Crunchy Vegetarian Taquitos Recipe
Crunchy Vegetarian Taquitos Recipe

These taquitos prove that you don’t have to fry food to make it crispy and delicious. Ingredients 10 medium mushrooms 1 red bell pepper 1/2 bunch cilantro 1/4 cup green salsa 1/3 cup cream cheese 1 can (or 2 cups) black beans juice of 1 lime 1 tsp cumin 15 small tortillas Instructions Clean mushrooms … Continue reading “Crunchy Vegetarian Taquitos Recipe”

How to feed a teenage boy without breaking the bank
How to feed a teenage boy without breaking the bank

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  • Provide your teen with healthy choices, but don’t nag or lecture.
  • Prepare healthy snacks ahead of time to make them easy to grab.
  • Preparing a well-thought-out grocery list will help discourage unhealthy and expensive impulse buys.
Homework strategies for children on the autism spectrum
Homework strategies for children on the autism spectrum

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  • Keep homework sessions predictable and realistic.
  • Learn your child's strengths and find ways to leverage those strengths when studying.
  • Communicate with teachers and find what resources may be available to you at home.
Guiding your freshman to a successful first year
Guiding your freshman to a successful first year

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  • The most common freshman problems are homesickness and stress.
  • Prepare your student several months before first term by letting them test life-skills from the safety of home and by investigating resources in advance.
  • Keep communication open by being an open-minded sounding board for their problems.
Teaching teens to connect without screens
Teaching teens to connect without screens

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  • Because screen use is an integral part of work, school, and personal time, learning a healthy balance in the pre-teen and teen years is important.
  • The rise of screens and social media has impacted how our kids' generation makes and maintains relationships.
  • Helping your teens learn to connect without screens requires both creativity and clear expectations.

Building Emotional and Mental Maturity
Building Emotional and Mental Maturity

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  • Building self-esteem begins in infancy but it's never too late to start helping kids feel capable.
  • Responsibility and accountability can be taught by insisting kids contribute at their development level.
  • Kids learn best how to be young adults by being given repeated chances to try, fail, and succeed in their home environment.
Is my teen ready for college?
Is my teen ready for college?

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  • Teens today are more academically but less emotionally prepared than previous generations.
  • Emotional maturity and preparation is a vital component for first-year college success.
  • Without preparation and support, freshman can find themselves isolated and overwhelmed.
Whole Grain Pita Pizzas
Whole Grain Pita Pizzas

These whole grain pita pizzas are kid-approved and easy for little hands to assemble. Kids are more likely to eat what they make, so these are a great way to get your kids to eat their veggies. And roasting vegetables in the oven makes them super yummy! Quick tip: Chopping vegetables up into smaller pieces … Continue reading “Whole Grain Pita Pizzas”

When a sore throat doesn’t need antibiotics
When a sore throat doesn’t need antibiotics

Antibiotics only work on bacterial infections. Most sore throats are caused by viral infections like colds or the flu. In these cases, antibiotics don’t work and can actually make you sick longer. Taking antibiotics for a viral infection won’t cure your sore throat, keep others from catching it, or help you feel better. In these … Continue reading “When a sore throat doesn’t need antibiotics”

Dr. Kevin Nelson joins our Payson office
Dr. Kevin Nelson joins our Payson office

We are excited to announce that Dr. Kevin Nelson joined our office in Payson this July 2016. A board-certified pediatrician, Dr. Nelson is also a father of four. He and his family live in Payson, Utah. Dr. Nelson has a special interest in promoting healthy lifestyles for children and their families and has many years … Continue reading “Dr. Kevin Nelson joins our Payson office”

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