December 7, 2012


It’s cold and flu season!  If your child has a fever, there are several things you can do to control it. Remember, a fever is one of the signs that your child is ill, but a fever is a normal response to an infection. You should consult a physician if your child appears unusually ill, if the fever persists for more than three days, or if the fever is greater than 103.5 degrees by mouth. Click on the links below to learn several methods you can use at home to help bring your child’s temperature down.
June 3, 2012

Teen Suicide Prevention

Every one hour and forty–five minutes in this country a youth completes suicide. The numbers are staggering. Is this preventable? YES Between2005 and 2009, Idaho lost 74 students […]