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Food
11-01

Primary school meals in Stoke on Trent

11-01

Teaching healthful food choices to U.S. Elementary school students and their parents: The Nutrition Detectives™ program

11-01

The 'Food Dudes' scheme to encourage schoolchildren to eat more fruit and vegetables

11-01

Parents' and primary healthcare practitioners' perspectives on the safety of honey and other traditional paediatric healthcare approaches

11-01

Milder tasting bran offers huge potential for fortified bakery

10-12

Tree nut allergy, egg allergy, and asthma in children

10-12

Healthy eating and geography lesson plans

10-12

A quick guide to reviewing your school catering service

10-12

Using brand characters to promote young children's liking of and purchase requests for fruit.

10-12

Dietary sensitivities and ADHD symptoms: Thirty-five years of research

10-12

Dietary habits, economic status, academic performance and body mass index in Turkish school children

10-11

Dietitians and nutritionists who help schools can now sign up for bespoke training

10-11

An exploratory look at teacher perceptions of school food environment and wellness policies

10-11

The relationship between Flemish children's home food environment and dietary patterns in childhood and adolescence

10-11

Modeling the long term health outcomes and cost-effectiveness of two interventions promoting fruit and vegetable intake among schoolchildren in the Netherlands

10-11

Redesign the school canteen - U.S. researchers and child obesity

10-11

Short sleep duration and obesity among Australian children

10-11

Food allergies and birth date

10-10

Increasing fresh fruit and vegetable availability in a low-income neighborhood convenience store in California

10-10

A comparison of British school meals and packed lunches from 1990 to 2007

10-10

An exploratory look at teacher perceptions of school food environment and wellness policies

10-10

Effect of the nationwide free school fruit scheme in Norway

10-09

Differences in parental perceptions of the socio-emotional development of underweight, overweight, and typically weighted children in a low-income sample

10-09

Improvement in nutrition-related knowledge and behaviour of urban Asian Indian school children

10-09

Effects of a school-based intervention on adherence of 7–9-year-olds to food-based dietary guidelines and intake of nutrients

10-07

School dinners: a healthy choice?

10-07

Primary school meals in Warwickshire

10-07

320,980 more pupils taking school lunch

10-07

Importance of a balanced diet on the physical fitness level of schoolchildren aged 6-12

10-06

Parental child-feeding strategies in relation to Dutch children’s fruit and vegetable intake

10-06

The relationship of breakfast skipping and type of breakfast consumption with nutrient intake and weight status in U.S. children and adolescents

10-06

School and workplace meals in Finland promote healthy food habits

10-06

Parents disproportionately fear their children being abducted or killed in a road accident over the more likely threat to their health from childhood obesity

10-06

Primary School meals in East Sussex

10-06

Diet and asthma link researched

10-06

Distorted food pyramid in kids programmes: A content analysis of television advertising watched in Switzerland

10-06

Virtual Sam - online nutritionist from the FSA

10-06

Do probiotic yoghurts cut child illness?

10-06

Whole grain in German children's diet: intake, food sources and trends

10-05

Primary School Meals in... Perthshire

10-05

Diet outcomes of a pilot school-based randomised controlled obesity prevention study with 9--10 year olds in England

10-05

Food safety knowledge and behaviours of children

10-05

Identifying barriers to promoting healthy nutrition in New Zealand primary schools

10-05

Children's body mass index, participation in school meals, and observed energy intake at school meals

10-05

Primary School Meals in... Hampshire

10-05

66% of 10-11 year old girls report drinking less than a litre of (plain) water 'yesterday'

10-05

Ghent, meat free Mondays and livestock's long shadow

10-05

School Food Trust's eighth headteachers food panel survey

10-03

Eating vegetables first: the use of portion size to increase vegetable intake in preschool children

10-03

A novel school-based intervention to improve nutrition knowledge in children

10-03

Recipes

10-03

Lunchbox menus for 5-8 year olds

10-03

Trends in snacking among U.S. children

10-03

Influences on child fruit and vegetable intake

10-03

Fruit intake in Norwegian schoolchildren

10-03

Pattern of intake of food additives associated with hyperactivity in Irish children and teenagers

10-02

Effects of switching from whole to low-fat/fat-free milk in New York city public schools

10-02

Healthier options for U.S public schoolchildren program improves weight and blood pressure in 6- to 13-year-olds

10-02

Preventing obesity and being overweight in children by focusing health promotion activities towards grandparents providing childcare

10-02

Peanut allergy therapy tested

10-02

How to promote fruit consumption in children: visual appeal versus restriction

10-02

Grants towards half the cost of a set of high quality cooking equipment for primary schools

10-02

Should avoidance of foods be strict in prevention and treatment of food allergy?

10-02

A Tale of Two ObesCities - report comparing responses to childhood obesity in London and New York City (1Mb pdf)

10-02

Healthier primary school lunches

10-01

A cross sectional survey of children’s packed lunches in the UK: food and nutrient based results

10-01

Links between eating behavior and maternal feeding practices with childhood and maternal weight status

10-01

Offering choice and its effect on Dutch children's liking and consumption of vegetables

10-01

Milk: semi-skimmed milk and lower fat milk

10-01

Rickets and the range of risk factors for vitamin D insufficiency and deficiency

10-01

Healthy School Lunches - resources from the U.S.

