A new study authored by Dr. Jessica Kruger, clinical assistant professor of community health and health behavior in the University at Buffalo’s School of Public Health and Health Professions, takes a deeper look into the connection of alcohol and unhealthy snacking.
We're probably at the point where just about every parent with a school-age child has a certain level of Internet sophistication. This means that it is fairly easy for most parents to check up on what their kids are getting into online. But are they?
The holiday season presents a bit of a greeting conundrum. Do you say "Merry Christmas" or "Happy holidays"? This decision weighs particularly heavily on retailers, who want to use verbiage that encourages the widest swath of Americans to spend money at their stores.
It’s probably safe to say that kids these days aren’t as healthy as youngsters have been in the past.
But of all the health risks that children of the 21st century face, which poses the biggest threat?