Last week, AEvans suggested that we choose a topic related to children’s advocacy, so this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration theme is keeping your kids healthy!
Whether you have children or not, writing about children’s health is a great thing to do. We were, after all, all children at some point, and most certainly we have some children in our lives, so take this week’s theme as an opportunity to write about things like children’s nutrition, common kids’ injuries, pediatricians, infant health, child allergies, and the like!
Here are some titles you can consider using that I have already keyword researched and found to be promising: 5 Major Kids Health Issues Every Parent Should Address How to Maintain Kids’ Health How to Fight Childhood Obesity A Primer on Healthy Eating for Kids Nutrition for Kids 101 5 Delicious and Healthy Meals for Kids The 5 Most Common Childhood Illnesses Important Tips on Hygiene for Kids Fun Fitness for Kids 10 Health Tips for Kids A Guide to Children’s Mental Health 5 Healthy Habits for Kids An Essential Guide to Health and Safety for Children The Basic Nutritional Requirements for Children The Importance of Dental Health for Kids
If you'd like to join in on this week's topic by writing a Hub, follow these steps:
1) Click here to visit this week's topic. 2) Click the green button "answer this question". 3) Click the gray button below the box (leave that empty) that says "make a Hub about it." 4) Give your Hub a very specific title, like Easy Summer Gardening Projects for Kids or Challenging Summer Activities for Teens 5) Create good quality original content that hasn't been covered before. 6) After you publish your Weekly Topic Inspiration Hub, come back to this forum thread and post a link to your Hub with a brief description of what you wrote about and why.
I just saw this weeks topic, I published one about the school lunch program and child obesity on 01/06. I would like to link it here in participation, though wanted to have proper permission in doing so first.
Thanks, Melovy! I already wrote the hub after thinking about it this week, so I was unable to place it in the "answer this question" as stated above. This is my first time to write for a Weekly Hub Topic.
Hahahaha Simone - they are cute kids. I actually thought about posing my own children brushing their teeth for me to take photographs, but I wrote this when they were at school today. And babies are cuter. :-)
I love this topic and I could not resist throwing my hat in Children are a precious resource in this world and it is up to all of us to keep them healthy and happy. This hub concerns their mental health.
There are many more, but those are the most common. RSV is the most dangerous and the most deadly in infants.Impetigo is nasty and we have seen that in ER. I believe teaching your kids to wash their hands can lower the chances of spreading germs.
Just want to share my hints for healthy kids by writing about healthy eating for kids. I'm new at this and I'm not sure if I'm doing this right. I've enjoyed reading others' thoughts and suggestions on this topic.
K9keystrokes, that’s pretty much how I felt when I started getting emails from manufacturers in reply to my queries about their organic canned foods. I had read that ‘almost all’ cans had this in their linings and assumed the ones that didn’t would be organic, but that wasn’t so. A large British supermarket chain was very polite in their reply and since then have changed their packaging so organic pulses are in cartons - whether my email to them had any effect I have no idea. One small manufacturer sent me an incredibly rude reply, that more or less translated as I was stupid and neurotic. When the EU announced the ban on BPA in babies’ bottles I was delighted, and not just because I’d been proved right! :-)
Thanks for reading the hub, and Simone, thanks to you too.
I loved your video, I really did. I was thinking my kids might be a little old to do this... Then, I thought "oh what the heck, I will make a sock puppet myself WITHOUT them." I used to make them when I was a kid, great memories. But, I must confess mine weren't nearly as cool. You know: nothing more than button eyes and some lame nose that was always falling off. Anyway, I really enjoyed your hub, K9!
I was watching the video during my lunch and got so caught up in it that I was late picking my students up! So I'll haveto watch it later when I get home but I can say I wish I had seen this a few days earlier, I would have planned this craft for my daughter's birthday party tomorrow!
We all were kids once and as youngsters we didn't find breakfast to be at the top of the menu. I wanted to write about the topic of breakfast being an important meal for kids. Not only because of the essential vitamins and minerals needed to keep them alert in class, but also to benefit them with a balanced diet without always having to eat a stack of pancakes, or eating a wholesome bowl of oatmeal. So my hub is basically about a few alternative breakfast ideas, that any parent can pick up at the local supermarket. Kids as many of us also know are also always in a hurry to get out the door. To add they like to fuss with their meals, or find them downright boring. I figured this article would help remind those moms and other parents, that there are substitute breakfast alternatives to give to their children, that were around when we were kids. And at the same time they will benefit from all of the same vitamins and minerals found within these alternative breakfast solutions. You can read about it further in my article at this link http://jlbowden.hubpages.com/hub/Substi … ternatives
Supporting children with cancer is more than creating a Barbie with no hair. More than anything, they need your love and support, and opportunities to grow - that will help them survive, and move beyond this traumatic disease. http://eliminatecancer.hubpages.com/hub … ald-Barbie
My latest on this subject. Being British, I would never have known to use this title, as it’s not an expression we commonly use, but my husband watches far more American television than I do, so he was able to enlighten me! http://melovy.hubpages.com/hub/Nutrition-for-Kids-101
I must be the slowest hub writer around and that was me on a mission!! My hub is about why we must encourage a healthy attitude towards eating and exercising in our children....Hang on just got to get the link....:d... http://debbieroberts.hubpages.com/t/2ca225
Yet another one from me. I think this is hub Number 4 - I’m losing count and still have more! I LOVE this topic. This one is a recipe hub and required a bit of help from one of my daughters to make the healthy snack. http://melovy.hubpages.com/hub/5-Delici … s-for-Kids
Melovy, you are on such a fantastic roll! This might be my favorite Hub of all the Hub's you've published for this topic- mostly because I LOVE all of the step-by-step photos, and the meals look GREAT! I've got to give some of these a try.
This took me forever this week to complete, but it's finally finished! I was going to cover the five common illnesses for children, but it was getting to be way too long. I focused on three: RSV, Croup (which my son had twice!) and Whooping Cough.
Hey everyone! The new WTI thread is up! Since I've been hearing and reading about a bunch of folks' home improvement projects, I thought that make a good topic for the following week. Stop by the new thread to join in on the fun!
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