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    It’s that time of year again: whether your kids are already off school or gearing up, it’s time for summer fun—camp whether for the day or overnight, weekend adventures, and maybe even some outdoor camp outs under the stars. All that means your kid (or you!) will probably be lugging a backpack or duffel bag with them on their impending adventures. What should that bag contain when you’re sending your kid with a chronic health condition off on an adventure?   Day camp or day trip packing with medical conditions  Much like what you’d send a kid to school with, packing your kid up for a day camp or day trip for a hike, fishing, or other outing is
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    As I shared in our post on Wednesday, falls are most common in older adults, and children under 5 years old. These populations are most likely to sustain serious injury from falls. Children under 5 are not the only ones at risk of fall related injury, however. Infants, pre-schoolers, children and adolescents all have specific risks that may affect them, whether that is how their body has developed to a certain point—as is the case with babies and younger children—or the activities they are taking part in, where “riskier” activities and sports are the norm. Small child standing on a chair reaching for something. Falls Prevention for Infants Infants are most likely


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