Health habits are established early in life

The foundation of good health is laid early in life. Two studies show that dietary habits and body size in Norwegian children remain stable for the first seven years of life.


Keeping new and young athletes healthy

A new school year presents the opportunity for many students to start a new physical activity or get back into playing their favorite sport, but it's important for parents to understand the safest way for their young athletes ...


How to best protect your immune system

This spring, many people may be getting sick because of COVID-19 or with something else for the first time since the pandemic began. Dr. Prathit Kulkarni, assistant professor of medicine in infectious diseases at Baylor College ...

Overweight & Obesity

Toddlers eat more vegetables if they are rewarded

New research being presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Maastricht, the Netherlands (4–7 May), has found that toddlers eat more vegetables if they are rewarded for trying them.

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