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Swine flu is making headlines all over the world. It's also making lots of people worried about what might happen next. So what is the truth about swine flu? We answer the questions real kids want to know most.
Making these eggs takes about as long as long and is as easy to make as a piece of toast! Don’t believe us? Try it and see for yourself!
Why’s this skinny green veggie so good for you? There are a few reasons…
You’re off school and outside, running around and being active. The last thing you need is to eat a whole bunch of unhealthy, heavy foods that will drag you down instead of giving you the energy you need.
The Food Guide Pyramid is one way for people to understand how to eat healthy. A rainbow of colored, vertical stripes represents the five food groups plus fats and oils. Find out more about eating healthy and the food guide pyramid!
Playing video games and watching TV may be fun. But too much of anything can take a toll on both your physical and mental health. Of course, you know that exercise can keep your fit. But did you know that exercise can improve your mood as well?
Even though bikes these days are becoming more and more high-tech and come with cool gadgets and gears, they still aren’t equipped with turning signals and brake lights like cars. So, besides always wearing a helmet, it’s important you know the right
Having a sore throat can be a pretty uncomfortable situation – while it shouldn’t take long to clear up, there are some things you can do to soothe your throat and make yourself feel a whole lot better.
We’ve all heard them – or even used them – before. Sayings like: “I’ve got butterflies in my stomach,” “It’s nothing to sneeze at,” and “She’s feeling under the weather.” But why do we say these things and where did these health-re
You may think of coffee as being an adult-only drink, but lots of kids may start drinking it or want to try it at an early age. The question is, is coffee good for kids? How old should you be if you want to try or start drinking coffee?
Are you worried about your weight? Do you think you should weigh more or less than you already should? Feel like you’re too skinny or not skinny enough? Read the information and tips below to find out more about what a healthy weight means for you.
Go head-over-hells for this yummy, upside-down cake!
A pizza vending machine that can make the classic dish from scratch in three minutes has been launched in Italy.
Scleroderma is a disease that affects 20 out of every 100,000 people, and is a hardening of the skin and/or internal organs. The exact cause of this disease isn’t known, but experts say it’s linked to the overproduction of collagen in the body.
Lots of kids – and people in general – are allergic to peanuts. But one group of kids with peanut allergies seem to have been cured after doctors tried out a new treatment on them.
Every year, Canadians celebrate Family Literacy Day on January 27. It was created by ABC CANADA Literacy Foundation with partner Honda Canada in 1999 to promote the importance of reading and learning together as a family all year round.
National Non-Smoking Week (January 20 - 26) was started about 30 years ago in Canada by the Canadian Council for Tobacco Control.
Learn about Alzheimer’s disease and what you can do to help.
Now that you're back in school and packing lunches every day... well, what are you packing for lunch? Kidzworld takes a close look into your school lunch bag.
With text messaging and video game-playing on the rise, more and more kids and teens are getting afflicted with carpal tunnel syndrome.