Jan 26, 2018 … COLUMBUS, Ohio — They’re two of the most dreaded words for young children, but potentially among the most important: It’s bedtime! A recent study shows that keeping a regular schedule when it comes to sleep (and other daily routines) may help young children regulate their emotions, and consequently, avoid obesity later in childhood. Researchers from the…
Children who struggle to sleep soundly may battle eating issues and struggle to maintain a healthy weight over time, a recent study finds.
A recent study found that children born to women who had gestational diabetes and drank artificially-sweetened beverages during pregnancy were nearly twice as likely to be obese by age 7.
A newborn’s weight out of the womb may follow them well into childhood, particularly when it comes to heavier babies, a new study finds.
A new study that replacing sugary drinks with water in school lunches could help prevent over half a million from becoming obese and save America billions.
A new study finds lack of sleep in early childhood leads to challenges in attention, emotional control, and peer relationships for kids.