There's nothing really shocking about Michelle Obama promoting her "Let's Move!" campaign against childhood obesity. Except to Sarah Palin.
Imagine that you found out your child has a rare, incurable disease that will rob him of his eyesight by the time he graduates from high school. Now imagine that a new therapy had been developed that could restore your child's vision. A miracle! Except the treatment uses embryonic stem cells ....
Last week, guest blogger Jessica Katz wrote about how floored she was when her doctor suggested that she treat her morning sickness with marijuana. Imagine her -- and our -- surprise when dozens of momlogic moms wrote in saying that they themselves had toked during their pregnancies, and that they recommended it ... er, highly. Check it out!
There is nothing beneficial about sugar -- not for you, not for your children. A recent study by the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that 40 percent of children's caloric consumption comes from empty calories in the form of solid fat and added sugars.
In a culture that is rightly obsessed with protecting fragile skin from the sun's damaging rays, we're likely allowing our vitamin D storehouses to dwindle. In fact, vitamin D deficiency is quickly becoming one of the most problematic health threats for both adults and children.
Consumption of high-fructose corn syrup is now the lowest it's been in two decades. Looking to revamp the syrup's image, the Corn Refiners Association has petitioned the Food and Drug Administration for a change of name. Instead of calling it "high-fructose corn syrup," they hope to call it simply "corn syrup."
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Well, it's never too early to start your kids on the path to success and a smarter future. It almost sounds ridiculous, but does prepping your children for college start when they are developing in your womb?