If certain vegetables have always made you gag, you may be more than a picky eater. Instead, you might be what scientists call a "super-taster:" a person with a genetic predisposition to taste food differently.
Jennifer Guzman, KSL.com | PostedNov 8th - 11:08am
As fall leaves are blown away, set to be replaced with white snow, it's easy to see the holiday season is on its way. There’s something for everyone to enjoy as winter comes around the corner and the year comes to an end.
People with diabetes are frequently misjudged and given unsolicited advice. Learn about common stereotypes and misconceptions of diabetes to better support for friends, family members or co-workers who live with diabetes on a daily basis.
Screen time use by infants, toddlers and preschoolers has exploded over the last decade, concerning experts about the impact of television, tablets and smartphones on these critical years of rapid brain development.
It can be difficult to find activities for children with sensory processing differences.
That's why The Leonardo Museum and Vivint Smart Home decided to create a monthly event they call Sensory-Friendly Mondays.
It is possible to raise resilient, body-positive kids even in our thin-obsessed culture. Helping a child respect and feel confident about his or her body is no small feat, but it's definitely possible. Here are three tips to help.
Weight loss surgery has traditionally been viewed as a procedure for adults with severe obesity who haven't been able to lose weight or keep it off. Now, pediatricians are calling for it to be more accessible for children and teens with severe obesity too.
The number of young Americans watching online videos every day has more than doubled, according to survey findings released Tuesday. They're glued to them for nearly an hour a day, twice as long as they were four years ago.