Do bad childhood habits develop into unhealthy adult conditions? Pediatrician and author Jennifer Trachtenberg says they do. The fact of the matter is that unhealthy lifestyle habits that plague us later in life develop from an early age. The good news is that these potentially debilitating conditions and precursors to adult diseases can be prevented or lessened by making some very simple lifestyle adjustments. "Good Kids, Bad Habits" provides kids and parents with the means to make a personalised program using the "BehaviorRater" test. Once a basic personalised program is created readers can use the RealAge metric to understand how certain healthy habits will benefit the child in later years. The rest of the book is organised by subject so parents can also jump right to the topic that interests them most, whether it's nutrition or the effects of sleep deprivation.