The holidays are often as wonderful as they are stressful not only for parents, but for kids as well. It can be easy to skip meals, eat too many treats, and loaf around. University of Rochester Medical Center eating disorders and childhood obesity experts, alike, say we should be careful not to lose our healthy eating habits.

"Focus on being with family, friends and loved ones, rather than 'what's to eat, '" said Richard E. Kreipe, MD, professor of the pediatrics in the Division of Adolescent Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at Golisano Children's Hospital at Strong and an eating disorders expert. Model healthy eating and promote family activities to ensure a happy and healthy holiday environment for kids and their families.


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