If aliens landed on earth to observe us, how would they describe the typical human child?
Energy, and how we use it, is one of the most important issues of our time
Holidays are a time for relaxing and having fun, but it's really important to stay active and eat well
Trying to serve up a healthy, balanced diet for your family can be a challenge, particularly if you're short on time
Could wireless computer games help children increase their activity levels?
What do Australian children see as being important to their health and well being? A NSW study provides valuable insights
No one wants their children to get hurt but experts are now suggesting that not allowing them to play outside may be doing them harm
Teens who laze their summer holidays away may find their fitness is back at square one on the first day of school
Do you have trouble getting out of bed to go to school, particularly on Monday mornings?
Young people who are actively involved in planting and caring for vegetable crops are more likely to get a taste for fresh produce
What are the secrets to living a long and healthy life? You might be surprised
Is it possible that dreaming of exercising might be enough to improve your fitness?
Is the stereotypical image of 'tweens' and teens plugged into headphones and endlessly surfing the Internet or playing computer games based on fact?
Many children love video games, but what are the consequences of children spending a large amount of the time in front of a screen?
Did you know that too much television can make you sick?
To what extent does your environment have an impact on your family's health?
How often have you told your mum or dad that you have nothing to do? Getting to know your local area might mean you never have an excuse to be bored
Exercise is good for our bodies in so many ways
We need our lungs for breathing. So how do we look after our lungs to make sure they stay healthy as long as possible?
With growing numbers of young Australians overweight and obese, parents have a responsibility to protect the long-term health of their children
Science is finally a wake-up to something Mexicans have known for centuries; a siesta or 'power nap' is good for the brain
People at risk of heart disease can be detected as early as adolescence and possibly from infancy
Spending quality time with your kids has been shown to directly affect child obesity rates
So you're looking for a PE class that's more active than stretching but not as competitive as sport. Perhaps yoga might have something to offer
With fast food advertising during children's television viewing becoming increasingly controversial, does TV consumption influence diet?