Weight Watchers, now called WW, is promoting a new "behavior change program" for kids ages 8 to 17.
I have long been an advocate for the integration of nutritional programming across all health care services and settings
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Rich and poor, alike.
How should we train for the Health Olympics in future generations? It took us over sixty years to go from being one of the world's healthiest nations to today's dismal showing. There is no quick fix.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) just released a significant report on the importance of dads to the health and well-being of their child, and to the health and well-being of the mothers of their child. The report arrives 12 years after the AAP's first report on the importance of dads.
Something just didn't feel right. My stomach churned and the nausea set in as I realized the unimaginable: I was going into labor. Nurses rushed to my hospital room as a flurry of chaos surrounded me. I tried to stay calm, but as I looked at my husband, the tears and sobs set in.
Reaching the Unreached: How an Emphasis on Equity Can Help End Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths
General Hospital Akampa in Cross River State, Nigeria, offers a variety of services to women during pregnancy, labor, and delivery. Like all public facilities in Nigeria, women can give birth there for free, and the facility typically carries out 20 deliveries each week.
Women, Girls, and Global Goals: Why Ensuring Women's and Girls' Health and Rights Is Crucial to Achieving the SDGs
This week, international leaders from all sectors of society convene in Copenhagen for the Women Deliver 2016 Conference.
Researchers argue that poverty and other misfortunes are in many parts of Nigeria attributed to metaphysical causes. As a
The healthy growth and development of not only children but also societies depends on good nutrition. And when it comes to good nutrition, it doesn't get any better than breast milk.
"People don't make up their lost sleep."