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Studies have shown good nutrition, hydration and proper sleep play a huge role in academic success for your child. Mary Pat Turon-Findley is a clinical dietician at Cincinnati Children’s and shares some important tips for parents at Fox19.com.

Summer squash are a subset of squashes that are harvested when immature, while the rind is still tender and edible. Nearly all summer squash are varieties of Cucurbita pepo, though not all Cucurbita pepo are considered summer squashes. The subset › Continue Reading

“The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge.” –Thomas Berger A little more than three years ago, we started asking better questions in the Pediatric Primary Care Center (PPCC) to screen our infant patients and › Continue Reading

Each week this summer, we are spotlighting a vegetable and sharing some recipes from Pinterest that we hope will inspire you to either try the food for the first time or prepare it in a fun new way. Today’s spotlight › Continue Reading

Each week this summer, we are spotlighting a vegetable and sharing some recipes from Pinterest that we hope will inspire you to either try the food for the first time or prepare it in a fun new way. Today’s spotlight vegetable is the › Continue Reading

Each week this summer, we are spotlighting a vegetable and sharing some recipes from Pinterest that we hope will inspire you to either try the food for the first time or prepare it in a fun new way. Today’s spotlight vegetable is KALE. › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center studied 365 breastfed infants between six months and one year of age in Cincinnati, Shanghai and Mexico City. Less than 28 percent of highly breastfed Cincinnati infants received diverse diets, considerably fewer infants than in › Continue Reading

One of the best ways to jump-start a successful school day is to provide children with a nutritious morning meal, according to an expert from Cincinnati Children’s. Debby Boutwell, a clinical dietitian in the division of nutrition therapy at Cincinnati › Continue Reading

A new Cincinnati Children’s study indicates that children in day care are not getting the nutrition they need from daily snacks. The study, published online in the journal Childhood Obesity, is the first of its kind to compare meals to › Continue Reading