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Kid-Smart Supplements

Kid-Smart Supplements

The Right Choices Help Children Thrive

Identified herbs, healthy fats and vitamins can help a child concentrate better, sidestep colds, and sleep more soundly.

Out of the Mouths of Babes

Out of the Mouths of Babes

A Dozen Ways Children Teach Us to Eat Mindfully

Children are born with the ability to eat instinctively, fully tuned in to internal cues of hunger and fullness.

Guarding Against Autism

Guarding Against Autism

New Research on Prevention and Treatments

As the rate of autism among the nation’s children continues to rise at an astonishing 10 to 17 percent a year, research has been slow to shift its focus to other factors—namely, environmental toxins

Trick & Treat

Trick & Treat

Host a Halloween that’s Natural, Healthy and Cost-Conscious

From natural gelatin dyes and safe face-painting to healthier cat-and-scarecrow-shaped pizzas, there’s lots of ways to create a planet-friendly and funtastic Halloween for kids.

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Diet at Puberty Linked to Breast Health

Diet at Puberty Linked to Breast Health

Avoid a High-Fat Diet During these Years

Girls who eat a high-fat diet may be at greater risk for developing breast cancer.

School Nutrition Gets a Boost

School Nutrition Gets a Boost

Legislation Making Progress

Long-awaited child nutrition legislation known as the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act unanimously passed the Senate before moving on to the House, where passage is also expected.

Drinking Cow’s Milk While Nursing Linked to Infant Eczema

Drinking Cow’s Milk While Nursing Linked to Infant Eczema

Mothers' Dairy Intake Can Cause Skin Allergies in Babies

In Thai and British studies, the babies of women that drank cow milk while breastfeeding were much more likely to have skin allergies.

Juice Debate Update

Juice Debate Update

A Natural Source of Vitamins and Antioxidants

While some medical professions recommend that parents limit the amount of fruit juice their children drink, a study has found no association between childhood obesity and 100-percent fruit juice that has no sugar added.

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