Tag: Parents of Children 6-9

Retailers to Promote Updated Head Lice Treatments

"If you have young children in school, you’ve probably worried about them picking up lice. An estimated six to 12 million people deal with this itchy problem every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)."

Retailers to Promote Poison Ivy Remedies

"If you’re itching for a summer adventure, a trip to the beach or a hike in the park might be just what you need. But watch where you step; poison ivy could be near. We typically think of this plant as lying deep in the woods, but in fact it’s most commonly found in less remote areas: the edges of your backyard, the shoulder of a highway, even a sand dune on a beach, says Consumer Reports."

Retailers to Promote Spring Sun Protection for Kids

After winter, everyone is longing for the first warm strokes of the sun. But parents heavily underestimate the risks of spring-sun. According to a study carried out by parent magazine Kinderzeit​.org, 90.6% of all parents do not protect children correctly, 80% overestimate the length of time their child can spend in the sun safely.

Sports Instruction Programs Help Kids Follow Path to Active Adulthood

Of Americans who received physical education (PE) in school, a vast majority are active as adults and more than one-third are active to at least a "healthy level," according to the Physical Activity Council's (PAC) recently released 2018 Participation Report.

Millennials with Kids Eat Differently than Childless Gen Y Couples

Millennials are growing up and having kids and while some of their generational attitudes remain intact, their lifestyle as parents often change the how, what, and why behind their consumption choices.

Parents Plan to Get Savvy with Back-to-School/Back-to-College Spending

As the dog days of summer start to kick in, parents are already planning for the back-to-school and back-to-college season while their kids continue to enjoy summer break. Last year, our back-to-school survey conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics found that more people in both school and college surveys were waiting to shop until later in the season. This trend is continuing on to this year, with many parents strategically delaying back-to-school shopping trips until they find the right deal.