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Published May 15, 2014
The Cochrane systematic review focused on zinc as a means to prevent childhood death, including deaths caused by diarrhea, one of the biggest killers of children under five. Read More »
Published May 6, 2014
A new independent study published in Drug, Healthcare and Patient Safety evaluated the probiotic BLIS K12 (Streptococcus salivarius) and found it supported the prevention of two of the most common illnesses in children: streptococcal and viral pharyn… Read More »
Published April 14, 2014
Analysis finds that all classes of obesity in children have increased over the last 14 years. Read More »
Published February 26, 2014
Rates declined for children 2-5 years old while obesity among women aged 60 years and older increased, according to data from the NHANES. Read More »
Published January 2, 2014
New research suggests that peanut or tree nut consumption during pregnancy may help prevent nut allergies in offspring. Read More »
Feeding the Minds of Children: New Research on DHA + EPA & Learning
By Michael McBurney, PhD, FACN, DSM Nutritional Products
Published July 11, 2013
As the science linking childhood brain development with DHA + EPA expands, so will consumer education and parental interest. Read More »
Children of Convenience
By Amanda Baltazar, Contributing Editor
Published April 1, 2011
Today’s parents are so busy that the market is growing for dietary supplements, fortified foods and nutritional beverages for kids. Read More »
By Denise Devine
Published September 1, 2001
Fighting childhood obesity with whole foods. Read More »
Published July 7, 2014
Encouraging consumption of whole-grain foods that require little to no preparation may be the most effective means of increasing whole grain intake. Read More »
Published February 28, 2014
The study suggests dietary intervention with vitamin D, tryptophan and omega-3s could help boost brain serotonin concentrations and help prevent Autism. Read More »
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