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  • Halloween Candy Hints for Parents

    For health-conscious parents, Halloween can be tricky. Do you set limits? Do you let kids decide how much to eat? There isn't just one right answer.

  • A Guide to Eating for Sports for Teens

    You've prepared for the game in almost every way possible: but now what should you eat? Read about performance foods, nutritional supplements, and more.

  • Can Video Games Give People Motion Sickness? for Teens

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Nutrition & Fitness Center for Parents

    You know the importance of good nutrition and exercise, but how do you feed a picky eater or encourage a child who hates sports to play outside? Learn how to keep your child healthy with the right foods and exercise.

  • When Snack Attacks Strike for Kids

    Snacks can keep kids going between meals. Find out more in this article, with links to easy recipes you can try.

  • Household Safety: Preventing Choking for Parents

    Choking is usually caused by food, toys, and other small objects that can easily lodge in a child's small airway - anything that fits can be a danger. Read about how to protect kids from choking hazards.

  • Quick Poll: Do you argue with your parents about how much time you spend on your phone and other devices? for Kids

    Do you argue with your parents about how much time you spend on your phone or other device? Take our poll.

  • Eating for Sports for Kids

    Eating nutritious foods and the right drinks can help you perform better on the playing field. Learn how to eat for sports by reading this article for kids.

  • Going to the Hospital for Kids

    It may seem scary to go to a hospital, but doctors and nurses are there to help people who are sick or hurt feel better. Read our article for kids to find out what happens inside a hospital.

  • Staying at a Healthy Weight for Teens

    Here are some practical, everyday tips on making exercise and healthy eating work for you instead of feeling like it's the other way around.