Breastfeeding benefits everyone who is a part of your baby’s life. Breastfed babies have fewer doctor visits and hospital stays, making parenting easier.
Fish and shellfish are important for fetal growth and development. Yet, some seafood contains higher levels of mercury that may harm an unborn baby or young child.
Choosing the “best” juice is a tough proposition for parents. So what should you keep an eye out for when you want to add a serving of fruit or vegetable juice to your child’s diet?
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends breastfeeding as the optimal source of nutrition for children through the first year of life.
Parents and caregivers can use the bilingual Sesame Street food toolkit to learn more about offering children healthy food and ways to encourage more physical activity.
The White House has introduced a plan aimed at combating childhood obesity. Watch the video to learn more.