Our new podcast provides evidence-based advice, tips, tools, and interviews with experts to help your family develop healthy home routines! Each week, families will learn about new research findings related to family health and parenting.
Our family decided to participate in the Guelph Family Health Study because we are interested in becoming a healthier family. We figured being involved in this study would show us how we can improve our children’s health.
We are currently enrolling families who have at least one child between the ages of 18 months and 5 years and live in Guelph and the surrounding area. We are interested in learning about the whole family.
For the Guelph Family Health Study’s 7th birthday, our team came together to celebrate and our students shared short presentations about their research. Watch the videos below:
News & Events
Packing lunches that kids will actually eat can be a daily challenge for many parents, but a University of Guelph family health researcher says the key is to get children involved – and yes, that includes the little ones. Read the full article here: https://news.uoguelph.ca/2021/09/school-lunches-u-of-g-researcher-reveals-ways-to-make-them-more-appetizing-to-kids/
The pandemic changed a lot of our routines around food, but researchers have the scoop on which new habits should stick around. And no, we don’t just mean sourdough! Read the full article here: https://www.todaysparent.com/sponsored/gfhs-pandemic-eating-habits/
Expert advice to get your kids to put down the devices — and avoid family fights while doing it. Read the full article here: https://www.cbc.ca/documentaries/the-nature-of-things/top-tips-for-managing-your-kids-screen-time-1.5788077 Also, you can learn about the latest research to understand how screens affect children’s development, learning abilities and mental health in a new documentary from The Nature of Things. We…