Whether people make a choice to have children or are taken by surprise by a pregnancy, the questions that run through prospective parents' heads are generally the same: what will we name it? Will it be a boy or a girl? Can we find daycare?
In This Series
More and more educators see the need for food-literate youngsters. First in a new series.
French kids eat like adults, and learn about food in the classroom. Should ours? Second in a series.
A new coalition thinks we do, but with every province already covering school food, is it necessary?
Educators wage a veggie-roots campaign to put industrial agriculture in context, one school plot at a time. Third in a series.
Due to industry lobbying, it may be more about marketing than nutrition. Part of a series.
Thin isn't the same as healthy, warns an academic and an eating disorder survivor. Part of a series.
Turning the tables on unchecked food industry advertising means using some of the same tactics.
Given support to explore on their own, some take food literacy to the next level. Last in a series.