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When It Comes to a Growing Child, the Brain Comes First
Young children grow much more slowly than other mammals because their developing brains require so much energy to prepare for the challenges of later life, a new study contends.

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Kale Salad with Olives, Chia Croutons and Creamy Lemon-Rosemary Dressing
Adding bioavailable nutrients to your greens alongside healthy fats boosts the overall power of your daily greens practice. The oil from this salad dressing helps your body absorb all of these fat-soluble nutrients, and the Osteo Calm adds a boost of essential health-promoting nutrients like magnesium, calcium, vitamins A, C, K and B. And, of course, it tastes great!

Health Tip: Help Prevent Foodborne Illness
Keeping your hands, utensils, food and work station clean are among the best ways to prevent foodborne illness.

What Parents Need to Know About Sports Participation
Sports are an important part of school for many youngsters, and proper preparation is essential for reducing their risk of injury, an expert says.

With Kids in School, Parents Can Work Out
Back-to-school time provides an opportunity for parents to develop an exercise plan that fits into the family schedules, an expert suggests.