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Common Winter Injury Prevention Tips

Winter weather can lead to more than just itchy, dry skin and flu season. Winter injuries are a real possibility for many people. A combination of poor traction and certain activities caused by snow and ice are a cause for concern for many people in snowy regions. 

However, once you learn about some common winter injuries, you can also prepare for them. Here are some common winter injuries and what you can do to help prevent them.

Image of a man shoveling snow. Read our tips on winter injury prevention.

Resources to Help Get Your Kids Moving

Watching what you eat is very important, but staying active can go a long way toward maintaining a healthy lifestyle, especially for the nation’s youth. Childhood obesity is a growing problem in this country, with one in three kids being listed as overweight or obese according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Children should do 60 minutes of physical activity a day, and there are plenty of ways that kids can attain that goal. Here are some fun activities that your children can do to help fight against the threat of obesity.

Image of children running. Staying active can help your kids stay fit and prevent obesity. Learn how to keep your children active and healthy.

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