There are now at least 200 energy drinks on the market. But is it a good idea for kids or parents to get an energy-drink buzz?
Sodium is under fire as a nutrition no-no. These tips can help you reduce your family's salt intake.
Many snacks are prime sources of extra sugar and fats. Providing appealing, nutritious treats can reduce the risk of childhood obesity.
Americans love cheese, but most cheeses are high in calories and fat. Here are tips to fit cheese into a healthy diet.
Foods and ingredients once seen as unhealthy, including cheese, white bread and red meat, can fit into a healthy diet.
In addition to its health benefits, fiber can help control kids’ weight.
Tooth decay affects four times more children than obesity. It can start with baby's bottle.