Tag: children

Happy Meal Marketing is Actually a Crime

We covered the San Francisco Happy Meal toy ban from beginning to end and then some, delving into a couple of different angles and topics. But one thing we didn’t spend a lot of time looking at was the strictly legal precedence for the ban, the legal details. Well, we aren’t lawyers, so it’s not a big surprise, but I recently read a cool, interesting, easy-to-read post on this topic (written by a lawyer) and thought it not only warranted but required a quick share.

Nourish – A Food Literacy Curriculum for Middle Schools

WorldLink and the Center for Ecoliteracy have teamed up to produce Nourish, a middle school curriculum that teaches food literacy. Through a series of videos, guides, learning activities, and action projects, Nourish seeks to answer the questions β€œWhat’s the story of my food? Where did it come from and how did it get to me?”

An Apple a Day is NOT Enough

In a time when more Americans come up short on fruit and vegetable intake than ever, I think everyone needs to see this video!

Nutritional Support for ADHD

It is estimated that 3 to 7 percent of American children suffer form Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). That adds up to over 2 million kids, one in every class [ … ]

Caffeine for Kids…Say What?

Um. Look I don’t want to be an alarmist or anything. But. Um. See, I’ve got kids? And, see…they’re kind of…energetic enough? I mean really, truly. Spend five seconds in [ … ]