Kids Who Are Picky Eaters Might Develop Depression, Anxiety
A study published in the journal Pediatrics suggests children with a high aversion to certain foods might develop mood disorders later in life.By Katie Link | August 3, 2015
Remember the days of demanding macaroni and cheese? Only eating pizza? Insisting on hot dogs for dinner — every single night?
Our parents called us "stubborn." But today's parents might have another thing to watch for when it comes to feeding picky eaters.
According to a study published in the journal Pediatrics, young kids who show extreme aversion to some foods are more likely develop anxiety disorders.