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Label Literacy

Label Literacy

Five Tips Help Kids Choose Healthy Foods

How to teach children to evaluate serving size, compare two products, and avoid foods with unpronounceable ingredients.

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.

Kids' Vitamin Guide

Kids' Vitamin Guide

Most kids are more likely to grab a French fry than a broccoli floret. Fortunately, a children’s-specific, high-quality multivitamin can help provide crucial, missing nutrients, as well as build an early shield against diabetes, heart disease and childhood cancers

Super-Immunity for Kids

Super-Immunity for Kids

Simple Ways to Boost a Child’s Long-Term Health

We all know that kids need fruit and veggies but there’s much more to building strong bodies, including probiotics, daily sun and laughing a lot.

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Better Cafeterias

Better Cafeterias

School Lunches Improving Nationwide

Although most schools nationwide can improve their marks for serving healthy lunches, several states surpassed federal guidelines in 2012.

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.

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.

Clean Food for Kids

Clean Food for Kids

Help for Hyperactive Children

Clean food could be the answer to helping hyperactive children.

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