March 17, 2014
Snow will continue overnight through early afternoon Monday. The heaviest period of snow is expected between midnight and sunrise. Accumulations will be in the 2- 8" range with more possible in higher elevations. The Northern Valley should expect 2"-5"+ while the Southern Valley should expect 4"-8"+. Roads will become snow covered and slippery. Travel will become dangerous, especially overnight when temperatures are below freezing. Dangerous travel will continue through the morning commute Monday.
HARRISONBURG -- Different feeding habits and cultural beliefs in parents can lead to infants being overweight.
If you are a parent wanting to monitor your child's weight, you should schedule regular doctor visits for your infants to track your child's weight gain periodically.
"Fewer bottles, spacing it out. Also kids these days if they are in daycare or other care, they may not be moving around as and doing as much, so you want to make sure your kids are moving and that they are eating at the appropriate times and the appropriate food," said Dr. Kelli Hanon.
Hanon also recommends breastfeeding as a mechanism for maintaining a healthy weight among infants.