Kids, Smartphones, and Sleep

Kids, Smartphones, and Sleep

Two-thirds of high schoolers sleep next to a phone or tablet—and 47% awake at least once per night to respond to messages! A meta-analysis of 17 studies finds the use of smartphones and tablets at night are a significant problem for the amount and quality of sleep...
Animal Antibiotics and Children’s Health

Animal Antibiotics and Children’s Health

The American Academy of Pediatrics has taken a stand against the use of nontherapeutic antibiotics in animals. This report describes how the use of antibiotics as growth stimulants in livestock contributes to strains of resistant organism and potential infection...
Are Your Kids Drinking Enough?

Are Your Kids Drinking Enough?

The American College of Sports Medicine estimates that up to 2/3 of child athletes may be dehydrated during exercise. Much like an automobile radiator, children’s bodies cool mostly through “dry” conduction and convection (not evaporation): the body...

Is the Fox Guarding the Hen House?

In 2009. seventeen of the largest makers of breakfast cereals and fast foods pledged to self-regulate what foods and to whom it advertised those foods. Now researchers have found while technically the food companies have fulfilled their promises, 80% of all food...
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