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  • Binge Eating Disorder for Parents


    Kids who eat unusually large amounts of food - and feel guilty or secretive about it - could be struggling with binge eating disorder.

  • Binge Eating Disorder for Teens


    Binge eating is a type of eating disorder. This article explains what it is, how to recognize it, and how to get help.

  • Nutritional Needs for Kids With Cancer for Parents


    Eating as well as possible and staying hydrated can help kids undergoing cancer treatment keep up their strength and deal with side effects. These tips can help.

  • How Much Food Should I Eat? for Teens


    Lots of us don't realize we're eating too much because we've become so used to large portions. This article for teens helps you take control of your plate.

  • Keeping Portions Under Control for Parents


    Waistlines have been expanding over the last few decades. Part of the problem is what we eat, but another is quantity. Are our plates simply piled too high?

  • Gastric Sleeve Surgery for Teens


    There are several different types of weight loss surgeries. One type is gastric sleeve surgery, also known as sleeve gastrectomy. Find out what's involved and who gets it in this article for teens.

  • Therapy and Weight Management for Teens


    Losing weight can feel like a challenge, no matter how much we want it. It can sometimes seem like our minds are working against us. That's where weight-management counselors can help.

  • Emotional Eating for Teens


    We've all eaten a whole bag of chips out of boredom or while cramming for a big test. Learn more about emotional eating, and how to manage it, in this article for teens.

  • Eating During Pregnancy for Parents


    To eat well during pregnancy, your extra calories should come from nutritious foods that contribute to your baby's growth and development.

  • Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) for Parents


    Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) is an eating disorder. Children who have it are extremely picky eaters and have little interest in eating food, which can lead to poor growth and poor nutrition.