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Children Could Benefit from Medical Research, Study Says

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You read about all these studies and research projects on ParentDish. Have you ever thought to yourself, "Gee, I wish scientists from Pennbrook University would do medical research on my child"?
Most parents ove...
Many parents are unaware of the benefits of their children participating in research.

Kids are Like Scientists, and Not Just Mad Ones

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"Experiment. Make it your motto day and night. Experiment. And it will lead you to the light." -- Cole Porter
We commonly refer to something simple as mere child's play. However, researchers at the Massachuse...
Researchers say child's play really quite complicated scientific experiments.

Baby Einstein Videos 'Like Crack for Babies', but Kids Don't Learn From Them

Baby Einstein videos are not all they're cracked up to be. Credit: Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
Though hailed as a wonder drug of sorts by devoted parents, Baby Einstein and other educational DVDs may more accurately be, as one mother describe...
Though hailed as a wonder drug of sorts by devoted parents, Baby Einstein and other educational DVDs may more accurately be, as one mother describes them, "like crack" for your baby.

Short Doctors More Likely to Push Growth Hormone on Kids

Your child might be growing, but maybe not enough for her doctor. Credit: Getty Images
Your pediatrician says your child needs growth hormones. Hold the phone. How tall is your pediatrician? Can he play handball against the curb? Did he ...

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