10-01

Book - 'Living vegetarian for dummies'

10-01

Packed lunches - Always a need to produce practical educational material on how to prepare a nutritionally balanced packed lunch

10-01

...any rise in the price for school meals is likely to see a fall in the number of pupils buying them.'

09-12

Family mealtimes

09-12

The impact of removing snacks of low nutritional value from U.S. middle schools

09-12

A healthy nutrition programme with child 'Cub Scouts' in Italy

09-12

Associations between food consumption patterns and sleeping habits among 10--11-year-old children in Finland

09-12

Are children who drink full-fat milk less likely to become overweight?

09-12

Grandmothers' involvement in preschool-aged children's consumption of fruits and vegetables

09-11

Which report

09-11

Snacking patterns according to location among Northern Ireland children

09-11

Impact of milk consumption on performance and health of primary school children in rural Vietnam

09-11

Weight, dietary patterns and exercise habits in first-year Spanish primary school children

09-11

Survey of daily caffeine intakes from Korean children's beverage consumption and the effectiveness of nutrition education

09-11

From policy to plate: Barriers to implementing healthy eating policies in primary schools in Wales

09-11

'Healthy' snacks loaded with sugar or salt '

09-11

Exploring pre-operational and concrete operational children's thinking on nutrition

09-10

FSA Mission: Possible!, a pilot scheme aimed at teaching food hygiene messages to children aged 8 to 10 (key stage 2).

09-10

Free school meals in Newham sees take-up exceed 75%

09-10

Breakfast eating habits

09-10

Adherence to food-based dietary guidelines and evaluation of nutrient intake in 7-year-old Icelandic children.

09-10

Risk factors of simple obesity in primary and middle school students in Xuzhou city

09-09

Improving Fruit and Vegetable Intake Among Children: A Review of Interventions Utilizing the Social Cognitive Theory (pdf)

09-09

Maternal influences on fruit and vegetable consumption of schoolchildren: case study in Hong Kong

09-09

Changes in food and nutrient intake of 6- to 17-year-old Germans between the 1980s and 2006.

09-09

Mothers' views on portion sizes for children

09-09

Free school meal trial begins for primary school children

09-09

The Switch® program - helps children live healthier lives and could be a new tool in the fight against childhood obesity

09-09

Young children's dietary habits and associations with the mothers' nutritional knowledge and attitudes

09-09

Relationship between parental feeding styles and eating behaviours of Dutch children aged 6--7

09-09

Assessment of fruit and vegetable preferences in a group of school children in grades 1 and 5

09-09

Young people : attitudes to food choices and weight control

09-08

Perceived parental food controlling practices are related to obesogenic or leptogenic (promoting leanness) child life style behaviors

09-08

Organic food compared with conventionally produced food

09-08

Overweight children are more easily led by food advertising and branding

09-08

A guide to introducing the Government's food-based and nutrient-based standards for school lunches

09-08

Is popcorn good for you?

09-08

No significant difference between 'fresh' and frozen food'

09-08

British Food Fortnight

09-08

Frozen foods - Use and nutritional acceptability in primary school lunch provision

09-08

Food allergies

09-07

Fruit Juice 'Facts'

09-07

Fresh produce yields good behaviour in Liverpool

09-07

Diets high in calcium and dairy products in childhood may lower mortality

09-07

Supermarket salads' nutrition

09-07

School lunch and learning behaviour in primary schools: an intervention study

09-07

School lunch and learning behaviour in primary schools: baseline dietary data

09-07

'Wren's Nest' transforming school meal service

09-06

Kent children invited to create fruit and veg masterpiece

09-06

Should dairy be recommended as part of a healthy vegetarian diet? - Yes

09-06

Should dairy be recommended as part of a healthy vegetarian diet? - No

09-06

Diet and the environment: does what you eat matter?

09-06

The importance of brands in the lunch-box choices of low-income British school children

09-06

'Simple cooking - cold food that tastes great' - free cookbook

09-05

U.S. schools and obesity prevention: creating school environments and policies to promote healthy eating and physical activity

09-05

Lettuce gets a healthy suntan

09-05

The popular belief that healthy eating starts at home and that parents' dietary choices help children establish their nutritional beliefs and behaviors may need rethinking

09-05

School breakfast programme (but not school lunch programme) participation is associated with lower body mass index

09-04

Fast food and soft drinks may be making children fatter but they also make them happy

09-04

Teaching tools - Resources developed to help teachers enable young people to learn how to choose, cook and eat safe healthy food

09-04

The Children's Food Festival 2009

09-03

Annabel Karmel website for food and nutrition for children 4-10 yrs old

09-03

Active kids get cooking

09-03

Pushing child to 'clean his plate' can backfire, study warns

09-03

British Nutrition Foundation Education News

09-03

Food for Life Partnership in your region

09-03

Children in poor families are entitled to free school meals — but do they get them? Figures from The Guardian suggest they don't.

