LeapFrog Brings iPad Technology to the Preschool Crowd

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Researchers estimate kids ages 8 to 18 spend almost every hour they are not eating, sleeping or attending school with cells phones, computers, televisions and other electronic devices.
You realize what this mean...
Remember LeapPad from the '90s? Welcome to the next generation.

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Product Recall: Learn-Around Playground Activity Center

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The 'pumping project' shares working mama stories and photos

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