Kids’ Health

Research shows that children who have their physical and emotional needs met have a lasting sense of well-being. In one study, children raised on nutritious foods had higher self-esteem and fewer social problems than those who had a less healthy diet.1 Active kids, meanwhile, report sounder sleep and an easier time dealing with emotional ups and downs.2

There are plenty of things you can do to help your children grow strong—in body, mind, and spirit. We cover the basics of kid’s health, including nutrition, fitness, vaccinations, social and emotional development, and of course, fun!