Keeping Exercise-Induced Asthma at Bay

Typically, we think about asthma being triggered by smoke, pollen and other environmental factors, but exercise can be a major trigger for many children. In fact, about 80 percent of children with asthma experience asthma symptoms when they exercise.

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Power of Protein

All children need to have a healthy diet and eat balanced meals. But where does protein fit in? And how much of it should your child consume?

Protein plays an important role in maintaining a healthy diet. It helps build …

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Proper Heading Techniques

Young children need to learn to use their head properly to play soccer – as in correctly heading the soccer ball.

“Heading” is a term used when a player strikes a ball in the air with his or her forehead, …

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Most athletes, adults and children alike, do not drink enough fluids to replace those lost by the body during exercise. In fact, by the time most active children become thirsty, they have already lost important fluids, along with sodium and

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Pre-Game Meals

Kids Sports Magazine

When to eat, what to eat and what to avoid before the big game

Kids may not seem to care about their pregame diet, but you can bet they care about how they feel and perform on the playing field …

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