Fructose is naturally present in most fruits and some vegetables, but it’s also found in many processed foods and drinks, such as candy, juice, soda and snack foods, making it difficult to avoid.
While 50 percent of American families eat dinner together at least five nights per week, many eat together much less than that. Family mealtime is a time to stay in touch with one another, and it can improve everyone’s health.
Most epidemics begin in school-aged children. Keeping kids up-to-date on vaccinations is one of the easiest ways to prevent three serious illnesses. You’ll protect not only your child, but also your family and your community.
Here are the 3 vaccines parent
Parents often confuse lactose intolerance with milk allergy, and although the two have similar symptoms, they are very different conditions.
The new and improved labels will make it easier for you to eat more nutritiously and spot added sugar.
Now that summer vacation is in full swing, are your children putting in some serious time with their video games? You might want to set some limits to how long they play — especially if they play games that are in 3D.
Early treatment for childhood eye problems usually means better results because kids’ eyes and brains are adaptable. Learn more about blocked tear ducts, lazy eye and cataracts in kids.
Our kids learn from our actions. They learn both the good and bad, while also paying attention to how parents navigate the world.
Fiber can lower blood cholesterol, prevent diabetes and help move food through your child’s digestive system — promoting healthy bowel function and protecting against constipation.
Playing sports such as soccer or basketball, or even just jumping off a moving swing at the playground, can cause an ankle sprain or fracture, while constant use of certain muscles can cause painful strains.