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Supersister Weekend Roundup: Talking to Your Kids About Swine Flu

Posted by Jen on May 2, 2009 at 10:18 AM in Supersister Weekend Roundup
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Has swine flu frenzy hit your house? Are your kids worried about getting sick or wondering what's going on? Here's a collection of helpful resources about staying safe and healthy--in your mind as well as your body.

If your kids are scared about the flu or other big things happening in the news these days, here's good advice about how to begin a conversation that will put everyone at ease. And if you're wondering what's appropriate for your five year old vs. your eight year old, here's age appropriate advice for everyone in your family.

Need to know the details about swine flu? Check out the specifics about how the virus works and then head on over to this great resource from the CDC about how to avoid germs of all kinds, especially during a time like this. And if you're looking for information specifically geared towards children, don't miss this from Kid's Health.


Veronica writes...

Very useful!

Dr. Todd Schafer
Pomona Podiatry

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