Health and Parenting
Reviewed by Hansa
Bhargava, MD on
December 27, 2017
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Academy of Nutritionists and Dietetics: “Helpful Tips for Healthy Holiday Parties,” “Tips for a Healthy Halloween Party,” “Kids and Portion Control,” “Have a Fun and Healthier Birthday Party.”
Indiana University Health: “Which is worse: Ballpark foods.”
American Academy of Pediatrics: “AHA: Limit children’s sugar consumption to 6 teaspoons per day.”
CDC: “Holiday Health and Safety Tips.”
National Sleep Foundation: “Sleep for Kids: The Sleep Of America's Children.”
USDA: “Basic Report: 09218, Tangerines, (mandarin oranges), raw.”
Harvard University: “Natural and Added Sugars: Two Sides of the Same Coin.”
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