There are the health risks when kids consume too much sodium. Here are tips for keeping their sodium intake low.
Drinking one 6 ounce serving of 100 fruit juice daily may cause a small amount of weight gain in younger children, a new study finds.
An overall increase in rates of asthma and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder affected the poorest families the most, found a new study.
Do you know how much your child should be eating? Here's a guide that can help.
Infant formula fill babies' nutritional needs, but promises of less fussiness, better digestion, and brain development have not been backed by scientific research.
Food advertisement has been found to influence our children’s food choices and diets, contributing to obesity.
Let’s take a look at a few beverages and foods that may cause more harm than good if taken in excess.
A closer look at fad diets that reduce carbs and the effect they can have on kids.
A closer look at the science behind the safety of consuming GMOs foods.
Did you ever wonder why children typically like candy more than broccoli? Here's what science has found out.
Here's how you can help direct your kids to healthier choices when packing a lunch.
A healthy lunch doesn’t have to be boring. Here are some ideas to keep your child satisfied and energized the whole day!
A recent study found that extreme obesity more than tripled from 2.6 percent to 9.1 percent from 1988 to 2014.
With an increasing number of Olympic athletes promoting supplements, here are the risks you and your teen need to know about using them.
Packing a healthy lunch with your child can help promote a lifetime of good nutrition.