Are your kids famished when they get home from school? Kids often hit the kitchen right when they get home and begin the search for something to eat. After being at school all day, it’s inevitable they will… Read More
Photo Credit: Vicki Vargason On June 20, 2015, a two-year-old boy in Bay County, Florida, drowned in his family’s above-ground pool after being able to get out of the house undetected. Drowning is a very real risk for… Read More
Mothers learned creative ways to encourage their children to eat fruits and vegetables at a fun workshop with our Family & Consumer Sciences Agent III, Shelly Swenson!
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New bill would require booster seats for children four years old through age five. For several years, Florida has been the most dangerous state for children between the ages of 4 and 10 traveling in vehicles. Florida is… Read More
Going to the beach or pool is a popular summer activity but did you know a child can drown in as little as one inch of water? Drowning is usually quick and silent. A child will lose consciousness… Read More
In cooperation with the afterschool program at the Shadeville Elementary school, a second cooking school series was held. Through the leadership of Kim Ruiz, site director and Deb VanHorn, overall coordinator, ten young people (this time all girls)… Read More
I knew it would happen – the new colorful disks of dish and laundry detergent have caused the death of a child!! A 7-month old Florida boy died after swallowing a candy-colored liquid laundry packet. The Florida Poison… Read More