Sally Kuzemchak, MS, RD

Researchers say the tiny plastic particles are present in babies' stools at even higher concentration than in adults. Here's what you should know—plus steps you can take.
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Rates of diabetes among kids have been rising. But some hospitals have seen a bigger jump during the pandemic. Here's what you should know.
You'll hit the jack-o'-lantern pot with these simple Halloween snacks and treats. They'll give kids the fuel they need to power through hours of trick-or-treating!
The controversial chemical has been used on dozens of food crops. Here's what parents should know.
"Ultra-Processed" foods are easy (and tasty!)—but too much may be harmful to health. Here's what parents need to know.
The mock-meat burger gets the OK to be served in K-12 cafeterias. But are Impossible Burgers healthy for kids? A dietitian breaks down what they're made of and how they fit into a nutritious diet.
EWG just released its Dirty Dozen, Clean Fifteen lists for the year. Here's what you need to know.
New advice says sweet foods and drinks have no place in your baby or toddler’s diet and can even influence taste preferences for years to come. We asked experts to breakdown what that really means. 
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For the first time, the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans will include advice for feeding babies and toddlers. A new report gives a peek at what they might include (spoiler: peanut is in, sugar is out!).
The FDA is relaxing some food labeling requirements in light of the pandemic. But these changes could be risky for those with food allergies. Here's how to keep your kids safe.
Confused about what's safe for your baby right now? From meat to strawberries, honey to Cheerios, here's the 411 on a dozen different foods that parents ask about most.
Think purees are right for your child? There are generally three stages to introducing them. Here's what stages 1, 2, and 3 mean when it comes to baby food, plus feeding tips by age.
The advice about baby cereal has changed a lot over the years. Here's the latest info you need to know.
Coronavirus hasn’t caused a baby formula shortage, but COVID-19 has shoppers hoarding necessities including baby formula. Don’t panic if you can’t find yours. While homemade formula is never safe, there are smart steps to take to keep your baby healthy and fed.
Can you feed a family for less than $100 a week? We challenged one mom to try—and her efforts paid off. This was her money-saving game plan.
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Weighing kids at school is a long-standing practice in an effort to prevent obesity. But it could harm children when not done properly.
Meatless burgers and non-dairy milk are good options for families following a plant-based diet—but they may also be surprising sources of allergens for certain kids. Here's what you need to know.
Palforzia, the first drug approved by the FDA to treat peanut allergies, isn't a cure, but it's a breakthrough when it comes to caring for kids with severe food allergies. Here's how it works, the side effects, and how much it costs.
Use this age-by-age guide to find out the amount of food your child should be eating—and how to create healthy habits for a lifetime.
When your picky eater refuses to pick up a fork, it's maddening (but normal). Here's how to handle it.
After her own health scare, a food blogger and mom of three set out to help parents in cancer treatment the best way she knew how: by feeding their families with freezers full of meals.
Suddenly, your kid is hungry all the time! Here's how to handle feed a teen's growth spurt (and growing appetite) the right way.
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Promises of dessert may entice your kids to eat their vegetables. But that could have negative effects too.
We’re all for encouraging adventurous eating, but the holidays aren’t the time to stress out about it. Here's how to handle your picky eater and anyone who notices during your festive dinner party.
Kids think foods loaded with fat, sugar, and salt are meant for them. Advertising and school menus have a lot to do with that. Children food advocate Bettina Elias Siegel explains why the term "kid food" needs to end and offers tips parents can use to help their child's eating habits.