After decades of presenting disheartening data regarding childhood obesity rates, the CDC says obesity rates in preschoolers has declined. See why.
A recent Cornell study reveals sky-rocketing rates of obesity in poor neighborhoods. Here’s why this, and the phenomenon of food deserts, exists.
We knew that young people were getting bigger, but obesity rates have more than tripled. The big question is why: Why has teenage obesity increased?
The American Heart Association says kids should consume less than 6 teaspoons of added sugar a day. Here are 5 ways sugar affects kids.
Studies show cholesterol levels in kids are declining, yet obesity is on the rise. Here are some things families can do to combat these health risks.
There is a serious weight problem in the United States and beyond. Here are some tips for how parents can help their kids with overcoming child obesity.
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Wondering how to talk to your child about weight? Maybe by not mentioning it at all. We dig into the stats for some solid advice on tackling it.
Parents can do a lot to help prevent teen obesity. And it’s not as hard as you think! We have some simple tips to make it happen right away.