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YUM! TOP TIPS FOR FEEDING BABIES AND KIDS WITH ALLERGIES

<a href="/parenting-resources/early-childhood-nutrition/yum-top-tips-for-feeding-babies-and-kids-with-allergie">YUM! TOP TIPS FOR FEEDING BABIES AND KIDS WITH ALLERGIES</a>

This is the definitive book for making simple, healthy meals for children with allergies and the whole family, written by the Children's Hospital at Westmead's allergy and nutrition experts With one in 20 Australian children now having a food allergy - and that number on the rise - this book provides essential information for their families and carers. Read full article

Does BPA in Food Packaging Cause Behaviour Problems in Children?

<a href="/articles/does-bpa-in-food-packaging-cause-behaviour-problems-in-children">Does BPA in Food Packaging Cause Behaviour Problems in Children?</a>

Bisphenol A , also called BPA, is a chemical found in plastics that has been reported as possibly harmful to human health if ingested in large quantities. Parents have been especially interested in this news because BPA has been used in plastic polycarbonate baby bottles and in plastic lined cans for many years. A study published this week in the journal Pediatrics, has brought the topic back into the news. And it’s easy to interpret a headline in, for example, the Washington Post, with some alarm: “Study Links BPA Exposure in Womb to Behavior Problems in Toddler Girls”. Read full article

Liver Disease and Children - What is a Fatty Liver?

<a href="/articles/liver-disease-and-children-what-is-a-fatty-liver">Liver Disease and Children - What is a Fatty Liver?</a>

n the weekend edition of the Sydney Morning Herald (26 -27 March 2011) there was an article titled Overweight Teenagers Run the Risk of Liver Disease. The article reported on a recent study conducted in Western Australia that found 13% of 17-year-old teenagers had Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD). We at Healthy Kids find this worrying as NAFLD is not normally diagnosed at this young age. What Does NAFLD mean for Children? And how do you Get Fatty Liver Disease? Read full article

Importance of Nutrition for Under Fives - United Nations 'Scaling Up Nutrition'

<a href="/articles/importance-of-nutrition-for-under-fives-united-nations-scaling-up-nutrition">Importance of Nutrition for Under Fives - United Nations &#039;Scaling Up Nutrition&#039;</a>

Simultaneously tackling obesity and malnutrition may seem like “polar opposites”, conceded UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the High-Level Meeting on Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases in New York, but an increasing number of countries are experiencing higher rates of both and the answer to reducing this phenomenon is the same: better nutrition. Twenty nations with stunting rates of more than 40 percent among children under-five have reaffirmed their commitments to develop national strategies to increase access to more nutritious foods. Read full article