It’s important to teach children how to keep their minds and bodies healthy. Learning healthy living skills-- also known as mood hygiene -- in childhood and adolescence can help children manage stresses as they grow into adulthood.
Eating healthy can be confusing with all the choices available in your grocery store. Learning how to read a food label is key to making the best choices.
In this installment of Ask a CHOC Doc, an adolescent medicine specialist answers a submitted question on how to safely gain weight.
The female athlete triad, commonly called “the triad,” consists of three health concerns: disordered eating, low bone density (osteoporosis), and loss of periods (amenorrhea).
Spring is not simply a good opportunity for traditional spring cleaning, but also an ideal time to make positive changes to your eating habits.