This Viewpoint proposes the option of replacing the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children fruit juice supplements with fresh fruits and vegetables.
This study examines the effect of water jets on standardized body mass index, overweight, and obesity in elementary school and middle school students enrolled in public schools in New York City.
This meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials investigates the efficacy of synbiotics in the prevention and treatment of atopic dermatitis in children.
This cluster-randomized controlled trial with matched program pairs tested the effectiveness of the Out of School Nutrition and Physical Activity (OSNAP) Initiative in increasing children’s physical activity levels in existing after-school programs.
This longitudinal study examines the impact of the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act on the nutritional quality of meals selected by students and school lunch participation rates.
This cross-sectional study examines newborn size by gestational age to investigate similarities and differences in risk factors for stunting and wasting.
This randomized clinical trial reports that behavioral and nutritional treatment may be efficacious as a nutritional intervention for children aged 2 to 6 years with cystic fibrosis and pancreatic insufficiency. Sockrider provides a related editorial.
This cross-sectional study found population-level improvements in the prevalence of childhood overweight/obesity among fifth-grade students in California that coincided with the period following statewide competitive food and beverage standards implementation (2005-2010).
This report summarizes the workshop presentations and discussion, including identification of high-priority topics for further research.
This observational study showed that school lunches brought from home were of lower nutritional quality than current National School Lunch Program guidelines.
This quasi-experimental study found that a Breakfast in the Classroom program can increase school breakfast participation and has the potential to improve school attendance rates.
This special communication identifies 10 urgent priorities for the health and health care of US children.