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Preschool children who are in bed by 8 p.m. are far less likely to be obese during adolescence than children who stay up late.
Researchers are tracing the origins of obesity to the pre-pregnancy weight of a child’s mother and father.
The game gets kids off the couch, but do our usual screen time limits apply?
Thumb sucking and nail biting worries parents, but now new research shows that children with those bad habits may develop fewer allergies later in life.
The same marketing ploys used to sell junk food also work at the salad bar, a new study finds.
Overweight children are likely to become overweight adults – unless they adopt healthier patterns of eating and exercise.
Sometimes it’s not fair. But these game theory strategies may help children make fair decisions and stop the squabbling.