Poor kids! They are often chastised for not finishing their meals, yet research shows that more and more are becoming obese. What should we do? A study in the September issue of The Journal of Pediatrics evaluated the role of mothers prompting their ...
The National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland has released some information indicating that heavier children are far more likely to experience bone fractures than their trimmer peers. After reviewing medical charts from 227 overweight and ...
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