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  • Obesity Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents


    What teachers should know about obesity.

  • Stuttering Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents


    What teachers should know about stuttering, and how to help students who stutter.

  • Halloween Candy Hints for Parents


    For health-conscious parents, Halloween can be tricky. Do you set limits? Do you let kids decide how much to eat? There isn't just one right answer.

  • Bulimia for Parents


    People with the eating disorder bulimia often eat large amounts of food over short periods of time (binge eat). Then, they try to prevent weight gain by doing things like exercising too much or throwing up what they ate.

  • Anorexia for Parents


    People with the eating disorder anorexia are very afraid of gaining weight. They have unrealistic views of their body and try to eat as little as possible. They also might exercise too much or do other things to lose weight.

  • Peer Pressure for Teens


    Responding to peer pressure is part of human nature — but some people are more likely to give in, and others are better able to resist and stand their ground. Find out how to make the right choices for you.

  • Snacks for Toddlers for Parents


    Some toddlers may seem too busy exploring to slow down and eat. Others may be fickle about food or refuse to eat at mealtime. That's where healthy, well-timed snacks come in.

  • Speech Disorders Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents


    What teachers should know about students with speech impairments, and what teachers can do to help them succeed in school.

  • Snacks for School-Age Kids for Parents


    Healthy snacks can help parents manage school-age kids' hunger and boost nutrition.

  • Snacks for Preschoolers for Parents


    Healthy and well-timed snacks can help fill in nutritional gaps for preschoolers. But how do you turn yours into a smart snacker?