Kids in early adolescence experience tremendous intellectual, physical, social, and emotional changes. What can parents expect to see?
Stay active this winter with our readers' suggestions for getting in shape.
There's a new kind of food fight erupting in schools, districts and state legislatures as alarm over childhood obesity spreads. What's a parent to do?
Can kids eat their way to better grades?
Eating a healthy breakfast can help your child maintain focus on learning throughout the day.
Sleep may be the secret weapon in helping your teen's academic achievement.
How you can help at home: Finding the right physical activity for your child will keep her fit.
Read about typical physical, intellectual, and social growth that kids experience during middle adolescence.
Help preteens and teens stay healthy by establishing a routine for walking.
Here are easy ways to keep kids active, even in the depths of winter.