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Copying Dad at the Dinner Table
Fathers have a big role to play when it comes to inspiring young kids to eat fruits and especially veggies. Step up and set an example.   > >
February 27, 2020

Helping Out is Child's Play
Kids as young as 19 months seem to know what altruistic behavior is even if not all of them engage in it.   > >
February 26, 2020

Drive By the Drive-In
Fast food is like a drug for preschoolers. It's a major contributor to the rise in child obesity.   > >
February 25, 2020

The Pepperoni Papers
Conflicting recommendations about eating meat have generated confusion and controversy. A massive new study makes things clearer.   > >
February 24, 2020

Teens Don't Feel So Good
Researchers surveyed 21,000 high schoolers about how they felt. This is what they learned.   > >
February 20, 2020

Risky Business: Crossing While Texting
Pedestrians who cross the street while on their phones put themselves at risk in at least five ways.   > >
February 19, 2020

Household Cleaners As Asthma Triggers
Cleaning sprays are hard on babies, especially if they are scented. They stay in the air for hours and are linked to childhood asthma.   > >
February 18, 2020

Pregnant Women Never Drink Alone
Drinking alcohol while you are carrying a child — any amount at any time — is a risk. Take a #Drymester.   > >
February 17, 2020

Sitting and Depression
Sitting still, whether in front of a screen or in a class, lowers kids' moods. Luckily it appears that a little activity and less sitting can prevent this.   > >
February 13, 2020

Daylight Savings Time, An Accident Waiting to Happen
Daylight Savings Time begins soon. Accidents occur when clocks are set ahead. Help your body adjust to the change.   > >
February 12, 2020

Put Down that Toddler Drink
Toddler drinks are a new market, meant to transition kids from formula or breastmilk to milk. They're really a money-making project with lots of added sugar.   > >
February 11, 2020

PTSD Among Military Men and Women
Vulnerability doesn't come naturally to most soldiers. It's trained out of them. They may need extra encouragement to open up in therapy.   > >
February 10, 2020

Treating Kids' Burns at Home
Children's skin is vulnerable to burns from scalding or hot surfaces. Cut the chances a skin graft will be needed by doing this immediately.   > >
February 6, 2020

Pack a Lunch; Eat In
On average, Americans get one of every five calories from restaurant meals. It's a big reason so many struggle with diabetes and are overweight.   > >
February 5, 2020

HIGHway Driving Can Be Dangerous
More and more people are smoking pot regularly. It can affect their driving even when they're not stoned.   > >
February 4, 2020

Putting Popular Diets to the Test
The best diet is one you will stick to, as long as it helps you lose weight. Here's how the Paleo, Mediterranean and Intermittent Fasting diets stack up.   > >
February 3, 2020

A Primer on Coronavirus
The outbreak of coronavirus in humans in Wuhan, China is a budding public health emergency. Travelers have brought it to the U.S. and other countries.   > >
January 30, 2020

The Power of Praise
It's easy to see why teachers faced with disruptive students forget to praise good behavior enough. But it's their secret weapon.   > >
January 29, 2020

Sleep Now to Prevent Alzheimer's Later
Young adults don't typically think about Alzheimer's, but sleep deprivation, even in young adulthood, appears to set the stage for the disease.   > >
January 28, 2020

Seeking Google-Searching Suckers
Websites promoting probiotics claim their products will cure almost whatever ails you. Don't believe them; look deeper.   > >
January 27, 2020