Too much cleaning might not be a good thing, after all. A new study reveals that frequent use of household cleaning products have been found to affect the gut in infants and promote weight gain in children.
Sugar rush is very real and very, very concerning. A new study reveals that young children are eating enough added sugar to exceed the maximum recommended consumption levels for adults.
Previously, only 20-30 genetic conditions that can cause obesity have been thought to exist.
New Study Says That Having Family Meals With TV On Is Unhealthy
Highlighting the conflict of interest, sponsorship provided by two known soda companies to health organizations has been identified as a new so-called marketing strategy, recent study shows after disclosing a list of institutions on a research paper recently published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
1 in 3 children in the UK are already overweight by the time they leave elementary school, a condition that may affect the rest of their lives.
A new study involving over 6,000 children suggests that exposure to unhealthy food and beverage advertisements may impact the caloric intake and dietary preferences of children.
New study shows that women consuming beverages with artificial sweeteners are more likely to have a kid with higher BMI scores.
It's no secret that being a couch potato watching television all day may cause you to pack on a few pounds. But now new research shows that just one hour of television a day is linked to weight gain in children.
According to a new University of Illinois study, sleep should be a priority in all family households for a reason other than not wanting to wake up groggy. As it turns out, new research suggests that a better night's sleep for both parents and their kids plays a role in protecting against childhood obesity.