Sit in during a children’s play session and chances are, you will spot a few of them W-sitting – or in other words, resting their bottom between their feet with legs to either side. For years, various healthcare experts have warned… more ›
Headaches are common in children and teens. A study revealed that 56% of boys and 74% of girls between 12 and 17 reported having a headache within the past month. By 15 years old, 5% of children and teens have… more ›
Many of us believe that a good exercise should result in throbbing joints and aching muscles.
However, that pain don’t necessarily mean you’re having a better exercise session.
In fact, that horrible achy feeling probably means you’ve overdone it a little and… more ›