Life during the pandemic has thrown a wrench in diets and exercise regimens. Here's how to get things back on track.
Two pros offer their best tips on getting your littles to embrace a healthy, active lifestyle that'll last a lifetime.
Keep active and have fun this winter with gifts that give back.
Setting boundaries with phones, computers, video games and televisions encourages healthy, active lifestyles now and later.
Study: Getting less sleep may equate to a 58 percent increased chance of becoming overweight or obese.
Kids compete, keeping health top of mind.
A special team shows that openness, honesty and acceptance go a long way in helping youngsters achieve optimal health.
Become better informed now to help your child develop nutrition and activity habits that promote healthy weight gain over the coming years.
But don't celebrate just yet—they still need more vegetables and less salt.
Recess and gym class aren't always enough—kids need at least an hour of vigorous physical activity each day.
For some teens, breast reduction surgery brings freedom from pain, as well as social and emotional benefits.
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