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  • ... Policy Institute) conduct various research on how kids eat and to how to get them to eat healthier. In some ways she's a food ... meals to be too institutional. Why doesn't this old model fit their needs anymore? How have kids eating habits changed these ...
  • ... shortages this year. One item on the chopping block is Healthy Families , a statewide health plan for low-income families . If this ...
  • ... public television station in the country, launched KCET Kids & Family Channel, a new 24/7 digital multicast channel dedicated ... of young children the tips and guidance needed to raise healthy , happy children.  Monday through Sunday5:30 a.m.         ...
  • ... diet experts, including trainer and author Teresa Tapp ( Fit & Fabulous in 15 Minutes) and New York Times best-selling author Mary ...
  • ... to expect from fast food companies: They are targeting kids . But the big takeaway from the report -- at least, in terms of ... it looks!) But delving into the stats a bit actually shows a less troubling picture. ...
  • Kids can learn to cook. And they don't have to hate vegetables. ... For someone who always harps on the motto "Don't lie to kids ," I am not above tricking them from time to time. My oldest son loves to ... boxes and return to me with the cereal they believed would fit the bill. The first rule was that the main ingredient couldn't be corn. ...
  • ... on? RAW, UNCOOKED, NATURAL FOODS." His prescription for a healthy , balanced diet holds up quite well. He advocated lots of lean protein ... his name to gave them the agency to take control of their families' health. As the housewives of the 50s grew older, they attempted to ...
  • A new study shows that California children in poverty don't have access to many ... Casey Foundation, a charitable organization working with kids in the U.S., releases their "KIDS COUNT Data Book." It's a lengthy ... signs that the recovery may be leaving the lowest-income families behind, disproportionately affecting workers of color and their ...
  • ... might be more important than weight. Recent research shows that you can be fat and fit and that some fit overweight people have no greater risk for chronic ...

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