The obesity rate dropped 43 percent for young children over the past decade, marking the first major decline in the obesity epidemic.
Unhealthy foods are already being taken out of school lunches. Next up is the removal of unhealthy food marketing in schools.
Kids are trashing the fruits and veggies served for school lunches. A study suggests paying them to eat the good stuff will increase consumption, reduce waste.
The Let's Move! campaign has announced Sesame Street characters will promote produce to children. Will it work?
A new study has found that a majority of the top 100 athletes' food and beverage endorsements were for unhealthy products.
New research has shown that even a small amount of soda each day could turn kindergarteners into terrors.
23 children have died and more sickened after consuming tainted school lunch in the Indian state of Bihar.
Senators have called on the children's programming giant to quit advertising junk food to children. Nickelodeon has not relented.
Healthier changes are finally coming to school snacks -- the first major overhaul in 30 years.
When Chef Daniel Marquis isn't cooking at Quay in Chicago, he's growing food on his family farm. Seasoned gardeners share their stories. We forage for cattails!
Each piece of Wrigley's new "Alert Energy" gum contains a half-cup of coffee's worth of caffeine.
The new research lends empirical support to state-mandated fruit and veggie minimums.
Michelle Obama hits the road this week to promote the third birthday of Let's Move!, her initiative that aims to eliminate childhood obesity.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest has sent a letter to Disney applauding the company's healthier policies -- but stating it can do more.
Pediatricians have released a study warning against exposure to pesticides for children. One way to avoid them is to buy organic.
Nestle and General Mills have agreed to reduce sugar and sodium content in cereals sold outside the United States.
The new school year brings with it new standards for school lunches. School food preparers and students are adjusting.
The Walt Disney Company has decided to stop carrying junk food ads aimed at children, making it the first company of its kind to do so.
A proposed ordinance would make it illegal for food trucks to park within 1500 feet of a school in California -- but the issue is much wider than a few blocks.
How do you get a kid to eat more veggies? Don't tell them, show them.