# kids

The study shows that minority children are more likely to see ads for unhealthy foods
The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization urges restaurants to give out crayons that are 100-percent asbestos-free
Set your children up with healthy habits, starting in school
Just because it says "juice" on the label, it isn't necessarily all that healthy.
The Minions have invaded McDonald’s, and parents claim the Happy Meal toys are spewing some not-very-G-rated language

Our inner child is so excited about a Puff restaurant.

Get your kids involved in the kitchen with these easy and fun-to-follow recipes from They Draw & Cook
Does drawing fancy doodles on your kid’s lunch bag or making their sandwich into Pikachu makes you look like a show-off?
Butternut is a food literacy magazine for tots curious about where their tater tots (and other foods) come from
More and more parents are buying their kids realistic, high-end kitchen gadgets to make pretend cuisine