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13 Sep

Hope Always

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As you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.  I was impacted by breast cancer after my own mother was diagnosed at age 36. She died from the disease at the age of 39. As a nurse, I have always been interested in acute and curative medicine. When looking at charitable giving, I naturally drift
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11 Sep

Year-Round Swimming Lessons Make A Difference for Your Child

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Well-meaning parents operate with the best intentions, and when it comes to swimming lessons, many parents are intentional in signing their kids up for lessons during the spring and summer months in preparation for the many fun-filled days they plan on spending by the pool. But what about what many consider the “off-season?” Are swimming
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03 Sep

Understanding When Childhood Drowning Most Often Occurs

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When people picture what it looks like to drown, many see a cartoon-like image of someone wildly flailing their arms and splashing while bobbing about in the middle of a pool or a lake. What people don’t realize is that drowning is almost always nearly silent, and it doesn’t take a large body of water
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14 Aug

5 Reasons to Take Year-Round Swimming Lessons in Katy

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When the warm weather hits, swimming lessons in Katy are at the top of every parent’s list. After all, swim lessons are a great way to keep a child physically active while still encouraging youngsters to learn valuable life-saving skills. Unfortunately, families have the tendency to cool off from swim lessons when the weather wanes
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22 Jul

Three Reasons to Enroll Your Child in Survival Swim Lessons

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Gone are the days when it was thought kids should be in preschool before they learn how to swim. As we now know (and as the American Academy of Pediatrics now openly acknowledges), children as young as one year of age should be taking survival swim lessons. A parent’s knee-jerk reaction to this is fear.
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17 Jul

The Six Layers of Protection for Maximum Pool Safety

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Drowning is quick, silent and it’s 100 percent preventable. Sadly, according to the World Health Organization, an estimated 360,000 drowning deaths occur worldwide with children having access to water being among those at the greatest risk. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution to pool safety. This is why drowning prevention advocates have developed what is known as
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02 Jul

Survival Swim Lessons Reduces Drowning Risk

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As temperatures begin to soar, school comes to an end and the workday is over, we all have one thing on our minds: Let’s get in the water! Whether it’s hanging out in the pool, the lake, the ocean or even heading out on a motorboat, we all love cooling off by spending time in
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20 Jun

Tragic Toddler Drowning Raises Awareness About the Importance of Survival Swim Lessons

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There are many steps we, as parents, take before and while raising our little ones to ensure their safety. We adhere to recommended nutritional guidelines. We diligently follow instructions about the proper installation of infant and booster seats. We take them to the doctor and dentist regularly for their health and well-being. What is sadly
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30 May

How Swimming Lessons Can Help Kids with School

  • Posted by Nadine Yu
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When most parents sign their children up for swim lessons, they do so with the intention of their youngsters learn lifesaving water safety skills. But swimming lessons benefit children in more ways than one. In fact, lessons can even help your child excel in his or her learning at school.   Greater Self Confidence Research
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22 May

A Forgotten Danger: Pool Drain Safety

  • Posted by Nadine Yu
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Have you heard of the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool & Spa Safety Act (VGB Act)? It was enacted in 2007 after a 7-year-old girl named Vigrinia Graeme Baker died due to suction from a malfunctioning drain. The powerful suction was even too much for her mother to pull her away from the drain. It took
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