09-03

The U.S. school food environment, children's diets, and obesity

09-02

Food for thought: Why haven't school dinners got any better?

09-02

Healthy school meals and educational outcomes

09-02

Trends - Young People and Food Choices

09-02

Licence to cook

09-02

School Food Trust Newsletter

09-02

Lunchbox advice from the BBC

09-01

Myfoodspace' is an interactive DVD-ROM developed to help teachers engage young people (9-11 years) in learning about food labelling

09-01

Calories from homecooked recipes increase over time

09-01

...the composition of early childhood diet may have a direct lifelong impact on genes that control metabolism and obesity risk.'

08-12

The U.S. Corner Store Project and healthier food choices

08-12

A pan-European campaign to tackle child and adolescent obesity

08-12

A new online game to help young people understand the serious effects of eating junk food

08-12

'All salted?' Reducing salt intake in young parents and their children

08-12

Soft drinks and 'desire to drink' in preschoolers

08-12

Greener neighborhoods may reduce childhood obesity

08-12

Automated phone calls and nutrition tips to families with obese children

08-12

Packed lunches from 'Primary Teachers'

08-11

Eating less meat may be the key to keeping a healthy weight

08-11

Addressing Government targets in Northern Ireland with healthy lunchboxes

08-11

Evaluation of the free school meals trial for P1-P3 pupils in Scotland

08-11

Parents' perceptions of food availability: implications for childhood obesity

08-11

Meat consumption and prospective weight change

08-11

Reading can help obese children lose weight

08-11

Marketing strategies in US found to influence children's perception of taste

08-11

Does eating a good US school lunch make pupils smarter?

08-11

In Australia more than four in 10 parents with underweight and overweight children mistakenly believe their children are in the average weight range

08-11

Third annual survey of take-up of school meals in England

08-11

Does chocolate reduce blood pressure?

08-11

Free cookbook "Cooking with kids at home"

08-11

Five-year-olds who eat breakfast are less likely to be obese, study finds

08-11

How did they get US children to eat more fruits and vegetables at school?

99-04

Breakfast and learning in children : symposium proceedings

98-09

The Relationship of School Breakfast to Psychosocial and Academic Functioning

89-10

School breakfast program and school performance

84-11

One of the earliest studies [1931] into the effects of breakfast on school behaviour and learning …

Education, Food
08-06

Systematic review of school-based interventions that focus on changing dietary intake and physical activity levels to prevent childhood obesity

03-06

Pathways: a school-based, randomized controlled trial for the prevention of obesity in American Indian schoolchildren

01-11

Randomised controlled trial of primary school-based intervention to reduce risk factors for obesity

01-11

Evaluation of implementation and effect of primary school-based intervention to reduce risk factors for obesity

Drugs
22-11

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18-11

Cost-effectiveness of a complex intervention to reduce children’s exposure to second-hand smoke in the home

18-10

Very early drinking: Event history models predicting alcohol use initiation from age 4 to 11 years

18-09

Parental drinking and characteristics of family life as predictors of preschoolers' alcohol-related knowledge and norms

18-08

Children’s propensity to consume sugar and fat predicts regular alcohol consumption in adolescence

18-04

Observed smoking and tobacco pack display in Australian outdoor cafés 2 years after implementation of plain packaging

17-08

Providing Antismoking Socialization to Children After Quitting Smoking: Does It Help Parents Stay Quit?

17-08

Smokers who have children with asthma: Perceptions about child secondhand smoke exposure and tobacco use initiation and parental willingness to participate in child-focused tobacco interventions

17-07

Effectiveness of government anti-smoking policy on non-smoking youth in Korea

17-06

Maternal alcohol disorders and school achievement: a population cohort record linkage study in Western Australia

17-05

A randomised controlled trial of a complex intervention to reduce children’s exposure to secondhand smoke in the home

17-01

Using e-cigarettes in the home to reduce smoking and secondhand smoke: disadvantaged parents' accounts

16-11

A third of children hospitalised with asthma 'exposed to cigarette smoke'

16-09

Childhood cognitive ability and smoking initiation, relapse and cessation throughout adulthood

16-07

Reducing Children’s Susceptibility to Alcohol Use: Effects of a Home-Based Parenting Program

16-07

The association between passive and active tobacco smoke exposure and child weight status among Spanish children

16-06

Social disparities in parental smoking and young children’s exposure to secondhand smoke at home

16-02

Shifting patterns of variance in adolescent alcohol use: Testing consumption as a developing trait-state

16-02

Assessment of the knowledge and attitudes of preliminary school students toward smoking in Baghdad

16-02

The Transition from Primary to Secondary School as Stressful Life Event Provoking Risky Dinking Behaviors

15-12

A community-wide school health project for the promotion of smoke-free homes

Drugs, Education
17-02

Qualitative process evaluation of an Australian alcohol media literacy study: recommendations for designing culturally responsive school-based programs

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