Some experts were concerned about the creation of unrealistic expectations, links with gender-based violence, and the potential for addiction. Others said education might help to offset these harms.
We asked five experts if there should be a nation-wide ban on junk food in schools. Four out of five said yes.
Every expert we asked talked about the importance of letting children take risks and explore in nature. But they also advised parents to supervise and set limits.
We asked five experts if coconut water is good for you. Four out of five experts said no.
We asked five experts if your mental state can affect how well you recover from illness and disease. Five out of five said yes.
We asked five experts if DNA testing was worthwhile. Four out of five said yes.
We asked five experts from various fields whether school uniforms should be compulsory. Four out of five said no.
We asked five experts if whitening is safe for teeth. They all said it is, so long as it's by a dentist.
We asked five experts if a daytime kip is OK. Four out of five said yes.
People under 18 can leave school, get a job, drive a car and pay taxes. Should they be allowed to vote too?
Five out of five experts agree running during pregnancy is OK.
Five out of five experts agreed not everyone needs eight hours of sleep.
Five experts were divided on whether or not we should choose the "light"dairy option.
Five out of five experts said we shouldn't reward kids with food. But for very different reasons.
All experts agreed there's nothing to worry about if you don't go every day.
If we don't get enough sleep, can we catch up later? Experts are divided.
Good news for cheese-lovers: all five experts said no.
All five experts said BMI is not ideal for determining the health of your weight.
Four out of five experts say we shouldn't ban mobile phones in classrooms.
If you haven't had kids you probably haven't given much thought to your pelvic floor muscles. But 5 out of 5 experts say all women should regularly exercise them.