Articles for Tag: "junk food"
A new study finds that kids tend to gain weight when parents opt for cheaper, higher calorie foods when the cost of healthy choices increases.
Using debit-card-only systems for school lunches may encourage students to choose high-calorie, less healthy food options.
High profile sports figures are paid big bucks to pitch products, but your teens may be the ones paying the price.
Though the food industry agreed to police its junk food ads, new research reveals it’s still non-compliant.
New nutrition guidelines mandate healthier food options in school vending machines and at lunchtime.
Doctors say parents play a critical role in helping their children maintain a healthy weight. Dr. Jennifer DeBruler cautions against “too much and too little”— too much junk food and too little exercise.
Fatty foods weaken immune system in teens making them more vulnerable to getting skin and respiratory illnesses.
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