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Answers to commonly asked questions that can help students with eating disorders ease the transition back to school.
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New research sheds light on some of the problems associated with picky eating and offers directions for future research.
Healthy kids are joining our ranks as research contributors to help us learn how genes might influence the way kids eat and think about food.
There isn’t a magical, secret way to get your kids to have a healthy relationship with food. But thoughtfully navigating the common challenges of getting kids to eat well early will leave more time to focus on the other fun things you can do with your child; things that do not involve food.
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Your child has an eating disorder, and perhaps they’ve come to ask for your help. Or maybe not. Read on for advice on helping your child overcome their illness.