Improve “healthy vs. unhealthy” education at school & home with the new Preschool Toolkit!

Top Choking Hazards for Toddlers & Babies + How to Prevent Choking

June 2022

Last reviewed: October 2022

Author:

Jennifer Anderson, MSPH, RDN

Coauthors:

Erinn Jacobi, M.S. OTR/L

about us

About Kids Eat in Color

Created by experts, Kids Eat in Color is the leading resource for families seeking evidence-based information and strategies on child nutrition and feeding.

Author:

Jennifer Anderson, MSPH, RDN

Coauthors:

Erinn Jacobi, M.S. OTR/L

about us

About Kids Eat in Color

Created by experts, Kids Eat in Color is the leading resource for families seeking evidence-based information and strategies on child nutrition and feeding.

Jennifer Anderson, MSPH, RDN

Jennifer Anderson, MSPH, RDN

Jennifer Anderson is a registered dietitian and has a masters of science in public health from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. In 2019, she founded Kids Eat in Color®, a public health resource that improves child and family nutrition and mental health. Prior to starting Kids Eat in Color® she coordinated youth nutrition programs at a food bank, performed research in inner-city food deserts, and consulted for the USDA national office SNAP-Ed program. Her academic background is in public health nutrition, cultural anthropology, and economics.

Related articles

Child Health & Weight Toolkit for Parents
Child Health & Weight Toolkit for Parents
Learn More
Is Ozempic Safe for Kids? A Comprehensive Guide for Parents
Is Ozempic Safe for Kids? A Comprehensive Guide for Parents
Learn More
5 Ways to Focus on Your Child’s Health Instead of Their Weight
5 Ways to Focus on Your Child’s Health Instead of Their Weight
Learn More