Families continue to navigate the challenges of life amid the ongoing pandemic. Use these activities to help keep kids’ bodies and minds engaged.
Children who engage in vigorous physical activity from the age of 12 more likely to have stronger hips and less risk of osteoporosis in adulthood
Researchers follow 1,200 Swiss children and examine what kids are choosing to focus on rather than exercise
Mothers who follow these five healthy habits can help their kids be less likely to become obese than those moms who don’t, according to a new study
Renowned expert Dr. Sheri Colberg shares what parents of young athletes with diabetes need to know to help keep them active and healthy
Bullying, obesity and mental health headline list of concerns
Only about 30 percent of practice time includes moderate to vigorous exercise, says new Kansas State University study
Children who battle weight issues are at increased risk of dealing with a lifetime of depression as adults, according to new research
High levels of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity are associated with lower arterial stiffness in 6- to 8-year-old children, a new study says
Children, like adults, reap physical and mental benefits from being active and getting sweaty
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