Ask Oz: Mom Edition

Dr. Oz answers your biggest health questions when it comes to your child’s health.

Ask Oz: Mom Edition

Is your child a picky eater? Or struggling when he or she goes to the bathroom? Dr. Oz is taking questions from everyday moms just like you and providing simple solutions to keep your children happy and healthy!

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“How much sleep do my kids really need?”

\u201cHow much sleep do my kids really need?\u201d

The most recent sleep guidelines published by The National Sleep Foundation recommend the following:

Toddlers (1 to 2 years): 11-14 hours

Preschoolers (3 to 5 years): 10-13 hours

School-age children up to preteen (6 to 13 years): 9-11 hours

Teens (14 to 17 years): 8-10 hours

These might fluctuate a little from day to day, but they’re a good gauge for what’s healthy for your child’s growth and development. Remember, not getting enough sleep can have serious consequences for kids' ability to learn and develop, and can put them at risk for a variety of diseases like obesity and diabetes later in life.

Is This the Key to Ultimate Hydration?

See how electrolytes work in your body.

Is This the Key to Ultimate Hydration?

Whether you're trying to stay hydrated for your workout routine or rehabilitation, recovery and hydration is so important to keeping your body performing like it should. So how do you make sure that happens? You need electrolytes — the minerals that give electrical power to your body. What the video below to see how they get to work inside your body and how you seamlessly add them to your day.

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