Research Reveals: Toddlers & Preschoolers
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Open wide, little one! Credit: Getty It may seem painfully obvious, but a new study shows preventative dental care for kids and regular...Researchers say you're never too young for dental hygiene.
Although safety standards continue to improve, crib injuries occur at alarming rates. Credit: Getty Cribs, playpens and bassinets are s...Although safety standards continue to improve, crib injuries occur at alarming rates.
Study shows labeling laws didn't change how kids eat. Credit: Emmanuel Dunand, AFP/Getty Images "Merciful heavens, ...How many calories are in that burger? Oh, well. I already paid for it.
Child acting up? Timeout may be the best course of discipline. Credit: Getty The next question, class, is multiple choice. Would y...No one expects (or needs) the Spanish Inquisition. Timeouts work just fine.
Teaching your child a second language, such as Spanish, at an early age can improve her cognitive abilities. Credit: Getty Parlez-vous ...Speaking a second language gives toddlers some cognitive advantages.
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