From now until after New Year, it’s fully authorized and officially sanctioned binge time, and rather than one Lord of Misrule, we have thousands.
What can we do to make Halloween candy collection less important? One option is to shift the emphasis to creativity and participation.
Here’s a quick rundown of the insidious ways Halloween could do harm, along with some suggestions for “best practices.”
Why is Childhood Obesity News not making a bigger deal out of National Child Obesity Awareness Month? Well, around here, that’s every month.
Over the past few years, the idea of performing irreversible, life-altering surgery on young people has become normalized.
Today’s Childhood Obesity News post adds to the collection with an overview of our other reports about various aspects of fat acceptance.
There is so much to say about television advertising and children, we made a five-part series exploring the ugliness.
Childhood Obesity News rounds up the posts that deal with morbid obesity in children and adults, its causes and treatment possibilities.
Fat rejection is out of the question, but if the alternative is to buy into fat acceptance — is that also unhealthy?
Ghrelin, the “hunger hormone,” reminds us to eat, in case we forget. It’s like the warning light on a car’s dashboard that tells you to add oil before the engine seizes up. Face-to-face with an opossum, “yum yum” would not be a person’s first thought. It took the survival-stimulating chemical ghrelin to make the connection […]