Updated September 13, 2015 It is a century old debate—one that began in 1899. A couple of professors and two representatives from butter associations appeared before Congress to complain about a bill that would prohibit them from coloring their butter... more
Galactosemia is a rare metabolic disorder passed through genes from parents to their children. Galactosemia occurs in approximately 1 in 60,000 births in the United States (U.S.). Children with galactosemia are unable to breakdown (metabolize) galactose, a simple sugar. Galactose... more
For decades now, sugar-laden holidays have been a source of celebration and consternation. Parents and grandparents alike happily satisfy a child’s sweet tooth with birthday cakes, Christmas cookies, and Halloween candies, and then brace themselves for the ensuing “sugar high.”... more
Updated December 2, 2015 For many American parents, the confirmation of a pregnancy has meant a shift in attention to preparing a room for baby. Until recently, this often meant purchasing an entire ensemble—crib, changing table, rocking chair—and deciding the... more
It’s no wonder that immunizations are at the top of the “Ten Great Public Health Achievements in the 20th Century” list. Thanks to the development of these immune-boosting medications, most U.S. parents today and their children have never experienced illnesses... more
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