With June National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month, it’s the perfect time to fill up on produce. Here are five reasons to load your plate.
Hydration is essential for athletes. Learn how much and what substance a child athlete should be consuming to ensure proper hydration.
By teaching children healthy eating habits early, parents can help children learn good eating habits that will last a lifetime.
Parents of premature infants face many new challenges as they help their special infant grow, and breastfeeding is often one of them.
CHOC Children’s is seeing fewer breastmilk feeding errors after a more than two-year initiative to redesign the process.
While supplements can have benefits, they may not be safe or necessary for every child. Here’s what parents should know about supplements.
Gaining weight in the off season is a common goal of athletes. Here are a few tips to gain weight safely to improve athletic performance.
September not only marks the beginning of school but also makes us think about planning meals and getting more organized.
If your child’s allergist has suggested a wheat-free diet, there are a variety of grain and carbohydrate alternatives.