Iron chef: become the snack master
Breathing a sigh of relief now that school is in full swing? The minute they come home, the job of feeding them begins again. And if there is one common request among children, it’s snacks!
Durham children become 'Bull City Fit'
In the back of the parking lot at Durham’s Edison Johnson Recreation Center, there are raised garden beds filled with beets, carrots and lettuce.
Sticks and stones: how we talk about weight, shape and size with our children
What images come to mind when you think of “childhood obesity?” Likely, it will be one of the many stereotyped images of obesity that are so common in media these days.
Study finds children carry implicit bias towards peers who are overweight
DURHAM, N.C. – Even children as young as 9 years old can carry a prejudice against their peers who are overweight, according to a new study led by Duke Health researchers. They might not even realize they feel this way.