sharing of hats, hair brushes, pillows and such. Lice can’t jump. They have no knees or hind legs. They can move very fast though strands of hair. Some kids can get […]