As your baby grows, you’ll start introducing new flavors to them. But when it comes to drinks, it can be difficult to know what’s healthy and what’s not for young kids – especially if you’re a new parent.
University Park, PA — Serving larger portions of vegetables may be a way to make sure your child eats the recommended daily amount, results of a recent study from Pennsylvania State University suggest.
Seoul, South Korea — More hours of smartphone use – particularly for games and other entertainment – may lead teens to make unhealthy food choices and put on extra pounds, results of a recent study out of South Korea shows.
Boston — Guests at children’s birthday parties may have come bearing more than gifts during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, results of a recent study led by researchers from Harvard Medical School and the RAND Corp. show.
Hartford, CT — Simply introducing healthier kids’ meal options to fast-food menus hasn’t led to improvements in children’s fast-food consumption, results of a recent study led by researchers from the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at the University of Connecticut show.