Health July 2014

The latest healthcare options for your clan's well-being.

Samantha Chan

Keep an eye on the most precious addition to your family with the Levana Ovia PTZ Baby Video Monitor. The device features a large screen, two-way communication, and 24-hour battery life to give parents peace of mind. www.mylevana.com

Send your little ones to sleepovers and summer camp with DenTek's cool Looney Tunes toothbrushes and storage cases, specially designed to fit children's hands and mouths. www.dentek.com

Keep that summer bod strong with the Amenzone Rebel DVD Series, which promotes easy ways to make permanent and healthy changes in your life. www.amenzonedvd.com

Maker of safe family products Babyganics now offers a new mineral-based sunscreen lotion with SPF 50+ power. The lotion provides broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection. www.babyganics.com

Eliminate dust, odor, pollen, and other irritants from the air in your home with Viktor Air Purifier, one of the latest editions to Stadler Form's collection of high-tech and stylish home air accessories. www.stadlerformusa.com

YouVee Sunscreen Swipes make it easy to stay safe in the sun with individually wrapped wipes. They offer the right amount of sun protection without fragrances and parabens. www.goadventuress.com

Keep your cool with great-tasting, kid-friendly frozen fruit and veggie pops called Ruby Rocket's. They provide a reprieve from the summer sun while packing a punch with nutrients and vitamins. www.rubyrockets.com

Indulge in the sweet combination of whole grain oats, honey, and premium ingredients with WOATS Oatsnack. They're great anytime! www.woats.com

Snack smarter this summer with Funley's Delicious. Free of preservatives, transfats, and high-fructose corn syrup, this line includes Super Crackers, Wholly Granolly clusters, and others. www.funleys.com

Families with gluten restrictions can now find new inspiration in the The Mediterranean Diet Cookbook (Idiot's Guides). Packed with recipes, pointers, and a glossary, the tome instructs on how you to avoid wheat-based products and focus on fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and seeds. www.amazon.com

This column appeared in the July 2014 issue.