Can't get your kids to eat their veggies?Researchers at Pennsylvania State University have a cunning plan. They suggest you discreetly add broccoli, zucchini and all that other green stuff to kids' meals. Reuters news...Sneaky researchers say you can double your child's vegetable intake.
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Not every bite-size, crunchy snack is loaded with fat and calories. Credit: Getty ImagesWho knew if you offered a kid broccoli and apple sticks, they'd grow to prefer them over Pop-Tarts and mac and cheese? A group of researchers at UC Berk...Sounds shocking, but this study found if you teach kids about good nutrition, they'll actually want to eat their veggies. Dig in!
Will banning Happy Meal toys make kids eat healthier? Credit: Ben Stansall, AFP / Getty ImagesFighting childhood obesity is a good thing. Unfortunately, some folks are too focused on the toys in our kids' hands rather than the unhealthy food i...
Type-2 diabetes has historically been understood as a disease predominantly found in adults. It was once referred to as non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) or adult-onset diabetes. Apart from a family history of the disease, one of the ma...
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